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Kickus_assius
05-12-05, 01:42 AM
I want to trade my 3500+ Newcastle for another 3500+ with a different core. I will pay for both shipping, but I will need the other cpu first before I ship mine out.

I have the box and manual warranty information and retail HS/Fan.

It has run stock with the retail fan and I overclocked it to 2.5 GHz stable with watercooling, (10x250). I would like something that can overclock and has lower temperatures/voltage.

Note: I will also take a 3200+ and cash, if it can overclock well. All CPUs mentioned are socket 939.

rvvae
05-12-05, 09:31 AM
Wow!! I would have grabbed this deal right away. Too bad I only have a 3000+ Winchester core. I planned to overclock it (never used it yet) but I guess I'll have to deal with it. LOL

Bump for a great deal!!

Kickus_assius
05-13-05, 10:41 PM
Tell me how that Wincester overclocks and we may be able to work something out.

rvvae
05-14-05, 08:59 AM
Tell me how that Wincester overclocks and we may be able to work something out.

Damn!! Can't find that link which I was using to see whether I can overclock my A64 3000 Winnie. I'll try and get it to you when I head to work tonight. I know I was told that I could overclock to a stable 2.3Ghz and maybe even higher with proper cooling. Once I find that link, I'll send it to ya.

Cheers :D

rvvae
05-14-05, 09:12 AM
Ok, ok! My bad. I actually had them in front of me the whole time! (Gosh, those 12 hours shifts sure do hit ya good. LOL) Here's some links that I'm using to find how much I can overclock. I'm still finding some instructions on how to overclock it.

http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews/review.php?dXJsX3Jldmlld19JRD05MzM=

Here's a good one that can give you an idea on overclocking this baby:

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=875776

Here's advices on overclocking the 3000 from a new user new to OC:

http://www.computing.net/cpus/wwwboard/forum/10990.html

If you need more information, I'd be willing to research some of that up for you. :D

Cheers

Kickus_assius
05-14-05, 03:00 PM
I meant your specific chip. Some cpus will not oc very well. I know how to overclock. I have decided I am interested in moving to a faster chip and running it stock rather than finding a better overclocking slower chip.

rvvae
05-14-05, 09:16 PM
That's not a problem with me. Good lukck finding a San Diego core. :D

Kickus_assius
05-15-05, 03:35 AM
Thanks man.