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julianba

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NJ,USA
I just got my iqyha 0401 35watt 2400+ mobile xp from newegg and it seems to clock about the same or better as my trusty tbred-b. It is currently priming at 250x10 and 1.825 volts. :attn:
 

c627627

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Feb 18, 2002
You were lucky, most people who bought any 2400+ recently do 2.4 stable at around 1.8 volts.

My 35 watter boots at 2.5 but could not run Prime95 Torture Test for half a day w/o errors (this was at 1.9 volts)

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AMD Athlon XP 2400+ mobile 35 watt AXMD 2400 FJQ4C
IQYHA 0402 SPMW
3 x 256MB K-Byte PC2700 (SpecTek chip) @ 6 3 3 2.5
[185] FSB x 13 = 2405 MHz @ 1.80 Vcore with memory frequency at 100% [185 FSB] @ 2.90 Vdimm
Epox 8RDA+ v1.1
Thermalright SLK-947U with variable speed 80x25mm Thermaltake Smart Fan 2
BFG GeForce4 Ti4200 8X 128MB; Antec SX-835II case ; 380W Antec TruePower TP380
Four 80x25mm Case Fans + 1 Variable speed 80x25mm Fan YS-Tech FD1281259B-2F
 

AMD-Me

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Oct 21, 2003
"waaaa! my 2400+ wont run prime5 for more than 7 hours w/o a tiny error", turn that thing back to 2.5 :D :D
Prime95 is overkill stababilty test
 

c627627

c(n*199780) Senior Member
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That's the whole point. You want the overkill stability test.

You can run a system that fails prime after 11 hours and say it was stable for 11 hours, good enough. It'll boot OK and seem to run everything OK but the big picture is most people don't feel comfortable running an unstable system even though it's 'just a little unstable' :)

Remember the Pentium fiasco? Even though the Pentium 'errata' (they called them) were such that most people would never use the kind of calculations that were flawed in that Pentium chip, the mere feeling they were working with an unstable or flawed chip was enough to put them off in a major way.
 
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julianba

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Location
NJ,USA
The code is iqyha 0401 tpmw


I'm going to have to bump up the voltage, prime failed after several hours :(. I think I'll be able to stabilize it at 2.5 ghz however. I'm running higher ambient temperatures than usual since the ac blower died recently.