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Old 7th February 2007, 16:35   #11
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Lol, guess what I started bidding for this afternoon on TN forums?... a P2 233MHz
- some crazy dude got those booting @ 700MHz -

They are great overclockers because of the 66MHz bus speed they require, just like the cely's.


Hey, ABIT BH-6 was also a pioneer of overclocking thrue the BIOS, and it has the same chipset, should be getting the same results.
I guess you are referring to This score ?

Yeah, the BH-6 offers bios overclocking, but it's not really stable
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Got some decent SDRAM chips, PC133 CAS2. With my OCZ Powerstream 600W PSU I can alter the 3.3V line which SDRAM uses as supply voltage, 166MHz CAS 2 should be possible., tried 154MHz allready in one of my i-net pc's.
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I've found another board on my closet using the same PLL IC
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Dunno what to do with NB voltage. If it is using the 3rd or 4th voltage regulater that's also been put in the CPU voltage regulator, then I guess I will need a made-by-my-own voltage regulater. The direct feedback from the output voltage is linked with a "power good" check, altering that voltage might lockup the voltage regulator.
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Ow... I've found a SLOT to socket adapter too, amazing how much cool stuff I've laying around
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If latency is not a problem, that could indeed work. I was thinking about a differant approach: building on own FSB generator, though your idea might be easier to do. Thx
Updates?

I'm really curious if you can pull this off
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Not really, it's too sunny for that

I wonder...
this dude has clocked his P3 at the same speed as me, has the same memory speed and Cas latency, though he manages to beat me with 20s in superpi 1M. I tried some oldschool tweaking but I'm can't come even near his score: http://www.hwbot.org/compare.do?resultId=588857

where those Intel chipsets really so much faster back then?

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Well, he does have a clean screenshot so I don't think he's cheating. Intel chipsets rocked in terms of stability back then, i don't know about speed.
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Maybe the ability to set more advanced RAM timings helps him too
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Made a waterblock which I used for cooling CPU + 150W TEC:



Though last weekend the mobo died in between saving new BIOS settings, too bad, I really wanted to tweak it down a bit further.
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what temps did you get?
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10°C bios read

CPU Celeron 333 @ 2,7V

The block itself exists out of 2 pieces soldered together, connection pipes are also soldered.
I did clean it before usage, no cleaned pics tooken yet, didn't put much effort in cleaning it

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it has the same chipset, should be getting the same results.
Who/what/where are you talking about?
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