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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-12-2004, 02:10 AM
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ok, my oc-ing adventure is truely a money-dumping one....

my rig is pissing me off, and i duno whats going on....


anyways, can someone that has the best computer knowledge to speak up and say WHICH P4 MOBO IS BEST TO OC A P4 NORTHWOOD 3.2GHz??????


please i relaly need that info...........

just one mobo brand and model...............

we'd been talkiing alot of BS, its time to say which is the ULTIMATE p4 MOBO to OC for 3.2Ghz NOrthwood people!!!!!!!!!



SPEAK UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Currently waiting for a solution to fix my mobo

(idle: -10 to -14 load: 14 to 10)

Hoping for: 3.2 P4 @ 3.9!

MY CHIP SUCKS! MY CHIP SUCKS! MY CHIP SUCKS!

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post #32 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-12-2004, 09:11 AM
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Well 1st of of all, you have an Asus P4C800-E DLX board. That is Asus' flagship board and it overclocks extremely well. It is comparible with the ABIT IC7-Max3 which is ABIT's flagship board. So I was a bit confused as to why you are crying and whining about your board. Maybe you should go and research the info yourself instead of crying about it and getting other people to do your research.

2nd you have a P4C 3.2Ghz. That chip has a ceiling of about 3.6. I don't know of anyone who has it much higher. There are the very few chips and I mean very few that do o/c well. I can guarantee its your chip thats stopping you cause you got some DDR PC4000 and the mobo can hit 300Mhz FSB without a sweat.

I'm curious though. What do you have your chip o/c to?

3rd, next time you post, don't post whining post and crying about how you can't o/c your pc very well. Not everyone will get amazing results such as you see in some posts. Remember people will only post very successful o/c's and not poor ones. So figure it out, probably 2 out of 20 o/c will be a successful one, meaning they were able to reach great mhz over the stock.

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no need to be angry, was just trying to ask for opinions, you made it such a big deal

Currently waiting for a solution to fix my mobo

(idle: -10 to -14 load: 14 to 10)

Hoping for: 3.2 P4 @ 3.9!

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I guess you could return the PSU if you wanted \\

Just keep lowing the FSB until prime passes for at least 6 hours.

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post #35 of 38 (permalink) Old 07-09-2004, 05:12 PM
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Looks like you might have trouble mounting some cpu cooers such as the SP-94



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The Abit IC7 MAX 3

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...127-158&depa=1

Supported CPU: Intel Pentium 4 (Prescott) Processors(HT Ready)
Chipset: Intel 875P + ICH5R
FSB: 800/533MHz
RAM: 4x DIMM support Dual-Channel DDR400/333/266 Max 4GB
IDE: 2x ATA 100 up to 4 Devices
Slots: 1x AGP Pro 8X/4X(0.8/1.5V), 5x PCI
Ports: 2xPS2,3xIEEE1394a(Rear 1),8xUSB2.0(Rear 4),1xLAN,SPDIF In/Out,Audio Ports
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Onboard LAN: Intel CSA Gigabit LAN
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Nah, SP-94 fits pretty easily on it, just make sure to put fan clips on first.


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It sure looks like going to be my next board. Not to happy with my Soyo
Seen them on ebay for around $170 ?

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Nah, SP-94 fits pretty easily on it, just make sure to put fan clips on first.
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It sure looks like going to be my next board. Not to happy with my Soyo
Seen them on ebay for around $170 ?
Newegg has them for $185, I think, and some other online stores have 'em for even less, so I'd avoid Ebay unless it's a trusted seller.


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