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 02/21/2004 11:41 AM
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newfan
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some overclocking what you all think bout this? 1800+ unlocked 8x200=1600 will it be ok? stable? please let me no if not i will be geting my new system in may as you can see in my sig

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 02/21/2004 11:48 AM
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Well, it always depends on the 1800+.. but if your motherboard can support a 200MHz FSB, then I don't think there's a single 1800+ out there that COULDN'T do that. Even Thoroughbred-As could handle that. You might make it way above that if you get a really good chip.

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I think 10-11 X 200 easy with PC-3200 memory.

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 02/21/2004 12:35 PM
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cool thanks peple i will try that out tonight i will post to say how i got on and if it all goes well then i will put some benchmarksin thanks again

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 02/21/2004 12:45 PM
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 02/22/2004 01:29 AM
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I'm testing out a friend's Locked 1800+ right now... it's running 100% stable at 2.2GHz and 1.825V... It did 2.05GHz at stock voltage and it could probably do 2.3GHz without a stumble at 1.9V (pretty safe) and air cooling.

If it's unlocked and you didn't have to mod it to do so then you have at least a T-bred A which should be good for 1.9GHz on air. If it's a T-Bred B like what I'm running now, 2.2-2.4 should be no problem. The front side bus is usually only limited to how fast your memory can go and if you can select a multiplier that is low enough to keep it under it's maximum speed.

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