|Review of postings for OC Athlon 1700+ (the latest posts first)
||Erstellt: 21:51 am 21. März 2010
|You have to change not only the FSB. Many CPUs need more voltage to overclock them. I don't know which options your mainboard has.
And as a fact, if you rise up with the FSB, the RAM-frequency will rise, too.
||Erstellt: 21:32 am 19. März 2010
|Thank you very much to you, but I still have some doubts.
I just go up the FSB from the motherboard? I do not need to upload anything else?
No need to jumping anything on the socket?
I got another more powerful microprocessor (not much more powerful).
These are the details:
Athlon XP (Barton) Desktop Processor (Model 10) 1667 MHz
OPGA Organic Pin Grid Array 1.60 Volt max. Temp. 90°C
256 KB L2 Cache 266 MHz Systembus (133 MHz FSB) x 12.5
This is the bios where you can modify the microprocessor. (got on the web because my FSB is 133)
You tell me how I go a bit microprocessor?
||Erstellt: 23:44 am 15. März 2010
|You can´t change FSB by pin-mod, you´ll have to change it by bios.
2600MHz or more is really enthusiastic, i think 2300-2500 is more realistic, if you´ve got a good CPU.
||Erstellt: 22:01 am 15. März 2010
|hi, I have a AthlonXP 1700+ , I want go up the mhz to 2600 or more.
I put de information in https://www.ocinside.de/html/workshop/pinmod/amd_pinmod.html and tell me the FSB, the reals MHz and jumper in the socket but I not know where I hace put the mhz to I have to go.
Or I put this jumper in my motherboard and ready?
Sorry for my bad english.
Athlon XP (Barton) Desktop Processor (Model 10) 1467 MHz
OPGA Organic Pin Grid Array 1.50 Volt max. Temp. 90°C
256 KB L2 Cache 266 MHz Systembus (133 MHz FSB) x 11