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Old 24th March 2003, 21:46   #51
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"kt133a"

I wouldn't count on it
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Old 25th March 2003, 16:27   #52
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"kt133a"

I wouldn't count on it
But are the L1 bridges of the 2400+ all factory-wise connected (or "not cut") before they leave the labs ? (because if so, I could up the mp a bit, from 15 to 16, and the fsb a slight bit, pushing the limits of my kt133a with an athlonXP @2.2GHz )
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the L1 bridges are connected
but they don't control the MP over 13x.. I think.
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Old 25th March 2003, 18:03   #54
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the L1 bridges are connected
but they don't control the MP over 13x.. I think.
Could be darn true, my bios only allows me to select a mp varying from 5.5 to 12.5 with my duron inserted.

"Darn !" :/

/mod: I remember something about the the last L3 bridge, more specific: if it was connected, you could select an mp-range of 5.5 to 12.5, and if not it was 13 to 20 I think. Most likely (mp is 15) the L3 bridge will be cut, giving the bios the signal to use the alternative mp-table, enabling the mp's ranging from 13 to 20.

Do I have misunderstood something, or is there still hope ?

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So now i got my 2100+ running at 17*133MHz = 2266MHz. I had to up the voltage a bit, itīs now 1.65V instead of the default 1.6V to get it perfectly stable (from 2600+ processors actually use 1.65V as default). The other way to overclock this fantastic mobo is upping the FSB. That way I got it up to 13*160MHz = 2080MHz at 1.6V, but the USB-controller seemed to drop occasionally. You can get these speeds with proper aircooling and new AIUHB (0250 or newer) processors without problems (actually latter example needs some good ram too). Now I have put watercooling in my case, so itīs time to do some testing with higher voltages. 1.3V and 1.425-1.80V(0.025V increments) are the voltage choices in 3.6 BIOS by the way. Hope my experience gives faith to those, who are not sure this mobo can handle these new TBreds. Yes it can! Now itīs time to test if this 2100+ can brake the 3000+ barrier
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