Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Set The Cpu Clock Speeds For A Pentium 4 3 3 Ghz With Hyper Threading

Processors can be overclocked in the BIOS menu.

The Pentium 4 is a single-core processor introduced by Intel in 2000. The Pentium 4 has been made with speeds ranging from 1.3 GHz to 3.8 GHz. The CPU clock speed refers to how fast a processor operates. The speed of a processor can be adjusted by an operation known as "overclocking." This refers to editing computer hardware performance through advanced BIOS menus.


1. Restart the computer. Before the operating system loads, the screen will display a keyboard shortcut to open the BIOS menu. Press the displayed key.

2. Use the arrow keys on your computer keyboard to navigate the BIOS menu. Highlight the "Frequency/Voltage Control" option and press "Enter."

3. Adjust the system performance to "Fastest" by using the arrow keys. Highlight the "CPU Overclock in MHz" option and increase in increments of 200 MHz. This will adjust the processor speed and make it run faster. Press the "F10" key to save your changes. Press the "Esc" key to exit from BIOS and continue booting the operating system.

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