I am just asking, because i want to clock my cpu... my configuration is: mb: asus p5pe-vm ( of course) cpu: intel celeron d firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz ram: 1.5 Gb hdd: 160 Gb western digital that's it? can you help me
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That board is a weird board to be honest most socket 775s didnt
have AGP they usually had PCIE also that board doesnt even use DDR2.
The only way you will be able to maybe overclock is thru programs try
setfsb or clockgen. Also you could even try downloading ASUS easy tune
program it most likely wont work but its worth a shot. Besides that
there is no way you can overclock via the bios that must have been one
of ASUS's budget boards.
you are deadset on using that CPU you could always find a cheap G31 or
EP43 board on ebay and use that and when you are tired of the Pentium D
throw a Core 2 in it.
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Hi , Has your MB Sufferd any power Surges , Power Trips , or Shorting with Case of some sort? if so then your Motherboard is Burnt out , Try see if you can see any burnt marks , or Burst Capacitors .As soon as your CPU Fan runs , but your MB isnt running , you know its getting power ..So your motherboard is Burnt out, ASUS boards are very commonly , Burning out.I recently Sent mine back to ASUS because it burnt out..Also if you are going to take it in , make sure you have a proper qaulified Techie Checking it , otherwise they report that your CPU and PSU is also burnt out , and try get you to buy new from them...Becareful of that , its very common where im from.
Overclocking is set from the BIOS configuration. Not all BIOS allows overclocking, it may need a BIOS upgrade.
Check the ASUS WEB site for your model motherboard.
Overclocking the CPU (ie running at a higher clock speed) and increasing Frontside bus speed will give better performance BUT there is a downside too, if you overclock too high you could overheat the CPU and it could fail.
My suggestion is to never overclock. This makes the machine burn hotter and kills the life of the cpu. I learned this the hard way. If your gaming save up the money and go to the motherboard site and upgrade to a better cpu with fan.
you need to update your bios for the later stepping proceesors from asus, download to a floppy disc and insert before you start up your system