What is your highest overclock?

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Postby joeyscales » Sat Feb 22, 2003 12:30 am

MOBO: Gigabyte 8PE667 ultra

CPU: P4 1.8 Ghz

Ram: 512 mb pc2700 Mushkin

Cooling: Koolance Exos,cpu-200 w/b,m/b chipset w/b,Swiftech video w/b

BIOS Settings: 140 mhz Cpu host Freq. Memory Frequency 372, Cpu Voltage 1.575

Running at 2.52 Ghz at a temp of 27c, Stable.
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Postby Tulatin » Mon Feb 24, 2003 2:42 pm

Currently, I've Got A Cellie 1.7 OC'd To 1.99 GHz (117x17, Voltage @ 1.8) if i try to push it any further, it wont post... Oh well, a near 290 mhz increase, only carying a 4c temp raise (On stock cooling!!!) is great to me!
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Postby orion9727 » Thu Feb 27, 2003 11:58 pm

p4s8x with 2.53 p4dragon4 no fan switch motherboard controlled smart cooling set on low,145 fsb for 2.755 ghz ,vcore set at 1.525 and ram set at 2t,3t,5t.this is not pushed to the max but i rather be safe than sorry,my next plan is to quiet this machine,my old machine was a dell 4100 with an 866 mhz pIII it only had one fan cpu/case ,my big machine has two power fans,3 case fans ,and a loud cpu fan + the 9700 fan,way to many,and to think i almost had dual intake fans-what was i smoking?i going to feel for any one that plops in a 3.06+ geforce fx combo..hehehe :P
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my oc's...

Postby ragejg » Fri Feb 28, 2003 12:38 pm

2001:

GA-7ZMMH (km266)
Duron 600 @ 900

2002:

GA-7VTXE+ (kt266a)
Athlon T-Bird 1.33 @ 1.5
then...
XP1600+ @ 163X mhz
then...
XP1800+ @ 1700 or so... killed it...:(
then...
XP1600+ @ 1.5... bein safe till my mods are done right...
XP1600+/GA-7VTXE+

...on quest for 166fsb
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Postby Tolemac » Mon Mar 03, 2003 5:53 am

A new high for me...

MOBO: Abit KX7-333R

CPU: Athlon XP1700+ Thoroughbred B

Ram: 516Mb PC2100 CAS2.5 Crucial

Cooling: Thermaltake Volcano 7+

BIOS Settings: 166MHz FSB/12.0x multiplier/CAS 2.5, everything else on fastest settings.

Can't beat a 530MHz increase!! Finally hit the 2.0GHz mark. Benchmarked with BurnIn Pro and 3DMark 2001 SE. Perfectly stable! :D
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Postby Netraider » Mon Mar 03, 2003 9:13 am

I recently helped a friend of mine upgrade his computer from a P2 400 to a celeron 733 through use of a slot key, i have had some experience with them before when i constructed a machine using the Abit BE6 II which sits a celly 600 clocked to 900Mhz :lol:

But here is the best i/we have done 8)

MOBO: IWill BD100 +

CPU: Celly 733Mhz FC-PGA/1100Mhz - (Aopen Slot Key set to 1.85Vcore) MU068A01

Ram: 384MB (256/128 PC-133)

Cooling: Pentium III 733 Stock Heatsink

BIOS Settings: CAS set to 3/Multiplyer 11x's/FSB 100Mhz/Average temp of CPU is 25 Degree's Cel 8) (i wish there was more to add for this section but to be honest there really wasnt any settings in the IWill bios at all :cry:)
However i do belive that this board will do more as the FSB will go as high as 150Mhz :lol:, we tried at 110Mhz FS and that didnt post which tells me that the celly requires more voltage 8)

We will try to extract more speed from the celly at a later date 8)
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Postby Tulatin » Thu Mar 06, 2003 10:19 am

Currently, I've got a P4 2A Ghz at 2.4 Ghz - 120 Mhz fsb - 40c temperature - stock cooling - no voltage mods (it's so cool because i have intake fans blowing right over it... :) Running along with a 512 MB stick of CL2.5 PC2100 DDR.
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Postby hypnotik » Wed Mar 12, 2003 5:05 am

I have to add my effort:
Gigabyte 8IHXP w/ P4 2.4 @2.7 (150Mhz FSB)
Samsung 1066MHz RDRam @ 1200Mhz
Leadtek Ti4400 (320/640)
Thermaltake Volcano 7+

I want to push my FSB a little further (hopefully as high as GillianTan's), but I either have to wait for winter, or get some better cooling :lol:
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Postby Tolemac » Wed Mar 12, 2003 5:11 am

Waddaya mean better cooling?? You have one of the best hetsinks on the market. If the Volcano 7+ doesn't cool it, then there is something else wrong.
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hello

Postby Rominof » Thu Mar 13, 2003 12:38 am

well lets see the you pick the best

first system
1st-mainboard
amd T-bird 800 to 1150
fbs 100
8500 le 250 to 308 core, 250 to 285 Ram

Second system
solteck dvr5 fbs 148
AMD 1800 to 2100 1533~1768 (Pelodium core)
king max 2700 ddr .1 v increase
9500 pro 275 to 375 core and 275 to 297 memory
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