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Thread: Overclockin an AMD 586/P75 Mhz CPU




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    I just bought a crappy box:
    heres the info:

    AMD 586/P75 Mhz CPU
    8 mb of RAM
    650 MB HDD
    NO PCI SLOTS- Only ISA
    16-bit audio card

    Heres My Question
    When it starts up, it says AMD 586 75 Mhz >133MHz
    I guess thats what its running @ but I know its not overclocked. For Sure, Im Not That Much Of a Newbie

    The Mobo is-by my vision,judging on the chips that are on it
    UMC
    Cirrus Technology 1
    or there is a chip on it that says

    Pheonix MB
    486 PC| PnP a345811
    1995

    And the system case says AST ADVANTAGE! Adventure 575

    Could someone give me some tips on how to overclock it to like 100mhz or 133Mhz (I know about cooling) If so... Could I get the directions or a site where I know what jumpers to change around because the mobo does have jumpers.
    Thanks.
    -oato
    :cheers:

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    I have one of them here (was my first upgrade from the 386 that it started out as) and 133MHz is the speed it runs at but rates as a 75MHz Pentium. Mine's mounted on a BIOSTAR mobo @160MHz (P90) but the FSB can be raised to 40MHz though some fiddlin' with PCI interupts maybe needed for stability. Ya really need to find out more info on the mobo though to do this and if it's possible. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    what socket is it? i could send ya a pentium 150+ chip that runs at 120 mhz.....dont know if its compatible with your board but if it is you can have the chip!

    if it is and you want it reply via PM so your mail addy isnt out on the net.

    I cant remember what the socket name is for those chips...case and mobo went to the dump...Anyone? help here would be appreciated.

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    if its a pentium 75+MHz than its a socket7

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    heres the chip.......

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    Hey competition...I thought it was but i wasnt sure...would that chip work? If it would I can send it to our hapless person who need some speed....would be better to scour the Penny Saver and buy a faster rig ...but I really have no use for the chip...was going to turn it into a key chain.....

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    its a socket 3 cpu chip
    im pretty sure its a pheonix mobo
    heres some shots

    i dont know why they wont post so heres the sites
    www.geocities.com/noiseforthedeaf/1.jpg
    www.geocities.com/noiseforthedeaf/2.jpg
    www.geocities.com/noiseforthedeaf/3.jpg

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    The chip was packed for 3 sockets and I have a socket 5 version. ;)

    Absolutely useless runnin' SETI though. :(

    geocities, figures then why I can't work the links. :rolleyes2


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    oh well I had the darn thing sitting here...and i even made it all shiny for the picture....keychain anyone?

    I cant get any of those links to work either.

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