Re: socket370 to slot 1overclock
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Subject: Re: socket370 to slot 1overclock
Date: 4/1/2001 6:43:21 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: socket370 to slot 1overclock posted by
You have a good CPU there getting to 95 MHz FSB with no CPU voltage hikes & I can see you
are scared to raise the voltage any higher, me on the other hand have a celeron 300A @ .3 volts above factory spec as I did not plan to keep these CPU's for 10 years or more, I do upgrade alot & P3 prices have not dropped enuf for upgrades so I started going the AMD route.
I must confess that the one socket A CPU I had burned up after 2 years & I had a spare so that
was no problem. My cards I have in my celeron systems can not handle 85 or 95 MHz FSB & I will not under clock some systems. I guess we have different ways to get to the OC & my way is considered conservative by the others here. Just wanted to let you know there is a different
way to get to an OC. BTW I am not using any water cooling & only stock coolers.
What do you mean by software OC ?.
Most of us here change our hardware thru the CMOS setup.
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