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#1 Javito

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Posted 18 August 2003 - 09:56 PM

im wondering how to do it cause when i try to take the fsb up my machine starts but later it rebot beeing the procesor in a low tempeture, do i have to move something else to overclock it? hte voltage? or the apg voltage or something?

#2 A+Net+MCP

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Posted 19 August 2003 - 01:36 AM

<_< Well you say it reboots when you increase the FSB, who much are you moving it up? Yes you probably will need to up the Volts to the CPU, up the FSB a few mHZ at a time if reboots increase Volts at .05V incriments untill stable. Monitor Temps, you should be under 50C @ 100% usage this should be cool enough for a stable overclock. I'm running a unlocked Athlon T-Bird 1.4 @ 1.57G at stock 1.75V & 45C Max temp. Good Luck. :rolleyes:
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#3 CJTech

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Posted 20 August 2003 - 11:37 AM

Try to unlock the mutiplier of the CPU.

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 10:39 AM

Here's the clip on voltage mod:<br />
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You need the following (note Radio Shack part #s): <br />
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2 leads, preferably 3 or so inches long (I used 9v battery leads) <br />
1 Micro Size 47k-Ohm Potentiometer Part #271-283 <br />
1 Micro Allegator Clip Part # 270-373B <br />
1 Insulated-Crimp Spade-Tongue connector Part #64-3125 <br />
1 package of heat shrink wrap tubing Part #278-1610 <br />
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Solder in order: <br />
Spade-Tongue--&gt;battery lead--&gt;47k Pot--&gt;battery lead--&gt;Micro Clip<br />
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Use shrink wrap if you prefer to cover the solder connection, but leave some battery lead wire exposed for fexability of the lines. Connect the Micro Clip to PIN 7 on the IC chip, and connect the Tongue-spade connector to a mobo screw mount. (Note, I prefer to mount the ground connection firmly to a mobo screw mount so as not to run the risk of having the ground clip come off while the clip on the IC chip is still connected...this would be very bad and would probably short something out.) <br />
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Here's a pic of the mod:<br />
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<img src="http://mywebpages.co...icture_035.jpg" border="0" alt=""> <br />
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I don't have a pick of it installed. I need to take one.</font></p> B)

#5 CJTech

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 10:41 AM

(Sorry for the crap in the last post....)


Here's the clip on voltage mod:

You need the following (note Radio Shack part #s):

2 leads, preferably 3 or so inches long (I used 9v battery leads)
1 Micro Size 47k-Ohm Potentiometer Part #271-283
1 Micro Allegator Clip Part # 270-373B
1 Insulated-Crimp Spade-Tongue connector Part #64-3125
1 package of heat shrink wrap tubing Part #278-1610

Solder in order:
Spade-Tongue-->battery lead-->47k Pot-->battery lead-->Micro Clip

Use shrink wrap if you prefer to cover the solder connection, but leave some battery lead wire exposed for fexability of the lines. Connect the Micro Clip to PIN 7 on the IC chip, and connect the Tongue-spade connector to a mobo screw mount. (Note, I prefer to mount the ground connection firmly to a mobo screw mount so as not to run the risk of having the ground clip come off while the clip on the IC chip is still connected...this would be very bad and would probably short something out.)

Here's a pic of the mod: http://mywebpages.co...Picture_035.jpg

#6 CJTech

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 10:50 AM

So you want to fry eggs on your new AMD CPU?!?!... Here is the best website on how to get all the power out of the CPU. You just pic what speeds and pwer you want and it shows you what to do (remember, do not crack the CPU die when you remove the heat sink and re-install it)...



The link ----> http://www.madshrimp....php?linkid=736

#7 CJTech

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 10:52 AM

I hope you have a good mobo to do this... cheap motherboards will not let you play as much as better ones. Abit and Asus is the best to overclock with.