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|19th May 2005, 19:22||#1|
Wanting to OC My FIC VL- 67 Ice cube
Hello, I have this system, and would like to OC, the bios is not able to be oc'd so I would like another option please.
I Have a Celeron 2.66 ghz socket 478
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|19th May 2005, 20:11||#3|
Why not advised?
I would like to know why people do not advise to overclock a cube? Is it because of the lack of air and the crampedness?
Anyways, what settings do I start with to Oc anyways.
Sorry I am noob each computer I buy I get closer to one that allows me to do more with it.
|19th May 2005, 20:33||#4|
Join Date: Apr 2004
Maybe you should check your temperatures first.
Speedfan can help with that or a dygnostic tool from your motherboard.
Speedfan can be found here: http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php
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|19th May 2005, 21:22||#5|
Overclocking via the FSB not Bios
Hello, I was told that I could overclock via the fsb using a program called CPUCOOL, I downloaded it and found the PLL but now I am not sure what settings to set it at to actually overclock.
|20th May 2005, 04:53||#6|
Join Date: Mar 2003
That CPUCOOL thingie is the same thing as Clockgen, it just raises your FSB.
And you could start giving us your other computer components, much easier to answer if you have any questions...
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|22nd May 2005, 05:31||#7|
I am just getting into this temp monitoring stuff, what should normal temps be, no overclocking or anything like that just plain ole temps.
Just would like a baseline so I know if I am running hot or not.
Then what about if I overclocked?
It looks like I have 3 temp sensors showing up using clockgen.
Temp sensor 1, Temp sensor 0, Temp1
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