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@ 533FSB..? You can pin-mod it ..as long as your mobo, supports 800mhz FSB CPU's.

NEVER SAY-> ..thats blasphemy around here..dontchaknow? Besides there is always a way.
linky plz to pin mod.
I have 800FSB, so can you guys tell me how to up VCORE, so I can reach more stable Overclocks.
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Got a p4p800se with a 3.2E @ 3.9 still good.
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If you already have the 800FSB cpu, then you would need a mobo, that supports EEP4's and the 1066FSB. Performing the 'pinmod' will bump the cpu up to the next strap, and increase its FSB and default clock.

There are also pinmods for vcore adjustments, for use on mobo's that so not offer vcore settings.

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If the processor is 400 fsb based we can run it at 533 fsb by insulating pin AD6. The High status of the signal therefore becomes LOW when not connected on board. This indicates that it is a 533 fsb processor to the system bios.

Likewise a 533 fsb P4 or Celeron CPU can run at 800 fsb by insulating BSEL1 pin at AD5 pin. Thats a very good and easy trick.
BSEL0 mod (insulation of AD6 pin) provides step up from 400 fsb to 533 fsb. [RIGHT!]
BSEL1 mod (insulation of AD5 pin) provides step up from 400 fsb to 800 fsb. [RIGHT!]
AD6 pin modding for BSEL0 gives a 400 fsb CPU to 533 fsb CPU speed. [Right!]
AD6 pin modding for BSEL0 gives a 800 fsb CPU to 1066 fsb CPU speed. [Right!] If becomes available!

Source here

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@ 533FSB..? You can pin-mod it ..as long as your mobo, supports 800mhz FSB CPU's.

NEVER SAY-> ..thats blasphemy around here..dontchaknow? Besides there is always a way.
Hehe yeah that was a mistake on my part There is always a way.

Please link me to this pin mod, and how would I find out if my mobo supports 800fsb?

Also, would this be alright if I still have my old crappy coolmaster stock cooling for my CPU? My ambient is around 32, and never breaks 40 on load, although I don't know if this is just in my case, or actual CPU temp, I use speedfan.

Any tips?
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post #65 of 79
533/4= 133
2530/133= 19

So your multi is 19x...@ 200FSB, would equal-> 3.8ghz

*I believe your stock CPUv is around 1.5? So going to 1.6, maybe 1.65 would be needed to stabilize your OC. I sold a rig that was a pin-mod'd 2.5A...same setup as your pretty much, just different mobo..1.62vcore and stable @ 3.8ghz. Idled at 42c, load at ~51c after an hour and some change. That was using a crappy Vantec cooler...barely an improvement over stock.
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Count me in. I've had this rig and been upgrading it for 6-7 years straight. I might be getting something new soon but i'm not sure.

[Rant] It pisses me off that all these main companies like intel Nvidea ATI and such keep making up these great ideas for new products and keep evolving there line. I have no money for that now and all it does is make me ***** moan and cry alot. Well not cry more of the ***** and moan

Upgrades are way to expensive and all i do is just go to newegg and look at all the shinny new Gigabyte motherboards and 8800's and just sit there and drool.

I bet you guys can simpothize for me so it's all good Whats so sad is that there is a top AGP people thread and there are some C2D people hanging out there absolutly murdering people like us and espesially me with a locked motherboard. JUST MAKES ME MAD.

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Yeah, with a mortgage, wife, and 2 kids the PC upgrade budget is nil.
Basically, I get to replace it if it breaks, but upgrades will need to wait.
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Can I be part of the club?
    
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post #70 of 79
Yeah i actually downgraded to the 478 because of *Financial* issues( I am POOR).
i used to own an AMD64 3200 but this 478 has WAY better overclocking abilties. i have not even tried to go past 4GHz.
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