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Old 19th May 2008, 21:35   #11
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At HWBot you say its a P5A, voltmodded that to?
 
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I think he owns a P5A as well
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At HWBot you say its a P5A, voltmodded that to?
Hmm, where did I say that?
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Remarkable result: http://www.hwbot.org/result.do?resultId=698461

This guy is roughly 40s in front of the other guys who hit 300MHz stable. At 315MHz with lowest memory timings I'm still roughly 30s slower then this guy, would that be due to the Sis chipset?
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Some motherboards have L2 cache soldered onto the motherboard, which makes quite some difference when put together with such a slow chip.

G, when are you going to mount your mach2 unit on the Pentium?
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Have the peltier on it ATM, but its not really needed, can get same speeds when air cooled

2x cache here.
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Iirc, the PCchips you have now only has 512kb cache on board, while some other boards have 2MB on board.

Recently found this site, maybe it can help: http://home.datacomm.ch/artois/Specs...07%20Specs.htm
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Iirc, the PCchips you have now only has 512kb cache on board, while some other boards have 2MB on board.

Recently found this site, maybe it can help: http://home.datacomm.ch/artois/Specs...07%20Specs.htm
To be correct, it's 2x512kb = 1MB, but I catch your drift
Your Gigabyte board has 'only' 512MB?

Nice link btw
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I bought the Gigabyte for maximum overclock, I'm looking to buy a 2M cache mobo for benchmarks right now. The only board on ebay.de, however, can only be send for 23€ to belgium, which would mean I'd pay 4x more for the shipping than for the actual board ... a no-go.

In the meanwhile, I was looking for my 590i board as well, but turns out those are still being sold at 50€+
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Still stuck @ 100MHz Front Side Bus, good enough for second place at hwbot.org. Came upon CPU Cool, a tool which allows adjusting FSB in windows, unfortunately it is not able to set FSB beyong PLL specifications. So, maxing out at 100MHz
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