September 8th, 2000, 01:17 PM
is it possible to OC the old PIIIs? my brother is running them and is thinking of upgrading or overclocking. here's his specs
- dual PIII450's
- Supermicro mobo (don't remeber which one, but its got onboard SCSI, BX chipset)
- yamaha 6x burner
- plextor scsi cd-drive
- V3 30000
- TV tuner
- kds 17" monitor
- ibm deskstar 20 gig (ata66)
- segate 6.4 gig
- WD 9 gig Caviar
- Promise ata100 controler
- 3com ethernet
if he decides to OC, he'll get a new mobo to OC, and run this system bare bones as a file or game server. What you guys think is the best option?
[This message has been edited by starsky (edited 09-08-2000).]
September 8th, 2000, 04:59 PM
Old p3's tend to top out around 600mhz, so you may be able to squeeze a hundred or so Mhz extra out of each of those p3's with any luck.
September 8th, 2000, 10:20 PM
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I have a piii450
ATX133 motherboard version: vt82c686a
running 150/5x and getting 504 mhz.
140/4.5 only gets me 464mhz.
to get more than 504 you may have to up the volts. I have not tried..keep me posted on your findings. good luck.<FONT>
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