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Agoia 1600+ :)

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NeoMoses

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I just built a system for a friend. Ordered a 1600+ and AK31 from newegg, and guess what stepping I got? You got it, AGOIA!!! :D

After installing the OS, I decided I should see what this baby could do. I didn't unlock the chip, just upped the FSB, but I found this thing would hit 10.5X160 = 1680 at default Voltage! I love this stepping.

It didn't boot at 166 FSB, and I didn't really have time to push it, or test it at full load, but at 1680 it was running a cool 33C after a couple of benchmarks (CAK38 heatsink). I think I'm gonna buy one of those 1600+ for myself soon!

On a side note, the Coolermaster HHC-001 (heatpipe) does not fit on the Shuttle AK31 mobo. the heatpipes hit the northbridge fan and it won't seat properly.

Just thought this was a sweet deal for a $103 chip.
 
I really want an XP-1900 AGOIA. Hopefully someone sells them here locally.

1600 MHz @ 2000 MHz with watercooling, vmod and PC-2700.

Shouldn't be too hard.
 
theretically, would an XP-1600 Agoia, and an XP-1900 Agoia be able to reach the same speeds? And the same as with Agoga 1600 and 1900 and all the other steppings?
 
AudiMan said:
Like I mean is the only difference on the CPUs with the same stepping just the Multiplier?

With some of the 1600+'s there have been good result's. This is not alway's the case though. As I have found that some are definitely speed binned stuff.
 
NeoMoses said:
On a side note, the Coolermaster HHC-001 (heatpipe) does not fit on the Shuttle AK31 mobo. the heatpipes hit the northbridge fan and it won't seat properly.

I'm pretty sure this is the case on the Asus A7N266 NForce board also.
 
Re: Re: Agoia 1600+ :)

skip said:


I'm pretty sure this is the case on the Asus A7N266 NForce board also.


That would be incorrect the heatpipe fits with a mile of space around my mobo, the HHC-001 doesn't even come close to hitting and thing and it keeps the 1800+ @ 1.647GHz running at a solid 33C/95F

.... if the heatpipes are hitting your fan - turn the HS 180 degrees the direction of the heatpipes themselves is not important.....
 
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Originally posted by skip


I'm pretty sure this is the case on the Asus A7N266 NForce board also.
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FYI

HeatPipe does also fit the Asus A7V266
 
I have been searching to see anybody has been as lucky as me with their AGOIA. I have a green new XP1600+
My chip does default speed @1.55/1.57V (former is BIOS voltage, latter is software detected). I can do 1670 @1.65/1.66V which is less than default voltage. What do you think, should I keep it... !
Just gotta say that at the prices these XP1600s are dropping out of the market at, you've got to be an optimist with change jingling in your pocket to hold out for a Throroughbred :D
 
I just installed a XP1700 AGOIA "Y" into my new EpoX 8K3A+! I havenøt tried to OC yet, but I will soon. I just hope I cen get some good result's with this one....
 
If it's unlocked, you can hit 1.850 GHz like my XP-1700 did!

,, but that was with a 2.2 Vcore so it got a liitle hot for aircooling.

:)
 
AudiMan said:
If it's unlocked, you can hit 1.850 GHz like my XP-1700 did!

,, but that was with a 2.2 Vcore so it got a liitle hot for aircooling.

:)

I'm hoping to get 1800MHz @ about 2.00V My alpha should be able to keep that under 50C full load....
 
That sounds very resonable.

Mine managed to be stable at 1800 MHz at 1.95 vcore after it was broken in a bit. Before I had to use 2.0 volts
 
AGOIA Y 0211 XP1600+ in my 8K3A+ @ 2v 1850mhz stable max's out at 2.1v 1953 mhz. water cooled.
 
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