Let me explain a bit, it's not really OEM, but at the same time, it is. It uses some OEM parts such as the motherboard, processor, CPU Fan, and the power source, but it has a custom Hard Drive, DVD/CD Drive, and video card. My question is, what possible program can I use to overclock my 2.8 GHz Socket 478 Pentium 4, since I know the bios is locked? I am currently using an AGP XFX Radeon 4650, which I overclocked to as far as I can safely go, but I need to push the processor a bit more until I can get a replacement PC. What possible program could I use to overclock the CPU? I tried CPU FSB and Clock Gen, CPU FSB didn't work because I use Windows 7, and Clock Gen just didn't work for some reason.
For overclocking the problem is that the Dell BIOS does not allow it program or not! You can look on the internet for a modified BIOS (I have come a cross them in the past) but Overclock on that CPU is not going to help much. Just beware a bad BIOS flash can leave your computer useless.
to overclock it you will either flash your bios with a moded one or need to change your board
otherwise you cannot overclock it
oem blocks some features of board which are necceasorry for overclocking.