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Old 08-18-2010, 11:50 PM   #1
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Exclamation Overclocking my Intel Celeron D 360, what is my PLL number?

I have the program ClockGen and I'm going to overclock my processor since I demand more performance and I'm too cheap for a new processor (not to happy spending close to $150 for a half way decent one) and speedfan, my CPU cruises at around 47C, so that means I have plenty of room to overclock (the temperature limit is 60C, right?)

All I need is my PLL number so I can start over-clocking, and I've used CPU-Z to help me. I don't want to open up my computer, for obvious reasons, so here is the info:


If you need any more information, i will be glad to provide it for you !

Thank you very much in advance!
Old 08-19-2010, 01:14 AM   #2
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if you open your computer you can find it so easily.
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Old 08-21-2010, 01:18 PM   #4
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look for the crystal, and the chip with the number is almost always close in not right next to it.
the crystal is the shiny metal piece that almost resembles a pill.
ive notice on a lot of proprietary motherboards the chip its self has nothing on it.
i use to run a sony pvc-rs420 and it had a asus p4sd-vx
and all i could fine on fsbcpu/speedfan was a asus p4sd-vl. it worked like a charm. so try and find something thats close to your motherboard and give it a try.
i have no idea if this is bad for the mobo, but use caution as it could mess stuff up.
get your self cupid if you have not already. good luck and happy stressing!

as i didnt look at the pic, you already have all the good stuff!

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Old 08-22-2010, 10:49 PM   #5
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also try a program called SETFSB

on main site do a search and type in your your mobo modle and see what they have as long as its close it should work

whats your mobo model and manufacture?
Old 08-23-2010, 04:05 AM   #6
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you're trying to overclock an HP! unfortunately, computers from the likes of HP, Dell, Gateway, Acer, eMachines, etc don't overclock easily...they're actually designed to prevent overclocking...and your celeron is already really highly clocked and it won't go much higher anyway.

unfortunately, that machine of yours is pretty much maxed out so your primary recourse would be to get a new computer
if you insist on sticking with it, an upgrade to dual core would go pretty far, or maybe you could find a core 2 duo e4300 on ebay, which is the best CPU that mobo officially supports. Don't bother buying a 45nm CPU because it won't work.

link to mobo on hp's website
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