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    Okay, im all excited with gettin an Nforce2 setp goiong now (got all the money, just waitin for the money to get to the CC) How fast do ya think Ill crunch with the follwing:
    8RGA+
    AMD XP2100
    (2) 256mb XMS3200 cas2

    Running Default speeds, just aggressive RAM timings?

    And if I get it up to a 166FSB or so, do ya think I MIGHT turn in some sub 2.25 hr wus?

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    Ya should have no probs gettin' that up to the 166MHz FSB if it's a T'bred CPU plus my 2600+ @ 2.26GHz av. 2hr 7mins and my 1800+ @ 2.09GHz av. 2hr 16mins so ya should be in with a shot unless it's a Pally.

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    Well, unfortunately its a paly 2100+, Im looking to get rid of my paly 1900+ and use the cash from it and pick up a 1700+ tbred b though, or maybe get a Barton 2600

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    I've heard of XP2500+ Bartons but when did the XP2600+ version come out? :confused:

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    My mistake, I meant 2500+. Well anyway, I just got rid of my 1900+ for $55US and Im gonna buy either a TbredB 2100+ maybe, or I might go up to the Barton 2500+

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    Well w00tahhhh, I just got 2x 256mb Corsair XMS3500 ram, dual channel action for me :D

    At the moment my system is runing at these speeds:
    CPU is at 217x10.5 @ 1.825V
    RAM is at 217 @ 2.75V

    I'm gonna let them run at rated for a while, to let them 'burn in', then see if these babys can handle 233MHz :D

    W/U times are looking quite good so far, its predicting 2:05 for this current W/U, and about 20% of it was done while on my old ram (1x 512mb XMS2700 at 166MHz). while talking about my old ram, its average W/U time was about 2:30-2:40.

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