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How to overclock with this bios options

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September 10, 2010 11:26:28 PM

well, i was planing on overclocking my pc trough the BIOS!
i ONLY have this options to modify in my bios:

CPU clock: 200MHz ( i can modify it to 512 max) (multiplier set to x15)

auto detect PCI CLK: enable or disabled (it is currently enabled)

spread spectrum: enable or disabled (it is currently enabled)

my specs:
intel pentium D 925 @ 3.00GHz
ECS 945GCT-M3 with a phoenix BIOS (v3.0E) in CPU Z, it says that i have version 6.00 PG(05/22/2007) (its the latest)
power supply: ULTRA 550 WATTS (model: ULT-H550W ATX Power Supply)
RAM:
DDR2
1024 MBytes (i have 2 ram sticks of 1GB each)
PC2-5300 (667 MHz, both sticks together)
Micron Technology (manufacturer)

my video card: XFX nvidia GeForce 9600 GSO overclocked to 650 MHz(core)

i have 4 fans in total in my computer case (xion II case, i removed the big 120 MM fan in the back, and replaced it with 2 80 MM LED fans running @ 3000 RPM each)
my cpu core temps are 30~40c when idle.

im using a "Rocketfish Universal CPU Cooler RF-UPCUWR"

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a c 100 K Overclocking
September 10, 2010 11:51:50 PM

Well, definitely sounds like it doesn't support a lot of OCing. Is there no options for voltages, or how about RAM speed and timings?
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September 11, 2010 12:42:31 AM

there is no more options :/ 
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a c 100 K Overclocking
September 11, 2010 1:59:14 AM

Heh interesting. I guess what you could do is try, like, 5mhz increments until it fails a stability test or something... but yeah, maybe software will work better I don't know. I just BIOS OC.
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a c 197 K Overclocking
September 13, 2010 10:53:35 AM

ECS motherboards are like that. All you can do is push the FSB up until the system gets unstable, then drop it back.
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September 13, 2010 2:08:06 PM

What are your goals? What game are you trying to play, and how much are you 'short' by? The reason I ask is because if you are risking your hardware to play a game, I would think the more prudent approach would be to keep your rig running and look forward to an upgrade in the future.

Not saying I don't condone OC'ing, but my past experiences have involved sub-par components that have been fried by moderate OC
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September 13, 2010 7:26:37 PM

i decided not to overclock using that MOBO, i bought a MSI P7N 750i motherboard!

i will try to do it with this one to see how it goes.

im want to play some of the new games that are coming out thats why
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