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only trhtlling i think...so it is loked and the soft can not change the vids etc... I don't want to sacrifice clock speeds of my NB and SB, and I possibly want to overclock my CPU a bit more (to 3.8-3.9 if possible). How could a Focke-Wulf 190 pilot see anything at all from his cockpit? Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

News:MSI REWARDS - PARTICIPATE ON MSI FORUMS, GET REWARDS Home Help Search Login Register MSI Global English Forum > Motherboards > Overclocking, Undervolting > Undervolted My Pentium 4, Success! « previous That thread was talking about overvolting you CPU not undervolting it.Since its in a laptop, you could buy a can of compressed air and try to remove and dust/lint that may What is the significance of the sheriff's colored sunglasses in Kill Bill vol 1? GetDown, Sep 26, 2008 #4 Triple6 Rob Moderator Joined: Dec 26, 2002 Messages: 50,404 Have you been in the BIOS?

PHANTOM321, Feb 12, 2017 at 12:10 PM, in forum: Hardware Replies: 5 Views: 113 PHANTOM321 Feb 12, 2017 at 4:12 PM Need help with my new power supply! So installed it, enabled Hyper-Threading and had to reactivate Windows XP "because of a significant hardware change". Sorry if bumping is disallowed but I desperately need some help.

Thanks for all the help guys. At the end of the day man, I'd suggest two things though: Sell your board: It still should work fine, but just wasn't meant to be used with a FX-8 series Windows fast startup is actually just Windows hibernating (saving everything into a hibernation file) and then just restoring it upon starting your computer. but apparently I didn't put my finger on my MOSFETS long enough to know the difference.

The main reason I believe as to why I can't adjust the voltage is because of my motherboard. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186134 I feel 99% sure that the processor would have failed if the vCore voltage was actually 2.2v Also, you may be able to help cooling if your chassis has a There should be a CPU voltage setting there. The first thing you should investigate is how the cooler is attached to the board, so that if you purchase a aftermarket cooler you can get one that will mount correctly

Choose ‘App-profile pairing’.Click ‘Turn on’ so it looks like the screenshot below. the vids have all the pins get into the socket so i presume all are in L position, and from the diagrams datasheets i looked in other thread here in the Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Which may help a little.

Now I wonder if its possible to get 2.8 GHz, or would my old Celeron have better performace than this 1.4 GHz Pentium 4. GetDown, Sep 26, 2008 #2 Triple6 Rob Moderator Joined: Dec 26, 2002 Messages: 50,404 What is the exact model of the processor that you have? If you look on motherboards, the heatsink is always on the MOSFETS, not the inductors, nor capacitors (if present.) Due to the way an inductor works, cooling it with a heatsink Permalink chris219219 submitter 1 Build 1 point 4 months ago IDK, lol.

Would buying a new fan to replace the stock one work though? sorry my english but i need really help i dont want to do things wrong... Permalink colinreay 2 Builds 1 point 4 months ago Got it! Permalink colinreay 2 Builds 1 point 4 months ago IIRC, on AMD, the CPU-NB handles the interface between the CPU and memory, it is built into the CPU itself, and is

win2kpro, Sep 29, 2008 #13 win2kpro Joined: Jul 19, 2005 Messages: 11,670 After thinking about it for a bit, I seem to recall that HP/Compaq MAY use a proprietary method of AnonymousApr 22, 2011, 12:32 AM http://www.pbus-167.com/ Check this out. Triple6 replied Feb 13, 2017 at 10:45 PM Loading... Good luck with the conversion though!

No, create an account now. Even crappy MOSFETS should be fine for prolonged use at 80 C. Is there anyway to change the voltage?

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A good Google search should provide some information about undervolting. vagabond139 5 Builds 1 point 4 months ago That motherboard isn't made for overclocking, its a crappy board to be honest. I say just slap a bigger cooler on it ^_^. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

And that means... Permalink larsG35 1 Build 1 point 4 months ago If your CPU clock speed is still stable (or stable enough) while undervolting, it's fine to keep it overclocked. Interestingly enough, it does redeem itself a little bit, as it has 10 MOSFETS, 2 for each phase, which does help to reduce the temperature of the MOSFETS, and improve current So, I moved it another notch up.