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    Gonna overclock my 2400XP, stock is 2 ghz, I have all aircooled with 6 fans, what is the recommendation that i should go up to without explosions and any tips, I'm quite new to this tweaking business?

  • #2
    Spectre, paging Spectre. ;)
    I do what I can.

    cpgf: (n.) Acronym describing a significant other who has not yet acheived full spousal status and is in possession of a cable modem; of note because at YOUR house, you still have dial-up -- and crappy dialup at that.

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    • #3
      Offence chamber?

      ...

      Err..

      NS thing
      - 52

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      • #4
        Originally posted by HSantal'
        Spectre, paging Spectre. ;)

        hehe...I think he is getting burnt out!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cobra
          Originally posted by HSantal'
          Spectre, paging Spectre. ;)

          hehe...I think he is getting burnt out!
          NO FREAKING WAY !!! I'm just hitting my stride !

          Vapor...I need :

          Motherboard type

          Ram type and amount and number of sticks

          Power supply information

          CPU information

          CPU Heatsink type and type of fan

          Current temps

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          • #6
            indeed.

            keep it under 60c
            i think he has an Nforce2 setup
            2400 is 133fsb bus isnt it?
            2400 is locked at default multi
            From Adam Webb

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            • #7
              I know a special unlocking trick...however i doubt Vapor has the bullocks to place a wire in his CPU socket and then press the CPU on top of it, therefore unlocking the multiplier. ;)

              The wire trick would unlock his FSB options and ALL multipliers.

              We'll see.

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              • #8
                i just use a conductive paint on the MB or, if i CBA to take the board out, i do it on the CPU pins..the later is harder
                From Adam Webb

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                • #9
                  **** man i just had the fright of my life....

                  i tried 233fsb while using /12 CPU speed for mem (197mhz i think it was)

                  booted fine... ran a few tests of prime (about 5minutes) then started 3dmark...BAMMMMMMM locks hard

                  reboot

                  R300 BIOS reflash tool came up :o and the bios for system settings kept crashing also :o

                  first time ive **** myself for ages... lol
                  From Adam Webb

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                  • #10
                    The wire trick isn't that hard to unlock the multiplier. I find it was much easier than using conductive paint. Just find the right holes and stick a wire in it, then the CPU on top of that.

                    - It's who you game with.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by =Sarc=
                      The wire trick isn't that hard to unlock the multiplier. I find it was much easier than using conductive paint. Just find the right holes and stick a wire in it, then the CPU on top of that.
                      I gave you the diagram didn't I??? Or did I mark the proper holes and give you the 22 Gauge brass wire???

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                      • #12
                        You marked the holes with black marker. It couldn't be clearer than that! Even without the marker, it's not hard for somebody to look at the picture and the socket to match up the holes.

                        - It's who you game with.

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                        • #13
                          Ok So i got,

                          MSI K7N2L,
                          1 x 512MB 2700 Crucial RAM,
                          550W Dual cooled PSUm
                          Athlon XP2400+ All stock settings,

                          Coolermaster HHC-001 & stock fan (http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1128)

                          Gonna buy some arctic silver 5

                          Case is cooled by 2 intake, 2 exhaust YSTECH 80mm fans

                          Don't know temps.....

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                          • #14
                            Edit: According to MBM5, I'm at 59 degrees cpu and i'm virtually idle :s

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                            • #15
                              I want to see that diagram!

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