Ocing a SB51G

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Ocing a SB51G

Postposted on Wed May 28, 2003 12:11 am

I am the proud owner of a SB51G, and I want to put my P4 1.6A and overclock it :) It was doing just fine in a SS51G at 133FSB but I can't seem to set the FSB to 133. Is this insurmountable? Is there an updated BIOS I could try or a jumper I missed?
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Postposted on Thu May 29, 2003 2:59 am

can't do it.


When I had my SB51G, I could do 100-132 on a 100 fsb p4, and 133-+ on a 133 fsb p4.

The only way possible is to solder in a pull up resistor, essentially changing the proc from a 100 fsb to a 133 fsb.


As documented here : http://www.tech-report.com/forums/viewt ... +overclock
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Postposted on Thu May 29, 2003 3:06 am

Crap, thanks DiM :P Since someone threw a SiS 645 motherboard at me maybe I'll stick that proc in that and get a 533 processor for the cube, since other than that I love the little guy....
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