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Thread: AMD XP3000+ Barton Overclock potential.




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    soulburner has a good point there!!!:hammer: :thumb:
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    Bah I had a 1700+ that was stable at 2.5, and I know it coulda went further, becasue that was only at 1.775V .

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    Liquid nitrogen is not a long term cooling solution as there is only so much of it you can use at a time and its kinda expensive to say the least. also ordering it aint like take out.

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    Yeah, those Promeatia systems are cool, that Mach II. I've been looking around here to see what it costs, and it'd be about 700 Euros. Pretty price tag :p . And for me, way to extreme to have this kind of cooling.

    For now I'm satisfied with quality aircooling. Maybe one day a watercooled system, but for now, it's just aircooling to me :)

    Today my Asus board and the 2800 Barton arrived, so later today I'm going to have some building fun :cool:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulburner
    i'll run a P4 at 3.6ghz air cooled and save a **** ton of money. AND the P4 will still be faster...partly due to the 1200fsb...
    I'd be very interested to hear about an air-cooled system running at those numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody_87th
    I'd be very interested to hear about an air-cooled system running at those numbers.
    Give me some new ram and i'll do it...

    I just checked last night and at 3184mhz my cpu idles all the way down to 23c :thumb:.

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    Het Soulburner, notice the title of this thread, AMD o/c potential, not what the damn Intel's can do. And anyway, If there was a Athlon stocked at 2.4, i guarandamntee it could hit a 3.6Ghz, hell, theres on now that are at that. But anyway, the 1200FSB thing u mentioned, ever heard of the MHZ myth?

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    What are you talking about?

    I know this is not an Intel thread...

    But Intel FSB is quad pumped. That means 300x4=1200.


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    Seriously Soulburner, you sound like an Intel commercial. 23C eh? That's cooler than my room temp! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulburner
    What are you talking about?

    I know this is not an Intel thread...

    But Intel FSB is quad pumped. That means 300x4=1200.

    Hey m8, I dont think I need the "That means 300X4=1200.........i know what Quad-pumped means.......You know what im talking about

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