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O/C My new Barton 2500

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manhart

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May 21, 2003
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Idaho
Howdy I'm wondering if someone could help me out in overclocking my Barton 2500. I'm running a Koolance water-cooled system now so I'm sure I'll be able to get it running pretty tricked out.

Since I'm brand new to the whole overclocking idea, what do I need to know? Any codes off of the cpu? And I've heard of stepping but have no idea what it is...

If you could explain or give me a link to something that can help me out, I'd appreciate it.

Thanks for reading the post and thanks again if you replied.
 

ayoung

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Sep 14, 2002
Location
Metro Detroit MI
Honest..

Just scroll down, maybe goto page 2... really all "this" forum is abotu right now is the 1700+ t-bred and the 2500+ barton.. you should be able to find tonz of info about it

Qucik help...

- Overclocking- Make sure your cpu is unlocked, meaning you can change the multiplyer from lets say... 12... to 12.5 or 13.

- Then Put your fsb to like 200, and mutli to like 10, and volt like up by 0.1v on the cpu and the vdimm @ like 2.9 then go from there... if theres no post up the volt a little more on the cpu. Still no post? Put the fsb @ 190 and keep messing with settings

-Mobos, memory and stepping have alot to do with how good an over clock you can get

- Stepping, if you look on your cpu there will be a series of numbers... thats your stepping, the "newer" chips are usually the best overclockers sence most of the "bugs" have been worked out.

Hope that helps

Adam:D
 

bill

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Jan 28, 2003
the 2500 is a good chip to overclock checkmy sig, look for a thread "whats your highest barton overclock" also check cpu database on the OC .com home page. good luck.