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Old 06-07-10, 11:45 PM   #61
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Bing.. If you still have this heatsink, me wants it! hehe



I had that one when it first came out.. Modified it many times to fit other stuff in the past so i cant use it for Slot 1 CPUs anymore.. still have the original fans for it though .

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Old 06-08-10, 12:33 AM Thread Starter   #62
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Bing.. If you still have this heatsink, me wants it! hehe

I had that one when it first came out.. Modified it many times to fit other stuff in the past so i cant use it for Slot 1 CPUs anymore.. still have the original fans for it though .
That thing is now in my OC-ing gears collector items, even if I let it go, it will cost you pretty pennies, nah .. forget bout it !

Why don't you take a shot and post it here if you still have it.

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Old 06-08-10, 05:12 AM   #63
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ergh.. not enough pics in this thread...



K6-III+ @ 616mhz. Does that count? And yes it does run... if I put a power supply back into it

And reconnect the CD burner...

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Looks like an AT board in that if I'm not mistaken, from where the CPU is...

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Old 06-12-10, 02:52 PM   #64
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I like this thread!

For once I can contribute back to this forum lol. Heres a couple of Slot 1/2 boards I once O/Ced with. Back then, I'd have killed for the Slot sinks you guys have been posting. At one point, I had a custom made sink on a 933, but alas, no pictures.. Heres what I still have(still working condition )

ALR 80386 setup. First computer, last time I store bought(1992):

Whopping 4MB of RAM


Bid dady 25MHz Intel CPU


Two Slot boards that I loved.. First is a Gigabyte GA-6BXC w/ 128MB RAM and a S3 AGP card. The 350/100MHz cpu ran at 500MHz for atleast 3 years on the stock cooling. The second is another great board. ASUS P2B. I didn't get to play much with it, as I had procured a Socket A setup that took my attention..

GA-6BXC


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Hope ya'll enjoy this as much as I do. I've been looking into telnetting a BBS, but its got me lost..

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Old 06-16-10, 03:32 PM   #65
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My very first OC was with a Pentium Pro in a Compaq DeskPro 6000e or something like that.

it was a 200mhz with 1mb L2 Cache... which I paid $7 for at geeks.com.

Got hot like a stove and the heatsink that I had for it DID NOT have a fan. but I had it run while playing Diablo 2, which barely ran because PPro did not come with MMX, which what D2 required lol. that PC also had 128mb of RAM, and a 32mb TNT2 PCI card and the old Sound Blaster 16 ISA card that was nearly 12 inches long lol.

This was before I got a job and bought an Athlon 2500+ w/ nForce2 chipset board, etc... the rest is history.

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Old 10-21-10, 12:15 PM   #66
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I was digging around and found the first system I overclocked. AMD Athlon 1.4 @ 1.6 (This was a massive overclock at the time)

Notice the additional HS on the GF2 ! lol




I did have boxes of really old stuff but I binned the lot (Pentium Pro, P75)

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Old 10-22-10, 03:09 AM   #68
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Here's a small collection from the box under my desk from previous overclock experiments.
CPU's ranging from an AMD 286/10, 486DX2 66, Pentium 60-233mhz, AMD K6 200-500mhz, Cyrix 686 120+, S.478 P4 1.6-2.66ghz, Athlon 64/Phenom II, s775 p4 630 + e6320, Sun UltraSPARC IIi 550mhz.

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There's piles of motherboards in the back room for all the chips, and a few Athlon T-bird/XP combos still working, with some Slot/Socket P3 setups still working if installed in cases. Not going to picture the other boxes of heatsinks and video cards.

The best heatsink mounting setup I remember working was the Digital Alpha's with the heatsink bolted to the cpu alongside the clip for the socket. Those never overclocked all that well though without changing the clock crystal on the mb.
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Old 10-22-10, 07:32 AM   #69
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Cool I NEED Slot A stuff!


