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Hello everyone! I recently put together my first PC. Here are some of the specs:

 

ASUS P5LD2-VM Socket T (LGA 775) Intel 945G Micro ATX Intel Motherboard

Intel Celeron D 331 Prescott 533MHz FSB 256KB L2 Cache LGA 775 64-Bit Processor w/ Execute Disable Bit

1 gig Corsair RAM

420 Watt PSU

 

So, as of right now, I just set my BIOS to "Overclock Profile" at 5%. I've went from 2.66 to 2.79 and am running around 35C. Should I set it up manually instead? Thanks for any help! :D

 

EDIT: Make that 10% and 2.93 Ghz. :D

Edited by KingOfMetal
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Auto overclocking is unreliable at best.

Start with a 10% manual OC if it's ok

try 15%, add a little more Chipset and Core voltage (little)

then slowly creap upwards at 2 or 3 ticks each time.

you may need to relax your DDR settings for a higher OC

Relaxed settings are higher not lower :)

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Auto overclocking is unreliable at best.

Start with a 10% manual OC if it's ok

try 15%, add a little more Chipset and Core voltage (little)

then slowly creap upwards at 2 or 3 ticks each time.

you may need to relax your DDR settings for a higher OC

Relaxed settings are higher not lower :)

 

That's what I was thinking, my only problem was which settings to change, how much, etc.

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  • 5 months later...

I have the same board like yours but the Deluxe version and the same procesor.

Using the AIBooster I used the 30% overclocking profile, the Celeron runs at 4.2Ghz air cooled with no problems so you should get easy around there to with no need for voltage increase .

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