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Thread: need help on overall overclocking




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    OS Name Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
    Version 5.0.2195 Service Pack 4 Build 2195
    OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
    System Name SHANE
    System Manufacturer MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD
    System Model KM266-8235
    System Type X86-based PC
    Processor x86 Family 6 Model 4 Stepping 4 AuthenticAMD ~1300 Mhz<duron?>
    BIOS Version Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG
    Windows Directory C:\WINNT
    Locale United States
    Time Zone Eastern Daylight Time
    Total Physical Memory 523,760 KB
    Available Physical Memory 341,068 KB
    Total Virtual Memory 1,801,524 KB
    Available Virtual Memory 1,442,384 KB
    Page File Space 1,277,764 KB

    I would like to over clock my cpu and video card

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    i couldnt find your motherboard on the msi website.
    did you buy the pc from an OEM (like dell) or did you build it yourself.
    if its from an oem then you wont be overclocking
    your processor is a duron. even if you did overclock it it would still be slow as hell as its a budget processor designed for office use.
    you dont say what video card you have. what card do you have?
    it may be best to buy a new computer if you want a performance increase.
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    ATI raedon 9600se 128mbt
    mobo km2m combo l seris
    built it myself

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    if your planning on playing any games i strongly suggest getting a new computer that duron and 9600SE really wont be good for gaming.
    if you can overclock look in the bios for the fsb adjustments, it should be in something like advanced chipset features. for the graphics card youll need a modified driver like the omega drivers which allow for clockspeed adjustment
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    I suggest you upgrade your computer. Anyway for the video card you can try AtiTool from:
    http://atitool.ocfaq.com/
    also take a look at the softmodded Catalyst drivers:
    http://softmod.ocfaq.com/
    you might be able to get 9600 from your 9600SE. Although haven't really looked into it too much.
    yeah i agree that video card won't too great for gaming.

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