Not to be abrupt, but I wouldn't go overclocking a Pentium too much at this stage, they're quite old and you could damage it beyond about 3 Ghz. I reckon that's your safe point to stop... Or I would invest the money in a new CPU altogether, maybe an Ivy Bridge i3 or a budget i5 perhaps?
As you can see the temperature is lower than the previous one so it's doing okay.
I'm going to go up to 3,500MHz to try it out, I will probably stop there or try 3,300 or lower afterwards. Because my Bus Speed is at 200MHz and my DRAM Freq is at 400MHz, thus making my ratio 1:2, I want to double my bus speed so that the ratio goes to 1:1. Any clue on doing this?
I have set my CPU Host CC Enabled, the System Voltage is at 1.4375 (recommended max is 1.450) and I set my CPU Host Freq to 250. I also set my CPU Clock Ratio to 13x (from 9x).
I assume to 1:1 my FSB : DRAM, I want to change my System Memory Frequency?
The options are Auto, 2.66, 3, and 4. Which do I want? It is currently set to auto.
I have the same processor and motherboard I overclocked it at 3Ghz and I would like to do the same like you, Can you give me more especifications of your PC? Do you use stock cooler or what? and the multiplier exactly and other details
Thank you and sorry for my bad English, i'm Spanish :S