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post #11 of 25
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thanks, i should be able to clear 2.3ghz pretty easily. i'm sitting at 2.2 ghz (max) with my xp2500+ already.
How much juice are you putting throught it ? I got mine at 2370ghz at 1.850v , SI-97, A7N8X-Deluxe. 11x216. 42ºC at full load .. si-97 ftw i tell you!
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in order to get 2.2ghz i'm pulling 200x11.0 @ 1.850v. i can't even go 202x11.0, it won't post.
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I got my 2400+ to just over 2.6ghz last week but I needed 1.85 volts for that. Those high volts are not good for the XP-m. My Stepping starts with an I. Right now I am working on a super stable low temp/vcore overclock. Seem like it hits a wall right after 2.4ghz, so right now I have it at 200x12 w/1.675 volts. It's been priming along for a decent while now too.
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i have been able to do this so far:
215x10.0 at 1.775v and its stable.
i can't seem to push this xp2500+ past 2.2ghz. not sure why.
anyways, being today is my birthday, it seems fitting that my xp-m 2400+ has arrived in the mail

i'll let you guys know what i can push with this cpu.
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i have been able to do this so far:
215x10.0 at 1.775v and its stable.
i can't seem to push this xp2500+ past 2.2ghz. not sure why.
anyways, being today is my birthday, it seems fitting that my xp-m 2400+ has arrived in the mail

i'll let you guys know what i can push with this cpu.
While bringing up the speeds from default, it helps if you kick up the chipset voltage as well as your vcore. Notch it up a tenth, if that doesnt do it, notch it up again (2/10ths).
Sounds like your ram is holding you back. Loosen up the timings for it to boot, save settings and tighten them later.
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I got my XP-M 2600+ to 2.5ghz without any trouble on 1.75 vcore. The first four letters of the serial code is also important along with the stepping. AMD made several different versions of the mobile chips. There are desktop replacement mobile chips, mainstream, and low voltage chips. The desktop replacement chips use the standard voltage (1.65v) but just have the unlocked multi. The mainstream chips use lowered voltage (1.45v) and the low voltage chips use even more lowered voltage (1.35v). The lower voltage chips are the ones that OC better.

Here's a list of the chips:
Athlon XP-M "Thoroughbred" (Mainstream, 45 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 1600+ 1400 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 10.5x 1.55 June 10, 2002 AXMH1600FHQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1700+ 1467 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11x 1.55 June 10, 2002 AXMH1700FHQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1800+ 1533 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11.5x 1.55 July 15, 2002 AXMH1800FHQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1900+ 1600 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12x 1.50 September 24, 2002 AXMH1900FLQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.50 September 24, 2002 AXMH2000FLQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.45 AXMH2000FQQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1800 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.45 November 11, 2002 AXMH2200FQQ3C


Athlon XP-M "Thoroughbred" (Desktop Replacement, 72 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.60 March 12, 2003 AXMA2000FUT3C
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1800 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.60 March 12, 2003 AXMA2200FUT3C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 2000 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 15x 1.65 March 12, 2003 AXMA2400FKT3C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2133 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 16x 1.65 March 12, 2003 AXMA2600FKT3C


Athlon XP-M "Thoroughbred" (Low Voltage, 35 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 1600+ 1400 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 10.5x 1.35 March 12, 2003 AXMD1600FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1700+ 1467 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11x 1.35 March 12, 2003 AXMD1700FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1800+ 1533 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11.5x 1.35 March 12, 2003 AXMD1800FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1900+ 1600 MHz 256 KiB 200 MHz 16x 1.35 June 17, 2003 AXMD1900FJQ3B
Athlon XP-M 1900+ 1600 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12x 1.35 June 17, 2003 AXMD1900FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.35 June 17, 2003 AXMD2000FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1800 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.35 AXMD2200FJQ3C


Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Mainstream, 45 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1667 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.45 AXMH2200FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.45 AXMH2400FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2500+ 1867 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 14x 1.45 AXMH2500FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2000 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 15.0x 1.45 AXMG2600FQQ4C


Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Desktop Replacement, 72 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.60 AXMA2400FUT4C
Athlon XP-M 2500+ 1867 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 14x 1.65 2003 AXMA2500FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2000 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 15x 1.65 AXMA2600FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 2800+ 2133 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 16x 1.65 June 7, 2003 AXMA2800FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 3000+ 2200 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 16.5x 1.65 2003 AXMA3000FKT4C


Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Low Voltage, 35 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1667 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.35 July 13, 2004 AXMD2200FJQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.35 AXMD2400FJQ4C

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I got my XP-M 2600+ to 2.5ghz without any trouble on 1.75 vcore. The first four letters of the serial code is also important along with the stepping. AMD made several different versions of the mobile chips. There are desktop replacement mobile chips, mainstream, and low voltage chips. The desktop replacement chips use the standard voltage (1.65v) but just have the unlocked multi. The mainstream chips use lowered voltage (1.45v) and the low voltage chips use even more lowered voltage (1.35v). The lower voltage chips are the ones that OC better.

