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Try in the bios first. it will be under something like 'cpu pnp options' then select overclocking, ENABLE. then under it it may have something like a bus frequency setting. it should be at the stock setting. to overclock, set the # higher. hope that helps you, cause that's what i did. BE SURE TO HAVE ENOUGH COOLING FIRST!!!
download speedfan to check the cpu temperature. (Free)
Posted on May 21, 2008
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