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[theforce]
09-29-04, 09:36 PM
i got that option in my bios and i can change it to either 73/36mhz or 80/40mhz what does this do and will i benefit if i change it to one of the other 2?

this is what i got, i have Oc'ed my p4 2.80ghz to 3+Ghz, can i get anything more out of it? so far the Oc has been done only by upping the FSB,
http://www.adelphi.edu/~shutad/cpuz.jpg


http://www.adelphi.edu/~shutad/cpuz2.jpg

http://www.adelphi.edu/~shutad/cpuz3.jpg

http://www.adelphi.edu/~shutad/cpuz4.jpg

saturnotaku
09-29-04, 10:14 PM
']i got that option in my bios and i can change it to either 73/36mhz or 80/40mhz what does this do

Quite simply, it will give you a whole lot of instability. If you can lock the frequency at 66/33, leave it be.

[theforce]
09-29-04, 10:23 PM
what about the voltage should i increase it? for agp, ddr and theres another i dont remeber the name right now lol

saturnotaku
09-29-04, 10:32 PM
']what about the voltage should i increase it? for agp, ddr and theres another i dont remeber the name right now lol

Voltage increase for AGP is unnecessary. Increasing for memory and CPU vcore would be if you are experiencing instability at overclocked settings. Your system may appear to operate fine as-is, but you should run the Prime95 torture tests. If your system can pass that for 8 straight hours, you're fine. If it fails, then you need to either adjust your voltages incrementally or lower your overclock.