Overclocking fail

Hi guyz,

I tried to overclock my Intel celeron D 331 with a Asus P5B-VM. But when I pass a cpu frequency of 147, the system doesn't boot up anymore. I just
installed a watercooling kit to overclock it... And now it seems to fail. Does anybody have a clue? Because I tried everyting and it doesn't seem to work out. I'm running on BIOS 0901.

These are my settings:

JumperFree:

CPU frequency: 148
DRAM frequency: 533 MHz
PCI Express frequency: 100
Spread spectrum : Disabled
Memory voltage: 1.90
VCore Voltage: 1.35

CPU configuraton:

Ratio CMOS setting: 20
Max CPUID Value limit: Disabled
CPU TM Function: Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Disabled


Hope anyone can help me Just ask if you need more information!

Thx!!!!

p.s. Sorry for my bad english.. I'm a dutchieeee
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  1. Overclock that cpu ?
    Is it worthy ?
    Increase the fsb and v core.
    Check maximum recommended v core range for your cpu -And dont go beyond that-
  2. 55Range said:
    Overclock that cpu ?
    Is it worthy ?
    Increase the fsb and v core.
    Check maximum recommended v core range for your cpu -And dont go beyond that-


    Well, it's for a school project.. I know the processor and mobo are not so good, but that doesn't matter.
    I did increase the fsb and the v core.. And still it's not booting.
  3. What kind of memory do you have?

    Your memory settings may be limiting your overclock. Find a BIOS setting that will set your memory clock to twice your FSB frequency.

    And it may be that you have reached the limits of your CPU chip.
  4. /me goes off topic

    HAHA, i like your nick :D
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