View Full Version : Overclocking Pentium III 450 MHz
11-07-99, 04:46 PM
How should I overclock my Pentium III 450 MHz with QS440VA Motherboard (Specs: http://www.bcmgvc.com/products/QS440VA.htm) - please help.
Sorry man I have heard(but not sure)that Intel has locked down the PIII series.The chip will not operate unless the Nave settings are used.
Use the Abit BE6 mother board and you can over clock the 450 mhz pIII to 558MHZ.
running mine @697
the problem with this m/B is that it may be an Intel board, thus no clocking possibilities.
12-03-99, 06:01 PM
So, you are running a PIII 450 at 690+MHz.
Since the 450 uses a 100MHZ FSB and a 4.5 multiplier, you must be running a 150+MHZ FSB.
Too bad your RAM is melted, your hard drive on fire, and all your PCI cards have been destroyed. http://www.speedguide.net/ubb/wink.gif
Do the world a favor, kill yourself. :)
12-03-99, 11:14 PM
dbretton summed it up exactly right. RADZ is F.O.S. (full of sh..). You'll only burn your system up trying.-*
12-04-99, 09:45 PM
yea this doods quick - 450mhz at 100fbs - cant get close to 690 - most it could get with standard cooling is 464 - Maybe :]
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