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Thread: Overclock p4 1.7Ghz




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    Helo ppl...!i want to overclock a pentium 4 1.7Ghz with a motherboard p4vxasd2 but i think it is bloked..! i canīt move fsb and vcore..!but the multiplier is on 17x and i can move it to 24x and bios say Speed Processor-->2,4Ghz....! but when i start windows...the processor is in 1,7 Ghz...! :(

    characteristics--> intel p4 1,7Ghz,384 sdram pc133,60Gg,motherboard p4vxads2...bios is Amibios

    Some one help me!!
    I'm Portuguese!
    tks[]..and good work with forum! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sir_virciado
    Helo ppl...!i want to overclock a pentium 4 1.7Ghz with a motherboard p4vxasd2 but i think it is bloked..! i canīt move fsb and vcore..!but the multiplier is on 17x and i can move it to 24x and bios say Speed Processor-->2,4Ghz....! but when i start windows...the processor is in 1,7 Ghz...! :(

    characteristics--> intel p4 1,7Ghz,384 sdram pc133,60Gg,motherboard p4vxads2...bios is Amibios

    Some one help me!!
    I'm Portuguese!
    tks[]..and good work with forum! :)
    1.7???....sounds like a celeron,anyway the multiplier on intel chips is locked(or should be), so the only way to o/c them is by the fsb. Sadly, the old celeron's were not a good choice to overclock because they would heat up. Don't know why it showed you the multiplier going to 24.....cuz i haven't seen an intel chip able to do that.........i'll do a "google " search on your mobo and have a look see .....later
    "newb alert..."

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    Is that an Intel made mobo? If so, it will not be able to OC

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    That mobo is made by ECS who is an OEM manufacturer so if any overclockin' is available it won't be very good but a lot of these mobo's won't overclock at all. Your SDRAM configuration with that mobo is already stranglin' the CPU anyway.

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