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post #21 of 28
ok let me refresh my memory now....

i think i finally being dimwitted enough have realized that ur system is similar to what i had....

and so just so u know my temps had actually reached as high as 78°C.... which was very high....

but the proc survived like a croc....anyhow i threw in a water cooling and whadya know i oced upto 4.06GHz...

just realized that now after all this hoolabanga....
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post #22 of 28
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According the the Everest Program, it says it is a prescott.
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Well I should say, Thank you everyone. What a great first experiance using this site!
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post #24 of 28
Cyrix so you recommend Thermaltake's Big Water ?
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post #25 of 28
well if u have the money...its better to go with storm from swiftech....or something from dangerden...

but really if money is an issue this damned thing is really really good....it did it for me..... however there are some quality issues.....yet no pain no gain right....u aint got the money u aint got the honey...
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post #26 of 28
Get a Big Typhoon, I have a 3.2E overclocked to 3.9ghz on air "typhoon", stock volts, with crappy ram, Just keep it below 60c full load.
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post #27 of 28
I have the 3.0 prescott socket 478 and I currently have my FSB @240 and it is stable and been runnig that way for about 2 weeks. Completes prime 95 and memtest without errors. Timings are loose @3-4-4-8 but it is running very well. I have PC3200 from Crucial in it now but I am going to try some DDR500 or DDR600 to see if it is the memory holding me back. I have got that processor up to 265FSB on a 3:2 divider so I think it is the memory that is limiting it in 1:1. Just thought you might like to know what it will do mine is running on P4P800-e Deluxe mobo.
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post #28 of 28
Once he upgrades his ram to PC4000, he should be able to get 250 FSB as long as he has good airflow in and out of his case.

I did it... But I hate how I need to clean the dust out so often in order to maintain those speeds. That is the only reason I'm investigating going to water cooling. He can do it with his setup, as long as he doesn't mind cleaning it out every month or two.
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