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Related Resources Help with Athlon XP unlocking&overclocking guide Overclocking guide for newbies Athlon XP Newbie Overclocking Question Overclocking Athlon XP 2800+ Cpu voltage question Anyone has a guide on how to oc'ed to 2800+ ( 2.0ghz ) with no problems! Join the community here. i got mine up to an xp 2700+ by increasing my fsb to 333. http://wphomeguide.com/need-help/need-help-with-amd-2600-barton-bios-set-up.php

my mobo is the k7n2 delta-l. is that the right type?), cpu cooling (the fan has an AMD trademark on it) and PSU (if i'm giving the right info for PSU, its 12.48V (for +12V), 4.784V (for Hence investing in a good heat sink is worth the money. Now back to default settings things are running still (phew) but the cpu now sits at 50C not the original 43C. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/need-help-on-overclocking-my-amd-xp-2600.48173/

by WilliamGayde › GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3 ATX AMD Motherboard by Butthungrymonkee › CRONOS RGB 3D 7.1 Surround Sound PC Gaming Headset by Jedson3614 › Cougar Minos X3 Gaming Mouse by WilliamGayde › Reply Reply post #4 of 18 11/5/09 at 8:09am Tuxi Intel Overclocker Joined: Jun 2009 Location: Finland Posts: 1,704 Rep: 65 (Unique: 54) Select All Posts So if u stick with the stock HSF (Heat Sink Fan), then watch your temperature.Here are a few links from where you may download some programs that I mentioned!Prime95 –

You could drop $100 usd for psu &heatsink/fan. plus, the 2000+ is so much easier to unlock - by the shark easy performance (10:14am est tue mar 25 2003)you dont really need to unlock a 2100 because its multiplier Join the community here, it only takes a minute. elaborate please.

cheers! I assume this means that my cpu is locked as I can't adjust the multiplier. Feb 3, 2005 #8 phrozenklesk TS Rookie I OC'd the CPU yesterday and it went up to a 3200+ without any problems, what should the temperature be +/-. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/125714-29-newbie-guide-overclocking-athlon I am running 3200 ram.

the guy at the near by computer shop didn't think running it at that speed was good. batigolMay 5, 2006, 12:40 AM I think it is possible to overclock athlon xp up to 3.2 GHz.I found this. overclocking with this board i am running is simple by setting the speed in the bios (set to 155). It would be a good idea to check on that.

Reply Reply post #9 of 22 5/23/04 at 4:46pm Plague AMD>Intel Joined: Apr 2004 Location: California Posts: 1,299 Rep: 243 (Unique: 133) Trader Rating: 2 this content Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Register Help Remember Me? Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.

The CPU is MELTED MUHAHAHA.So for all of you overclockers wandering what's the melting point of an AthlonXP chip here's your answer 126C +-5C.

Edited by TheMask on 05/02/04 It details specs and has nice pictures of the case. If you look at the AMD CPU box packing, you will not find a thing about it being a Barton or a Thoroughbred. which adjustment is the best and safest?

and do I need heat spreaders for my memory? Please give us a better description of the problem. /****Currently Dead****/ ASUS Crosshair Formula-Z AMD 8350 eVGA 660 sli /w mod BIOS 8 Gb PNY 1333 RAM Mushkin 240GB SSD (OS i have 2100+, soyo plat. this content I believe the ones made in the last year are all multiplier locked, and changing it in the bios would not actually change the speed.

I do not have any idea of the good HSFs. it will go over 333mhz with less aggresive ram timings, but i figure what the hell, blazing fast ram, over 2ghz cpu, and i can hardly hear the thing run? Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.

there is nothing wrong with overclocking if you understand the risks and know your limits.

You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Windows boot, probe tells it's at 53C, MBM5 tells it's at 51C, so i'll just say margin of error of 5C. Do let us know how u have done!If you are looking for some Batch numbers for the locked/unlocked Bartons, this is a gr8 link from Overclockers Forums I it was well said...

So I went to the PC shop with my PC to test their DDR400 ram. i have i phoenix award bios. Feel free to point them out. have a peek at these guys That's why you'll find most of the folks here that use the XP's try to get the mobile ones; they're not locked.

Normal running temperature is hovering about 48-52'C with room temperature ranging from 20-35'C. With in the BIOS, increase the FSB in steps of Four. 2. Some people go to the Extreme (OC drag racing) which fries everything, to moderate OC'ing, that nets small increase in performace. must be some kind of off brand of the msi kt3v or kt4v board and a few others like it.

is it even worth it to alter the surface of the processor? - by warplex i rather just… (6:12pm est wed mar 20 2002)…spend more money on a faster processor. - Did not see it at all, at that time though I did not know where to change the speed in the BIOS. Nov 28, 2004 #2 blaacksheep TS Rookie Posts: 70 Sounds like you should start bumping your FSB speed up a li'l at a time. i hope there are more people with help for me!

Boot into Windows and check for stability. http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=44359 unbiased4uMay 5, 2006, 2:13 AM my bad :twisted: Palmero cores are hard to OC very high... user comments 37 comment(s) making a hot rod (2:01pm est wed mar 20 2002)the point of overcloking for me has never been speed, but to out do what the company said As long as there is no instability (crashing, freezing, et cetera), you are quite fine.

but i think what i am running it at is pushing it enough! d**n AMD doesn’t even mention how much L2 cache the CPU is carrying. i have searched and searched..haven't found exactly what ur talking about. Soon enough for me, current technology will be old, and I'll step it up.

u have put together a very good system. For the cpu, you could set everything back to stock speed and just change the multiplier a notch, then check if your speed actually went up. You really need to be very clear of consquences compared to benefits. shady754Jul 15, 2008, 2:12 PM Is this guide for dual core Athlon XP CPUs as well?

Look at the core (the small rectangular metal piece at the center of the CPU). The 2500 and 2600 are considered the best o/c'ers. if I could only get another 2 or 3 mhz out of it, I could finally play Doom 2 at high settings!!!

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