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 10/22/2005 06:11 PM
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hi everyone, i was just wondering the real operating frwquency of my 2600. I have a throughbred and the OPN Number is AXDA2600DKV3D. And is it good for overclockin?? Thanx in advance
 10/22/2005 06:20 PM
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 10/23/2005 12:37 AM
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yeh dats wat i had mine on. And is it good for overclocking, or not???
 10/23/2005 02:06 PM
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Overclocking it will depend on the rest of your system. Give more details and maybe someone can help.

Also do you know if your CPU is unlocked? If it has a locked mulitplier of 12.5, it'll be difficult to run the FSB at 200 as that would be 2.5GHz. If it's unlocked then 200MHz times 11 or 11.5 may be doable. (I'm assuming your system CAN run at FSB200/400.) If you bought the processor in 2003 there's a good chance it's unlocked. 2004 or later - odds are it's locked.

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 10/23/2005 10:23 PM
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i bought it in 2004, but it is unlocked, i can change the mulitplier and it works, it used to be locked but now it is unlcoked. i have a a7n8x-x motherboard, asus 9600se128mb, a lot of fans 120gb hdd, and 1 stick of ddr400 256 and one 512ddr333. Im gonna buy some new ram, some people suggested ddr550, but for now what would be a good verclock. the ddr400 is a cheep brand, and the ddr 333 is Apacer.
 10/26/2005 04:20 AM
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You're ddr333 will probably be the 1st to limit ure OCing. You won't be able to raise ure fsb a lot, so u'll have to desynchronize the ram, which is not a good thing to with your motherboard.
You can try to raise your multiplier to increase the frequency, but u'd get better results with raising the fsb.
Once you change your rams (ddr400 will work good for you since ure the fsb of your motherboard is 200), check how high ure fsb goes (probably no more than 200, u might haave stability problems beforet hat)

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