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How to speed up the processor - Speeding up computers
Raising the CPU clock speed is one way to get better performance in demanding applications, especially in games
Raising the CPU clock speed is one way to get better performance in demanding applications, especially in games. Before you proceed with raising the processor clock speed, it is important to note that this procedure can cause system instability or permanently damage the processor, and you lose the guarantee. Although the processor does not approve of changing the frequency on the market, there are models that are designed specifically for enthusiasts who want to extract maximum processing power. To embark on this venture you will need kavalitetnija motherboard, some of the newer processors and high-quality refrigerator (never work with the original cooler that came with the processor). Accelerate the process and all P4 systems, the BIOS in your computer, lift speed processor (FSB - front side bus) bus. There are motherboards and programs that can set the bus speed from the operating system. The multiplier is a number that is multiplied with the fundamental frequency, and from that you get the actual speed of the processor. FSB x Multiplier = Speed in MHz should also be noted that there is a real and effective FSB frequency. Heres an example: Todays newer processors have a 800MHz bus. The right frequency of the processor is 200MHz, but the quad-pumped architecture in a single clock is transmitted 4 information and because it says that "has" 800MHz. (200x4 = 800) All P4 have such architecture, the difference is only in the speed of the bus. Lets say an older processor that has a 533MHz effective bus is in fact true 133MHz (133x4 = 533). So when calculating the speed of the processor takes the actual speed of the bus and multiplied by the multiplier. If you do not know how much you simply divide the multiplier speed processor bus speed. Eg P4 2800MHz (800MHz bus): 2800 / 200 = 14 Why divide by 200 rather than 800 written above. This processor has a multiplier 14th When P4 is not can change the multiplier, so even with the newer Athlon, because we are limited to the FSB overklokiranja. If this all seems confusing here is a summary of the essential: For overclocking we use the right bus speed, which is currently moving from 100 to 200MHz. If we multiply by 4 we get an effective speed that we see on the boxes (800, 533, 400). Multiplier is not essential for overclocking, but I was good to know. Multiplier x Bus (real speed) = Speed in MHz