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Can anyone help me to overclock a celeron 635 mhz a qdi advance 9 motherboard (via apollo pro 133) ?
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SysOpt.com Forum wrote:
Ever heard of "Plan 9 from outta space" ? - the worst movie of all time.

Well "Advance 9 from outta China" is the worst socket 370 motherboard of all time, forget using AGP and stick with PCI unless you want your GEforce2 to turn into a SiS and RAM performance seems to be below 72pin EDO stakes..

This board is useful for ONE thing and that is testing Celeron and P3 CPUs which have been pulled from systems for signs of life before resale, other than that it`s a waste of space, PCI slots and DIMM sockets.

Did Ed Wood design this? well, if so, they really SHOULD have put pics of Bela Lugosi, Vampira and Tor Johnson on the box, as he should have stuck to makin` movies


Don't think overclocking is that boards specialty.
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any suggestions anyway?
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I don't think you can. The chips are locked so you can't change the multiplier. Most boards only unlock the FSB speed. Even then, that type of board, I doubt it would incude that functionality.

I would have to say that it would not be possible and/or prudent to overclock such a system.

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