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Overclocking a CPU Type Intel Pentium IIIE, 581 MHz

I have a motherboard QDI Advance 10T with a
CPU Type Intel Pentium IIIE 500 MHz.I have raised the frequecy to 581 MHz.I want to increase more the frequency but when I select the two other options (on the Bios setup) it doesn't start again (so I take off the batery to load the default values).Maybe I must change the voltage of the motherboard but I don't know how.Colud you help me with the key (or the way) used to change the voltage and then the CPU frequency.

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  • Eugenkorreta Apr 21, 2009

    I want to activate two other options that are on my bios.They set a higher frequency of the CPU.But when I choose them the compiuter doesn't start.Can you help me with the key (or way) used to activate them.

  • Eugenkorreta May 07, 2009

    There are some options for the voltage on my bios but they are shadowed and I cant change them.Can you help me with the key used to activate them and then change by one step the voltage?

  • Eugenkorreta May 07, 2009

    Yes,but there are two other options on my bios for increasing further the frequency at which the CPU works.When I choose them the compiuter fails to boot so I take off the batery and the defaults settings are loaded.Can you tell me how to activate the two other options.

  • Dick
    Dick May 11, 2010

    You cannot set the frequency any higher or the board WILL NOT START. You have gone as far as you can go with this board. If you want to learn advanced techniques this process is called overclocking and you can search on the internet. There are many forums dedicated to getting the absolute top performance. There are motherboards, video cards, and processors designed with this process in mind. It is a fun hobby. But there is a limit. Good luck to you.

  • Dick
    Dick May 11, 2010

    In order to change the voltage your motherboard's BIOS must support that. But I have to tell you 581 MHz out of a 500 rated processor is very good. You will have instability and it will refuse to POST when you go too high, exactly what happened to you.

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If you have an adjustment for the VCORE voltage in your bios, bring it up by one value, then try overclocking the CPU.

Posted on May 05, 2009

  • Drew
    Drew May 07, 2009

    Unfortunately, if your voltage settings are greyed out, your bios doesn't allow you to adjust it manually.

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