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how do i overclock on this BIOS? plz help


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how can i increase video card voltage or overclock on my type of bios? - "Phoenix-Award BIOS v6.00PG" plz i need to know to solve a technical problem ;) :tazz:
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What motherboard is it?
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sry....i dont kno how to find out what my motherboard is but i have my BIOS info:

BIOS Date: 08/05/04
BIOS Type: Phoenix-Award BIOS v6.00PG
BIOS ID: 08/05/2004-i845G-W627-6A69VM4YC
OEM Sign-On: Copyright 2004 by Hewlett Packard Company

Rev. 3.15 08/05/2004
Chipset: Intel 2560 rev 3
Superio: Unknown
OS: WinXP SP2
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 Processor 2800 Mhz
BIOS ROM In Socket: Yes
BIOS ROM Size: 512K
Memory Installed: 512 MB
Memory Maximum: 2048 MB
Memory Slot 01: 512 MB
Memory Slot 02: 0 MB

hope it helps :tazz:
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Your not going to be able to overclock with it .....HP locks there bios from doing it..sorry
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You might be able to overclock with these programs. CPUcool (which worked w/ an HP when Max PC tested it) <---i would recommend investigating that one first. You could also try CPUFSB and SoftFSB.
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for the CPUFSB, what should i set the frequencies to?
go to this site to see what it looks like
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Is that your pc in the picture?
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I've used SoftFSB on my hacked I-Opener and its a pretty user friendly program. It will reset on Boot if you go beyond a point of no return so its also fairly easy to recover from overly aggressive settings. Keep a watchful eye on temps with any of these tools and use them at your own risk.

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