Kevin Dunleavy wrote:
> > Has anyone out there ever overclocked a PII-350?
> > I've read that it's possible to get it up to about 460MHz, but I've =
> > tried
> > everything and can't get it to go up at all. Any ideas?
> > It's a Gigabyte motherboard and the FSB is running at 100MHz.
>> At what point does it fail? Does it even make it past the POST? Will it
> run DOS? Does Windows (if you run it) get to the log in screen etc?
Oh it boots OK, but the CPU speed either remains the same or decreases
matter what I do.
> Finally, it could be a RAM problem. (Especially if it won't even POST.)
> Try a different CAS timing for your RAM in the BIOS (from 3 to 2 or vice
> versa). 100Mhz RAM is really a requirement for solid overclocking.
I'm using PC100 DIMM's, so does that mean that my FSB _has_ to run at
or will I just get a decrease in bus performance if I slow it to 66MHz?
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