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El<(')>Maxi

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May 1, 2003
Location
Seattle
For all you hardcore AMD guys and gals out there......that have been around awhile. :p

I want to know what is a safe voltage in OC for a K6-2 475mhz. I'm tryin to get it stable at 2.6 volts, but it crashes in SiSoft benchmarks. Can I go higher with a relative amount of saftey? I got killer cooling on the chip....well maybe not killler, but more than adequate (myXP2000 stock HS/F). And to be honest I really don't care if I fry it -ShOcKeR !! I'm tryin to bust 3000 in 3DMark01

Those with prior experience only need reply

Thanks !!
 

bldegle2

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Feb 18, 2002
Location
Floyd, VA
heatsink

'well maybe not killler, but more than adequate (myXP2000 stock HS/F).'

not really adequate.

if you really want more, can the heatsink and strap at least an AX7 w/an 80mm fan.

the older ones need massive cooling because they run real hot.

don't know about your chip, but the 475's were running @95 FSB for a reason, they were that good of a clocker, and may have had some problems running 100FSB @stock voltages.

go for it.

baldy

:D
 
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El<(')>Maxi

El<(')>Maxi

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Location
Seattle
Running @ 2.8 vcore now.....yikes. Seem's stable and able to run benchmarks ok. SiSift gives me a CPU temp of 28.6, not sure if thats accurate. The MB Hardware monitor says 31.1 just after running a BM. So can I lower my memory timings when the chip is OC'd or do I have to back off on them? Will migration be more prominent now?