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Old 03-29-2005, 05:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey anyone know

overclocking a asus p4pe with a 2.0ghz
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you might be able to squeeze an extra 400mhz if your lucky but make sure that you know what your doing first READ THE THREAD THAT NUBIUS POSTED!!!
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Anyone know how to do it on ASUS P4PE
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Anyone know how to do it on ASUS P4PE
Hey your from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada just like me

Read the post that nubius posted since every motherboard is different, but very close to the same.

You need to raise that 100, 166, 200 FSB up to overclock and that's the basics of it.
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