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fogo

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hi guys first post i was wondering if anyone has clocked this processor past 3.0ghz and if so
what voltage? what fsb? what multiplyer? and what cooling?
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Neil Jones

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Very unlikely considering the age of this processor. Some of them do overclock very well, others don't (the early models are better at this then the later ones). In theory it should be possible to achieve 2.2Ghz on it, but 3Ghz is probably impossible.
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The amount of overclock possible is also greatly dependent upon your motherboard and BIOS.
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I built a computer for my son with that Processor and when I tried to OC it failed to boot ...had to use the stock settings period..would not OC at all
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