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Old 5th July 2007, 13:02   #21
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ignore the spammer; he's trying to up his postcount so he can post his spamlink, all his posts have been deleted, all that lame effort for nothing, muha
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Mailed my local electronics dealer, he only has 24MHz oscillator available
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What types do you need? The best way to find oscillators is most likely to check dead motherboards/vga's.
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My list:
- meertoeren trimmertjes, 100k, 50k, 20k, 10k, 1k. Van elks een tiental.
- 2 keer 74F04 hex-inverters
- een kristal oscillator van 14,318MHz, één van 24 MHz, en één van 48MHz
- een kristal van 16MHz, 18MHz en 20MHz
- een voetje voor die kristalletjes
- 10 x 22 0hm weerstanden, laag vermogen
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www.conrad.be ?
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Old 22nd September 2007, 16:34   #28
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Anyone still reading this one?

I've modified a K6 board today, changed the 14,3MHz crystal to 16MHz and the system has been running stable for few hours now. It has been installing Windows XP without issue's, though I haven't seen anything which confirms that my system is actually overclocked. Boot says my CPU is still clocked at 300MHz, I downclocked my 350MHz cpu because at stock settings it refused to boot. That's good actually, it confirms that my mod was successful. No USB support though, I'll hook up another drive to copy CPU-Z alike software.

HD isn't doing weird either, I noticed a second 14,3MHz crystal near the IDE cable connectors, I think that the manufacturer might have chosen for a second PLL for I/O though I can find only one clock generator IC. I've a second crystal ready too, 18MHz, I'll try that one sooner or later too.

PS: can anyone get this softwaretool running on their PC?
OCtool: http://www.overclockers.com/tips745/OC_Function.zip
HTML page: http://www.overclockers.com/tips745/
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http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dl...shtml?cc3250mt

Add this to windows\system
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Does not seem to work here
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