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Tolemac
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2003 8:17 pm    Post subject: What is your highest overclock? Reply with quote

Ok guys, it's about time we found out just how high you have been able to overclock. All you need to do is list your Mobo, CPU, RAM, cooling and what settings you have it at in the BIOS. I'll start the CPU cooking here and just copy & paste the format and supply your info.

MOBO: Abit KX7-333R

CPU: Athlon XP1700+ Thoroughbred

Ram: 256Mb PC2700 CAS2.5 Crucial

Cooling: Thermaltake Volcano 7+

BIOS Settings: 144MHz FSB/12.5x multiplier/CAS 2.5, everything else on fastest settings.

So, I have very easily (meaning ZERO stability problems) overclocked my XP1700+ to an XP2200+ (1.47GHz to 1.81GHz) and I didn't change the fan setting from the LOW position. I will continue to see just how high this Tbred will go, but for right now, that's the best overclock I've ever done with an AMD CPU. wink

Let's see what you got! owned
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2003 3:05 pm    Post subject: Check this out in pentiums 4 faster is always not better (p4 Reply with quote

As you see ive had to much time on my hand I tried Clock Speed-Vs-Memory Bandwith as you can see by my benchmarks when I speed up the cpu and lower down the memory bandwith I got a lower score on test 3 of ut2003 but when I lowered down my cpu and brought my memory bandwith up my score beat of test 2 beat the $%^!@# out of test 3
all 3 test where run after the system ran stable no effects and my radeon running stock



Pentuim 4 2.26 (2.26) crying (2.43) big grin (2.53)
Cpu:Dram Clock 4:5 4:5 1:1
Cpu Clock 133 143 148
Dram Frequency 166x2 179x2 148x2
Cpu Vcore Select 1.625v 1.675v 1.675v
DDR voltage select 2.6v 2.6v 2.6v
Agp voltage select 1.6v 1.6v 1.6
Temp 45c 46c 47c
Current system specs

Pentium 4 2.2 overclocked to 2.4 mhz 533 cool
Soyo P4S DRAGON ultra
512mb samsung ddr 2700
ATI Radeon 9700pro 128mb
32X TDK cdrw
48X TDK cd rom
40 gig wd hd 7200 rpm
30 gig wd hd 5200 rpm
30 gig wd hd 5200 rpm
Antec Case With window and light and 450pwr

UT 2003 Bench Mark
Test 1
Flyby:123.406792
Botmatch :51.866714
Resolution : 1024x768
Test 2
Flyby:165.798340
Botmatch :56.857349
Resolution : 1024x768
Test 3
Flyby:162.502060
Botmatch :56.033195
Resolution : 1024x768
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2003 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My best OC To date? Since i don't have my P4 2 GHz yet - it have to say it occured with my old P3 1.2 GHz

Before
Motherboard: ASUS TUSL2-C
Processor: Pentium III 1200 MHz
Ram: 512 MB generic SDRAM
FSB: 133 Mhz
Voltage: 1.475v
39c processor temperature - full load
Cooling - Unknown Manufacturer - Copper heatsink, 23 CFM fan.

After
Motherboard: ASUS TUSL2-C
Processor: Pentium III 1500 MHz
Ram: 512 MB generic SDRAM
FSB: 166 Mhz
Voltage: 1.475v
40c processor temperature - full load
Cooling - Unknown Manufacturer - Copper heatsink, 23 CFM fan.

It was sweet while i had it... then i upgraded to a cellie 1.7 (which wont even OC 10%)
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2003 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lets see, had a couple good ones..

I'll skip the no-brainer C300@550 lachen

MOBO: Asus P3V4X
CPU: Celeron533A@800
Ram: 128MB Crucial CL-2
Cooling: Alpha PEP66T w/7k Delta
BIOS Settings: 100FSB, 2-2-5, 4 way interlaced

MOBO: Abit BX6-2
CPU: Celeron1.2T@1488
Ram: 256MB Crucial CL-2
Cooling: Alpha6035 w/7k Delta & 100W Peltier
BIOS Settings: 124FSB, 2-2-5

AMD stats to follow, as soon as I get this EpoX system stable.
Unlocked my first XP chip, still playing with settings.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2003 7:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mobo: Giga-Byte 8IHXP
CPU: P4 2.4ghz 533 fsb
RAM: 512MB PC800 Samsung Rambus
Cooling: Volcano 7+ at low
BIOS: 156FSB Vcore @ 1.65

My temps are incredibly low so I could raise it much higher, but sadly with this board 156FSB is the highest it will go. Im running at 2.81 ghz.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2003 8:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My 1.7 celeron is running at 2.06 and has been for many months now, can have it up to 2.2 but tends to be unstable.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2003 10:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

how'd you get the cellie up to 2 GHz? mine hits 1.956 w/ 1.8v Core, anything higher and she wont post (stock cooling, 44c)
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2003 10:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I left the volt at stock and upped the FSB to 125, I average temps at low 50's useing the pc alert program, but my temp is probably lower than that but not by much I'm sure. Whenever I try to up the voltage I become unstable, most of the time I cant even boot, but found if I leave it at 1.75 and just up the FSB I am good to go, as I said, 2.04 is exactly where it is now and has been for quite some time.

I cant think of anything else I may have done....memory is 266mghz ddr2100, other than that, noting special.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2003 10:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

it might have also been the fact that you're working with an MSI board... i've heard of cellie 2 GHz hitting 3 Ghz on MSI boards. Myself, i may not be so lucky (using the acorp 8d845a in all) which wont even let me use a 133 MHz fsb (if anyone can grab the amnual and make some sense of it i'd be grateful, as in mine 100/100/33 and 33/33/33 have the same jumper configs)
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2003 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think so too, in fact my whole computer is nothing but MSI products, dvd, cd burner, agp card tv tuner the works, if they made a audio card I be a happy camper, I made the pc from scratch, modded the case by hand and it just got out of control, best parts, all thermaltake fans everything top of the line. It's a good thing I am single and live alone, the only way I could aford all this. But it was fun and in the long run it has payed off, I visit MSI forums often and see nothing but people putting down and haveing trouble with the products, but I am a firm believer of sticking with one product manufacturer and because of that, I have had NO problems at all. Kind of like putting a stereo system together and going with a sony left speaker, a pioneer right speaker, mitsubishi center speaker ect...ect.. your only asking for trouble not too mention crappy sound at best. Just my thoughts though.

By the way, my name is Paul...nice too meet ya!
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