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Old 12-01-2003, 01:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Imperial Motherboard and Celeron Overclocking

Hey everyone,

Ive been rwading through these forums and decided to get my 2800xp overclocked, my brother helped me out but now he is away to college and he told me to use his s/n here on the site and maybe you guys can help me. I have a imperial motherboard that was pulled out of an emachines with a 2.5 celeron and 256mb ddr 2100 (my brother gave me those specs i have no idea what it means) so anyways I wanna know if it is possible to overclock the proccessor and where can I learn to do that. Also since this is my brothers s/n if you can email me your answers to I would greatly appreciate it. and also if someone could give me some dadvice on how to speed my computer up since i hate bothering my brother at school. Thanks everyone for the help. And once again all comments welcome
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