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Toaster Sigs (NF2/AthlonXP ONLY!)

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ok please DO NOT POST ANY ATHLON64 SCREENSHOTS

 

because this is not the thread for them yet....I've got a couple of things happening...and if you guys are REALLY wanting an A64 toaster/blender/whatever, then you need to read this and help me out or it is never going to happen anytime soon:

 

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8274

 

 

now i still have not finalized the specs, but it would be something close to this:

 

http://www.angrygames.com/nf4-ultra/slidr-9a.jpg

 

if you cannot read that, then see a slightly larger pic:

http://www.angrygames.com/nf4-ultra/slidr-9.jpg

 

 

anyway, its coming soon...but for now:

 

THIS TOASTER SIG IS STILL ONLY FOR 32-BIT ATHLON XP CPU'S!

 

sooooooon the A64's will get their own sigs/avatars...

 

Piece of cake.

 

Why dont you do it 260 2-2-2-5 for BH-5 guys and 300 for TCCD guys? That seems as dificult as 250mhz with a Tbred.

 

Greets.

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Not really. Thing is, 300MHz only makes sense for those guys with 3000+ CPUs, as the way high HTT doesn't get you any performance on A64.

For my example, I can merely see a difference between 250x11 and 275x10, still I'm running 275 as I can keep the same timings I use for 250. I also picked my RAM for quite high clocks BUT good latencies, not only for really high clocks alone. Doesn't make sense.

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260 2-2-2- is too easy with BH-5/UTT

300 is too easy for good TCCD

 

dont worry though, it will be something challenging like it was for the NF2

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everytime i run prime95 i always get error randomly, first error was 10min, then 2nd attempt 1 hour, 3rd attempt 50 min, 4th attempt 30 min, then my last attempt was 4 hours. On SuperPI 32mb it works perfectly, run it 3 times without problem, Memtest89 Works fine. do you think its my PSU thats holding me up? on Bios, my PSU rail +12v=11.79v-11.82 v

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I think both a Toaster and a new Slash Hat would be appropriate. :)

 

@MicroAMD - have you tried just a tad more Vcore? loosening timings? GL

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Erm... isn't there a way for Linux users to get a toaster as well?

 

I can do 250x10 nicely, but I don't feel like installing Windows :P

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