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|20th April 2003, 00:16||#1|
Xp 1800+ Jiuhb Oc
Im currently running a XP 1800+ JIUHB with a Zalman CNPS 7000 modded to fit a AMD XP CPU.
It's currently running 2000MHz (2400+) @ 1.7V @ 32°C in prime95 test 400 (and counting).
Motherboard in an epox 8RDA+, running at 166FSB and 12* multiplier. the northbridge is actively cooled by a hercules cooler (the one from the 9700 series) and I stuck some heatsinks to the voltage regulators with some double sided tape. Southbridge is cooled by the ex-northbridge passive cooler.
Memory is some kingston cas2.5 Pc 2700 BGA running 2.5-2-2-4, synch. It did 2-2-2-3 stable at 133fsb.
We're running test 900 right now, and still stable at 32°C.
I am going to lower the fan speed of the northbridge cooler, as it's a bit high pitched, and vibrating (2 fan blades broke off, I glued them back on)
and the fanmate will be installed to since it's pushing loads of air.
Hmmm, this baby can go higher....
|20th April 2003, 00:42||#3|
I used 2 standoff mounts from a matrix case screwed togerther.
I screwed those into 2 opposing holes around the socket, used some spacers from a matrix case to insulate them.
Finally screwed the cooler onto these, carefully, untill my thread was out.
I think it's way more then AMD recommended pressure, and definitly WAY more then the max recommended weight.
I added another 0.5 multiplier, I now got an XP 2600+
Won't go any further however, the systems boots into "safe mode" at 100MHZ *11.5 whenever I go above 13*. It doesn't seem to be a limit of any component, but rather a bug in the 13+ multi.
anyone know anything about this ??
|20th April 2003, 12:44||#6|
And how do we do that.
lemme guess, buy PC 3200 memory. (looks in empty pocket)
nah it'll do for the moment, an XP 2600+ for the price of an 1800+
Anyway, it spent the night on prime95
no errors and 34°C after 11 hours, 58 minutes.
Pifast 100k digits in 0.23 seconds
1 million digits in 3.44 seconds
10 million digits in 57.84 seconds (hmm 13 megs of PI on my HD)
|20th April 2003, 23:26||#10|
Owke, it freaked out at 175 FSB.
I'm going to try to reduce the CAS latency of my memory to see if I can stabilize it.
If not then 170 *12.5 is about the limit.
Gives 1555 3d mark scores with a vanilla Ti4200 from Aopen, onboard sound (nforce) and 512MB memory.
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