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Athlon 2100 Xp Overclocking

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Hey guys, I'm curious to know what speeds some other Athlon 2100 owners have reached.

 

I'm currently running @ 2241 MHz.

 

Athlon 2100XP

Abit NF7 nForce2 MB

768 MB PC2700 Kingston RAM

CaseMaxx 610 (Chieftec variant)

 

Temps are: 37 idle, 44 stress

 

My FSB is set to 166 MHz

Multiplier is set to 13.5

VCore is set to 1.75 Volts

 

I thought that those were decent specs using an air cooled rig, but I'd like to know what everyone else has.

 

I haven't tried much higher, but I think I can reach 2300 MHz with more tweaking :-)

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I got a 1800 XP and mine is running stable at 2100mhz :)

Fsb:175

mp:12x

vcore: 1,55v

 

Can't get much more out of it <_<

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i got athlon 2000+

Im not overclocked it over 2Ghz just changed

fsb

but the temp is 80C so I skip it

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My 2100 is running at 2.2GHz for the last year. 40*idle, 45* 100% loaded. That's on an Asus A7N8X-Deluxe with 512 Megs of PC2700 (333). The FSB is at 166 with a 13.5 multiplier. That's on a Coolermaster (I forget the model) hsf.

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That 2600 barton could get faster, check out my 2500 barton in my sig.

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Guest FxXP

2500+ @ 2305 (200x11.5) 1.8v

2000+ @ 2244 (187x12) 1.7v

 

The GA board is holding him back.

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my xp2100 w/ my old Asus A7n8X board did 2.31ghz.

 

my xp1800 w/ my new Dfi Ultra Infinity board does 2.43ghz

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