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08-27-03, 03:35 AM
hi all,i am pretty new to oc ing but i would like to know if someone in this forum could help me out.the only adjustments made so far are to multiplyer 7.0x 15.0x to 8.0x 16.0x and vcore 1.7.shows a 2600+ at 2.13 ghz.but would like to get a bit more from my rig.is this possible? or am i maxed out.any tips or hints would be great
08-27-03, 06:12 AM
Welcome to the forums.
Cooling info is what's helpful in the sig, not so much sound cards, cdrw etc.
Also, brand of power supply.
What is your FSB, temps (you're using something other then retail heatsink, right?)
Reading this may also help:
2100+ AIUHB 0248 MPMW
256MB Crucial PC2100 + 2x 256MB Kingston (Hynix chip) PC2100 @ 6 3 3 2
 FSB x 15 = 2280 MHz @ 1.8 Vcore with memory frequency at 100%  @ 2.77 Vdimm
37(min) C to 46(max) C Winter ; 42(min) C to 50(max) C Summer
Thermalright SK-7 with variable speed 80x25mm YS-Tech FD1281259B-2F
BFG GeForce4 Ti4200 8X 128MB; Antec SX-835II case ; 350W Antec SmartPower SL350
08-27-03, 07:23 AM
wecome to the forums.
You should be able to get more. but first lets get some free perfomance from the chip by staying at stock spead and voltage and pusshing the fsb up.
set the multi low so that the chip speed is the same or less than stock. then put the fsb up to 166 mhz. this should boot no problem. next get prime http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft.htm and just check that the chip is happy with its new fsb. some chips will do better than others on an fsb overclock.(probably will be fine.)
then put up the multiplyer and voltage till you reach a nice stable overclock at a reasonable speed.
then run prime again. let it run as the torture test for hours and hours to check for stability then leave the pc looping 3d mark. this will test the pc is not pushed too far.
at 166 on that board all your devices will run on a stock pci clock of 33 mhz. so they should not ba a problem.
check out the frount page www.overclockers.com there is lots of useful stuf about airflow, heat sinks and moding.
good luck and welcome to the addiction.
after youve done this wich should be no problem witha good heatsink, airflow and psu you will probly get more. experiment with the pci looks in the bios and see how high you can take the FSB
Also with all the new power at your disposal put some of those idle cycles to use and check out the distributed computing teams.
08-28-03, 08:39 PM
my fsb is at 133 ,psu is antec 350w smart blue,1 front and 1 rear fans both antec.stock hsf will upgrade real soon.temps reach 54c after intense gaming(4to7 hours)bf 1942 mohaa,max payne etc.
aftermath,addiction is right man.just want a little bit more and stability.and of course to say i am a member of overclockers.com.i will get to tinkering tomorrow and post results.keep the info coming guys.YOU ROCK!!!!!!
P.S. IKNOW IKNOW NEED BETTER HSF
will update sig
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