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|29th September 2004, 13:24||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Athlon 64 S939 90nm 3200+ HOT or NOT ?
AMD's newest A64 CPU for S939 , the 3200+, hot or not?
overclocker or not?
next Celeron 300A? XP1700+ TbredB? what do you think?
|29th September 2004, 15:27||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2004
not, the bits and pieces of info that I've read are somewhat dubious in terms of overclocking.
some state big gains (like the recent newcastles), others state small gains (like the old clawhammers)
a few degrees hotter, factory settings vcore not much lower (1.4V ?)
1 newspost stated it runs at std speeds (or was it slightly oc'd?) @ 1.2V without probs.
Like always, it'll be wait and see I guess
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|3rd October 2004, 08:43||#4|
s939 becomes more affordable
if you screw up, a new one can be more easily bought.
Only time will tell if it is a good overclocker-> he will meet my vapo :grin:
after this cpu, awaiting DFI to release a board for s939
|3rd October 2004, 11:01||#5|
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It's too expensive to be the next 50$ XP1700+. :/
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