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How to overclock a pentume 4 processor - Intel (RK80532PG0881M) Pentium 4, 3 GHz Processor

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  • Micha Dozier May 11, 2010

    depends on what mother board you are using.

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When starting/rebooting your pc, repeatedly press the delete key to open the BIOS, if the delete key does nothing (you can tell if does nothing it you see you windows xp/vista boot screen), reboot again and try to see if it says anything about settings/bios/configuration keys, press the mentioned key to get into bios settings.

Once in Bios settings you can overclock your CPU, since BIOS configuration layouts differ, just look around and make sure you don't change anything (it usually says what keys do what on the bottom).

IMPORTANT NOTE: overclocking a processor may, and most likely will cause damage (due to excessive heat) to your CPU as it was not built to work at higher frequencies/speeds. If you have only a normal fan for your cpu, or no fan at all, get liquid cooling or a specialized fan and heatsink for overclock to minimize or even possible eliminate damage that can be done. The damage or effects of the damage will not be 'seen' or known

If you are not happy with the speed of how your programs start up, I suggest you get more ram instead. Increase in Processor speed is more for multiple programs running, and them being slow while your are using them regularly. Also another reason for an need for a faster processor is for games/video/3d editing. If you do neither of those, don't try overclocking.

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  • Denis K. Mar 07, 2009

    Like the others said, it might not work with your motherboard, but check your bios settings/config to see if it is possible.

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Increasing of FSB (processor clock) from 10% up to 15%.
from 1700Mhz you can get 1850 Mhz.
from 2400 Mhz you can get 2640 Mhz
from 3000 Mhz you can get 3300 Mhz
but not all mater board allow this do.

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