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Thread: Overclocking on a P4vmm2




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    Hi, I have a cheap mobo. It's an ECS P4VMM2 Pcb 7.3. I have a Pentium 4 1.8A Ghz now overclocked @ 2.4 ghz 533 Fsb. Is there any way that I could still Overclock my cpu because this board only offers 400 and 533 FSB? And my PCI Is running @ 44 Mhz. Is this Bad???? But I haven't experience any hangups or crashes. Any help out there?

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    44mhz PCI is liable to screw many things up, data corruption and so on

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    With what ya already have think ya self lucky but anymore with that setup is very likely to cause ya grief as around 38-40MHz on the PCI bus will usually cause components hangin' off it to fail.

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