Hi all - I have a lot of older gear, but I am missing/needing at least two GFDs (Golden Finger Devices) for slot A AMD cpus. I have been wanting to do this for years, but now there is no source for them that I can find! It seems like 2 years (hell, maybe it was 8 years!) ago when I searched they were everywhere, but not now.

I know this is way old stuff, but I've still got a perfect Compaq PC, and a perfect big-name motherboard, and all the needed parts that I can use for backup units and such.

So can you guys help me out? I am willing to pay for shipping, plus a little if you want. This is obviously a budget operation.

PS - Hope this isn't in the wrong forum - I didn't know where else to put it.

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There's a local computer and electronics thrift store here that has a bunch of those round made in india heatsinks, they're heavy!

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Old 10-22-10, 11:57 AM Thread Starter   #71
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There's a local computer and electronics thrift store here that has a bunch of those round made in india heatsinks, they're heavy!
Cause that Agilent Articooler heatsink was milled from a big solid aluminium rod. Quite impressive piece of work I'd say.

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Old 10-22-10, 01:18 PM   #72
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It was socket A- can't remember what processor was in there at the time. All in good fun.

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Was searching for some tools in my closet, found some old OC gears in the shoe box here that is long forgotten.

Really, suddenly I feel very old now !

Share your old OC gears snapshot here too ! I believe many of you still have more exotic stuffs there ! So please !

Guess some of you might recognize some of this stuff don't you ?
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Proof that this aint old pic shot, latest LGA775 Intel Stock HSF at upper left corner.
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My favorite from it's golden era !
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Details from above PAL6035, just love those tight hexagonal fins ! Was state of the art at it's time !
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Another favorites from slot era ! Copper seamless join with the aluminium ! I believe some of the youngster never seen slot cpu before !
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I bet that slot one is for an PII i got a chance to see one for the first a few weeks back I said whats this? as i held up a huge heavy giant ink cartridge looking black thing my friend replied thats an pentium II i said REALLY its huge! the ones we have today are hardly bigger than a silver dollar lol

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I bet that slot one is for an PII i got a chance to see one for the first a few weeks back I said whats this? as i held up a huge heavy giant ink cartridge looking black thing my friend replied thats an pentium II i said REALLY its huge! the ones we have today are hardly bigger than a silver dollar lol
The built is really high quality and made from huge chunk of solid aluminium block for the base, and the fins are actually inserted into it using ultrasonic welding technique if I'm not mistaken. The best part is the base copper & alu join, a truly awesome piece of work.

It was made in Japan, when it comes to the metal finishing, the current Taiwan or China made top high end heatsinks simple can't beat it.


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My very first OC was with a Pentium Pro in a Compaq DeskPro 6000e or something like that.

it was a 200mhz with 1mb L2 Cache... which I paid $7 for at geeks.com.

Got hot like a stove and the heatsink that I had for it DID NOT have a fan. but I had it run while playing Diablo 2, which barely ran because PPro did not come with MMX, which what D2 required lol. that PC also had 128mb of RAM, and a 32mb TNT2 PCI card and the old Sound Blaster 16 ISA card that was nearly 12 inches long lol.

This was before I got a job and bought an Athlon 2500+ w/ nForce2 chipset board, etc... the rest is history.
The 200 PRO was one of the baddest boys on the block around 1995 or so. I had one and it cost around 5000 bucks for the whole system from Gateway.

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I've got some good stuff at home. I think I may have gotten rid of my T-bird 1ghz that oc'd to 1.5. That was an awesome chip back in the day. I still have my asus a7n8x- deluxe and 1700+. Still works. I also have a celly a something and my cusl2 socket 370 with my alpha cooler. I'll grab some pics when I get home.

Ahhh the memories. This forum made them all possible.

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This thread brings back some memories.

Although not as old as some of the other parts posted, this was my first overclocked CPU. I wish I could remember how fast I got it up to.


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I feel such a noob. First thing i ever overclocked was a Q8200, technically though, the oldest was an athlon x2 3800+ manchester.

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