Question about Intel Celeron D 331, 2.66 GHz (BX80547RE2667CN) Boxed Processor
Does any one have done over clock on this processor, and I am interested in the procedure for over clocking. Recently I was reading about over clock from forums, but steal I am not capable enough for doing that. I have a few question related to this topic. What do you prefer over clocking from BIOS or from the programs for doing over clock? Of normal working this CPU produce 50 Celsius degrees. Do I have to set first a better fen or a can do it with this one. How far I can go with a temperature and the part with adjusting the ram GHz with CPU GNz it’s not much clear to me. I am using 945GZT Motherboard and I have set 2x256MB DDR2 533MHz.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2012
I think there are too many problems with overclocking I would look at a programs to do this for you ONE is RED STORM and yes you do need to put extra fans in I had three Also I found the computer which has died does not last as long I would look at increasing your memory to at least 1Gb and you will notice a remarkable difference.
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