Overclocking P4 to 4ghz on OEM!!!!!

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    IMO, that will be one dead Dell, very soon.
     
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    Not really. It survived 91 hours of prime 91 torture test.
     
  4. IGNITE

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    Ive seen 4 ghz on the P4 5 series hundreds of times(most of those on xtremeforums LOL). But I wouldnt recommend this on a DELL, really just poor componets on DELLs
     

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    Yes, I know you've seen 4ghz p4 5 series. What I want to know if I can solder the P4 5 series in the same way as that guy did on his 6 series at xtreme systems forums!!
     
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    What makes you say that? Just because a Dell can't be overclocked?
     
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    I never said anything about dells not being able to be oveclocked!?

    Dells come with cheap parts therefore it wouldnt be wise to overclock them to such extreme speeds. But yes you can solder it, its not that hard
     
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    damn!! 4ghz on a dell??!! that is crazy...
     
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    Yeah. At hard OCP, someone is trying 4.5GHz. How do I solder? Wonder if it works on a p4 5 series. The layout may be different.
     
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    My girlfriend has a dell and i would say that some of the parts they use are cheap like the ram and the motherboards. And they are some of the more important parts in my opinion. And if they do use a decent brand of part it usually a older version that is nolonger available.
     
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    heh in case you guys wanna know my current rig on the right is using Generic cheap ram while my other pc Dell 2.2Ghz Celeron came with branded ram by Infineon which isnt bad is it??????

    Sometimes ppl need to know wtf is actually in a Dell before saying they use cheap parts

    I have to agree that 200 Watt PSU on the 2.2 Celeron Dell pc is kinda cheap though

    But they're Motherboards are no longer proprietary anymore so a kick ass Antec/Enermax/Thermaltake could be used if I wanted to:O
     
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    Their motherboard are still manufactured by them, areb't they? But you can make use of any other PSU to power the board. I've tried using a different PSU and it works.
     

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