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    2500+ @ 2.5 Ghz

    I was playing around with my FSB today, and for some reason it went past its usual limit of 220...



    And the stranger thing, I had the memory at 2-2-2-11 ... which is strange as it usually dies at 220 FSB with 2-3-3-11??
    I ran PiFast 4 times and it didnt fail once...
    Im going to continue fiddling today to see what else I can manage...

    EDIT: btw its an Athlon 2500+ (not the mobile thingys)
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    I wonder why your reported voltages differ? Unless you increased it using the right-hand program and havn't refreshed CPU-Z. I should imagine it'd get quite hot at 1.975 volts under load on fansink cooling.
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    I believe CPU-Z didnt report it correctly... but it was at 1.925 as the sensor in the right hand thing says

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    Nice clock

    I have not ever tried mine past 217 but its crucial ram so i don't expect it will clock as well as yours

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    Dude, that chip is a monster for a non-mobile. congrats
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    So is it memtest86 & Prime 95 stable?

    If you have not tried google for them and let us know

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamesaregood
    So is it memtest86 & Prime 95 stable?

    If you have not tried google for them and let us know
    Dunno, after I got that speed, I wanted to see how much further itd go.. it made it to 229 then crashed.. but ill check it again and run them tests today after work sometime

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    Quote Originally Posted by Applecrusher
    Dunno, after I got that speed, I wanted to see how much further itd go.. it made it to 229 then crashed.. but ill check it again and run them tests today after work sometime
    Ok mate let us know once you have run some test but if its stable at 2.5 then your a very lucky guy

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    oh the joys.reminds me of the days when I had my barton 2500 up to 2.7GHz Vapochilled with 2.1V up its rear end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumbertot
    oh the joys.reminds me of the days when I had my barton 2500 up to 2.7GHz Vapochilled with 2.1V up its rear end!
    I bet that was fast what have you got now? Also was that a mobile otherwise it was a dam fine clocker

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumbertot
    oh the joys.reminds me of the days when I had my barton 2500 up to 2.7GHz Vapochilled with 2.1V up its rear end!
    Damn.. I wish I had a vapochill or some uber cooling stuff.. all I have is a SP-97 and a Thermaltake UFO...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamesaregood
    I bet that was fast what have you got now? Also was that a mobile otherwise it was a dam fine clocker

    just got me a 3500+. waiting on the neo coming as this asus a8v 1.02 dont lock pci/agp unfortunately, too old a version for beta bios to do its magic.

    no its was just a normal barton however it was the famous AQXEA 0330, the best stepping ever. yeah it was lightning quick. put it head to head with a m8s P4 at 4GHz and it kicked its ass in all areas apart from the obvious mem bandwidth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Applecrusher
    Damn.. I wish I had a vapochill or some uber cooling stuff.. all I have is a SP-97 and a Thermaltake UFO...

    never too late to give it a whirl. can pick up an old SE for around £100-£150 and get it regassed with r404.FREEZING!!!!!

    mine was a Vapo PE and i sold it for £250 about 16 months ago so sure you can pick 'em up much cheapness now, especially the white ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumbertot
    just got me a 3500+. waiting on the neo coming as this asus a8v 1.02 dont lock pci/agp unfortunately, too old a version for beta bios to do its magic.

    no its was just a normal barton however it was the famous AQXEA 0330, the best stepping ever. yeah it was lightning quick. put it head to head with a m8s P4 at 4GHz and it kicked its ass in all areas apart from the obvious mem bandwidth.
    Very nice Do you notice a massive differance when compareing the Athlon 64 3500+ to the 2.7Ghz Barton?

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    The A64 3500 Mach II cooled are superb......mine runs at 2800mhz and is like S**T of a shovel.

    I noticed a MASSIVE difference from the Barton 2500-m i had.

    Even the 754 3200 clawhammer i had was really quick (i'd say as quick as the 939 3500 at stock speeds)

    A64, the best way to fast pooters

    Nice overclock btw for a non 'm' 2500

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