133mhz FSB K6-2?

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DuronClocker

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Hey guys! I'm looking back to the Socket7 age for a little fun overclocking again. I've found a really sweet looking board using the SiS530/5595 chipset. The board has jumpers for 133mhz FSB. Is this chipset capable of handling that kind of speed? Cooling isn't really an issue because I can take care of that, but will it run reliably? All kinds of voltages on this board as well (0.1v increments from 1.9v to 3.5v). ATA66 as well. Onboard video and audio (which would be good for me for now, I'm short on video cards).

Has anyone ever run a Socket7 board at 133mhz FSB? If so, what motherboard/chipset?

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what board is that and how much is it?

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DuronClocker

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RISE R561...also looking at a Shuttle M597 with near the same features (except the FSB selection only goes to 100). Price...depends, its an auction, but it doesn't look too popular, but who knows, its got some time left. Yeah, my old SiS5598 hit 83mhz beautifully, never a problem. Didn't have a higher option. Well, there were different combos I was going to try, and I was doing all of the calculations to figure it all out, but then I found out the board I had was dead (it hadn't been used in a while, and I was just looking at it until I got everything calculated and worked out).

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fallguy

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Hmmm,
I have heard of an Epox board that had a 133 bus setting, I recall somone claiming they were running a K6-2 at 533 (4x133). I also recall the memory benchmarks were pretty amazing (the board had a 4x interleavening option which definately helped), somewhere in the region of 220/240 in Sandra 99...........which is damn good for a K6-2 before y'all start laughing.....


As for the SiS chipset, I would check that the AGP and PCI dividers kick in before 133, otherwise you're likely to fry your components. My old GA-5AX had settings up to 135Mhz and higher, but no dividers, so it didn't really stand a chance of making it beyond 120Mhz.

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AMDnut

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Fallguy is right, you will need the divider to kick in or your components will hold you back. I don't think that board will offer a divider either....

I managed to get my K6/3 up to 120FSB on the Gigabyte GA-5AX board that Fallguy refers to, but that was it. The chipset did not let it go any more, even with nice CAS2 PC133 Micron memory.
But, I will have to say that the K6/3 was fast for it's time at 120FSB!!!

Ahhhh, the good ole' days............ Fallguy, don't you miss them sometimes? The days of our K6/2's running at 600mhz? Man, now that was a space heater at 2.8v!!!!



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Well I may get it just to play around with it. Depends how things go with the auction. I'm short on money (as usual) so I'm not going to go insane on the bidding like I sometimes do. I'll test it out with my P133 (runs 200 stable...that's where it is right now) if I get it and run SiSoft to check the bus speeds at higher FSBs....IF I get the board

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KTDEVIL5

KTDEVIL5

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Just remember one thing, The Socket 7 Mobos come with L2 Cache on board... That right there is enough to hold you back unless you disable it. But that would not even be worth the overclock..


Just my 2 Cents!

~The Devil~

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DuronClocker

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Originally posted by KTDEVIL5:
Just remember one thing, The Socket 7 Mobos come with L2 Cache on board... That right there is enough to hold you back unless you disable it.
Hmmm...forgot all about that it was run sync with the bus speed


Originally posted by KTDEVIL5:
But that would not even be worth the overclock..

Sure it would. Well, not for long term use. Just so I could say I had it running with a 133mhz FSB


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fallguy

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Originally posted by AMDnut:
Fallguy is right, you will need the divider to kick in or your components will hold you back. I don't think that board will offer a divider either....

I managed to get my K6/3 up to 120FSB on the Gigabyte GA-5AX board that Fallguy refers to, but that was it. The chipset did not let it go any more, even with nice CAS2 PC133 Micron memory.
But, I will have to say that the K6/3 was fast for it's time at 120FSB!!!

Ahhhh, the good ole' days............ Fallguy, don't you miss them sometimes? The days of our K6/2's running at 600mhz? Man, now that was a space heater at 2.8v!!!!



Hmm,
yeah I miss the days of the K6-2. Sure they weren't the fastest chips on the planet, but they were very much the last of the old style processors. Unlocked multipliers, tons of tweaks needed to get it up to speed, a ridiculous ability to run 30% over voltage and not break...... and of course the sure knowledge that once you reached 600 you damn well knew that you were standing on the burning edge of overclocking..........


Its not the same with these new fangled Durons and Athlons and Pentiums. Locked multipliers, lower voltage tolerance, less tweaks needed to make it perform. You can spend a day playing with a Duron, and by the end of that day you know it is running pretty much as fast as it can go. With the K6-2 you could spend weeks eeking out every last ounce of power, and boy did you notice the difference when you had.

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