I just upgraded to Windows 7 Pro 64bits and added 2 gigs of extra memory.
I been overclocking my Intel E2180 for quite a long time now(since I got it) and these following settings always worked.
I have a Gigabyte P35-DS3L
Step 1: load into BIOS Step 2: press ctrl + F1 to get advanced options Step 3: go to M.I.T Step 4: keep cpu ration at 10x Step 5: Enable cpu host clock control Step 6: Change cpu host frequency(MHz) to 300 Step 7: Change PCI Express Frequency(MHZ) to 100 Step 8: Change System memory multipler(SPD) to 3.0 Step 9: Change DRAM Timing Selectable(SPD) to Manual Step 10: Change CAS Latency time to 4 Step 11: Change DRM RAS# toCAS# Delay to 4 Step 12: Change DRAM RAS# Precharge to 4 Step 13: Change Precharge delay(TRAS) to 12 Step 14: Change system voltage Control to Auto Step 15: Save and Exit
NOw when I do this it reboots and it trys to load up and fails and then resets itself. I don't know why this does not work anymore. Can it because of windows 7 or the extra memory?