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#13 GmAz

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Posted 28 March 2004 - 12:42 PM

I think I will order a 2500-2600+ mobile and some pc3700-4000 ram next month and see how high I can go.

Any ideas on the best ram to go with? corsair, mushkin, kingston HX, 3700 or 4000. I was looking at the kingston because of the board I run but hay I run mushkin just fine. I also figured I wouldn't get to 4000 bus speed but it would be a trip. I figured 11x233 or ?????.... :lol:

Anyideas that would make this overclock scream would be great.... :P

Ya, get watercooling. I gonna get a mobile 2500 as soon as I sell my 2500 barton (1 prospective buyer already) and with my watercooling, it would be cool to hit 2600Mhz. real cool! :)

And by the way, is the 2500 or 2600 barton mobile better?

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Posted 28 March 2004 - 01:22 PM

I think I will order a 2500-2600+ mobile and some pc3700-4000 ram next month and see how high I can go.

Any ideas on the best ram to go with?  corsair, mushkin, kingston HX, 3700 or 4000.  I was looking at the kingston because of the board I run but hay I run mushkin just fine.  I also figured I wouldn't get to 4000 bus speed but it would be a trip.  I figured 11x233 or ?????.... :lol:

Anyideas that would make this overclock scream would be great.... :P

Ya, get watercooling. I gonna get a mobile 2500 as soon as I sell my 2500 barton (1 prospective buyer already) and with my watercooling, it would be cool to hit 2600Mhz. real cool! :)

And by the way, is the 2500 or 2600 barton mobile better?

dunno which is better, i guessed the 2600+ and its running 2650mhz (on air!) at only 1.70V lol, once my new psu gets in i will let you know the full results. the math and reason would say that the 2600+ at the moment is the cream of the crop from AMD when it comes to their bartons, i have heard some talk about a 2800+ M but forget where i read that.

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Posted 28 March 2004 - 01:30 PM

Code, why does your sig say you have a Barton at 4060+? is taht a typo or not your clock speed?

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Posted 28 March 2004 - 04:17 PM

:D just picked up my 2500 mobile yesterday with a a7n8x mobo and a volcano 12 to cool the thing. Hopefully ill get 2400ghz at 12 x 200. Im hopeing the extra dual channel bandwidth on the ram will help keep it stable since my ram probably wont like goin past 200mhz (if i have to!) Hopefully i wont have to use this site due to unforseen circumstances :huh: keep u posted on my results

Edited by rein, 28 March 2004 - 04:17 PM.


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Posted 28 March 2004 - 04:23 PM

Code, why does your sig say you have a Barton at 4060+? is taht a typo or not your clock speed?

some programs calculate what your cpu would be called at a given speed. ex 1.83 = 2500+, 2.2 = 3200+
well.. what ever he happens to be at.. would be a 4060+ :P
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Posted 28 March 2004 - 05:45 PM

Code, why does your sig say you have a Barton at 4060+?  is taht a typo or not your clock speed?

http://www.localghos...jects/amdpr.php

ofcourse this program isnt 100% accurate. some dude over at hardforums wrote it up in a few minutes, but i know there are others out there. my clock rate is at 2650mhz (212 x 12.5)(air). my new psu will be in next week, my current one is having crazy V fluxes with a vcore past 1.75v.



*edit* ohh and rein lower you ram timmings and up the voltage on it, higher fsb is more important then timmings. use memtest86 to determine stability.

Edited by C0DE, 28 March 2004 - 05:48 PM.