I have an Intel Celeron E3300 core duo at 2.50 GHz and 800 FSB. I want to up it to 3.33 GHz and 1066 FSB. Motherboard is ECS G31t-M7 and supports it. Here's a picture of my actual CPU: enter image description here


Job done. I went for the same 2 dots as on the picture. Bus went from 200 to 266 Mhz, Rated FSB jumped from 800 to 1066 Mhz. CPU runs at 3333 Mhz now. If anyone has a similar CPU architecture and wants more power, don't hesitate to go for it, it's free and it's worth it. My CPU temperature is well in the safe range after the intervention. Here's the end result:

enter image description here enter image description here Here's the end result

  • What's the second image? – Journeyman Geek Nov 15 '14 at 13:08
  • It's a snapshot of RealTemp. It shows that temperature is well within the safe range and that the processor is running at 3333 Mhz/core. – Dimoff Nov 15 '14 at 15:46

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