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Old 04-04-2006, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, i wan to overclock my processor but i can only chnage the FSb. ATM i am writing this with the proccesor overclocked to 2100. It is stable.

The processor will die at 85. MY p.c will automatically restart at 75.


My mobo is award bios and the model is gigabyte 7dxe,


Any help would be appretiated. Even if it means taking my cpu out and drawing lines all ovcer it (hehe)-dont really understand this
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lol, that is the same as my old processor..

I was able to OC mine to 1.9Ghz... but if I tried to go 2+ the pc would reset at the login screen...


I'd suggest raising the fsb til you get 1.87(not sure about exact) that should run stable...

mine did and I was useing stock cooling
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but when i get it to that it reacvhes post, doesnt crash just stayus at a black screen
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