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Dagalidis 7th February, 2003 01:20 PM

XP2600+ Dreaming Performance !
 
At last my XP2600+ 133FSB AUIHB 02 Week of 03 arrived today morning and already running.....

Here are the results of first overclocking experience.....

At default Vcore 1.650 was able to run stable until 2338Mhz (187X12.5)

Maximum FSB worked Stable 225 x 12 = 2700 Mhz @ Vcore 1.950
but seems that memories are limited (Cant complete 3DMark)
Temp at full load 64C on MBM5.....

Maximum CPU SPEED reached but restart on Welcome Screen of Windows XP was 2750Mhz....and probably this is the highest speed for an AIRCOOLING System.....Vcore raised to 2.0V and Temp up to 68C......

I know that if i watercool this CPU can reach even more higher speeds...

Right now to ensure the health of my CPU due to high temp possibility i work on 204X12.5@2550 1.700 Vcore stable until now...

New Benches and posts will come soon.......


:-D YEA i love my new AMD core and probably this love lasts for few months from now.....

Next step will be an nForce2 board when my pocket full again.....


:beer: VIVA AMD and EPOX........

Dimitris...........:thumbsup:

Dagalidis 11th February, 2003 08:40 AM

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Ok, after allot of testing and searching i found that temps are not looking so good and i worry to make damage CPU....

I done many loops for 24 Hours SANDRAS BURN TEST at 2500mhz @ 1.90Vcore......
This picture taken after complete those BURNS and temp reached 68C......

To run 2700Mhz i had to raise Vcore up to 1.950 but i will not until be sure about temp readings.....

I heard that 8K3A+ boards read higher TEMPS on Tbreds B....

Please tell me if this is correct cause i dont want to kill this CPU....

My system specs are down to my sign......

Dimitris...........


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