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Old 12-06-2006, 02:18 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Think I can overclok.
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i don't see why you can't overclock? just keep track of your temps
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Well Lol I tryed it and it wouldnt boot so I had to take out motherboard battery so I dont think can overclok.Also I heard it takes life out of the computer.
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the life is minimal if done right. You cant just raise the fsb 50 at a time you have to raise in small increments.
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It takes trial and error to overclock a computer and yes it can shorten the life but you would have to have it for years to come for the overclocking to have any negative effects.
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Old 12-06-2006, 08:05 PM   #56 (permalink)
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But I have compaq Ram and I dont have the bios battery tooken out because of failed overclocking.
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I also dont know if this is a problem.Well I have an amd semrpon stock colling and the fan would go fast and sometimes run very slow.Does the stock colling have automatic speed Switch.:amazed:
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probably have to turn off cool and quiet feature

and there's nothing wrong with compaq ram.. i managed 250 mhz out of mine
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How do you remove speedfan I have tried.
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Old 12-06-2006, 10:42 PM   #60 (permalink)
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the life is minimal if done right. You cant just raise the fsb 50 at a time you have to raise in small increments.
That's very reckliss to raise the FSB by 50 at a time. 5 is a sefer increment
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