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Thread: 2600+ clocking recomendations




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    I have been going crazy trying to tweak my pc to the max. Does anyone know how far you clock an amd barton 2600+ i have a asus a7n8x-x motherboard.
    Axio 480W PSU
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    AMD Barton 2600+ @ 2.13 (184x11.5)
    PNY GeForce Fx 5200
    PMI 512 MB PC3200
    40 gig wd/20 gig slave

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    it should overclock to 3200 speeds easily. 2200mhz.
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    Being a Barton XP2600+ you'll only be able to overclock it by the FSB (the multiplier is locked). Set your core voltage at around 1.75v and go for it but keep an eye on your temps.

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    My fsb is set at 187 and my multiplyer is set at 11.5. I have reached 2150 and it is stable. I got up to 2.2 gig and I had it running fine for a while. then when I went back to it it was not stable i would try to run a rogram and my computer would keep restarting itself. What can iI do about this.
    Axio 480W PSU
    Asus A7N8X-X
    AMD Barton 2600+ @ 2.13 (184x11.5)
    PNY GeForce Fx 5200
    PMI 512 MB PC3200
    40 gig wd/20 gig slave

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    increase the voltage (vcore) by about 0.5 volts and see if its stable. try not to incrase the voltage over 1.75 volts as anything higher could damage the processor
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    What memory are you using (PC2700, PC3200,...)?
    Also be sure that you have the AGP frequency locked at 66-67MHz.

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    I already am running my vcore voltage at 1.75 volts. As for my memory I am using PMI PC3200 512 MB.
    Axio 480W PSU
    Asus A7N8X-X
    AMD Barton 2600+ @ 2.13 (184x11.5)
    PNY GeForce Fx 5200
    PMI 512 MB PC3200
    40 gig wd/20 gig slave

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    Is there any thing else I can do that will help.

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    youve reached your limit.
    if you want to get it higher then youre gonna need more cooling. what cooler do you have at the moment?
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    I have the original cooler on it. And I have 4 case fans. I can not afford water cooler at the moment. So what do you recommend.

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