MaFi0s0 Posted November 17, 2005 Share Posted November 17, 2005 Hi, I have researched how to OC already and managed to cook my valueselect by setting the volts just .01 more then what it should of been, I had my email@example.com but with spontanious reboots at random, no overheating, so im suspecting the ram was the culprit. My motherboard keeps my CPU 10degrees lower then normal, it boots up between 37-41degrees(celc) thanks to the U-plus DPS. My stock FSB etc is CPU:200x18 MEM:666MHz(altough my ram handles 1GHz). Does this mean my computer should be able to handle: FSB: 234X18 MEM: 779MHz ? I want to keep ALL voltages normal if i was to over voltage anything it would be the cpu and by .02 volts, I can overclock on the fly within windows using gigabytes easy tune 5. I have artic silver 5 heatsink paste(not on yet though) and my tower consists of 4 fans(2intake 2 exhuast) + PSfan GPUfan Southbridge CPUHeatsink.(8 Fans total) The highest ive ever gotton my CPU was 55degrees and aparently prescott can handle 74. So i was wondering if its worth trying something like 300x18 MEM:999MHz this would overclock a P4 prescott from 3.6 to 5.4 :bigeyes: all my computer specs are in profile, thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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