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 05/08/2005 07:53 PM
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floyd27
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hi..
just want to know the ill effects of having vcore at 1.89....

I need it there to be stable at 200x12....

But is it too high..
thanx


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 05/13/2005 01:25 AM
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That is awful high....stock is what, 1.65? Too much voltage can damage your chip. Also over time, it will accelerate it's usable time.

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The kt600 chipset (like mine) is, frankly, not the best for overclocking.

The problem is the PCI/AGP frequency increase when increasing cpu clock speed.

You can't lock them at 33/66. Bit of a bummer.

Vcore should be around 1.65. You should be ok up to 180MHz maybe 184.

Try it at 180 and run prime95 all night whilst monitoring temps. Test your memory with memtest86.

You only have pc2700 memory as well.

I hope your sexy case has a sound psu.



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 05/13/2005 03:38 PM
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Scroll thru this guide for your CPU http://users.erols.com/chare/elec.htm' ">http://users.erols.com/chare/elec.htm

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 05/14/2005 10:02 PM
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Thanks for that link stone age..
Luckly i am running at 200fsb so i can use the 6th divider on the board and have the agp/pci at stock.....
Im booting at 12 multiplyer to get 2.4 but at that high vcore.

Maybe i should have gone with the 11.5 multiplyer to get 2.3?
But i will burn this in to see how it handles..


I also OC'ed the ram to 200.. Runs fine in games for hours but gets alot of errors in MEM test.. Oh well, as long as sthe system runs what i want it to i dont care if its "rock solid stable"

thanks again..

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