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FaTaL-ErRoR
02-11-00, 10:42 PM
Ok heres the deal

P3 450
256 megs ram
Abit BE6 MoBo ata66
QF ata 66 9.1 gb 7200 rpm
v3 3000 at 185mhz

I tried to OC my P3 450 just to 504 now not a big leap yet but .....
I reboot it reads 504 great !!!
reboot after playing some games then it reads p2 300 http://www.speedguide.net/ubb/confused.gif Why is it not staying at 504 ?? Could this mean I can't OC my Pentium ? I still run orginal bios with the mobo could this be the problem ? Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.


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Chinese proverb says:

It take many nails to build crib,but one screw to fill it

Axgrinder
02-12-00, 06:52 AM
It seems to me you raised your bus speed and lowered your multiplyer to get the desired clock speed, leave the multiplyer alone. If your PIII was purchaced in the last 6 mo, its not overclockable.

GetFried
02-12-00, 06:54 AM
Fatal, Do you play Tribes? Used to play with Northen Cross? Do you know Wulfen? http://www.speedguide.net/ubb/biggrin.gif
BTW, I think a MOBO Driver/BIOS update couldn't hurt. I read alot of reviews about how that can do wonders for a mobo. I took my MSI 6130 right out of the box, hooked everything up, including a brand new GeForce, and promptly over clocked my Celeron 400 to 500 using 6x83@2.05 volts. Its kind of sloppy in UT, and in windows it still hangs, but I think a tad more voltage and a Driver/Bios update will probably help out on that. Lemme know how you do.

FaTaL-ErRoR
02-12-00, 11:35 PM
That's me http://www.speedguide.net/ubb/biggrin.gif .We are |WC| Now

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Chinese proverb says:

It take many nails to build crib,but one screw to fill it

GetFried
02-13-00, 12:18 AM
Thought so. http://www.speedguide.net/ubb/wink.gif