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system:
AMD Athlon XP 2200+
AXDA - Athlon XP Thoroughbred
2200 - 1800MHz
D - OPGA
U - 1.60v
V - 85°C
3 - 256K
C - 266MHz
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MSI K7N2GM2-LSR (mother Board)
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DDR400 512 MB (2x256) CL3 Infineon
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450 WATT L&C Tech:
+12V - 18A
+5v - 50A
+3.3V - 28A

can any one tell me what kind of system performance i can have with this set up like Overclocking abilties timings and such forth
 

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Originally Posted by ShadoWolf551

system:
AMD Athlon XP 2200+
AXDA - Athlon XP Thoroughbred
2200 - 1800MHz
D - OPGA
U - 1.60v
V - 85°C
3 - 256K
C - 266MHz
--------------------------------
MSI K7N2GM2-LSR (mother Board)
-----------------------------------
DDR400 512 MB (2x256) CL3 Infineon
---------------------------------
450 WATT L&C Tech:
+12V - 18A
+5v - 50A
+3.3V - 28A

can any one tell me what kind of system performance i can have with this set up like Overclocking abilties timings and such forth

Read through the articles they will give you a good idea. It really depends on your system. Some people can get better OC's than other OC it then post the results. I forgot to say downlaod prime95 run the bench marks and get the results of the non OC system then after OC get the new benchmarks and youll see what the OC has done for you. Peoples systems OC differently I would just start working on getting your system OC'ed.
 

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You have an nforce2 chipset board, which is an excellent overclocker.

Your RAM is good for OCing, at least to get an older processor up to 200FSB.

Your current CPU has a multiplier that is too high to do much with, you may be able to squeeze a small amount of FSB out of the system as it sits right now.

To realize the full potential of that rig, a CPU upgrade and possibly cooling upgrades are in order...with a mobile barton 2400, 2500, or 2600...you'll probably see in the 2.4 range without much hassle.

If you stick with a desktop processor, get a 2500 barton 333 bus processor. They will run 200x11 (3200+ speeds) without breaking a sweat.
 

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i have a mobile 2200+ but its not barton core heres the specs of it

AXMH - Athlon XP Thoroughbred/Barton Mobile 45W
2200 - 1800MHz
F - OPGA w/ FSB Auto detect
Q - 1.45v
Q - 100°C
3 - 256K
C - 266MHz
 

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Sorry bout that, didnt catch the mobile specs.

It looks like you should have no problem whatsoever with good cooling getting that combo into the lower to mid 2+ gig range, I'm not sure about your ram though.
 

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Originally Posted by Xavier1421

Sorry bout that, didnt catch the mobile specs.


i have the desktop and the mobile version witch one will be better
Desktop:
AXDA Athlon XP Thoroughbred/Barton Desktop
2200 1800MHz
D OPGA
U 1.60v
V 85°C
3 256K
C 266MHz

mobile athlon XP 2200+ AXMH2200FQQ3C

AXMH Athlon XP Thoroughbred/Barton Mobile 45W
2200 1800MHz
F OPGA w/ FSB Auto detect
Q 1.45v
Q 100°C
3 256K
C 266MHz
 

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like xavier said u have nforce2 board, thier realy good overclockers have fun, hayche
 
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