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The old Tbired can take a 60c max full load. I'm more comfortable @ a 55c max and has been running @ that temp range for many years, it use to run 24/7 but is only up occasionally lately... my win 98SE rig!
    
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The old Tbired can take a 60c max full load. I'm more comfortable @ a 55c max and has been running @ that temp range for many years, it use to run 24/7 but is only up occasionally lately... my win 98SE rig!
Yea, well he has Stock heatsink. The VIA motherboard overclocks but not that well.... He's runing Linux and Windows XP on hes Machine with 256MB PC3200 Runing @ 133Mhz and onboard 32MB Video card
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That Asus A7V133C was the OCing MB of the day
    
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Thanks for your replies guys.
So all in all, seeing that my machine CPU never gets up to 55d (it stays at around 53 under full load, during the day, with the case closed).
Do you think I could go ahead and o'clock my CPU with the evercool cooler that I have? (Pic on first page)

I only have a slot extraction fan, and the PSU with the 120mm Fan right over the CPU talking out air.
Apart from those its just one fan taking in air into the sys.
How feasible does it sound?

Also, my mobo cant adjust vcore voltages :|, Only multi/FSB, perhaps it will know what voltage to give to the chip when I o'clock it, but I doubt it, so the WIREMOD (bridging pin holes) in my usual route.

Does anyone foresee any possible problems using this method?

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Yea, well he has Stock heatsink. The VIA motherboard overclocks but not that well.... He's runing Linux and Windows XP on hes Machine with 256MB PC3200 Runing @ 133Mhz and onboard 32MB Video card
Who? :|

If you're talking about me.. I have a F/S made for oclocking (in its day) and a 128mb card.
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Perhaps this forum hasn't been alive long enough, I don't know.
But searching through its archives... I seems that there isn't anything detailing the overclock-ability of the Athlon -1333MHZ.
So for the record, I'd just like to state what I've found.

I should just mention that in my attempts at o'clicking this chip, I was not aiming for the higher o'clock possible really, but for the best overclock not requiring a voltage raise. What I normally refer to as a mild overclock.

Seems the best is 1474. (11 x 134)

At 11 x 135, The system would crash during heavy data operations like defragging and gaming, but seemed to run ok otherwise.

At 11 x 136/7 the system would not boot, too bad.. no 1.5 ghz .

I'll be posting the benchmark differences soon. As well as my total rig specs (read signature), But in a nutshell the best this CPU seems to be capable of at stock voltages is 1474.

As I mentioned, my sys would normally keep the CPU at 8-10 d over the case temp, normally around 44d average, 46/47/50 on a hot day.
Now the sys runs at 49 or so under load, at night.
Just thought I'd give an idea at how much hotter it runs.

So, no one uses an athlon 1.33 anymore, and this will prolly be useless, but I just though I'd share this.. seeing that there's no documented information like this on OC.net
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2 month ago I've had a nice explosion =) I've connected my new In-Win 430 PSU into old K7VTA3 with AMD TBird 1.3...lol...there was nice smoke and a little "Blast!" from the socket...I wonder why did it happened...
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Thanks for your replies guys.
So all in all, seeing that my machine CPU never gets up to 55d (it stays at around 53 under full load, during the day, with the case closed).
Do you think I could go ahead and o'clock my CPU with the evercool cooler that I have? (Pic on first page)

I only have a slot extraction fan, and the PSU with the 120mm Fan right over the CPU talking out air.
Apart from those its just one fan taking in air into the sys.
How feasible does it sound?

Also, my mobo cant adjust vcore voltages :|, Only multi/FSB, perhaps it will know what voltage to give to the chip when I o'clock it, but I doubt it, so the WIREMOD (bridging pin holes) in my usual route.

Does anyone foresee any possible problems using this method?



Who? :|

If you're talking about me.. I have a F/S made for oclocking (in its day) and a 128mb card.
(and W2K )
Slot fans can be counter productive dependant on the overall system. They can stel from the basic in the bottom/front out the top/rear.
A few things to consider on the cheep, modding the front of the case to a 120mm does wonders, if possible adding a 92mm to the side cove to blow on the CPU and adding a top cover blow hole of either a 92 or 120mm will do wonders of the air flow and vastly improve the case and PCU temps.
Long ago I upped from 80mm in/out to just modding the front to 1200mm and nad a 92 to the rear, case temps reduced to 5-7c and the cpu down 3-4c.
    
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post #18 of 25
i had to put a tornado on my barton to keep it cool and i only overclocked it like 400mhz
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Do you have PC3200 ram?
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Thanks for the comments peeps.

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Slot fans can be counter productive dependant on the overall system. They can stel from the basic in the bottom/front out the top/rear.
Hmm, let me see if I get you striaght. You're saying that the ideal flow of air in a case (from front-bottom to top-rear) might be interrupted by a slot fan.. so it might not be best?
.. if thats what you're saying then Id have to say that I see the logic in that.


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A few things to consider on the cheep, modding the front of the case to a 120mm does wonders
,
cool . I will, if I can fit one; the extra HDD bays I've added take up some space - just a normal lil fan down there.

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if possible adding a 92mm to the side cove to blow on the CPU and adding a top cover blow hole of either a 92 or 120mm will do wonders of the air flow and vastly improve the case and PCU temps.
,
Darn, no can do, its an at case.
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