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AthlonXP 2600+ 266FSB AIUGB

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OC-Master

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AthlonXP 2600+ 266FSB AIUGB

Is there anyone on these forums with this CPU? How much did they pay and how does it overclock?

I so want this CPU due to the fact of the nice 16X multiplier. My mobo wont allow me to go past 144MHz FSB so I need some high multipliers to get me into the 2.3GHz+ range :)

Any information would be appreciated.


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OC-Master said:
AthlonXP 2600+ 266FSB AIUGB

Is there anyone on these forums with this CPU? How much did they pay and how does it overclock?

I so want this CPU due to the fact of the nice 16X multiplier. My mobo wont allow me to go past 144MHz FSB so I need some high multipliers to get me into the 2.3GHz+ range :)

Any information would be appreciated.


OC-Master

Bump! Anyone?????
 

hallen

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TC said:
I think Hallen does - I'll ask him to check your thread.

I have the 2600+ /333. Multiplier is 12.5 x 166 = 2086.

Overclocks nicely to 2485MHz @ 1.85v using AX7 for cooling.

I've also tried 12.0 multiplier and that worked.

If your board can take 16.0 x then you should have a range 13.0 ~ 19.0 to pick from.

Harvey
 

Emericana

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it seems like the 266mhz are a rare breed.

i know that at xtremesystems oppainter had a 266mhz 2600+ and got it to 2.8ghz but it was a engineering sample. i doubt any 266mhz ones will ever see the light of day
 

Yodums

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hallen said:


I have the 2600+ /333. Multiplier is 12.5 x 166 = 2086.

Overclocks nicely to 2485MHz @ 1.85v using AX7 for cooling.

I've also tried 12.0 multiplier and that worked.

If your board can take 16.0 x then you should have a range 13.0 ~ 19.0 to pick from.

Harvey

Nice overclock Harvey. I'm assuming that's in the KX7? Have you considered the KD7? It's a good board and a step up from the KX7 in many ways: KT333 Northbridge and KT400 southbridge, more voltage selections (No volt mods), huge mulitipliers to support the higher T-Bred etc.

You may just want to add it to your cart for 69.00 as a refurb from Newegg:

http://www.newegg.com/app/viewproduct.asp?DEPA=&submit=Go&description=kd7

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hallen said:


I have the 2600+ /333. Multiplier is 12.5 x 166 = 2086.

Overclocks nicely to 2485MHz @ 1.85v using AX7 for cooling.

I've also tried 12.0 multiplier and that worked.

If your board can take 16.0 x then you should have a range 13.0 ~ 19.0 to pick from.

Harvey

Well, my board has the 12> option which means any multiplier behond 12X can be used if hard wired.

My question is, is it possible to hard wire a T-bred B? If this was possible, I would like to us 18X Multiplier :)


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Lumen

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If you can get it up to 2400 on your ax7 then i bet ill be able to get it to 2600-2700 on my water-rig!
 
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Is it possible to hardwire a 18X multiplier on this CPU? I know the goold ole Palominos were good all the way up to 18X mutliplier when hardwired.


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