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BigRed 14th November, 2002 01:16 AM

1.26ghz 512k p3s @ 1.6
 
This was my old computer, But now that it has only a videocard, network card, and a hard drive there is nothing holding me back from the oc but the ram :D
This is on a gigabyte GA-6OXET-c which has 1/5 and 1/6 pci dividers. I just got this up and folding yesterday and today I took a shot at seeing how far I can push it.
Right now skys the limit. Its voltmodded @ 1.6v and its completley stable right now.
http://www.bigredwa.com/CPUshot.JPG
My pci is happily running @ 33mhz :D
I have kingston tiny-BGA pc133 which doesnt seem to have any kind of limit. as it does 166mhz @ 2-3-2.
Im going to try for 1.7ghz after a little burn-in with F@H :)

SteveI 14th November, 2002 02:00 AM

Tuallys... the forgetten o/c gem... very nice.

cloasters 15th November, 2002 01:44 AM

The PIII-S's were mighty expensive. Do they hold their own against P4's with the 512 kb L2 cache? Obviously, the disparity in Clock Speed makes this a dumb question. But it seems to me that you couldn't beat the P3-S's performance with the earliest P4's. Is this a true story?

BigRed 15th November, 2002 04:29 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by cloasters
The PIII-S's were mighty expensive. Do they hold their own against P4's with the 512 kb L2 cache? Obviously, the disparity in Clock Speed makes this a dumb question. But it seems to me that you couldn't beat the P3-S's performance with the earliest P4's. Is this a true story?
Yup, when the willimate came out intel was embarassed that the lowly p3 put it to shame :p when the tualatins came out the willimate was only like at 1.8ghz and i remember somebody got a 1.26ghz p3 then up to 1.6 and it smacked the p4 all over the place.

funnyperson1 18th November, 2002 11:45 AM

nice oc BigRed...you shoulda posted it in your classifieds thread...then i think more people woulda been interested :)....and yes most overclocked tualllys over 140fsb will smack any P4 Willamette around that isnt overclocked :)

Random Nonsense 18th November, 2002 02:51 PM

I'd like dual tualatins, one of the few Intel chips im interested in!

BigRed 19th November, 2002 01:28 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by funnyperson1
nice oc BigRed...you shoulda posted it in your classifieds thread...then i think more people woulda been interested :)....and yes most overclocked tualllys over 140fsb will smack any P4 Willamette around that isnt overclocked :)
Well at the time I didnt know, because all the pci goodies I had held back my overclock. Doesnt matter anyway. Its a folding rig now :D
Quote:

Originally posted by Random Nonsense
I'd like dual tualatins, one of the few Intel chips im interested in!
*points at his computer* :D

Allan 19th November, 2002 01:32 AM

I was interested in a tualatin to put in the BX board as a replacement for the P3-700... but I sold the rig, for a fair price and then converted to the dark side! :nervous:

Nice OC you have there, BR!


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