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BURGER KING 31st January, 2003 03:52 PM

Help Me( Vcor +/- )
 
I can’t get more than 150 fsb with my Epox 4SDA5+ and a 2.8GHz I have good air cooling and compound (40’c ish @ 3.15GHz)
Has anyone got some ideas on getting it higher,
what can I go to on my Vcor ?
:confused:

cloasters 2nd February, 2003 12:24 AM

Welcome to AOA, BURGER KING!

Personally, I'd just hate to see 3.15 Gigs of clock speed from a machine of mine. How could I face the neighbors?
But seriously, if a BIOS flash won't add more "top" Vcc to your mainboard, it's soldering iron time. To the best of my knowledge.

BURGER KING 2nd February, 2003 12:30 PM

i can get more out of my BIOS im just not shore what is safe:confused:

S_Wilson 3rd February, 2003 12:31 AM

Whole bunch of theories on Vcore for the Northwood. Some will go pretty high but supposedly it will kill your CPU. I personally will not go over 1.7V and for daily use I prefer to be under 1.65V with 1.6V being ideal.

cloasters 3rd February, 2003 02:51 AM

Sorry, BURGER KING, I misunderstood your post.

Holst 6th February, 2003 07:58 PM

I recon the board will probably do a bit more than 150

What memory timings and ratio are you running.
What ram ?

BURGER KING 7th February, 2003 11:47 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Holst
I recon the board will probably do a bit more than 150

What memory timings and ratio are you running.
What ram ?

the xms 3200c2 @ SPD with c2,5,3,2,auto

do you think that could be the prob?

cloasters 7th February, 2003 04:52 PM

With the RAM you have, I seriously doubt that "by SPD" is holding you back.


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