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    hey Wiggo
    how did u "I have my 1800+ running at 2100+ with a 150MHz FSB and no multiplier adjustments and with only a slight core voltage increase though I'm running PC2700 memory. " i have a 1900+ and i get it at 140 for a 2000+ tell me how u did it and what mb are u use..
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    It's my No.2PC so all details but the 5% core voltage increase are in my sig link though I have got better from a 8K3A+ with Corsair XMS3000 memory that I built which has obtained 1750MHz with the CPU unlocked and at 10x175 (probably would go higher with extreme cooling). But mostly everything relies on how lucky you are at getting a good CPU but using only quality parts plays a heavy roll too in what can be achieved. :smokin:
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    O.k, I now have my 1800 running at 1.63 GHz, with a slight bump in the vcore (+0.25), dram clock set to 133, and some bios tweaks. My system is running at a consistent 36-37 degrees celcius. Is that normal, good, or bad? thanks again
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    Are those idle or full load temps? So long as full load stay under 50c there's no problems. :smokin:
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    Wiggo is it unlock.. i have a 8K3A+ and a 8kha+ and the 8hka+ is at 140 if i go high win xp will not boot and my 8k3a+...

    so did u increase core voltage too:zzz:

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    Mine would run without the core voltage upped but under heavy loads would throw up the odd error now and again which is why I raised the core voltage. With good air cooling voltages up to 1.85v are ok but over that you're looking at water cooling or something even more extreme. :smokin:
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    Thanks Wiggo. Those temps that I recorded was from periodical reboots just to check my 'PC Health Status' option in my bios. At night, the temps get to 30-31c. I have a mini floor fan blowing into the front of my case into the the intake fans. So what do you mean by idle and full load? Thanks.
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    Idle is just the PC with the operating system running where load temps (these are the important ones) is while running software (Seti, CPU-Burn in and many, many others) that put a 100% load on CPU. Most motherboards these days come with software that lets you monitor the temp while in Windows but if you didn't get any with your's then Motherboard Monitor 5 will do the job. :smokin:
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    Wiggo did you play with the FSB/AGP/PCI ratios when you overclocked?...cuaz i over clock to 135 and everything was fine until...i shutdown(window gave me a blue screen error; i went ahead to 140 increasing the coltage as well and windows did even show up and boot. THX Wig : peace2:
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    The dividers only cut in at certain frequencies ( 100/133/166MHz ) so no I didn't. Maybe you have your memory timings set too aggressive and these may need to be slowed down somewhat for you to go further. :smokin:
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