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i am wondering what is the easyest fastest, and safest way to overclock my computer
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Please tell us more info about your system. :D

edit: NM, I found the specs in your profile.

Here's a couple good links on overclocking with your mobo.
Dan's Data
Computing.net

It looks like your best bet is to set the multiplier at FSB 133/PCI 33 using the mobo jumpers. To achieve this overclock you'll likely need to increase your memory and CPU voltages. Go slow, and watch your temps. <_< This will give you performance close to a 700 mhz system.

You also may be able to overclock your video card, but it's pretty outdated. Your best bet would be the update you're considering.

Edited by admin, 04 January 2004 - 09:46 PM.

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i could only get my internal CPU sped to go up to 600mhz, from 500, and i set the FBS to 120 it would not boot up compleatly, it would freze or have troubles booting on anything higher, and somtimed, when i tried it on a huigher setting then 120 it would go and not boot the monitor, any seggestions?
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