Question about Intel (RK80532PG0881M) Pentium 4, 3 GHz Processor
Hello there! well I have an old PC which is Compaq Deskpro 2000 I`m just wondering if there still a chance to overclock it how? and what will be the significant changes if it is already overclocked? What will I expect then? These are the following components 64 EDO Ram, 20 gb hard disk, 133 mhz Intel Processor and a 48X CD ROM drive .... quite challenging right but I hope Mr. Guru you`lll be able to help me thank you .... pls kindly send it to my E-mail email@example.com
Get a Pentium 4, shove it in your *** full of ****
and it will become a Socket 7 processor.
You can then insert it and it will run at Pentium 4 clockspeed
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Yes i can help you but help yourself by buying a new one, you need to earn money to buy a new computer, as i have said before all product especially computer and new tech gadget are usually design to be used 4 to 10 years depending in the treatment usage and environment you live in. usually company this days dont give you a true quality product that will take longer than ten years because, their business will not profit. if they do so. and the technology innovation is improving both fast but the quality either low or fragile. not that durable and easily break or become defective. HOPE this HELP YOU.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
Overclocking is not really recommended to be done by normal users. For overclocking your computer, you should have extensive knowledge of the hardware of your computer.
Overclocking may result in a totally non-working computer, burnt up Processor and motherboard and the likes. Also, overclocking results in heating problems, so you need to have made the arrangements for taking care of this heat issue.
Basically overclocking means increasing the Clock Speed of your comuter. Suppose I say that I have a Pentium 4 - 2.4GHz computer, the 2.4GHz part is the clock speed, which is increase in overclocking. Surely the computers with higher clock speeds work faster but that comes at a price. A small mistake on your part and your computer is no more working.
There are various Forums and sites on the internet that discuss Overclocking and its intricacies in greater detail.
Here's a pointer:
PS: Search google for "overclocking" and you should get a lotta links to work with.
Posted on Oct 18, 2007
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