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I was wondering how i could overclock my processor. I have a Celeron d 330 2.66 mhz processor, and i have read that it will overclock up to 3.8 mhz, but i have never done it, and so far i cannot find instructions on how to do it. ?????

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well i think i cannot overclock my pc cuz the motherboard has no jumpers, and i cannot get a compatible bios to configure the right settings. is there a bios that is compatible with an emachine that i can use to overclock?

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is there a bios that is compatible with an emachine that i can use to overclock?

Doubt it. <_< Unless you find a hacked BIOS somewhere.
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