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    Got My xp1800+ to xp2300+

    I am linking to XiBase for this because I don't want to attach all the pics again and retype it... !!!! Large PICs !!!! Dialup beware


    BTW.... The stepping is (AGOIA 9)... Very few of these are in the Overclockers.com database of cpu's *1- I think* anyone come across one of these ??
    Last edited by Kruz; June 27th, 2002 at 09:43 PM.
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    Man those are some excellent pics! Good job. I didn't know white out would work, looks easy.

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    That rocks Kruz!

    Congrats, now I have to chase you.......
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    Sweet job!
    R.I.P Rangeral, To one of HWC's best moderators and a great guy

    By the way, what does BTW stand for?

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    Thumbs up

    Nice job and great overclock!!

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    Thanks
    AMD Opteron 146 @ 2907MHz
    Abit AN8 NF4 Mobo
    XFX 7800GTX (486\1400)
    2 GB CORSAIR XMS PC3200
    2x 160 gig WD (sata raid-0)
    Zalman CNPS9500 Heatsink
    Antec Super LanBoy Case
    Antec 550w TruePowerII
    ViewSonic 19" LCD Widescreen

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    That's one heck of a nice overclock... don't think I've seen too many Paliminos go that high. congrats!

    You know what part I like best?

    CPU temp of 33 C with a 5000 rpm fan. How did you manage that one? Very curious to hear about your cooling. Oh yeah, I agree with others, nice pics! And way to make unlocking look easy. Maybe you should write a book, Unlocking for Dummies.

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    Originally posted by Luds
    That's one heck of a nice overclock... don't think I've seen too many Paliminos go that high. congrats!

    You know what part I like best?

    CPU temp of 33 C with a 5000 rpm fan. How did you manage that one? Very curious to hear about your cooling. Oh yeah, I agree with others, nice pics! And way to make unlocking look easy. Maybe you should write a book, Unlocking for Dummies.

    The praise goes to Thermalright, for making the AX-7...
    And to Delta for making the 80mm 68.5 cfm fan..
    and the 120mm fan blowing right on top of the cpu.(through a blowhole) see pic... Don't pic on my messy room
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    Abit AN8 NF4 Mobo
    XFX 7800GTX (486\1400)
    2 GB CORSAIR XMS PC3200
    2x 160 gig WD (sata raid-0)
    Zalman CNPS9500 Heatsink
    Antec Super LanBoy Case
    Antec 550w TruePowerII
    ViewSonic 19" LCD Widescreen

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    That's a messy room? Wow I don't know what to call mine then, LOL!

    Nice job man. I did the same thing except I used a needle and nailpolish instead. Used the exact same defogger kit as you did though
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    Man, that's BADASS!!! Makes me want to go out and get a faster CPU and doing the same. My setup is topping out at 1688MHz but not stable, so I'm running 1662MHz, rock-solid. I see why you have awesome cooling, your PCs are sitting right next to your window A/C unit . Good job and excellent pics!
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    What is the defogging kit for?

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    Thats the conductive paint to connect the L1 bridges... it's cheap and availably at most auto parts stores
    AMD Opteron 146 @ 2907MHz
    Abit AN8 NF4 Mobo
    XFX 7800GTX (486\1400)
    2 GB CORSAIR XMS PC3200
    2x 160 gig WD (sata raid-0)
    Zalman CNPS9500 Heatsink
    Antec Super LanBoy Case
    Antec 550w TruePowerII
    ViewSonic 19" LCD Widescreen

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    Excellant job ,great How to , Kruz!

    Just wanted to let you know, I ordered an 1800 last night from newegg aswell, we"ll see whats up! In addition I unlocked one with the liquid paper(after I snifted it ALOT ) works great.

    1900 Ill be happy. I was debating what I should do, get a 2200+ and live in thermal nuclear heatville, or what?? Thought I should wait a bit, get a later model tbred, but this sounds good enough.I usually order mine from my distributor, but I dont know what Ill be getting since you just ordered yours from newegg chances are ill get the same stepping. Should be here monday Ill post results monday night. Thanx again for the good post here, good news!

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    One day I will try that.

    First I need to upgrade my classic Slot 1 processor and mobo.

    Thanks for the clear concise instructions!

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    From what i've been reading neweggs's 1600's also have the same stepping AGOIA... I'm suprised that there are not more of these listed at overclockers.com's database, I was kinda dissapointed to see this stepping when the chip came because there were so few listed. (thought i'd gotten a dud), boy was I wrong
    AMD Opteron 146 @ 2907MHz
    Abit AN8 NF4 Mobo
    XFX 7800GTX (486\1400)
    2 GB CORSAIR XMS PC3200
    2x 160 gig WD (sata raid-0)
    Zalman CNPS9500 Heatsink
    Antec Super LanBoy Case
    Antec 550w TruePowerII
    ViewSonic 19" LCD Widescreen

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