Results 1 to 5 of 5
  1. #1

    Overclocking, emachines, and you(trigem boards)

    Recently, while looking for a way to overclock my 1.8 willy on an emachines t1842 mobo(trigem imperial), i found a way to overclock it by the way of hardware mods:

    http://www.geocities.com/enigmadeadsouls/overclocking/

    My PLL is the 950201, so i would go here.

    It looks a bit, ok, a lot harder than normal overclocking, but it does work, as seen in a testimonial there. I'm not going to attempt it at the moment(broken left arm), but i think this could be useful to anyone wanting to OC an emacines. As always, be careful.
    A64-3000 C0 @2407.1 mhz
    Kingston Valueram Hynix @ 260mhz 2.5-4-4-7
    350w turbolink psu
    Gigabyte K8N pro nf3-150
    PNY 5900SE@460/975 w/RL Bios
    heat

  2. #2
    Clockgen (http://www.cpuid.org/clockgen.php) can already overclock OEM machines within Windows. I've tried this with my sony vaio and it works fine (can't go too high though because of lack of an AGP lock). No need to get so complicated

  3. #3
    Ah, but a vaio is not an emachine

    The emachines, dells and compaqs use trigem boards, which cannot be overclocked by software means.
    A64-3000 C0 @2407.1 mhz
    Kingston Valueram Hynix @ 260mhz 2.5-4-4-7
    350w turbolink psu
    Gigabyte K8N pro nf3-150
    PNY 5900SE@460/975 w/RL Bios
    heat

  4. #4
    Member Cobalt's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    Location
    England
    Wow I have the stuff I'd need but I'm not sure I'd risk it. The eMachines is our family computer so hardmods are a no-no for me. Looks ineresting though and I'll be looking forwards tosee how this turns out!

    edit: oops old(ish) thread

  5. #5
    I'm quite happy someone found the link, actually XP
    It was a very interesting link for me, but unfortunately, not many other people felt the same
    A64-3000 C0 @2407.1 mhz
    Kingston Valueram Hynix @ 260mhz 2.5-4-4-7
    350w turbolink psu
    Gigabyte K8N pro nf3-150
    PNY 5900SE@460/975 w/RL Bios
    heat

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •