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Processor overclocking was accomplished by raising the system-bus frequency from 66 MHz to 95 MHz. Jan ツ 2,073 views 6:23 Pentium II Modern Build - Duration: 4:34. At frequencies of 92 MHz and 95 MHz, the system often hung up during the tests, even with an improved cooling system. mildgamer001May 2, 2012, 4:20 AM okeydokie then..... More about the author

AnonymousMay 1, 2012, 3:17 PM OMG!!!!ITS ALIVE! Slot-1 motherboards would support either only 66MHz bus speed, 66/100, or 66/100/133. The vast majority of them were great overclockers of which few would not do 450 and if the rest of your equipment was up to it, 504. i found out after windows installed that it was only running at 190 MHz. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/274741-29-overclocking-pentium

Overclocking parameters were set using BIOS Setup in CPU SoftMenu II. This having a 233MHz Pentium II means it's probably one of the first, so officially only supports 66MHz bus.233MHz is derived from 66MHz bus speed and a multiplier of 3.5x. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? My buddy had no problems running his [email protected] -bZjClick to expand...

lets see how far it will go . . . . . . .HELP!!!. . . . . . Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. now i just look stupid. :/ some pentium chips even have the 3.5x multiplier disabled via internal hardwiring.

the laggy one has windows ME by the way.i havent needed to overclock before, and i dont now, but i was curious about it. Welcome to OCF! Reply With Quote 07-25-08,06:53 PM #11 JCLW View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Apr 2002 Location Back in Toronto IMHO an i440BX board with a passively cooled Tualatin All rights reserved.

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my old desktops i am talking about? PII's were decent in their time, but you might see 400MHz on a 333MHz chip, which is still slower than molasses. Sandy Beach (14 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM2500K @ 4.5GHz/1.32v Also, the processor you are talking about in the second part of your post is not a PII. anyway i have that and a celeron from the same time period, ( windows ME/2000) but i might want to leav ethat alone as it works fairly well and i could

WinBench 98 was used for testing. http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/571410-overclocking-a-pentium-II Games like Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament are also capable of identifying many overclocking problems when put into demo mode and left running in loops. Edited for this: There was some P1 mmx with 4 multipliers but the 4 multiplier was remapped onto a lower multiplier and they were low power P1 used on laptops or It maxed out my motherboard at 155FSB.Click to expand...

Jan ツ 6,892 views 16:59 Heavyweight vs Lightweight CPU Showdown - Intel i7 5960X and Pentium G3258 - Duration: 7:42. my review here Choose your language. solved Best Motherboard, ram, and cpu cooler for the Pentium g3258 for $200 for overclocking? This was one of Intel's primitive designs for communication between the mainboard and the CPU.

so, do any of these overclock at all? Some have used a wiring pen, a $40 device that can draw a thin metal trace. To ensure stable operation, the core voltage was raised from 2.00 V to 2.10 V. http://nexwarecorp.com/overclocking-a/overclocking-a-p-mmx-233.html BackCoverPC Hardware Tuning & AccelerationChapter 1: From the Industrial Era to the Information AgeChapter 2: Philosophy of Hardware OverclockingSolving the Problem of Limited ResourcesEvolution of Technologies and ComponentsLast Resort for Performance

Also, the processor you are talking about in the second part of your post is not a PII. Then there was a trick that could be done with P2 350 and 400's that would unlock some multipliers (3.5-5). Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Search Log in or Sign up Menu Recent

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AnonymousApr 11, 2012, 10:20 AM PCgamer81 said: Here's a thread that might interest you...http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=64725I have to ask, what kind of performance do you get with your rig? Sign in to make your opinion count. This particular motherboard allows very high performance to be achieved. navigate to this website after this fresh copy of XP installs i was going to see if i can squeeze anything else out of it.

The Celerons also had locked multipliers. i thought it was 5.0x but i found this out the next day after i made this thread. Test results (Table 18.3 and Fig. 18.5) show significant growth of overall system performance, achieved by processor overclocking. Privacy Policy | Cookies | Ad Choice | Terms of Use | Mobile User Agreement A ZDNet site | Visit other CBS Interactive sites: Select SiteCBS CaresCBS FilmsCBS RadioCBS.comCBS InteractiveCBSNews.comCBSSports.comChowhoundClickerCNETCollege NetworkGameSpotLast.fmMaxPrepsMetacritic.comMoneywatchmySimonRadio.comSearch.comShopper.comShowtimeTech

dtempleApr 11, 2012, 10:14 AM Any motherboard worth having back in the Pentium II days used either jumpers or dip switches to set the FSB.