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Lets start posting out 2400xp STEPPINGS with ur OC

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natopotato

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Jan 23, 2002
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yuba city
i think enough ppl have 2400's that we should start posting steppings and the OC that was achived so

sory i cant post mine yet iv net finished my oc'ing and i lost the paper i wrote my stepping on

so ill take off my block later and check

any way guyz start posten ur steppings

lata
 

rippedsocks

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Aug 10, 2001
i only got to mess around with mine for like half an hour but w/e... i get it back oin my brithday (the 30th)....

aiucb 0240
2.2 14x157 1.7 (no problems... with more time i say i can get 2.4 easy)
 

residentevil2

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lol ill post myn tho it was a defective cpu and its being rmad as we speak.

Athlon xp 2400+
AIUCB "9" 0239
(2GHZ) @ 2.15ghz 1.72vcore with ice added in the bucket 2.3ghz 1.72vcore

edit:

ok now some people (claim) they have 2400+ and got 2.4 ghz here blah blah. But have yet to show now proof im not starting anyting but i want to see something be it stock speeds or a tiny oc just to proove u got a 2400+ tho idont belive 2.4ghz on air since iv seen people get around 2.2 on water.

http://service.madonion.com/compare?2k1=4837362
 

Jarek

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Aug 1, 2001
Mine is happy @ 168x12.5 with the SLK- 800 and Sanyo Denki fan I like it quiet. I switched from Intel, its my first AMD. Its a aiucb 0239

Natopotato can you post your memory timings and also in the bios under DRAM speed should I run it at 333 or 400 if its not too much trouble? I also use KD7 RAID and a stick of 512 Corsair 3500 C2 so i would like to run it at most aggresive settings.

Thanks a lot!
 
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toddalaska

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Aug 13, 2002
aiucb 0241 2280 p95ing at 2280
190*12

no probs so far, they do like the voltage though it seems like.

temps are great 35 under p95.

Ill get this ram burnt in and go for more
 

rippedsocks

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Aug 10, 2001
my dad let me play around with it for an hour yesteryday i got to 2.3 rock stable 164x14 with 1.72 volts STILL
aiucb 0240
 
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toddalaska

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Aug 13, 2002
i think part of my problem is how Im running mine.

i want the high fsb thats the whole point of my ram

195*12 right now

i probably need to check my unlock too but im too lazy to pull the wb off

i may need to add some more silverpaint to it
 

xgman

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Jan 3, 2002
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AIUCB 0239

2263 on slk-800 at 1.85-1.875v

2340 crashes at desktop at 1.85v

core temps reported much higher than surface temps in bios
 

Opie420

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Antwerp Belgium 90%, Albany NY 10%
I looped prime95 overnight at 2415, now I've been looping prime95 for about an hour at 2475. Running at 1.95v, [165*15]. 2505 wasn't totally stable and 2560 corrupted my registry (another reload...) so it looks like the limit is near.

I'm afraid to give it much more voltage even tho my evaporator temp is -35c and my mbm temp 10c (which is an awful big temp differential if you think about it, the mbm sensor is right behind the core).

AXDA2400DKV3C
AIUCB0241RPEW
 

Opie420

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the promeita was $640 euros. If you're going to get one, buy the cooling unit w/out the s**t case and slap a lian-li pc-60 or 70 on top. Don't waste your money on the vapochill, the prometia is way better.