|We need to know the make/model of your motherboard & the type/speed of RAM you're using. Overclocking should be done thru the BIOS - if you have an OEM system (Dell, HP, Gateway, etc) there's probably very little you can do.|
The AXP 2200+ is supposed to run at 1.8GHz (13.5 x 133MHz). The multiplier is most likely locked at 13.5x. It's very important to run a CPU:DRAM frequency ratio of 1:1, anything else will result in a performance hit. In other words, if the CPU freq is 133MHz, the RAM freq should also be 133MHz, if the CPU freq is 145MHz, the RAM freq should be 145MHz, etc. And depending on your motherboard, you should be running either PC133, DDR266, or DDR333/DDR400 underclocked to DDR266 speed (133MHz).
If possible, the AGP bus should be locked at 67MHz. There's nothing to be gained by increasing it any higher, except system instability. And voltages should NOT be increased unless absolutely necessary.
Post your board info & the RAM specs & I'll suggest some overclock settings to try.