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Old 9th September, 2002, 08:56 PM
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Is this a good chip?

How good is this chip for overclocking? What can I expect?
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Old 9th September, 2002, 09:05 PM
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AGOIA's have a good reputation for overclocking. You are probably looking at somewhere between 1700mhz & 1900mhz, as a very rough guess. depending on the rest of your HW.
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Old 9th September, 2002, 09:19 PM
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well I have an Epox 8k5a3+, a 400w PSU not sure which one though, 512Mb of Corsair PC2700 XMS, ATI Radeon 64DDR VIVO (I think one of the first) Oh and I have an Alpha Pal8045 w/ a 52CFM fan variable speed.
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Sounds good, You've got the right stuff to push the CPU to the max it is capable of. Keep in mind, not all AGOIAs are the same. I can only get 1760 out of mine.. Others have had better fortune.

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My AGOIA Y did 1.88ghz at 2.00v. My AROIA Y does 1.94ghz at the same voltage...
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I've got a $9 HSF on mine and it'll hit 1.7 without much effort. My mem fails any higher. You should be able to hit the same or likely more. Some people have hit 1.9 and up. I've never upped the voltage on mine, never needed to yet. Seems they're center cut from the stable overclocks and low temperatures. I've hit 50* C, but that under full load...with a $9 HSF... You have a nice chip there. Burn it in nice and slow and you'll milk it for about 3 to 500 MHz
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How do you propose that I burn it in? Any specific programs? Just making sure I do this right.
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SiSoft Sandra has a burn in wizard in it that works rather well IMO. Load up your CD drives and let the thing run for a few hours a day. You can also get a proggie called Toast. It basically maxes out your processor by using all available cycles.

I did very little to this chip I have now and I can max my ram out at 168 and 1764 from 1400 default. Temps only rise 3*C idle and 2*C load at that temp. (remember...$9 heatsink ) About the most burn in I did on mine was the normal weeks testing for a junkie like me. Sandra, toast and rendering all day while I was bizzy at work. Found a few locks here and there, but nothing too bad. All part of the burn in process.

When you run the burn in program, you don't need to sit in front of the monitor and wathch it runn all day, you should check in every hour or so tho. Three finger salute the locks and keep rollin
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Burn in? I like to use folding@home to continuously burn in my CPU. The bonus to this is that it helps researchers understand how protiens fold so that they can better combat disease. It's great for testing stability and burning in your processor as well.

Edit: oops... already said....
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P.S. That is an AGOIA "Y", which is one of the best for overclocking. Some of these have hit 1.9ghz on air, many have gone over 2ghz with water.
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Folding only does a certain TYPE of work on the cpu and doesn't seem to push it hard enough... I had one overclock folding for 10+ minutes, then stopped and ran Toast for a couple and the PC locked. Turns out toast makes the entire processor work and this tends to push temps higher. I don't understand the internal workings of a cpu (yet), but the results speak for themselves.
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I think playing UT2003 is a good burn in, and its fun too.

Personally I dont do a burn in.

Ill run the CPU locked at a modest overclock for a day to make sure its good (folgind@home running of course) then ill take it out and unlock then properly overclock it.

My Xp-1600 AGOIA 4 is running 1900mhz 2.2v watercooled.
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13th week. My Friend has the same! it going with 1750mhz (10,5x166) on Abit KX7 333R and 1.85V. So I think (for me) it's a standart overclocker of 1600 XP's.
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ok im presently running at 1.78Ghz(170x10.5) Im not sure about the temp. I think its about 35.5c I keep the airconditioning on though. (during the summer and my room is about the same in the winter. My computers are my space heaters)
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awesome im up to 1836.29 (10.5x174.88 at default voltage) at 36c. Got to love the SLK-800.
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39-40c while running toast
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latest MB 31c and CPU 36c 1847Mhz.
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