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    Angry Intel 815EEA2 OC Problems

    I have on old Intel 815EEA2 mobo with the Intel 815 chipset and 996mhz pIII. That I want to OC as much as possible since it's my old computer and I don't really care if something happens to it. However, I can't find a way to do it. The BIOS is useless, and I can't fin anything that works. I've tried setFSB, but I only get errors when I run that. Does anybody have any ideas that might help?

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    I don't think Intel has ever encouraged overclocking. If you want to OC that chip you will have to get another mobo with a bios that allows you to OC.

    Sorry if this is like a month too late, I just saw it.
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