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well, me and my friend are gonna try to OC an old Pentium 150 tomorrow night to have sum fun. What is the best way to do it? can i use CPUFSB (software) tweak the mobo, what?
 

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Since tomorrow is today now, have you o/c that old p150? If not it is good to change it to 166 (fsb 66 x2,5) but that won't help much. It's ancient... :p
 

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I don't think the old pentium motherboards have softFSB. You might have to do it manually through jumpers, which I don't have any experience with (I distinctly remember something about jumper 11??). Back when I had my old Pentium 100 my friend came over and overclocked it to 120. That extra speed really helped for 3D gaming :), but didn't do anything for Windows. :(
 

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nah, today we removed the linux partitions and formated the HD.. ehehe, this will be fun, maybe i can melt the cooler mwaha...

uh, the problem is that he doesnt have the Mobo's instruction book, so its kinda a shot in the dark...
 

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some mobos have a little manual printed on it (either near the jumpers or on it's back), but some don't. :p
If you can, burn that thing for me!:D :D :D
 

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Most of mobo´s have their number(model) printed on it
its easy to find the manual over the net
i did this once, with my old pentium 233 MMX, the mobo was a asus, but i didnt have the manual, so i looked and found some numbers and letters
put this in a search engine like google or altavista
hope it helps
 
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