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9 Jahre dabei !

AMD Barton


Hello.

I am new to overclocking. I have a AMD Barton 2500+ on a board with no multiplier, vdimm, or vcore options, just fsb, an agressive/optimal cpu option and memory timings and speed. It supports 200fsb but I can't get the 2500 to that speed (on the stock 5.5 multiplier) with stability. So I was wanting to increase the vcore to 1.675 as opposed to the 1.65 it's at now.

I'm confused on what I need to do on top of the processor? What bridges should I cut or fill?

Should I just wire it to lower the multiplier? I'm really just after the 200fsb so I can take advantage of the DDR400 in there.

Where can I get some of that silver stuff?

Thanks!

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11 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core
2000 MHz @ 2900 MHz
43°C mit 1.4 Volt


Hello,

you dont need to work with the Lasercuts, you simply can do the  Pin-Mod its way easier und you can undo it if you have to, just cut some Wires from a cable, form them as an "U" and stuck them into the holes.

But why is your CPU running with a Multiplier of 5.5?:noidea:


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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Phenom II
3200 MHz @ 3675 MHz
59°C mit 1.400 Volt


he means 5.5x333, we say 11x166 and right, do the wire trick, its really easy
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9 Jahre dabei !

AMD Barton


Thanks for the replies! I did finish it. Now I have another kind of issue though:

I opened my bios util PC Health, and it says the CPU voltage is at ~1.8 now. I am almost positive I set the wires for 1.675.

It's faster, but won't the 1.8 burn it up? It was at 114F and climbing when I turned it off. It was only really on though for 2-4 minutes.

Help!

Thanks.

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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Phenom II
3200 MHz @ 3675 MHz
59°C mit 1.400 Volt


without cutting L11 bridges you are only able to add voltage to the step of open bridges, what means:
L11 says 1,50V, you can wire mod 1,55 1,60 1,65 1,70 1,75 1,80 and 1,85V
L11 says 1,60V, you can wire mod 1,65 1,80 and 1,85V
L11 says 1,65V, you can wire mod only 1,85V
you only have to set a few wires for changing voltage, look what wires must be set for stock voltage, imagine theese are already set, you only have to add the wire(s) for the voltage you need
you can use 1,85V but be sure you have a damn good cooler, TMax should be maximum 55°C to be safe


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9 Jahre dabei !

AMD Barton


I'm sure it's a stock heatsink and fan. : (

Could I just cut the L11 bridge with a knife and be done with it?

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AMD Phenom II
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yes its possible with a thin extreme sharp knife, but dont cut too deep


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