Hello, I have recently re-built my entire system after my OEM board and processor got fried.
What I'd really like to do is overclock my XP 1600+ from 1.4GHz to something like 2.0GHz. I have read that I will have to use conductive greece to jump two bridges. Others say that you will have to increase multipliers. Can someone assist me in doing this?
My current specs are as follows:
MSI K7N2GM2 (Specs: http://us.msi.com/index.php?func=prodde ... rod_no=597)
AMD XP 1600+ (1.4GHz)
200 watt (OEM original) Compaq power supply (Yeah, I know. I need to get a better PSU)
DVD+/-RW (Lite on)
TrendNET TEW-423PI Wireless Adapter
1GB RAM (256mb set to onboard graphics)
80GB Hitachi Deskstar
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Don't ask how to over-clock.
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what about setting the fsb to 166MHz instead of fiddling around with the multiplier? if i'd work you'd have a XP2100+ but i doubt that it'll run without a massive vcore bump and some incredible loud cooling.
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