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Hey guys I got my 1.8ghz northy to 2.8ghz with 1.5vcore my pci/agp is 62/31, I dunno if that'd hinder my performance in gaming at all, but I thought I'd say that this via chipset hasn't done me wrong yet.
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Originally Posted by Ch13f121
Hey guys I got my 1.8ghz northy to 2.8ghz with 1.5vcore my pci/agp is 62/31, I dunno if that'd hinder my performance in gaming at all, but I thought I'd say that this via chipset hasn't done me wrong yet.
Your AGP/PCI is rather low; 66.6/33.3 is optimal (best synchronisation).
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post #3 of 26
A 1.8 northy hit 2.8? Wow thats pretty impressive man! My friends wouldnt go much over 2.4 from 2.0 but that was with an ASRock board. Can you change your pci/agp frequencies manually? If so raise them to 66/33 (66.66/33.33 to be exact) and your videocard will do better. 62 on the AGP is kinda low for the card and will hurt your video performance a bit. Good job man thats some awesome work! Is it stable? Wait dont northwoods start out at like 1.65vcore?!
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well I did an 8m super pi calculation in 11 minutes, and yes I know 66/33 is best, but I don't have agp/pci locks, I've tried everything to get them. I think this is pretty good, its booting fine and everything.
no northwoods are rated at 1.5, but for some reason my vt7 runs it at 1.4, so you have to jumpt it up to 1.55.

oh and mine's a B0 stepping, if it was C1 I could see it going this high.
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I don't think its stable its being all wierd and stuff. this sucks.... I've upped vcore all I can, and I dunno about messing with ram timings and such. should I try loosening them up a lil and see if that helps? I mean when it boots, it has trouble getting into my computer, like it'll sit there with the search icon for about 40 secs. I also got a reboot on the 14th iteration of a 32m superpi calc.
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post #6 of 26
I told ya to mess with the ram timings, what are your timings at right now?
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post #7 of 26
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I dunno the bios shows em all wierd and stuff.

ok my timings were 2.5-4-4-9 I believe....I changed the first one to 3, should I loosen em up more?
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Ok, sorry for the double post, but I ran a sisoft burn-in, 10 runs of it, and everything came out fine.
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post #9 of 26
If you can calculate 32m in SuperPI without the PC stopping, then the CPU is stable. Can you raise the vcore to anymore? I would suggest 1.55 (but watch your temps). Alternatively, you can loosen the timings to the highest number they will go and then try to run SuperPI again.
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its at 1.6 right now, I'm gonna run that again, actually I was going to run prime95 for about 13 or so hours... while I'm sleeping and while I'm at school.
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