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    My first build results

    Abit NF7v2.0
    Barton2500xp@2.3ghz (213x11) Coolmaster Aero7+/artic silver 5
    Twinmos Twister pc3200 2x256mb (2-3-2-5)
    Sapphire 9600xt@580/344
    Maxtor 80gb ata133
    Zorro 450W case

    Just completed this about a week ago, cpu temps @32c idle 39c load with the aero at 2900rpm.
    Aquamark score of 35000. well happy with the graphics card overclock. I think the cpu will go further with faster memory.
    I think its stable cause it play games for hours with no probs


    Would like to know what you guys think

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    Very nice!

    Once I get my Barton 2500+ I'll be hoping to get speeds like that, though not as tight memory timings coz mine is PNY pooh (CAS 2.5).

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    very nice!
    35,000 is a good aquamark score for a 9600xt! Your temps are ace too!
    Where'd u get the unlocked barton from please?
    cheers


    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt.Bob
    Abit NF7v2.0
    Barton2500xp@2.3ghz (213x11) Coolmaster Aero7+/artic silver 5
    Twinmos Twister pc3200 2x256mb (2-3-2-5)
    Sapphire 9600xt@580/344
    Maxtor 80gb ata133
    Zorro 450W case

    Just completed this about a week ago, cpu temps @32c idle 39c load with the aero at 2900rpm.
    Aquamark score of 35000. well happy with the graphics card overclock. I think the cpu will go further with faster memory.
    I think its stable cause it play games for hours with no probs


    Would like to know what you guys think
    Current Rig:
    2700+@175fsb/2257mhz, Soltek 75FRN-L, 2x512mb TwinMOS on TwinMOS 3200 RAM (Dual Channel) @175 (synced with fsb) 8-3-3-2.5 timings, 120gb 8mb Cache ATA 133 Maxtor Diamondmax +, 80gb Maxtor ATA133, 256mb Sapphir radeon 9800XT @ stock, 19" Hansol 920P.

    Currently Building for brother:
    3200+@200fsb, MSI K7N2-L Delta, 2x 512mb Crucial 3200 RAM@200 (single channel) 8-3-3-3, 200gb 8mb cache ATA 133 Maxtor Diamondmax+, 256mb Leadtek a350 GeForceFX 5900 ultra @485/922, 19" Iiyama MST

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    the barton is multiplier locked and i got it from komplett

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    how come you managed to get the fsb to 213 on a 166 chip then?? most i can manage on my 2700+ (multiplier locked) is 177 stable....
    Is the 2500+ so easily overclockable?


    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt.Bob
    the barton is multiplier locked and i got it from komplett
    Current Rig:
    2700+@175fsb/2257mhz, Soltek 75FRN-L, 2x512mb TwinMOS on TwinMOS 3200 RAM (Dual Channel) @175 (synced with fsb) 8-3-3-2.5 timings, 120gb 8mb Cache ATA 133 Maxtor Diamondmax +, 80gb Maxtor ATA133, 256mb Sapphir radeon 9800XT @ stock, 19" Hansol 920P.

    Currently Building for brother:
    3200+@200fsb, MSI K7N2-L Delta, 2x 512mb Crucial 3200 RAM@200 (single channel) 8-3-3-3, 200gb 8mb cache ATA 133 Maxtor Diamondmax+, 256mb Leadtek a350 GeForceFX 5900 ultra @485/922, 19" Iiyama MST

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    Quote Originally Posted by daz_uk
    how come you managed to get the fsb to 213 on a 166 chip then?? most i can manage on my 2700+ (multiplier locked) is 177 stable....
    He has an NF7 V2.0 (i.e. guaranteed 200 fsb capable).

    Your Sl-75FRN may do 200fsb but chances are it won't (now if it was an FRN2..).

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      • Memory:
      • Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 2x8GB
      • Storage:
      • 256GB Samsung 960 PRO + 512GB Samsung 960 Evo
      • Graphics card(s):
      • Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
      • PSU:
      • XFX P1-650X-NLG9 XXX 650W Modular
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      • Fractal Design Node 804
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    The multiplier is completely seperate to the FSB. And yes, Barton 2500's are that good at overclocking.

    Have you tried increasing the voltage of the chip to give it more power?

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    Well with my current bios (1.2L) my FSB is maxxed at 200 (its a 333 fsb board but with 400 ddr support) so when I put the 3200+ in (400fsb type) then I had to manually raise the fsb to the boards maximum of 200fsb and it worked fine... but of course it wasn't offical support and the 3200+ chip is obviously 200 anyway.
    I did try raising the voltage on my 2700+ chip but any more than 177 and either windows don't boot or machine resets when benching.
    To be honest, i'm gonna get my machine running better than it is at the moment with my 9800xt and sound problems sorted out (see my other thread below) before I try getting to 185 in earnest.
    Maybe now I have some 3200 ram UNDERCLOCKED to 175 (in sync with my cpu) I will have more luck cos it was kingston 2700 Value ram so maybe it was my limiting factor!
    Trouble is, this TwinMOS on TwinMOS will NOT work at 200 with the Nforce2 mobo's but it will work when its underclocked so maybe I will reach a ceiling on that anyway. I'm happy with my performance anyway - if i could sort out my sound problems!

    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Al
    The multiplier is completely seperate to the FSB. And yes, Barton 2500's are that good at overclocking.

    Have you tried increasing the voltage of the chip to give it more power?
    Current Rig:
    2700+@175fsb/2257mhz, Soltek 75FRN-L, 2x512mb TwinMOS on TwinMOS 3200 RAM (Dual Channel) @175 (synced with fsb) 8-3-3-2.5 timings, 120gb 8mb Cache ATA 133 Maxtor Diamondmax +, 80gb Maxtor ATA133, 256mb Sapphir radeon 9800XT @ stock, 19" Hansol 920P.

    Currently Building for brother:
    3200+@200fsb, MSI K7N2-L Delta, 2x 512mb Crucial 3200 RAM@200 (single channel) 8-3-3-3, 200gb 8mb cache ATA 133 Maxtor Diamondmax+, 256mb Leadtek a350 GeForceFX 5900 ultra @485/922, 19" Iiyama MST

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