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So i just had rebuilt my old system for the heck of it, as i was able to bring my AMD 2000+ B version back to life with a KT4V MB. I began overclocking yesterday and have found the first OC to be perfectly stable after running Prime95, SiS Sandra burn in tests, as well as several good games etc etc.

I've got her clocked at 12.5x, 144 fsb @ 1803MHZ
Idle Temp - 40C
Max temps while running Prime95, Sandra in the backround, Rivatuner, NV Control Panel, and 6 internet pages open atm. Current Load is 47C.

I wasn't able to scrounge any extra system fans for the rig, but i found a little plug in fan made by home trends, about 5000rpms, i placed it outside of my case so it can blow onto and around the Chip, ram and Vcard.

And i also began constructing an exaust tube that connects from my 7000 btu Air conditioner, to the front of my case which has x2 intake fans pulling the super cold air into my case. It quickly dropped my CPU temp by over 23C.

I still have more process and eliminination to do, as i'd like cooler temps. Although my final question is this...

What is the recorded highest OC on a 2000+ XP "B" version, with non water cooling. Also the voltage settings, max temps on idle/full load, and any other details you might have.

So if you own, or have owned 2000+ T-bred B, please post you're results, such as the increments of mhz and voltage you used to reach you're stable OC, if ya don't mind.

Also any links would be great as well... Thx in advance for reading or replying.
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40 is good...but you can get that changed up with a fresh BIOS...homie.
And the best cooler I've found that's cheap is the CoolerMaster Aero-7 series...
I don't know why they did back then but I would buy their stuff all day long...
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Thx for the info, but theres 1 problem, which is that my floppy pins were bent and broke off on this MB, so i would need to flash the new bios manually, rather then using the live update, or making a rescue disk.

I just wish i knew as of how much i'm at risk of flashing to the newest bios. I'd hate for the bios to fail, then not be able to flash back to the old one. Although i can't see why i should have to worry about a certified/updated Bios.

I'll go and Google it, thank you.
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post #4 of 13
don't know about air cooling but you could try like 166x11..
i got 200x10 but it's watercooled...
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Well since i don't have the ability to lock my PCI Bus, i risk serious dmg to my HD/other pci devices. If theres any way to know if my Board will reset the PCI Bus upon reaching new clocks, i'd love to know. Thx again though.
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post #6 of 13
166mhz is "stock" speed, agp/pci are going to go at normal speed...
post #7 of 13
Overclock that baby!

I loved my XP 2000, it was my first overclock, and very fun.

On my old MSI board, it only allowed you to change the FSB, no voltages, no AGP, and I was able to get it to 1.9 ghz on air. I think you should be able to go a bit higher.
    
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post #8 of 13
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Well i guess i'll keep you guys updated if ya don't mind.

Just raised her to 148mhz FSB, and currently sitting at 1854mhz, 46C-46.5C at full load while running Prime95,PCwizard for temps, Rivatuner, and several internet pages are open.

I usually run Prime95 along with 3-4 other small programs for 2 hours before moving up the FSB anymore. I realize i can quickly OC the cpu until windows doesn't post, then raise the voltage a little, but i like to be very careful/patient.

Just wondering, what voltage are you using for you're 200x10 OC? And also, i realize that 100/133/166, and 200 fsb are stock numbers, but my board allows me to move up in 1mhz increments, also the multiplier has .5 increments as well.

Also, the multipiplier for the agp bus is 1/2x, the pci bus is 1/4x, also still using 1.65cpu voltage.
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post #9 of 13
Ah, you're luckier than I was. With my 2000+, I was only able to get it up to 146*12.5. However, you have an advantage in that your board allows multi adjustment. Don't forget that the Athlon XP chips are multiplier locked, though. How do you get around this, then? The pin mod, my friend. With a roll of really fine wire, you can get every multiplier you want and also adjust voltage. The guy who runs that site never used a 2000+ chip, but he claims to have an 1800+ sitting at 2.5 GHz on phase change cooling...
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Yeah i'll check that out man, thx. ANd although i can change the multiplier in my bios, you're saying the chip is locked though, so even if i change it, it won't save the change eh?
I haven't bothered with the multiplier as i'm afraid i'll go to far with the pci bus, but if i were to try 166mhz, then the pci bus would go back to 33mhz as i've been told my board would detect it as a stock fsb, even though i can move up in 1mhz increments.

I just wanna be sure thats true, as i'm fraid it would be to risky if my pci bus exceeded 41-42mhz. I wish i had a sure way to find out, so if anyone has a method for finding out whether or not you're board has the ability to detect the pci bus, and reset it to stock speeds if one of the several stock fsb speeds is detected?

Thx for all you're help guys, been very helpful so far in giving me the courage to push my cpu lol. Although 1.853 isn't to high, but i have high hopes
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