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Thread: Intel Motherboard Overclock Help Please




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    I have an Intel D845GEBV2 motherboard running a 2.53 P4. I would like very much to overclock this system (or attempt to) but it is Intel and they have no overclocking features built into the motherboard. Does anyone have any experience overclocking intel boards or this particular board? Does anyone have any suggestions about how to overclock it...ie software....


    Thanks alot in advance

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    Theres a utility Intel made, although I do not know how well it works. Look on there website

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    Can't.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    Theres a utility Intel made, although I do not know how well it works. Look on there website
    As I've already stated in this thread.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    That software only works with D865PERL & D875PBZ Intel boards. :rolleyes2
    chris_rachal there is a program called SoftFSB that may give ya a limited overclock though a little homework will be required but ideally if ya want to overclock properly then get a mobo with a BIOS that has everything that ya need to do the job.

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    You could enable the Burn-In feature (if your board has it) and that OC's everything by a measly 4%

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