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Old 22nd August 2008, 19:19   #41
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Don't worry, in a month or 2 i'm going to switch to madschrimps. This is more organiseded than OTH
 
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What is OTH?
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-- AM5x86 P75 - AMD-X5-133ADW
-- Pentium MMX 200/66 SL27J socket 7
-- Pentium MMX 166/66 SL27A socket 7
-- Celeron 400 / 128 / 66 SL3a2 socket 370



Not for free, just bid something:

-- Pentium 3 667 / 256 / 133 SLOT1 + KOELER
-- Pentium 3 450 / 512 / 100 SLOT1 + KOELER
-- Pentium 3 1000 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- 2x Pentium 3 933 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium 3 866 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium 3 800 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- 2x Pentium 3 733 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium 3 667 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium Celeron 667 / 128 / 66 / Socket 370

-- Pentium 4 1.5 GHz / 256 / 400 / Socket 423
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just overclocked my P1 133Mhz to 210MHz CPU-z, and 233 in bios

Only CPU-z or my motherboard is doing stange thing, sometimes the frequentie jumps to 45MHz or something.

The aren't even that slow, my P1 @ 166 boots in 1,5 minutus
 
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-- AM5x86 P75 - AMD-X5-133ADW
-- Pentium MMX 200/66 SL27J socket 7
-- Pentium MMX 166/66 SL27A socket 7
-- Celeron 400 / 128 / 66 SL3a2 socket 370



Not for free, just bid something:

-- Pentium 3 667 / 256 / 133 SLOT1 + KOELER
-- Pentium 3 450 / 512 / 100 SLOT1 + KOELER
-- Pentium 3 1000 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- 2x Pentium 3 933 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium 3 866 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium 3 800 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- 2x Pentium 3 733 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium 3 667 / 256 / 133 / Socket 370
-- Pentium Celeron 667 / 128 / 66 / Socket 370

-- Pentium 4 1.5 GHz / 256 / 400 / Socket 423
I see 100+ HWboints there
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200MHz MMX and Celeron 400 please
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200MHz MMX and Celeron 400 please
Also look at my tweakers toppic:

http://tweakers.net/aanbod/advertent...n-gezocht.html

De gene die ik meerdere keren heb wil ik wel ruilen
 
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Have you ever had problems with your board. Didn't boot here until I checked CPU vcore and then suddenly jumped on. Found out CPU vcore MOSFET had came lose, resoldered it now.

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Yeap, that's what I was looking for: 140MHz FSB. But wait, JP9 ... I came across that multiple times already. Yes, in the first manual as well and ...





You see that, lads and gents? I can turn this baby into a Rev5.1 with one simple modification. Turning this board into a Rev5.2 requires me to find the missing JP10, which I haven't found on this board.



Now, all is well, you'd think, but this is MADSHRIMPS, my friends, we are always pushing things over the edge. How can I eventually make this board run higher than 135FSB? In theory it's possible, the PLL supports 140FSB, the only thing I need to figure out is how I can find that last jumper: JP10. That'll be something for Geoffrey, I'm afraid .
Nothing, adding the jumper nothing. Looks like it's masked or something.
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