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Ive got the best pentium d overclocker...... The pentium D 805!!!
mobo is d102ggc2 of intel and 2 gig of ram................

very good performance in its regime i should say....
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What is your CPU cooler? And Can you refresh my memory, What are max volts I can use if I OC my P4, Like RAM, CPU, and anything I forgot. I forgot what volts they have. LOL.
Never run a Northwood above 1.7v as they start to suffer from electromigration and end up getting slower and slower and eventually die. Always try to keep below 1.7v, I wouldn't go above 1.6v just to be safe.

DDR RAM runs at 2.5v, but it is safe to use 2.6v. I really don't know how much more you can go safely though, it will vary with brand/quality/timings/etc.
 
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Never run a Northwood above 1.7v as they start to suffer from electromigration and end up getting slower and slower and eventually die. Always try to keep below 1.7v, I wouldn't go above 1.6v just to be safe.

DDR RAM runs at 2.5v, but it is safe to use 2.6v. I really don't know how much more you can go safely though, it will vary with brand/quality/timings/etc.
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Ive got the best pentium d overclocker...... The pentium D 805!!!
mobo is d102ggc2 of intel and 2 gig of ram................

very good performance in its regime i should say....
http://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&sou...2d86MFD3_82FtQ



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Yes it was! Great chip. It was affordable, and while the stock performance was nothing to write home about - 2.66 Ghz and a low 533Mhz FSB, that low FSB was very probably on purpose as it enabled great overclocks!
 
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In with a pentium D 830 at 3.15. I got the whole PC including a 7800GTX and an abit a8n-SLI for 30 euro I can also provide interesting benchmarks later as it has two GTX 470s in it because it's my folding rig until my 1156 board's replacement hopefully comes back from RMA. Can't SLI though, I have a connector but it needs to be exactly two slots or flexible and my connector is 3 slots long Not too bothered though as SLI would've just been an experiment really
That said, it can play CS:S fairly okay so for 30 quid with a spare card that I repaired my parents' PC with I'm seriously happy with it
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In with a pentium D 830 at 3.15. I got the whole PC including a 7800GTX and an abit a8n-SLI for 30 euro I can also provide interesting benchmarks later as it has two GTX 470s in it because it's my folding rig until my 1156 board's replacement hopefully comes back from RMA. Can't SLI though, I have a connector but it needs to be exactly two slots or flexible and my connector is 3 slots long Not too bothered though as SLI would've just been an experiment really
That said, it can play CS:S fairly okay so for 30 quid with a spare card that I repaired my parents' PC with I'm seriously happy with it
Well, with that rig you could play something even more demanding than CS:S

And for the price you got it, it's a steal!


How about some benchmarks? Crysis ?
 
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Is Pentium D also in this club?I have a Pentium D! With a crappy components. It has ECS board LOL. I think I got it at fry's for $75 combo. It's running OSX and Win 7. I have a video of that thing. But it's already updated. It's better now coz I finally decided to put a dedicated video card. A Nvidia 6200 LE. I don't want to spend nothing on this Build. I think I have the cheapest Mac ever.


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I'll throw some benches up later, I'm in college at the moment so I can't right now. It plays DIRT 2 fairly acceptably as well Predictably, it's not a fan of Black Ops Still, when I got the chance at thirty quid there was no way I was letting that off I'll put some 3DMark benches up later anyway. It gets 41 seconds in superpi if that helps you I also just remembered my parents have a 3.6GHz p4 and a I've a 3GHz p4 lying around as well, just the chip though. From memory, the 3.6 one gets 34 seconds in superpi. Actual benches later on anyway
Edit: Don't have Crysis so I can't try that, sorry :/
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I made the same mistake when removing the Heatsink the first time after all these years. The thermal paste needs to be heated, either by putting the computer working before, or by using a hairdryer. Then it won't come with the CPU attached.

Anyway, your temps are a bit high, but I wouldn't be surprised. Can you post a picture of your stock cooler ? Does it have a copper core ?

In any case, those coolers had very small fans and the heat dissipation was not optimal.

I haven't overclocked mine, but after running Prime95 after 15-20 minutes it maxes out at 42.º Celsius. Yes, it is amazing!

It idles at 32.º / 33.º or 37.º while browsing the web with 40 tabs open.

I still haven't overclocked it and I don't know if I will. The returns are not going to be that great. I read a review yesterday of a Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.2Ghz, and the reviewers only got it stable at 3.6Ghz - and this was not done by increasing the FSB but by increasing the unlocked multiplier.

There is another thing you might want to consider which is the fact that some motherboards really don't support anything that has more than an 95w TDP.

Considering the P4 at 3.4Ghz already has an 89w TDP, you might be pushing your motherboard.
Ehehe, when I removed my heatsink after running for 6 years, I managed to get the CPU to remain in the socket, even though it was dry-stuck to the heatsink. Now, however, it was a layer of AS5 with enormous suction that was hampering my efforts. I might have applied a bit too much of it back then. Tehe~ ^^
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Googled a bit, couldn't find the max supported TDP for my mobo >.> That could explain the crappy overclockability if it were true...
Couldn't even handle 210MHz. Currently running stock >.> Will try going for ~206-208 later.
Regarding the cooler, I couldn't be bothered to take a pic (which would turn out to be crappy anyway), so I googled for an image:

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Ehehe, when I removed my heatsink after running for 6 years, I managed to get the CPU to remain in the socket, even though it was dry-stuck to the heatsink. Now, however, it was a layer of AS5 with enormous suction that was hampering my efforts. I might have applied a bit too much of it back then. Tehe~ ^^
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Googled a bit, couldn't find the max supported TDP for my mobo >.> That could explain the crappy overclockability if it were true...
Couldn't even handle 210MHz. Currently running stock >.> Will try going for ~206-208 later.
Regarding the cooler, I couldn't be bothered to take a pic (which would turn out to be crappy anyway), so I googled for an image:

Are you sure you heatsink looks exactly like that ?

If it is, then it's crap; that heatsink was not designed to handle a P4 3.4 Ghz.

If you look at the fins, the design does not even have a copper core.

In fact, Intel has two different heatsinks with a copper core, the last has circular fins that look like the socket 775 heatsinks, but apparently you have neither one of those.

I have seen both, and even had the first design with copper core, and if yours looks like the picture you posted, you should replace it as soon as possible. That is probably preventing you from overclocking more too.
 
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