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    hi,trying to overclock my p4 1.7 i go in my bios to freq voltage control shows
    cpu clock ratio 10x
    auto detect dimm/pci clk enabled
    spread sprectrum enabled
    cpu freq default
    dram freq by spd
    are these the ones i change to overclock?

    ,any help or ideas would be awesome.heres my system

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    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=5 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR align=left><TD><BIG>CPU-Z Report</BIG>

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    Last edited by eqfan; 07-13-2004 at 10:16 AM.

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    Actually the multiplier for that should be 17 (17 x 100 = 1700MHz/1.7GHz) but those old Willamettes are very poor overclockers (around 2GHz maybe got by raising the FSB and core voltage) and very little performance is gained from overclocking them.

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    You can't change your multipler, try slowly upping the FSB and see what happens.

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    this p4 cpu suck, no use, rubbish. i also have 1, but now i change it to P4 2.4A with 1MB cache. this is a good cpu to play OC, i can go up to 3.3GHz.

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    Default Re: overclock p4

    ok so any of those on my first post the FSB? cant find anything in bios says FSB,and thanks for replys iam learning as i go:)


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    Ok unless you have an OEM version of that mainboard which will have no overclocking adjustments in BIOS then go into the Frequency/Voltage Control section of the BIOS and the CPU Host/SDRAM/PCI Clock is the adjustment for the FSB. Also you cannot lock the AGP/PCI buses so if you're lucky enough to get to 145MHz (which I very much doubt as there are no voltage adjustments) then the AGP/PCI buses will be getting boarderline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry_one
    this p4 cpu suck, no use, rubbish. i also have 1, but now i change it to P4 2.4A with 1MB cache. this is a good cpu to play OC, i can go up to 3.3GHz.
    I don't see where you get the idea you changed it to a 1mb cache. The Willamettes, besides the 1.6a, are generally piss-poor CPU's, in terms of performance, temps, and OC'ing. The 1.6A's are great OC'ers though.

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    Default Re: overclock p4

    ok great advise think i got it,is there a way to find out how much i oc it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    I don't see where you get the idea you changed it to a 1mb cache. The Willamettes, besides the 1.6a, are generally piss-poor CPU's, in terms of performance, temps, and OC'ing. The 1.6A's are great OC'ers though.
    By buying a 2.4A Prescott is how he did it.

    However a 2.4A Prescott will not work in eqfan's mainboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eqfan
    ok great advise think i got it,is there a way to find out how much i oc it?
    The only way you're going to find out is to do it yourself.

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