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Building new computer for music production just wondering if worth overclocking as got Kingston 16g ram to help?
The Intel i5-4670 is not designed to be overclocked. A different model - i5-4670k - is designed for overclocking.
You should find that the standard model chip works just fine for you at regular clocking - for music production.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is not save for your system making it work faster by overclocking it.
Some times it works fine just using the right cooling methods, but some times its leads to system freezes, crashes and even to permanent processor damage.
So i advice you to keep that in mind.
If you want to proceed anyway.
- In newest computers you will find an option to set the processor speed to automatic( system recognize the cpu speed) or manually, in the last one you hve to set the RATIO( Processor speed divided by FSB speed), this means:
- The FSB of your P3 Motherbord (133 Mhz) x 7.5(ratio)= 1Ghz
- In older motherboards the speed option is set using jumpers
configuration in the Board, inthat case you will have to use the motherboard manual( some boards have printed tables) to show you the config.
Note: if your motherboard doesn't show you the RATIO you need is because it doesn't support that speed.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
are you sure that your pc is built for overclocking? dont be risky it might get you trouble on your pc. i suggest that you shouldnt overclocking it and besides your processor is high ed.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
SOURCE: how do i overclock my machine?
there is alot more...and the risk/reward is what it is all about ..read up and get a good monitoring program and go have fun ..........
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
i have a hp 6730 ,originally a celeron 600mhz... which currently runs at 1.1 gig ,i used a 733 celeron and a linlin adapter . the lin lin is jumpered to let the clock speed go to 100 mhz.. . the only reason it can be overclocked is "the chipset.."it controls the max speed .and the 810 or 815 will max out ... 733/ 66=11 x 100= 1.1gig 733 x 11=800.. but it may go higher .. this computer is a hp6730 with a 733 celeron and a 256 and 128 meg pc 133 memory ... i had to tinker with it for a while the lin lin jumpers "voltage" are critical .as is the placement of the memory ,, go slowly first the overclocking then the mem location..
Posted on May 09, 2009
The following link will tell you the very simple way to overclock this processor. Half way down the page you will find the header "OVERCLOCKING"
"Since the architecture was designed for the 1066 MHz FSB, overclocking is as trivial as setting the FSB to 1066 MHz (266 MHz quad pumped).
...you instantly get a 2132 MHz CPU with little increase in temperature."
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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