OC P4 2.4GHz, ASUS mobo

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Jan 23, 2007

OC P4 2.4GHz, ASUS mobo by Bill Gates03 at 2:53 AM (525 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Bill Gates03
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    I am really wanting to OC my P4 2.4GHZ cpu I have had for a while. My motherboard is an ASUS P4800SE. I currently run about 35C or below at idle.

    Here are some stats I got from my BIOS:

    P4 2.4GHz
    FSB Speed: 533MHz
    Ratio Status: Locked
    Ratio Actual Value: 18
    Vcore Voltage: 1.36V

    Now here are the option I have for OC in my BIOS:

    ADVANCED TAB
    JumperFree Config
    CPU config
    Chipset

    unneeded stuff...

    Now under JUMPERFREE CONFIG
    AI OVERCLOCK TUNER(Manual, Standard, OC 5%, OC 10%, OC 20%, OC 30%)

    Performance Mode (enhanced system performance-> (Auto, Standard, Turbo)

    AI OC TUNER-> Manual
    CPU External Freq. (100-400) currently 133
    DRAM Freq. AUTO (266,333,400,500,533MHz)
    AGP/PCI freq (66.66/33.33)(72.73,36.36)(80/40)
    CPU Core Voltage AUTO - (dif volts)
    DDR Reference Voltage - (dif volts)
    AGP VDDQ Voltage AUTO - (dif volts)

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    Now, I have tried the OC Tuner 5% preset and 10% preset. This cause system to crash, although I was at 55C idle (very dusty, now cleaned). Should I use the presets or adjust the other settings I showed?

    Is the CPU EXTERNAL FREQUENCY what I need to change?

    What exactly does the PERFORMANCE MODE do? (TURBO?)

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    Any help is greatly appreciated!!
     
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  3. Bill Gates03
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    I am now officially running at 3GHz!

    Here is what I did:

    Set CPU freq to 166MHz, then set DRAM timings to 2.5-4-4-6.
     

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