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Greetings from Finland!

First of all, i'm noob in overclocking and you must excuse my english,
because it's been a while since i last time wrote in english.


Ok, let's get to the point!

I have this wonderful AMD64 3000+ Winchester socket-939 CPU and
marvelous Epox 9NDA3+ mb with 4 x 256Mb DDR333.
Display adapter is Radeon X850 Pro 250Mb AGP-8x.

I would like to know this:

Is it possible to overclock this computer easily or is the DDR333 buggin'
the show?

If it's possible, i really would like to know how it's done.

I have read some of these previous messages about clocking, but
everyone is using DDR400 and i don't know how to deal with DDR333.
I'm getting very confused by HT, FSB, volts, etc...

Thank you.

RottaMan
 

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Originally Posted by RottaMan

Greetings from Finland!

First of all, i'm noob in overclocking and you must excuse my english,
because it's been a while since i last time wrote in english.


Ok, let's get to the point!

I have this wonderful AMD64 3000+ Winchester socket-939 CPU and
marvelous Epox 9NDA3+ mb with 4 x 256Mb DDR333.
Display adapter is Radeon X850 Pro 250Mb AGP-8x.

I would like to know this:

Is it possible to overclock this computer easily or is the DDR333 buggin'
the show?

If it's possible, i really would like to know how it's done.

I have read some of these previous messages about clocking, but
everyone is using DDR400 and i don't know how to deal with DDR333.
I'm getting very confused by HT, FSB, volts, etc...

Thank you.

RottaMan

i'm not that experienced at this either ... but from what i can gather you'll want to keep your cpu in around the 166 fsb range to keep from getting a bottleneck. i don't think you'll be able to get much of an oc without going to ddr400
 

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Thank you for your reply.

Allright, i'll change to DDR400 or even faster.
Maybe i'll change to X2 cpu... i should achieve more power that way.

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Thank you for your reply.

Allright, i'll change to DDR400 or even faster.
Maybe i'll change to X2 cpu... i should achieve more power that way.

RottaMan

can't see why not .... high performance mem and you should be fine
 
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