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  1. #101
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    Flaco, what kind of voltages are you running when overclocking. Just want to get an idea of what to expect when I go for it.
    Specs:

    AMD Athlon XP 2000+
    EPoX 8K3A+
    Corsair XMS2700 512MB DDR333
    Leadtek Winfast A250 Ultra TD 128MB GeForce 4 Ti4600
    SB Audigy Gamer
    Intel 10/100 Pro NIC
    Western Digital 80GB 7200RPM ATA100 Special Edition w/ 8MB Cache
    Pioneer 16X DVD-106s
    Plextor 40x12x40 CD-RW
    Teac 1.44 Floppy
    Enermax 550W PSU
    Altec Lansing 641 4.1 Speaker System
    Antex SX1240 Full-Tower
    Win98SE / WinXP Pro

    3DMark 2001SE - 11,659 (Stock) 12,670 (O/C'd)

  2. #102
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    Up to 148 i was running default voltages than when i bumped it up to 150 i went to 1.775 but it was a bit unstable when running a 3dmark so i had to bump it to 1.80 just to get that thing to run. I still get lock ups on PCMark tho when i'm on 150 FSB...it never fails it always happens at the "audio conversion" part of the benchmark. But you prolly don't need to increase or maybe you do...it all depends on the actual proc.
    - Damien

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    Yeah, mine I left at default multiplier and I cranked the FSB to 138 and 3DMark crashed back to desktop. So I know it's asking for more power. You running default multiplier, or did you unlock your proc? Any voltage changes to the RAM?
    Specs:

    AMD Athlon XP 2000+
    EPoX 8K3A+
    Corsair XMS2700 512MB DDR333
    Leadtek Winfast A250 Ultra TD 128MB GeForce 4 Ti4600
    SB Audigy Gamer
    Intel 10/100 Pro NIC
    Western Digital 80GB 7200RPM ATA100 Special Edition w/ 8MB Cache
    Pioneer 16X DVD-106s
    Plextor 40x12x40 CD-RW
    Teac 1.44 Floppy
    Enermax 550W PSU
    Altec Lansing 641 4.1 Speaker System
    Antex SX1240 Full-Tower
    Win98SE / WinXP Pro

    3DMark 2001SE - 11,659 (Stock) 12,670 (O/C'd)

  4. #104
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    No voltage changes at all...i never unlocked the multipliers..just increased my FSB and that was it. Look at your temps before you run 3D mark what are they?
    - Damien

  5. #105
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    Here's mine for the heck of it...

    PCMark2002

    CPU - 5218
    Memory - 3591
    HDD - 1084

    http://service.madonion.com/compare?pcm=532111
    7VRXP v1.1 F8 Lot#2B3048E
    XP2000+
    Coolermaster HHC-001
    256MB Corsair XMS PC2700 C2 -- Sandra (2073/2002) FSB133
    Leadtek Winfast GeForce2 GTS 32MB (Oldie but goodie)
    Pioneer DVD 105S
    2 Western Digital 7200 20GB Raid 0
    300W Enlight PS
    Windows XP Professional

    "If it aint fast...It's broke"
    http://service.madonion.com/compare?pcm=532111

  6. #106
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    Well, the temps are always different depending on how hot my room is. I'll watch the temps though. Since it is cooler tonight I'm thinking the normal CPU idle temps will be around 105-110. Full load it gets to around 120. As long as it doesn't go too high I'll be alright. I'm still stuck at work ATM, but when I get home I'm gonna start playing around with it.:hammer:

    BTW good scores nd4spd:thumb:
    Specs:

    AMD Athlon XP 2000+
    EPoX 8K3A+
    Corsair XMS2700 512MB DDR333
    Leadtek Winfast A250 Ultra TD 128MB GeForce 4 Ti4600
    SB Audigy Gamer
    Intel 10/100 Pro NIC
    Western Digital 80GB 7200RPM ATA100 Special Edition w/ 8MB Cache
    Pioneer 16X DVD-106s
    Plextor 40x12x40 CD-RW
    Teac 1.44 Floppy
    Enermax 550W PSU
    Altec Lansing 641 4.1 Speaker System
    Antex SX1240 Full-Tower
    Win98SE / WinXP Pro

    3DMark 2001SE - 11,659 (Stock) 12,670 (O/C'd)

  7. #107
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    Well...keep on eye on them because that was the reason i couldn't get ahead before i installed my side panel fans. Before the fans i could only go as high as 138 or maybe 140 i don't really remember but i know it wasn't all that high. Now its 150 but to keep it safe i leave it at 148 FSb...which reminds me i have to change my sig. 150 is somewhat unstable for me..somewhat meaning at times its real smooth and others blue screen attack.Its not for WiGGO though which he has constantly running at 150. Though i might just go back to 133 i mean i have no need for...my system runs sweet in stock form...i suppose your does too. So if you want o/c but just to see what you can get out of it for fun...otherwise with your heat keep it cool at 133..thats my two and half cents. : peace2:
    - Damien

  8. #108
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    Yeah, I think that's my plan. Just to see how far I can take it and see what it's capable of, but then turn it back down when I'm done. It's plenty fast at stock speeds. I'm just curious like any normal person:p Umm, well I wouldn't say I'm normal, but who wants to be normal these days. That's just plain boring

    Specs:

    AMD Athlon XP 2000+
    EPoX 8K3A+
    Corsair XMS2700 512MB DDR333
    Leadtek Winfast A250 Ultra TD 128MB GeForce 4 Ti4600
    SB Audigy Gamer
    Intel 10/100 Pro NIC
    Western Digital 80GB 7200RPM ATA100 Special Edition w/ 8MB Cache
    Pioneer 16X DVD-106s
    Plextor 40x12x40 CD-RW
    Teac 1.44 Floppy
    Enermax 550W PSU
    Altec Lansing 641 4.1 Speaker System
    Antex SX1240 Full-Tower
    Win98SE / WinXP Pro

    3DMark 2001SE - 11,659 (Stock) 12,670 (O/C'd)

  9. #109
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    As I've said before there is a large amount of luck involved with overclockin' that even the best laid out case and quality parts won't mean a thing in some circumstances. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

  10. #110
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    Yup i remember you saying that clearly...its all up to the CPU...no matter how much you have invested on cooling.
    - Damien

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