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Old 12-10-2005, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was woundering exactly how to overclock an Intel Pentium 4 2.2 GHz, I am new at this so please be very detailed.

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All you can do is increase the FSB I believe. Multiplier is locked. If you don't have overclocking memory, then you'd need to set a memory divider (which DOES negatively affect performance for Intel CPUs).
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what fsb is your cpu and what speed is your memory rated for?
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intel is nothing for overclocking in my opinion... but you can allways try pushing the fsb as said..
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certain intels are AMAZING for overclocking actually.
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eg. pentium 4 2.4ghz northwood 800fsb with HT
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intel is nothing for overclocking in my opinion... but you can allways try pushing the fsb as said..
You don't read much do you?
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i do, but i stick to my athlon..... intels suck i think, period...
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I was woundering exactly how to overclock an Intel Pentium 4 2.2 GHz, I am new at this so please be very detailed.

THANKS!!!!!!
And while everyone's at it they might as well whip you up some eggs and toast. There is TONS of information on overclocking to be found on google. Detailed information at that!!!



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