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VCORE & OC


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Logitek

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Hy there can someone please help me with something ? how can I change the VCORE on my motherboard ( Chaintech 7AIA rev.3 , AMD Duron 800 Mhz OC, 192 SDR RAM 133 Mhz, WD 80 Gb 7200 RPM,Nvidia GeForce 5200 FX with 64 Mb, ASUS CD-RW ) and what CPU OC software do you recommend for my crappy PC who still runs DOOM 3 ,FABLE, FEAR and other new games on minimum ....

Thanks

Edited by Logitek, 25 December 2006 - 05:36 PM.

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peterm

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Do you know you can fry your motherboard by doing this ?
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Usually an option in the BIOS.

But having said that, you're running really old hardware on really new games and therefore it will not cope. Even overclocking the Duron is a fruitless exercise because they don't overclock well, if at all.
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you can use this - YOUR choice
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whoa ... that looks scary :whistling: I won't try that because I kinda want to use this PC for a few more months :help: ...but thanks anyways ... I really thought it could be done by BIOS .... :blink:
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On most newer PCs you can, I guess it's because it's old - or it's come from a manufacturer which disables this in the bios.
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