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You talking overclocking? That is only with amd cpu's and if you have a amd you need a overclocking tool www.overclockers.com should help you in this regard.. Please leave me good feedback as we do not get compensated for free questions so we look at your vote for out gratitude thanks..
u can easly use 2GB ram but due to low processing power u avoid havy programs run together. check that cpu use not more then 80% regular it may get harm. so use 2GB ram without any worry. just avoid havy programs run together.
The boards I have seen were overclocked by changing the CPU speeds or the voltages going to the CPU. Change the setting back. When you get into the BIOS setup screen(A lot of them you get into by pressing the delete key when starting up) look for the "Default settings" After clicking on them,save the settings. Thsi wil bring you back to the Safest board setting according to the board maker.
I think there are too many problems with overclocking I would look at a programs to do this for you ONE is RED STORM and yes you do need to put extra fans in I had three Also I found the computer which has died does not last as long I would look at increasing your memory to at least 1Gb and you will notice a remarkable difference.
You can only overclock your computer if it has ATAPI BIOS. So get into BIOS upon bootup and if you have ATAPI then it will say it across the top. It will also have a section for the CPU with the current speed and an option to change it.
Generally you will see core temps around 50C with a stock fan and no overclocking, that is if you run fully loaded 100% cpu usage. But this is all highly dependent on what type of cooling you have. A program like GIMPS Prime 95 will test your processor. The max temp for most of the Pentium 4 series is 85C, but to know all the details we need to know which core you have. Wikipedia would help you determine which core you have, or you can download a program that will tell you. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentium_4