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Old 17th January, 2002, 04:28 PM
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fta Speedy-J.. Your Overclock..

Speedy thats what i call a clocked Athlon..Couple of Questions for ya..

What V Core mod u using?

What cooling?

Thanks..
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Old 17th January, 2002, 04:55 PM
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Hi DazzleW
I'm using a 220k resistor and a 70k resistor to get some stable Vcore.
And the cooling i use is a Swiftech MCW waterblock
A well take a look inside my case .
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Old 17th January, 2002, 06:01 PM
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Please do detail the specifics of the modification using the two resistors.
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Old 17th January, 2002, 06:10 PM
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I setup the two resistors in serial ,so the VCore is in the bios with some smaller steps .
This increase overall stability of the Vcore .
I only solder pin 2 ,and the other side of the resistor is grounded to my case.
I notice that the regulator gets very hot when it goes up to 2.05Vcore and beyond.
So i made a small heatsink and fan to cool down the regulator a little .
Also the mosfets are with heatsink now ,i know the "over voltage protection"
But this al increase my success to overclocking the 8KHA board over 166fsb and beyond !!
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So, what Vcore r u using Speedy-J?

With the 220k 1/4 resistor, i can only run upto 1.98vcore. Anymore and i hit the overcurrent protection.
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Old 17th January, 2002, 08:42 PM
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i'm using now 2.03Vcore ,but i can go up to 2.08 without the reboots.
This depends off the room temperature here.
With the 220 resistor only i can hit 2.20Vcore but unstable.
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