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    O/C an HP6460.......lord_gumby, maybe?

    I have a question regarding o/c my HP 6460 (cel400). lord_gumby seemed to help the last guy who posted about an HP, so I thought I'd give it a try. Here's what they provide on HP's site. I was going to buy a new mobo and pIII, but if I can o/c my celery on this board, I'll wait a little bit. Thanks in advance!

    http://support.hp.com/cds/showpage/c...6.htm#P39_1818
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    Zodder. You could try changing the cpu bus frequency to 100mhz, but that is a bit of a chance on the celeron 400. That would be putting the processor at 600mhz and I don't believe that motherboard could handle it. You also don't apear to have any voltage options on that board and to overclock the processor that much would definetly require raising the voltage. Good cooling will also be essential in the stability of the processor at 600mhz.

    I don't believe it will work, but it certanly is possible. I would try it, without any expectations for victory. If it dosn't work you can always set it back to default. You most likely will have to buy a new board to overclock this one. Some thing with settings between 66mhz and 100mzh.

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    depending on which HP you have, is everything integrated into the motherboard or seporate cards. I have seen HP has been doing this.

    The best advice I can give is to get a new motherboard. for under $150 US delevered it would be a wise choice to do it. just make sure that it has some FSB settings between 92 and 100 mhz.
    whatever

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