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Old 2nd June 2004, 23:47   #1
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Default Overclocking the P4 Prescott

Gamer takes his latest P4 3.0E Prescott for a spin, searching the magical 4ghz, air cooled. Is it obtainable? Read on to find out: http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=190
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what kind of memmory did you use?
PC3200?
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what kind of memmory did you use?
PC3200?
--> I picked up a 2nd hand Abit IC7 Max, new/old GF4 Ti4200 and used my trusty OCZ PC4200 which ran perfectly at 275+Mhz on my Asus P4C800-E Deluxe.
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what bios did you run it on ?
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BIOS compile date: 10/30/2003

didn't flash it, because it worked without a problem out of the box.
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What temps did u get with air cooling ?
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to hot to handle

about 75 in bios with 1.65 vcore.
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And load @ 3.9GHz ? 80c 90c
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Really nice overclock, I knew these chips had it in them. Your PWM temps don't seem too bad either. How high did they get when running 3D applications?
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woah hot and roasty
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