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    Amd 2500 Xp-m

    Has anyone got one of these, what are they like? how fast are they able to go?

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    Got 1, it is very nice
    2.7GHz (260fsb) on air.

    Make sure that you get the 1.45V version & not the 1.65V - I recommend CPU City.

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    Is that 260fsb in the bios or acctual fsb?
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    I got mine to 12x225 with water. Got mine from CPU city, same as Buff. Good value chips, tho these days i'd go 4 an a64 2800 or 3000. Personal pref I might add.
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    So the acctual fsb is well over 400 then.
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    No that is actual fsb with AMD chips. You're thinking of Intel/P4's
    12x225=2700MHz
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF
    Got 1, it is very nice
    2.7GHz (260fsb) on air.

    Make sure that you get the 1.45V version & not the 1.65V - I recommend CPU City.
    Why the lower voltage?

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    Ok I'm totally out of the loop with these things...these are mobile chips for laptops, but they are still socket A and go in ANY socket A mobo (that would accept a normal 2500+)? And presumably if left at stock voltage would run lovely and cool and thus could have a really quiet fan on?
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    Basicly yes, or they can have their voltage upped to higher normal levels and be clocked to the the max
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    Quote Originally Posted by mobo
    Why the lower voltage?
    Because if it will run stable at a lower voltage at stock speeds, then you can up the voltage on a 1.45v to 1.65v and it will give you a higher overclockm and of course you can then continue upping the voltage, but there is a limit to the voltage motherboards can supply, and chips can take, so the lower the starting stable voltage the better
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    what kind of performance increase do you guys get going from 2.2ghz to 2.6 or 2.7 ghz???

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    Nothing tangible imo. A few fps or a minute or two processing Boinc or Seti. Mainly it's because .... you can
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    i know

    Just considering replacing my normal barton for a mobile in me shuttle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wurzel
    i know

    Just considering replacing my normal barton for a mobile in me shuttle
    Make sure you have enough voltage control in the Shuttle SFF BIOS first.

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    goes up to about 2v i think, it deffo goes beyong 1.85 v

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    thats more than enuff mate, im runnin mine at 1.6v at the mo - 2.2ghz

    it goes 2.3 with 1.725 but i cba any more, it gets too hot, i dont think its wise running a full tower with 1 fan


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