|I did a search of the board model & came up with ECS Max-MCP73V(HIS) which I suspect is an OEM board. ECS generally doesn't give its boards names like that so my guess is it's based on the GF7050VT-M. Does it look similar to this one?|
If what you have is an OEM board, I doubt you'll be able to overclock. What make/model computer are you working with? Have you checked the BIOS settings to see if the FSB, PCIe, memory, & voltage settings can be changed? We also need to know what speed DDR2 RAM you have, plus 1.5GB isn't very much. Assuming you have Win7 32-bit, your system would run MUCH better with 3GB. Adding more RAM would produce much better results than overclocking the CPU. Adding more RAM, a decent video card, AND overclocking would be the trifecta!
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