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    You'd be best to leave the PCI and AGP busses at 33MHz and 66MHz, respectively. PCI devices stop playing nice when you get around 40MHz. There is no benefit to OCing the PCI bus, unless having some of your devices stop working is considered a benefit.

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    Dear Morgan ,

    Well I left the PCI and AGP just the same , but the problem that I cant increase the FSB more than 207 ?
    when ever I hit the 208 my system go for Blue screen ..!!
    should i Increase the CPu voltage more than 1.6 ?
    is 1.7 should help ?
    I see that some people achieved very good results.. some people hit the 280 FSB (WAY OUT44)
    why cant I since I have one of the most advanced hardware ?
    WAY OUT could You explain a liitle how did yo achieve that ?
    what is your current CPU core voltage ?
    :?:

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    Due to the 2.4c @ 3.4 it can kill a 3.06 because of the fsb difference and clock speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Engineer
    any way ..
    I have changed my CPU and get one 3.2 with HT and 800 fsb ..
    but that was very bad i wish i could replace again with my old 3.06 ..
    because i cant overclock it.. this is a very bad CPU , the maximum FSB i reached is 207 which means 3.312 Ghz , when ever i try to reach more My system crush down with that ugly blue screen ..even if i increase the core voltage or AG , PCI voltage .. I tried every thing with no benefit..
    I reached 3.6 with that 3.06 533FSB CPU .. ..

    so I think some people here should chnge thier mind regarding 3.06 ..
    Well im currently running my 3.2C at 3.54 on air......you must have poor airflow or something. Maybe you got a bad overclocking chip. Most people will agree that some chips will perform better when overclocked than others. Maybe power is your problem?
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    Dear legolas

    Well for cooling and Air flow I have a special acrylic case with three FANS
    and aslo GIGABYTE 3D-cooler Pro , and the board hsa extra 2 fan one for northbridg and one on the DPS2 card that included ..!!

    anf for the power supply I have power supply with 300 w isn't that enough ?

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    Its entirely possible that that 300W PSU is holding ya back but so long as you stay under 1.7v on the core you'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Engineer
    Dear way out ..
    well what you have mentioned is theoratically right but as you know there is a practical limitation actually as i told you i exchanged my 3.06 to 3.2 800 fsb but the suprise is that there is a very slight differince in performance due to DR.Hardware 2004 ..!!
    Man theres some idiots here.

    The 2.4C does outperform a 3.06B, they're both HT enabled, but the 2.4 is on a 200mhz QDR bus, whilst the 3.06 is only on a 133 QDR bus. Than the 2.4C at 3.4Ghz just all out murders a 3.06 as its at a 283 QDR bus.

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    In a situation like yours, 300w psu especially if it's a cheap one is askin for trouble. If I am not mistaken, I believe the 800fsb ht p4's use about 10 watts more than a 533fsb ht p4 and 25 watts more than a 533fsb non ht p4(at stock speeds). In general, ocing can become difficult without enough power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maximus7001
    In a situation like yours, 300w psu especially if it's a cheap one is askin for trouble. If I am not mistaken, I believe the 800fsb ht p4's use about 10 watts more than a 533fsb ht p4 and 25 watts more than a 533fsb non ht p4(at stock speeds). In general, ocing can become difficult without enough power.
    I'll second that it is probably the PSU is your problem here.

    Get at least a 430W Antec...

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    Getting a better PSU and possibly upping your ram voltage to maybe 2.73 might help.

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