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Athlon XP-M "Thoroughbred" (Mainstream, 45 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 1600+ 1400 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 10.5x 1.55 June 10, 2002 AXMH1600FHQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1700+ 1467 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11x 1.55 June 10, 2002 AXMH1700FHQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1800+ 1533 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11.5x 1.55 July 15, 2002 AXMH1800FHQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1900+ 1600 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12x 1.50 September 24, 2002 AXMH1900FLQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.50 September 24, 2002 AXMH2000FLQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.45 AXMH2000FQQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1800 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.45 November 11, 2002 AXMH2200FQQ3C


Athlon XP-M "Thoroughbred" (Desktop Replacement, 72 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.60 March 12, 2003 AXMA2000FUT3C
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1800 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.60 March 12, 2003 AXMA2200FUT3C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 2000 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 15x 1.65 March 12, 2003 AXMA2400FKT3C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2133 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 16x 1.65 March 12, 2003 AXMA2600FKT3C


Athlon XP-M "Thoroughbred" (Low Voltage, 35 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 1600+ 1400 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 10.5x 1.35 March 12, 2003 AXMD1600FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1700+ 1467 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11x 1.35 March 12, 2003 AXMD1700FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1800+ 1533 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 11.5x 1.35 March 12, 2003 AXMD1800FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 1900+ 1600 MHz 256 KiB 200 MHz 16x 1.35 June 17, 2003 AXMD1900FJQ3B
Athlon XP-M 1900+ 1600 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12x 1.35 June 17, 2003 AXMD1900FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2000+ 1667 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.35 June 17, 2003 AXMD2000FJQ3C
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1800 MHz 256 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.35 AXMD2200FJQ3C


Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Mainstream, 45 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1667 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.45 AXMH2200FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.45 AXMH2400FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2500+ 1867 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 14x 1.45 AXMH2500FQQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2000 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 15.0x 1.45 AXMG2600FQQ4C


Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Desktop Replacement, 72 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.60 AXMA2400FUT4C
Athlon XP-M 2500+ 1867 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 14x 1.65 2003 AXMA2500FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 2600+ 2000 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 15x 1.65 AXMA2600FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 2800+ 2133 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 16x 1.65 June 7, 2003 AXMA2800FKT4C
Athlon XP-M 3000+ 2200 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 16.5x 1.65 2003 AXMA3000FKT4C


Athlon XP-M "Barton" (Low Voltage, 35 W TDP, Socket A)
All models support: MMX, SSE, Enhanced 3DNow!
Model Number Frequency L2 Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage Release Date Part Number
Athlon XP-M 2200+ 1667 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 12.5x 1.35 July 13, 2004 AXMD2200FJQ4C
Athlon XP-M 2400+ 1800 MHz 512 KiB 266 MHz 13.5x 1.35 AXMD2400FJQ4C

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Certain motherboards will allow the XP-M ram speed to run at PC3200 speeds:
Abit NF2's: AN7 & NF7-S Rev.2.
FSB's can run pretty stable to 218-219 fsb through my experiences.
Some DFI NF2's allow even higher fsb ram speeds with stability.
Used mobos are cheap and worth the small investment to make the mobiles sing!
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2800+ isn't 16x mutli its 12x multi and 166.6 FSB 1.7Vcore too, cant get mine any lower.

2800+ stepping 0, mines running at 2332.94 without adjusting the FSB uped the vcore to 1.75 and a 14x multi, works a charm, no problems what so ever, you can get them for around $50 too i think. ebay with a good motherboard which i dont have i think you could get more potential out of it. i know people have run these at like 2.5GHz someone has ran at 3.2GHz before aswell, it was stable til it died. last him 2 years at 3.2GHz though.

EDIT: is 16X and 133 FSB
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High fsb and low multy is what you want. Performance is much better plus requires less vcore so less heat. Just do some benches and you will see what i mean.

218x11 will be far better than 200x12 but if u only have pc3200 ram that dont like to oc then that may hold you back. Best to get pc4000 ram so that you dont have to worry about that being an issue.
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ok, here's what i have at the moment:
217x10.0 (shows up as 2160mhz) at 1.775v
ram timings 2-3-3-8, might change it to 3-3-3-8 later

i'm pretty sure my corsairs aren't holding me back, this is moderately high end stuff and i have 2gb of it. at this point, i'm not really sure if its the cpu or motherboard thats holding me back. it might be the ram because i still don't know too much about timings but i'll have to learn more to find out.

i know i can get 200x12.0 at 1.825v but i don't like having such high volts. thats why i lowered it to 10.0 multi and upped the fsb.

where would i up the voltage to the chipset? would i need heatsinks for the n/s bridges?

thanks for the help.
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