overclock pIII 500

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auxois

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Assuming your motherboard supports different bus speeds besides the standard 66 or 100mhz, you need to turn your bus speed up from 100mhz to whatever you chip and components can handle. This is usually done in either the bios or through pins on the motherboard. Example, if you turn the bus speed up to 112mhz from 100, then your cpu will be running at 560(5x112), if you turn it up to 124, it will run at 620(5x124), which is exactly what I am running at.