Hello guys i have a pentium dual core e2200, stock speed is 2.2 ghz, now i have it overclocked to 2.93ghz, i was wondering if i could go higher? last week i did got it up to 3300mhz but it won`t go that far again, it freezes windows and shutts down. my system is very cool, i have build a 3 fan cpu so it won`t overheat at all. imagine, it was running 50 60 c, now is 38- 45c, its great but it won`t overclock more. here`s the proff: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1058450, so can i go higher?
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my multiplier is 11x bus speed is 266mhz rated fsb is 1064mhz core voltage is 1.392v
right now the system is : dram----------442mhz Lantecy is -------------5-5-5-18 and 52 clocks Frequency--------------885 and the system is running at 43/109 C/F
If you really want to take it to next level you will have to run your ram at 1:1 ratio that thing should go up to 3.8ghz no problem intel recommends you dont go over 1.5volts so i wouldnt go to far past that but if you run your ram 1:1 you will be able to go much higher on less volts. Do your self a favor and read the guide on this forum everything is in there to tell you exactly what you need to do.
Ok bro what you need to do is find the settingsin your bios for your ram link ratio i dont know what motherboard you have so i have no clue what they call it but your bus speed is 330 mhz so if your ram was linked 1:1 the ram would be running at 660 mhz. Just go in bios and play with the settings you will find it.