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Old 03-08-04, 07:17 AM   #1
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Here's your chance to show off your |337 overclocking (or not ) prowess. Use wcpuid and take a screen shot to post here.

Athlon users, if you are able, download this program and enter the three lines of code that are printed on your CPU. Generate an HTML page and post that as well. I created one image of both screens for my pic.

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Old 03-08-04, 07:28 AM   #2
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Here's mine; I dunno the code and ain't gonna take my HS out
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Old 03-08-04, 07:36 AM   #3
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I use cpuZ, and I cant use that other program that needs the 3 codes, as I only 2 of the codes written down, and Im not going to go take my HSF off right now

My cpu codes:
AXDA2500DKV4D
AQUCA0309UPCW

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CPUZ - Baron 2800+@3200+
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Update: After a solid week of 2506MHz@1.725v, I began testing for higher overclocks. Before I did this, I added a chipset cooler to the chip that doesn't have a cooler of any sort on it (I always get the north bridge and south bridge chips confused, but it's the once closest to the battery). After starting out 100MHz higher (2600MHz), and working through various voltages, I'm now 50MHz faster and still rock solid stable @ 1.775v (tested with 22.5 hours of Prime95 stress testing). While I can still boot into Windows at 2600MHz, even with only 1.750v, not even the maximum 1.850v seems to make anything beyond 2552 stable.
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Old 03-08-04, 10:27 AM   #6
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BAM!

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CPUZ results from my work laptop (Dell Latitude C840).

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i cant wait to get home and post mine up here. woohoo 2400!
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I tried 2300 210x11, mem86 checked out, but windows BSOD on me. Could prolly do it if I upped voltage or slackened me timings.. but cba tbh.

This is working fine..
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I know it's an AXDA2500 but thats it, i an't taking my HSF off just yet intill i get my water cooling. It was a nightmare getting my HSF b4 as there was no clearance at all and had to bend capacitors to remove it.

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heh...

wtf on the vcore? It's set to 1.725 in BIOS,but this and Sandra show much lower results on my 8RDA+ 1.1...

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I re-did mine so that it uses cpu-z instead of wcpuid.
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