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Overclocking my pc is a compaq presario desktop its p4 2.93GHz help me how to overclock it like overclocking all components

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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.


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You have a laptop computer; it is more than likely that the BIOS will not allow overclocking for that unit. Most laptops cannot be overclocked for good reason; they have limited resources and poor cooling engineering. O/clocking produces high heat and they just don't have the setup for additional cooling. For the most part that also applies to most retail desktops as well. The majority of overclockers use custom-built units with CPUs adn motherboard BIOS' that are set up for overclocking, such as Asus and Asrock boards. I overclocked my home build unit, but installed a water cooled system and extra case fan. Standard retail etail units are just not set up with that kind of quality.

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Two common factors why CPU fans are noisy:

1. The collected dusts under your fans.
2. Your computer is running over the neutral power that your Power supply can handle, i.e. overclocking, high graphical games and videos.

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1. clean fans (power supply fans, exhaust and others)
2. replace CPU fans with branded and proven to be quite fans.. it may be an additional cost but proves to be very silent. :)

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Overclocking a system leads most of the times to replacing the system. If you need a faster system, build one. If you overclock yours, you may end up building a new one anyway, and your system is still competitive, you don't want to trash it.
Nobody will take the risk to teach somebody how to overclock a system.

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How do I overclock my cpu


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Some CPU's overclock with diffirent methods, so, you do not specify which you are using, so, i googled step by step guide to overclock CPU. I found detailed instructions on how to overclock different systems. Hope this can help you.

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Wish to overclock a compaq presario 5140 with motherboard model 0434h made by compaq with chipset i440BX/ZA Rev B and southbridge 82371EB/MD (PIIX4E/M)


Most of the shelf systems run a deliberately crippled BIOS so that they can't be overclocked. Chances are you're gonna have to go the software route.

http://www.overclock.net/showthread.php?p=271681


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Does asus make a motherboard that u can overclock. have a asus p6t deluxe v2 motherboard...does the rampage 2 motherboard be overclocked without any problems?


Some motherboard manufacturers make there motherboards (MoBo) "Overclock-friendly", and yes Asus does make the motherboards that are in that category. If the one you currently have lack of that feature, you could get third party software but be carefull and read the instructions before you change anything. Besides, take into consideration that you have to have optimal cooling devices for your component such as air cooling or water cooling before you overclok anything in your computer, keep this in mind: overclocking=heat increase

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I want a faster processor using the one I have now............


first off, there is no pint in overclocking a celeron, on top of it a laptop, u may just end up ruing every thing.

but if u still insist... there are softwares' which can help u...
http://www.overclock.net/downloads/255892-setfsb-2-0-a.html

please be sure to do proper research and understand well what u are going to do...

visit this to know how to use the above software

http://www.odoc.dk/default.asp?Action=Details&Item=325

Clockgen is another such software... (google it to know more about it)

all the best !

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You need to check your BIOS. If you can overclock you will see a selection for CPU and speed in BIOS. If not there then your motherboard does not allow you to overclock your CPU.

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Upgrading is to replace a part or software with a newer and/or better one. You can just buy and install any component in a PC, laptops are a bit difficult to upgrade, but okay.

I think you are talking about overclocking. Upgrading can be done limitlessly until all the parts are working and compatible.

Overclocking is to configure a hardware component to make it work like a more expensive one. But it will cause it to overheat, and maybe even reboot erratically if not done correctly.

You will certainly get better performance, but you will instantly void the warranty on it and even reduce its life. Even, overclocking requires special and in most cases, very non user-friendly software. You may also need extremely good cooling systems (like good fans and heatsinks). Otherwise it may practically melt the chips.

On a desktop, it is easy as you can buy better fans and there is more space for water cooling systems.

Choose what you want to do.

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