Hi, please help me OC my Tbird 850

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-- Veröffentlicht durch Blackout am 1:29 am 23. März 2004


clock it like my friends thunderbird ;)

this programm sucks it's a 1400 "C" -> but looks nice :)


-- Veröffentlicht durch Blackout am 5:07 am 5. Jan. 2004

first let your multi @ 8.5 and raise your fsb to the highest possible (stable) value. then raise your multi to 9, 9.5 , 10 ... if you reached your max. multi. lower your fsb to a value where
multi max. +0.5 and your fsb is the same than the max. mhz speed.
then raise your fsb and if you reach your max. congratulations this is absolutely your highest MHZ value on your system.

ps. raise your vcore to 1.85 first


-- Veröffentlicht durch IVI am 0:17 am 3. Jan. 2004


Zitat von Palmersquall am 18:32 am Dez. 29, 2003
Ok i have the B model at 100fsb.
Is it still possible to run it at 133 fsb because i have a VIA Apollo kt133 Chipset and 133 Micron sdram?

What should i start with?
a FSB at 105 and a multiplier at 10?
or fsb 100 and multiplier at 10
I read that having a higher fsb will allow more bandwidth.
I would like a 1000mhz system
Thanks

(Geändert von Palmersquall um 20:01 am Dez. 29, 2003)



using a FSB of 133MHz is usually not supported by the KT133. 133MHz is guaranteed by the KT133A and newer (KT266, KT266a...)

i would raise the multi, up to 10 at first. increase the VCore to 1,85V and hope it works ;) this does not stress die AGP and PCI, only the CPU an ur cooling-unit (copper-based or full-copper coolers r really "useful"


-- Veröffentlicht durch Palmersquall am 18:32 am 29. Dez. 2003

Ok i have the B model at 100fsb.
Is it still possible to run it at 133 fsb because i have a VIA Apollo kt133 Chipset and 133 Micron sdram?

What should i start with?
a FSB at 105 and a multiplier at 10?
or fsb 100 and multiplier at 10
I read that having a higher fsb will allow more bandwidth.
I would like a 1000mhz system
Thanks

(Geändert von Palmersquall um 20:01 am Dez. 29, 2003)


-- Veröffentlicht durch TwP am 9:25 am 29. Dez. 2003

you need to change the vcore when your frequenzy is too high and there is only a black screen or at booting there is an error or when you are one minute in windows and it reboots automaticly


-- Veröffentlicht durch TwP am 9:23 am 29. Dez. 2003

the differenz between the B and C is that the B only has a standard fsb of 100MHz and the C a standard fsb of 133MHz!


-- Veröffentlicht durch Palmersquall am 6:29 am 29. Dez. 2003

Also, what is the difference between thunderbird B and thunderbird C?


-- Veröffentlicht durch Palmersquall am 6:19 am 29. Dez. 2003

Hi,
Ihave a ASUS A7V jumperfree PC133 AGP Pro/4x mobo.
850 Tbird 100fsb
256megs of ram
Geforce 2

I built this computer a few years ago, but since its getting old. I would like to get the most i can out of it. I am new to OC but i think i know enough to get the job done.

Right now i only have the FSB overclocked at 105mhz This is giving me  893mhz

My current setting is
895MHz: 8.5x Multiplier, 105MHz FSB, 140MHz DRAM
My I/O Voltage setting is default at 3.56
and my Vcore is default at 1.75

I was thinking about changing the multiplier settings tomarrow but im not really sure where to start at. Will i need to change the Vcore? what multiplier setting/fsb setting should i use to get the fastest speed?
Any tips/info would be helpful

Thanks.


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