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Hello,

I'm getting my new system hopefully by the end of this week.

This is my system:
AMD64 3500+ NewCastle - Asus A8V DL S939 - 1GB (2x512MB TwinMOS PC3200) @ 400Mhz - MSI GF 6600GT AGP - Antec Sonata case - Maxtor Diamondmax 200GB Plus 9 SATA - LITE-ON DVDRom 16x/48x - NEC 3500 DL DVDRW - Logitech MX1000 mouse & Ultra X Flat keyboard.

I'll also have a new Big Zalman Cu cooler...

Can you guys tell me what i can do with this all? How far should i be able to go and are there special things to look after with an AMD64 3500+?

Thankx
Oorworm
 

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Overclocking is much the same on Athlon 64s as it is on other systems, the only real difference is the FSB is now called HTT
 

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Originally Posted by Oorworm

Hello,

I'm getting my new system hopefully by the end of this week.

This is my system:
AMD64 3500+ NewCastle - Asus A8V DL S939 - 1GB (2x512MB TwinMOS PC3200) @ 400Mhz - MSI GF 6600GT AGP - Antec Sonata case - Maxtor Diamondmax 200GB Plus 9 SATA - LITE-ON DVDRom 16x/48x - NEC 3500 DL DVDRW - Logitech MX1000 mouse & Ultra X Flat keyboard.

I'll also have a new Big Zalman Cu cooler...

Can you guys tell me what i can do with this all? How far should i be able to go and are there special things to look after with an AMD64 3500+?

Thankx
Oorworm

Why a newcastle?
ClawHammer is 90u and will support OC better...
Heck, my Soltek K8TPRO-939 with a 3500+ clawhammer runs 223MHZ HTT all day long at standard voltages... my limitation on OC is my Mobo and not the CPU
 
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