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  1. #1
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    Suggestions onOverclocking a 800 Thunderbird

    Most i ever did before Overclocking wise was run my 266 @ 333 , thats it.

    Now i have an 800 and was very curious about how high i may be able to run it safely. Also suggestion on how to do it would be great as this will (hopefully) be my first good overclocking.

    chip - 800 AMD Thunderbird
    MB - Asus A7V

    thanks for any help, would prefer to have it running at 1000 mhz if possible

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    I am also wondering how far the T800mhz will overclock. After reading some of the OCing posts I am anxious to get started!

    I've read a few posts where people with 700mhz run at 1ghz.

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    The most my 800 will run at stable is 965 with 1.85v. With the voltage mod to get 1.98v i can run 990. Thats with an alpah pal6035.
    TBird 800 @ 1008
    Abit KT7-Raid
    256mb Crucial @ 149 cas2
    Prophet II MX(230/210)
    IBM 75GXP 30Gb
    Asus 50x
    Mitsumi 24x4x4
    Belinea 17"

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    I'm having cooling problems, so I'm stuck at 888 (8x111) so far and 45c running SETI
    It said "requires Windows 95 or better," so I installed Linux.

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    One thing that would really help is how you went about overclocking it, and what you watched for etc. Kinda like a step by step guide but short of course

    Thing is i know roughly everything being talked about in overclocking but not seeing it been done by anyone i know etc makes it harder to visualize if that makes sence?

    Also with some good imput it can help hopefully avoid some mistakes others have made.

    Thx again

    thunderbird 800
    Asus A7V MB
    128 megs pc-133 ram


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