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By clintoncoulston ·
hello there i have a compac 5346 presario powered by a 400 celeron.it is only running at 66 mhz fsb can i take it up to 100 fsb.can this be done through the bios or can i jump it on the board. it is an intel board.

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by donmars In reply to motherboard settings

I refer you to this page where you will find jumper settings for what you need. Copy and paste this address in the brower address box, then go.

http://www.compaq.com/athome/support/msgs/5300/ty10jmpr.html

I hope you can understand tech information.

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by jwilczyn In reply to motherboard settings

No, you can?t do it. Celeron can work with bus speed 66MHz only. You can try to over clock it by changing bus speed only ? e.g. up to 75MHz ? 75 X 6= 450 it may work ? if m/b will accept it (this m/b may support only 66MHz bus speed ? LX m/bs don?t support 100MHz). Celoron has inbuilt an internal multiplayer (66.6 X 6 = 400) ? I tried to over clock it to 100MHz bus speed on BX m/b ? it doesn?t work- why? - 100 X 6 =600, it even didn?t won?t to work properly with 75MHz bus speed. You need BX m/bto try over clock it.

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by Butzmann In reply to motherboard settings

I'm 98 percent sure you can't. First of all very few Celerons would agree to @clock THAT high. Second -- Intel does not implement overclocking on their boards, it's their policy... Seems quite logical.

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