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Old 08-21-03, 12:16 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Question How high should I expect to OC a 2400+ AIUHB (TbredB)


My friend is giving my this chip since he went dual Barton 2500+ on a MSI dual board. I want to know how high of an OC should I expect with the CPU. It will be running in the system below. Thanks.


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They all average between 2.2 and 2.4.

It depends on the rest of the system.

Samsung DDR333 PC2700? Awsome.

Cooling? Interestingly your overclockers sig contains info about your ethernet card, DVD, and CDRW.

Who needs cooling info at overclockers?


Post that cooling info man (hopefully in something other than blinding blue), brand of power supply, you know the drill...


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Well the PS is some freeby one that came with a case I have. I plan on upgrading to a good quality one soon tho, which is good. So far the voltages are fine tho with the freeby PSU (monitored with digi doc).

Cooling is a Maxxxpert Micro Water Cooling Kit. It works well except for the 80mm rad... I put 2 Volcano 11 fans on it and now it cools very good for its size, rofl.



I also will be changing the blue font.. too hard to read. lol.

EDIT: BTW PSU is 350W.

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