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Old 5th March 2003, 14:55   #1
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Want to upgrade your Athlon Thunderbird? Take a look at latest XP1700+ & XP1800+ samples from the AMD farm, sporting a thoroughbred core and lots of overclocking potential. Can the older Abit KR7A tame this CPU ?
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Old 5th March 2003, 15:00   #2
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Some members of our forum jumped on the Tbred wagon & let you know how they perform

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DUR0N: +71%
XP1700+ JUIHB 0302: 2510mhz | 2.06 vcore | aircooling
XP 1700+ JUICB ?? : 2170mhz | 2.08 vcore | air?

RB: +65%
XP1700+ JUIHB 0302: 2430mhz | 2.10 vcore | high end ho
XP1800+ JUIHB 0304: 2300mhz | 1.85 vcore | high end ho
XP1800+ JUIHB 0304: 2300mhz | 1.85 vcore | high end ho
XP1800+ JUIHB 0304: 2250mhz | 1.85 vcore | high end ho


Teus: +29%
XP1700+ Tbred A : 1925mhz | 1.85 vcore | air
XP 1700+ JIUHB: 1830 | 1.5vcore | air

JMke: +54%
XP1700+ Tbred B JUICB : 2260mhz | 2.10 vcore | loud air
(crawling fora for other overclocks atm...)

PioPio: +54%
XP1700+ JUIHB 0304 : 2270mhz | 1.65vcore | plain air

morphlin@xtreme: +91%
XP1700+ JUIHB 0252 : 2810mhz | ?? vcore | plain ho

cpulloverclock@xtreme +80%
XP1700+ JUIHB 0252: 2642mhz | 2.24v | chilled ho

even more info -> Platinum 700Mb CD-R 100St voor 32.5
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fact is that this lowend tbred (costing virtually as much as filling up my car) on an old mobo (2nd hand at 40-50 euro's) and an older cooler (2nd hand at 25-35 euro's) can get ya performance equal to THE PERFORMANCE OF A STANDARD 3000+ barton + nforce2 when the latter is not overclocked...

Just try measuring a 3000+ barton with nforce 2 @ default 166 mhz versus this puppy running 175 mhz fsb @ almost 2200 mhz
(and you would easily make it run at even higher fsb when on this mobo, so 11*165-200 is possible, getting even higher performance)
the difference won't be very big...


total : 150 euro's versus over 1000 euro's...
he who does not overlock is an idiot and a moron...
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amen to that doc.....
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overclocking is a risk. A risk that not everyone is willin to take (as far as people know how to overclock)
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agree with Duron, deciding not to overclock doesn't mean you are an idiot or moron.

I just wanted to show you the possible speed increase you can have , when you want top performance, but don't have the cash for it
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total : 150 euro's versus over 1000 euro's...
You forgot to mention the memory to get a good oc corsair xms 3500 is about 130 euro to.
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75 , check "For Sale" forum
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nowp coz you need that on both systems, I was just stating the difference between systems
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uhm you can use cheap *** PC3200 DDR and still obtain equal performance if you use an XP3000+ in your rig
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