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Thread: My 1700+ TbredB overclock!




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    I picked one of thse up yesterday, and Am currently running a 220FSB!!, I dropped the mult. to 9.5, but i could do 10 i suppose. 1.8Vcore, 43C CPU, 35C case, 25C room.

    CPU is a 1700+ TbredB DUT3C JIUHB

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    thats a nice OC man.. how come everyone has good luck with those 1700+ chips while mine shuts itself down and stock speeds? lol. What kind of HSF you got on there? I think mine is dieing on me so im buyin a vocano 11+ next week, then ill try to beat ya:p

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    Its the Kingwin KCU-7025
    With AS3, which is still setting I suppose

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    dyck

    Check your cpu # and see if it matches = DUT3C JIUHB

    If it doesn't that may be the reason you aren't able to O/C it as well. Most of the people that has had luck with these chips have this one. As do I. It was a simple O/C, and a cheap chip to do it with.
    I think newegg still has them for around $40.
    The O/C helps my wife play some incredibly fast games of solitaire! LOL She has to have a computer though. So at least I got it O/Ced and folding.

    Good Luck,
    Chez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chezman29
    Check your cpu # and see if it matches = DUT3C JIUHB
    How abouts do I check that? Dont tell me i gotta check the core, cuz Im too lazy to rip it all apart.

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    Nice overclock there amd man. but err why does it read as a different proc:confused:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    Don't ya just love those little AMD cheapos that clock like the big boys? I have had mine to 2208 so far, but it wasn't totally stable. It will go higher, but I haven't had the time to tweak it the way it needs to be for it to run at these speeds.

    rugbydude,
    The monitoring program he is using is called CPUID and it sees the processor as the core design of T-Bred and the speed of 2.1GHz so gives its thought that it is in fact an Athlon XP 2600+
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    It also Posts as a 2600+, and WinXP sees it as a 2600+ as well :cool:

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    hehe a 2600 for the $40 ....... sounds good to me:thumb:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    Okay, Ive found that 220 is my max. limit, Untill I get some better cooling (SLK800?), because 1.85V at 225 isnt enough, to load Windows anyway. im gonna keep it here, may even downclock to 215 for safety.

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