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Thread: overclocking p4 2.6-b




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    I'm lookin to overclock fsb...and I would just like to know what the fastest, most stable settings are for my setup..

    P4 2.6-B
    512mb pc 2700
    reatail cooling

    FSB is at 133 right now...
    X-Dreamer Case w/ Window
    Enermax 660w PSU
    AMD Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.2Ghz
    Asus K8V Deluxe
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    1xWD Raptor 74GB 10,000 RPM
    4x300GB WD 5400 RPM 8mb
    Ati Radeon 9800XT (440/780)
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    Samsung 173v 17' LCD
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    Get a stick of PC3200 and go nuts.

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    You list your system specs, but can you please list your mobo?
    CPU: Opteron 165 @ 311x9 - 2817.8 mhz - 1.47v
    Mobo: Abit KN8-SLI
    RAM: 2x512 Crucial Ballistic Tracers500 @ 202 mhz 2-2-2-5 T1
    GFX: Asus EAX1950pro @ 648/1408
    PSU: Thermaltake 500w
    SC: Audigy 2 zs
    LCD: 22' Samsung 225bw
    Speakers: Klipsch ProMedia 5.1 Ultra
    Mouse: Logitech G5

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    Yes knowin' what the mobo is will be of great benefit for the right answers.

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    Asus P4S533-X
    P4 2.6-b,reatil fan..
    512 PC 2700
    Sapphire Radeon 9600XT
    400w PSU
    X-Dreamer Case w/ Window
    Enermax 660w PSU
    AMD Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.2Ghz
    Asus K8V Deluxe
    Corsair XMS 256x2 MB DDR500
    1xWD Raptor 74GB 10,000 RPM
    4x300GB WD 5400 RPM 8mb
    Ati Radeon 9800XT (440/780)
    Pioneer 8x DVD-RW
    Samsung 173v 17' LCD
    SB Audigy 2
    Windows XP Pro

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    I've never had anything to do with those SiS chipsets but if ya raise the core voltage by 0.1v, lock the AGP/PCI buses and then just start windin' the FSB up in 5MHz steps. Use something like 3DMark to test for stability at each step b4 takin' another step upwards. You won't have to get worried about the speed of ya memory till after ya hit 166MHz and then another 0.1-0.2v increase to the memory could stabilise that for further progress if ya can get that far or slowin' the timings up.

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