My ordeal is at long last OVER!!

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Jordan
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My ordeal is at long last OVER!!

Post by Jordan » Tue Dec 27, 2005 9:04 pm

I'm FINALLY finished with overclocking! It's all done.
Everything i wanted to do i have done.
So, my final results and things i did to get there:

Both CPU's are Celeron 400MHz, 66MHz FSB. 2.00Volt default
Now they are 600MHz, 100MHz FSB, 2.2volts

CPU Temp readings are 23 degrees C idle, upwards of 30 in use.
Case temp is usually 27 idle, 35+ in heavy use.
Also note - I looked and my sensor diodes are not close to the CPUs, they are bent all the way downwards. Thus, i guess temps are really a few degrees higher, but I'm not certain.
Everything inside the case is pristinely cleaned (compressed air on everything today)

I've added Pentium heatsinks to my Chipset and video card because they were overheating before. Now they are not. See my picture album thing for more on those.

Finally, I'm also using a new(ish) network card and sound card, because FSB's between 75-90 burned out the other ones. The old Sound card is toast (it gets detected with no troubles, but sound output is little pops) And my old network card works tolerably, but randomly stops working for no reason and is therefore, not worth using.

Thanks to Smitty! I got this board in a machine he gave me. ITS GREAT YAY!

That's about it! I had to let the world know of my success.
The collector of the old and unwanted.

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Post by davd_bob » Wed Dec 28, 2005 1:07 am

Congrats !
Keep up the good work.
There are *almost* no bad BP6s. There are mostly bad caps.

No BP6s remaining
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Post by kuun » Sat Dec 31, 2005 7:53 am

thats awesome dude... i love the temps
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Post by KliK » Mon Feb 13, 2006 4:26 pm

awsome!

how did you get those low temps?!

Jordan
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Post by Jordan » Mon Feb 13, 2006 11:26 pm

I have 6 fans, and i have massive Alpha CPU heatsinks pasted with arctic silver 5. My case moves air like a furnace! Also, my BP6 lives in my basement computer room which is abnormally cold.
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Re: My ordeal is at long last OVER!!

Post by headseed » Tue Feb 14, 2006 8:29 am

Jordan wrote: Also note - I looked and my sensor diodes are not close to the CPUs, they are bent all the way downwards. Thus, i guess temps are really a few degrees higher, but I'm not certain.
Dual Barton Mobile 1.8ghz
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Post by KliK » Tue Feb 14, 2006 1:38 pm

Jordan wrote:I have 6 fans, and i have massive Alpha CPU heatsinks pasted with arctic silver 5. My case moves air like a furnace! Also, my BP6 lives in my basement computer room which is abnormally cold.

than the basement must be it...'cause mine are about 40-50°C in my room...of course, they are computing on grid.org! :D :D :D

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