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Thread: 2600+ (2086MHz) @ 2310




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    it doesn't sound like much of a feat, until i tell your the deails:
    FSB: 231
    Multiplier: 10
    VCore: 1.75V

    and the screeny to prove it :D

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    Now that should pump some w/u's out for ya m8. :thumb:

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    yeah.. pitty its not stable :(

    i'm just testing other combinations....

    oh and i managed to boot at 2420MHz :D

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    Yes I found that with mine that 200MHz+ was unstable which is why the 8RDA3+ was released with the updated nForce2 Ultra400 chipset.

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    i'm on 2305MHz (200x11.5@1.75V) atm and it seems stable, i'll leave it for a couple of days and see how it goes... if its stable, i'll probably stay with this unless i can get more stable speed :D. oh and my ram is still running at close to stock so i'll have to have a play with it too and see what i can do with it.

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    I ran my Barton 2500+ at 2310MHz (210x11) long enough to complete benchmarks 3DMar2003 and 2001 but there is a marked increase in temps at that speed since I needed to bump the Vcore. I am able to keep the thing very stable at 2200MHz (200x11) which is 3200+ default specs, temperatures are only slightly above default and I don't need to bump the Vcore at all.

    Definately tweak your RAM! :thumb: You will see some major improvements. At that speed I doupt you will run it in sync with your FSB unless you have some very high end stuff. Usually you are better off slowing your FSB and running your RAM in sync. The memory performance gains will more than negate the loss of FSB speed.

    Remember that it's the overall system performance that counts the most, not raw clock speeds. AMD, IBM, and Motorola have proven that over Intel.
    ASUS A7N8X Deluxe, Athlon Barton 2500+ with SLK-800 and 4800rpm 80mm fan, ATi 9700Pro(AIW), Dual 256MB Corsair XMS 3200c. Seagate Barracuda SATA. 200MHz fsb with 11X multiplier, RAM latency: 2,2,2,5

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    i would try tweaking my ram, but its only rated to 333 (XMS2700) so i'm gonna be getting some new ram soon i think :)

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