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    Old school OC - resized

    PICS! lol. Here's another, but it's not as old as that last one. It's currently my home server. Hard drives: 80 GB (system), 250 GB, 300 GB, and 350 GB Video card: Geforce MX2 400 AGP 64 MB Motherboard: Asus CUSL2-C Chipset: Intel i815 CPU: Pentium 3 1 GHz OCed to 1.125 GHz Memory: 2x 256 of generic PC133 MHz (7.5 * 150MHz) 3-3-3-7 http://www.ps-innovations.com/pics/p3oc.jpg
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    Old school OC - resized

    Thats fine. It is definately stable. It is currently using an integreated video from the SiS chipset, so no 3D benchies. Plus, I already spent too much time already as is. I definately remember those 366a - I had one, and absolutely loved it at the time. Of course, I also had the PII-450 at the time (paid a pretty penny for it too - NEVER AGAIN!). Google searching for reviews and articles of the old Celery really puts you back in the past!
  3. Ah thanks, so I see the rabbit hole goes further... I hope that the S12 that is enroute from NewEgg is the new revsion that works. I am going to use it to test my Gigabyte K8NXP P4 setup (for some reason, it turns on after about 1 to 2 seconds after I shut it off). I am going to sell the set up to someone else to buy the DFI setup, but I want to make sure that my old setup works flawlessly before I sell it.
  4. Sorry for being such a newb, but I trying to research all I can about which DFI board I want. I know they are highly tweakable, and the most sought out board for tweakers. I haven't been following DFI until now, as I used to be a Asus fanboy (and then on to Gigabyte, when Asus consistantly ran unstable). Moving from a Prescott Socket 478, I want to be diving into the Athlon x2s now. Newegg even lists several Lanparty nF4 boards (two of which look to be the exact same model, but different prices): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16813136158 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16813136157 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16813136151 But even more confusing is the fact that I can't find the differences between the Lanparty nF4 SLI-DR and the Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-DR. And where I can even purchase the Expert? Thanks.
  5. Bulding a cheapo PC for someone, but still decided to overclock it anyways. Asus ME99-VM Intel Celeron 400 (Mendocino core) 2x 128 MB of SDR133 To refresh your memory, standard bus speed is 6x 66MHz = 400 MHz. Stock 2.0v core (whoa). Now it is at 6x 83 MHz = 500 MHz. I did not change the core voltage. Stability is just being checked, and while I was at it, I decided to take a screen shot.
  6. Yes, please sticky this. I asked the same Q. -_-; lol
  7. well, i read that you still need to jumper it to the 5v rail because of the cold-boot issue with Seasonic S12 PSUs. Am I correct on that?
  8. Oh, btw, how is everyone with the Seasonic S12 600W coping? I already am having this shipped, and didn't know about the issue between this PSU and the DFI LP series of boards. I know there is a fix, but if I decided to put the memory on the 5+ volts rail, I think I will have to go with BH5 memory. I guess I want to know if everyone who has this PSU is - what voltage did you set your memory to, and is the memory running too hot using the voltage jumper fix?
  9. 6800GS, huh? Any links to benchmarks for it and the prices vs the 7800GT? Also, thank to everyone's input, I think I have decided to get the DFI LP-UT SLI-DR. All these different models are confusing the hell outta me (and I used to be on top of all this back when it was VooDoo II that was king, lol). I think out of all the DFI boards, I think this will be the best value. The non-SLI Ultra version is not that much less than this (especially since you have to take your time to mod it, and find the bridge). DFI Lanparty-UT SLI-DR - 169.00 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16813136157
  10. Ah, so the non-UT actually have less. That's weird because I thought having extra letters for a designation would mean it has more. I've also ran into the Infinity nF4-SLI. I know it would have less extras, but how does it compare to the Lanparty line in terms of overclocking? Right now I am interested in an inexpensive mobo with good overclocking results. Although the Asrock SATA2 mobo on the ULi chipset I heard was pretty good, I wanted something that can do Crossfire or SLI. I'm leaning towards SLI because currently the best value in video cards is the 7800GT. Thanks for the info so far.
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