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    1700+ jiuhb overclocking

    I have an athlon 1700+ jiuhb which was given a ten out of ten rating by hexus.net. Some guys at http://episteme.arstechnica.com/eve/...&m=42700819533 claimed they can only get this chip up to 2 GHz with 1.8 v. The hexus.net review claims it can reach 2.1 GHz without a voltage nudge.

    Do all cpu's of the same stepping have a similar overclockable ceiling???

    I cannot overclock my jiuhb because my mobo is a really bad overclocker and i am thinking about getting an ABIT NF7-s and dual channel pc 3500 and a specialist cooler so I can overclock it. the hexus review gave it a 10/10 rating, can't wait to overclock it.

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    I wouldn't be too sure if I were you, there's still all different these processors.

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    I checked my OPN and it is the exact same model as the hexus review. I am asking if all the cpu's from the same stepping have similar overclockable ceilings? Because if they do then my jiuhb will be able to overclock as much as the hexus review if i get high quality ram and a good mobo with a specialist cooler.

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    I have a XP1700+ JIUHB running at 2.4 Ghz @ 1.65v, that's on air.

    Not every CPU is the same so nothing can be guarranted with overclocking.

    Is yours the DTL3C version? this one is normally better at overclocking than the rest. You can tell by looking in your bios at the CPU voltage, if it is at 1.5v default then you have a DTL3C version. if not and it is at 1.65v default then you have the older version, this is still good for overclocking, just not as good.

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    I checked my OPN and it is the exact same model as the hexus review. I am asking if all the cpu's from the same stepping have similar overclockable ceilings? Because if they do then my jiuhb will be able to overclock as much as the hexus review if i get high quality ram and a good mobo with a specialist cooler.
    No, definitely not true. Just because it has the same stepping does not guarantee things. Sounds like you're sub-consciously praying! It WILL clock well, it WILL!

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    my OPN is AXDA1700dlt3c. So it is the dlt3c model. And it has a default of 1.5 volts. Do you think I can get this chip past 2 GHz with a good heatsink, dual channel pc 3500 and a mobo that actually supports Ocing like the ABIT NF7?

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    You never know, just don't keep your hopes too high.

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    Originally posted by {[paul]}
    my OPN is AXDA1700dlt3c. So it is the dlt3c model. And it has a default of 1.5 volts. Do you think I can get this chip past 2 GHz with a good heatsink, dual channel pc 3500 and a mobo that actually supports Ocing like the ABIT NF7?
    yes... my dlt3c does 2.1ghz @ stock volts

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    Pah, I needed 1.6 for 2GHz. I was just one of the unlucky ones i suspect

    Most will hit 2GHz without even sweating

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    Not sure what mine done at stock volts, but it will go to 1.65 with no problem at all, this is after all still the defaut volt setting for older version of the CPU.

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    Originally posted by Stu
    yes... my dlt3c does 2.1ghz @ stock volts
    Snap, mine does 2.2 @ 1.55 and 2.3 @ 1.65 (these are bios settings as the nf7-s under-volts a bit)


    Currently looking at my MBM I'm @ 2306MHz 40°C (Case 25°C) w/ 1.6v (1.65v bios)



    so g.luck

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    I am not keeping my hopes too high but I am pretty sure this chip will run at 2GHz if i give it a voltage nudge. Lets say 1.5 volts to 1.75 volts. If so many peopl,e claim they can get this stepping to 2 GHz at stock voltage then a high voltage should get it there. I guess I am sub consciously praying! It WILL clock well, it WILL!

    Well is 2 GHz hoping for too much???
    Last edited by {[paul]}; 29-12-2003 at 05:45 PM.

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    shouldnt be, but you've just got to try... it could reach 2.6, it might not reach 2.0... mine runs at 2.3Ghz with 1.7v, everyones cpu is different independant of the core stepping..

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    the 2500's are more fun these days I'm beginning to get tired of this XP/NF7-S/A7N8X/PC3200 combination now though. Oh so tiresome!

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    would it be safe to take this processor to 1.8 volts with exceedingly good cooling? because according to http://overclockers.com/tips822/ extremely high voltage is dangerous even if you have supercooling.
    Last edited by {[paul]}; 29-12-2003 at 05:59 PM.

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    Originally posted by DaftpuNk
    the 2500's are more fun these days I'm beginning to get tired of this XP/NF7-S/A7N8X/PC3200 combination now though. Oh so tiresome!
    I would say the XP2500's are just as common as the XP1700+/XP1800+'s

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