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Old 16th January 2003, 18:52   #1
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Tbred A Tbred B low-end

post your results here!
most likely, all ppl will have them by next week wednesday or thursday

#1 : Tbred A: Teus
1800@ 1.75 vcore
1900@ 1.85 vcore

#2 : Low-end B: JMke
2200@ 1.90
2260@ 2.10

#3 : Low-end B: TA

#4 : Low-end B: Gamer

#5 : Low-end B: Dur0n
2080@ 1.86
2170# 2.08

#6 : Low-end B: Beki
b0rked

#7 : Low-end B: DJ-Evil
#8 : PlayboY; I'll order one for him next month. perhaps he'll get a high-end B


currently comparing both of em using up to 1.75 vcore (not higher as I'm waiting for SLK 800 powah)

the A goes up to 1800 ( I think) with 1.75 vcore
the B:
1.49 Vcore: up to 1750
1.51 Vcore: 1800
1.58 Vcore: 1850
1.65 Vcore: 1900
 
Old 16th January 2003, 19:16   #2
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ziet er toch al goed uit.

it does look quite nice already.
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and ??
this is the highest you can go ?
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Old 16th January 2003, 22:15   #4
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I think he fell asleep
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Old 17th January 2003, 06:52   #5
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I think he fell asleep
and yes I did
let it burn-in this night...

just gave it a lil' bit more of voltage (1.51) to let it run @1800

Windows boots, so it's prolly going to be stable

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bought today a 1700+ Tbred, no boot

going to try other biosses

edit: woot

after 5 biosses, I had still no boot, then I removed the capacitator from my mobo, and it works


1700+ @ 1800 Mhz @ 1.57 Vcore @ 33° C stressed

Kan go higher and stable at this vcore, but 1830 mhz, doesn't look that nice as 1800 Mhz, this weekend, I'm going to do Volt mod to raise core voltage
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Old 17th January 2003, 17:34   #7
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:/
dont get it :/

I'm running a tbred (A) 1800+ @ 147*11.5, not even agressive timings... a stick of corsair pc3200 xms, volcano9 (used AS3) with 2700rpm papst... Denk zelfs niet dat die 100% stabiel draait...

Temps are fine now (installed me a papst 120mm in the roof of the case). Runs stressed (folding 24/7) @ 37-41° depending on room temp, which is quite normal I think. All this @ 1.550 V (standard = 1.5). When I raise the voltage just a LITTLE bit (1.575-1.6), the pc automatically shuts down after a while, sometimes even after 10-15 seconds. The settings for auto-shutdown when overheating are disabled. I'm working with the leadtek nforceČ , K7NCR18D PRO, disabled the onboard sound and LAN...

There's a brand new 350 watt PSU (superflower) installed to feed 1 mobo+cpu+ram+GF4 MX+ 1 HDD, not even a cdrom drive :/ None of the fans are connected to the mobo. The 3.3v and 5v lines are very good, right on the spot :s I dont get it :s

Updated the bios with latest version.

I did notice the northbridge (passively cooled by crappy heatsink) was getting quite hot (> 50° I think, can't estimate that well ). Gonna put some AS3 between the chip and the HS, maybe even switch the HS with something bigger...

If this keeps going on, I'm gonna sell the mobo and buy the epox/asus or something :/ Can't even change the multiplier setting :s not that satisfied about the leadtek thingy :s

MOT : I might have found another cause. I noticed the Vmem was only 2.48v. So, I went to look in the manual. The jumper was set to the 2.6v setting, so I changed it to 2.7... But the voltage still seems to be stuck @ 2.48, how's that possible? :/ The jumpersetting is correct according to the manual (and I can clearly see the pin1 and pin6 marking)
 
Old 17th January 2003, 22:54   #8
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which mobo?

more OC results 2morrow as I'm just too pissed off right now
 
Old 18th January 2003, 09:45   #9
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OK, as the proc is running stressed @ 53° I have to stop now
unless... parents are off this evening I think, so I can put that v7+ @ max then...

anywayz, results are quite good
 
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which mobo?

more OC results 2morrow as I'm just too pissed off right now
leadtek nforceČ read more carefully K7NCR18D PRO
 
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