p2 350 overclocked... harddisk error??? (SORRY!!!)
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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2000

    p2 350 overclocked... harddisk error??? (SORRY!!!)

    first i overclocked my p2 350 to 392mhz (112mhz fsb). then i tried 133mhz fsb (pci:44mhz!!!) it booted, but then at the next system start there was a registry error! is the harddisk overclocked, too? or have i to set the cpu voltage higher??? HELP please!!!
    sorry for my bad english!!!
    sorry again...

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 1999
    Club Tropicana
    The harddrive is definately way overclocked. Is there any way to set the PCI multiplier to 1/4 i.e 33Mhz at 133Mhz

    your english is good, there's no need to apologise

  3. #3
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    Apr 1999
    Rochester, NY
    Being a poor white man, I take offense to that name, too! j/k
    "It was a good lay........"

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jan 2000
    If getting stable at this speed is important to you, you might also want to try:

    > disabling L2 cache

    > upping the voltage a bit

    > removing all but your "best" DIMM

    And don't forget to cool...

    Free advice, and worth every penny.
    Free advice, and worth every penny.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 1999
    Outside my head. . .
    Look, seeing that your not from around here (U.S.) a better screen name for you would be Cracker!

    But poor_white_man is not as bad as the other one.

    Road Warrior has hit on the main points, but for 133mhz, you need to make sure your ram can handle it. If you have pc 100 or lower, it proably can't. Also, many pci cards don't like a pci bus of 44, since the default is only 33, which means you have overclocked them about 33%!

    Check the voltage, but higher voltage usually only means more heat. Keep your cpu cooler.

    A pick up line that does not work: "Hey baby, why don't you free my Willy, tickle my Elmo, and Picha my chu!"

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