Overclock celeron processor

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Does anyone know how to overclock a 2.0 ghz celeron processor on a soyo motherboard?
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I moved this to hardware. You'll probably get a better answer here.
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What model Soyo is it?
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SY-P4I 845PE
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Try :

http://www.pcguide.com.au/Reviews/Mothe ... /page1.php

Page 9 has details on the Overclock, or try :

http://www.extremetech.com/?kc=ETGL10407KTX2B0000710

an OC forum.
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dont expect much from a celeron is all i have to say...
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celeron's don't have any cache memory, unlike Pentium 4. This creates a "bottleneck", since your 2Ghz aren't exploited to the max without the cache memory. Overclocking it won't give you any better performance.

Pentium 4 eXtreme has 2mb cache - which makes it so extreme. Normal P4's have 512k...

You might wanna get more RAM instead :shock:
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Or just get a new board and Mobo ?

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