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Thread: P4 3.0 GHz (LGA775)?

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    Sep 2004

    Question P4 3.0 GHz (LGA775)?

    I just built a new computer (P4 3.0 GHz /w HT, SimpleTech 1GB Dual Channel RAM, GeForce 6600 GT) and I was wondering how I might go about overclocking. I've already got the video card OCed to 574/1149, and I was thinking about OCing other things. Is it hard to do? I heard that since the pins are in the motherboard for LGA775 CPUs, the motherboard is where you overclock it. Would an ECS 915P-A be okay?

    Thanks in advance for the help.

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    Oct 2004
    British Columbia, Canada

    Default Re: P4 3.0 GHz (LGA775)?

    Go into your bios, and look for somthing along the lines of frequency/voltage control, change your front side bus in small increments to avoid hurting your cpu and avoid the annoying task of using the reset jumper.
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    Nov 2003
    Minnesota, United States

    Default Re: P4 3.0 GHz (LGA775)?

    Not sure how well that board overclocks (though LGA775 in general isn't known for high overclockability... or really any benefits other than PCI-E, actually), but I know it will have the options in the BIOS. Try looking at the pictures here

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