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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    San Francisco, CA

    is my pc OC'ed?

    i just have a few questions about my comp, i built it just recently. i left everything in BIOS automatic and i dont think i overclocked anything. anyway here are the stats i see in MSI Fuzzy Logic 4 (a utility that monitors your CPU). it says it is 2277.0 MHz (i have P4 2.26 GHz 533FSB), and 17 x 134.0 (supposed to be 133?). plus my CPU voltage constantly changes from 1.44 to 1.47 V, my CPU temp goes from 37 degrees Celcius into the early 40s. my CPU fan speed is 2636 rpm.

    is all of that stuff normal?

    more info in my sig

    Intel Pentium 4 2.26 GHz 533 Mhz FSB
    512MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM
    MSI 648 Max MS-6585 Motherboard
    160GB 7200RPM ATA/133 8MB Cache Maxtor Hard Disk
    30GB 7200RPM ATA/133 Maxtor Hard Disk
    ASUS V9280 GeForce 4 Ti4200 w/ AGP 8X Graphics Card
    Hercules Gamesurround Fortissimo III 7.1 Sound Card
    Logitech Z-640 5.1 Speaker System
    MSI 48x16x48 CD-RW Drive
    MSI 16X DVD-ROM Drive
    ViewSonic PF790 19" Flat Color Monitor

    Microsoft Windows XP Pro
    My Games - GTA: VC, GTA 3, C&C: Generals, BF 1942 + RtR, R6 3: Raven Shield, RalliSport Challenge, Flight Simulator 2004, Unreal Tournament 2k3, Unreal 2, Midnight Club 2, SOF 2, MOHAA, Splinter Cell, Americas Army, PlanetSide, CS, Pro Race Driver, NFS6 HP2, Sim City 4, Blitzkrieg, NOLF2, Doom 3 Alpha, Midtown Madness 2, Red Faction

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2000
    London, England
    Originally posted by Justintime
    all current intel cpus are locked, and no way to unlock. If you want 2.26 you just need to maually specify 133Mhz, won't worry though, lots of boards give 134 just to make sure the cpu actually operates minimally at stock speed and a 10Mhz overclock is just about 100% guranteed not to cause any issues with modern processors. ( its 2266, not 2260)
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