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December 21st, 1998, 08:39 PM
given what we know today (which may change tomorrow) the new 366 & 400 are apt to be less OCable than the current 333a. this due to processor core limits & the multiplier lock.
I am still trying...
December 21st, 1998, 02:51 AM
how about a picture of the adapter ?
Details of the adapter from ABIT
December 20th, 1998, 11:28 AM
look here for a comparison
look at dec 8
depends on apps you want to run.
not much performance difference. if cost is a factor, the cel300a is much cheaper in the US...
December 20th, 1998, 12:19 AM
you can use old slot1 MB with a riser for the new chips.
MS does not support OCing. what else is new?
and just for the sake of information, how did you plan to OC the new chip ?
December 20th, 1998, 12:14 AM
not much difference. look here & go back a month or so. this has been discussed umpteen zillion times.
December 16th, 1998, 10:40 AM
still waiting for parts. expect it will be after 1st of year to get to work on this.
December 14th, 1998, 05:06 PM
SL2w8 & SL2yk are best known. need 5 or faster cache. both these sites have info & links to more data about the pII300 & OC.
they are a...
December 14th, 1998, 12:36 AM
since you were lean on overall descriptins, I gave general info.
if your MB temp is in the high 90's with the case off the temp gradient from cpu to MB will be a few deg more than in a closed...
December 13th, 1998, 10:46 PM
spontaneous reboots after running for a while are usually heat caused. if the temp you gave is MB, then cpu is several degrees higher.
windows rarely causes late spontaneous reboots.
December 13th, 1998, 09:10 PM
your cpu cooling is not adequate.
and you most likely need increased through-case air flow.
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December 12th, 1998, 08:29 PM
an interesting statement about OC & some EM photos of CPU circuits;
December 12th, 1998, 10:25 AM
for the guys that want a dual cpu setup for low bucks. here is how to do it with 2 celeron 300a. will take some work with small things. don't try it if you are a klutz.
very fine wire is needed &...
December 11th, 1998, 05:20 PM
warranty will depend on place of purchase to some extent. warranty in general does not cover things you mess up with improper installation.
Some vendors are easy to deal with for warranty stuff....
December 10th, 1998, 11:47 AM
ALi VIA & the K7.
maybe there will be MB & chipsets ?
a 200mhz DEC alpha type bus, all old news, I guess.
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December 8th, 1998, 09:04 PM
Well Ole Hambone here, just a sayin' that history is a good teacher, if we will only learn.
The only thing to expect is, the unexpected will happen.
Still a proponent of buy today, for today....
December 8th, 1998, 11:01 AM
should have no bad effect. the HD sees the MB & the data transfer bus. it does not know or care that you are OCing. If you have to use a non std bus speed then you can see problems.
will have to...
December 3rd, 1998, 03:34 AM
they do not warranty abuse. if you burn the chip by not using proper cooling, NO WARRANTY ! same applies to OC & heat damage there from.
The warranty is against manufacturing defects. you can see...
December 2nd, 1998, 11:50 AM
its hot lots of places & computers still work.
some of us think in degrees F. 90d is warm for ambient temp. good air flow is more critical at this temp. additional case fans may be needed, but...
December 1st, 1998, 03:02 PM
November 25th, 1998, 06:37 PM
come on wire,
not all modems have a com port entry where you are looking. you don't see it there, right ?
many of the newer internal modems do not have a com port listed in device manager.
November 25th, 1998, 01:02 PM
look at what you are doing & what you are getting. 350 to 400. if the processor functional throughput was linear with clock speed & it is not. The most improvement would be 14%. it is more like 3-5%...
November 25th, 1998, 12:51 PM
November 24th, 1998, 10:36 PM
what intergalactic said is what AMD has said. same slot component. the slot will be the same, the MB components will not. they will look alike but intel type MB will run Intel cpu & AMD type will run...
November 23rd, 1998, 03:31 PM
I agree with Mole. asking 'what if' for a year from now is an exercise in futility. things have changed a lot in the past year. no reason to expect that will be different in the next.
November 19th, 1998, 09:20 PM
not yet. k6 cpu is not supported in multi cpu configuration