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catkins963
03-03-04, 02:52 PM
I have a question. I have an xp1800 and a Biostar m7vib kt266 motherboard. I am running pc2600 ram. Will I be able to run the fsb up any or will the memory/cpu not handle any overclocking with this setup?
Any input would be very helpful. Thanks

Dazz
03-03-04, 02:56 PM
You should be able to bump up the FSB more but don't expect much with a BIOSTAR board.

catkins963
03-03-04, 03:51 PM
Well, The highest I could get was fsb 140. It posts as a xp1900. Very stable. I got it to post at fsb 143 xp2000 but it rebooted windows.

catkins963
03-03-04, 05:34 PM
I have another question. Will one of the xp mobile cpu's work in my Biostar M7VIB motherboard? The website lists up to xp2600+ as supported.

Smokey
03-03-04, 06:59 PM
If your pc reboots, try raising the core voltage if you havent already, as it may help with stability.

ragejg
03-03-04, 07:02 PM
yep, they may not initially detect the speed correctly, but your mobo supports all SocketA cpu's...

With a tbredB (1700,2100,2400,2700 etc), a Barton, or a mobile Barton, you should at least be able to do 150fsb...

does your mobo have multiplier adjustments?

ragejg
03-03-04, 07:05 PM
meh, your mobo does not support BIOS multiplier adjustment... dang... however, i do believe that a software tool was very recently released that allows for on-th-fly multiplier adjustments.. all I know about it thus far is that it apparently works great for SiS735 mobo's (ECS K7S5A) and does not work for nforce2's... I dunno about VIA chipset mobo's...

catkins963
03-05-04, 02:54 PM
I can't adjust the multiplier and my motherboard doesn't let me adjust the voltage either. So I have concluded to just buy a new CPU for now. Was trying to milk some more time out of this CPU. Thanks for all the info