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Old 12-14-2005, 07:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Palomino + cheap RAM + old mobo + AGP4x GFX

My system runs stable at 155FSB w/ vCore 1.775. If I increase it to 156FSB it freezes after about 10-60 seconds of gaming, sometimes also in Windows. Also freezes with 1.8v.

Should I increase it more or will it fry my CPU? Default for my core is 1.75v.


Cheap DDR400. Shouldn't have any problems running at 200MHz or less. Currently at 2-3-3-6 (SPD settings). Lowest possible custom setting is 2.5-3-3-6 I guess. Old MSI mobo cause I screwed my other one.

Palomino 1600+ (temps are fine, no matter what speed cause it's ****ing cold in this room)
Defaults: 1.75v, 133FSB, 10.5x MP, not unlocked.
1.4GHz default, currently at 155x10.5=1.63GHz.

GFX is running at default speeds, still freezes in games and sometimes windows. Leadtek Winfast TI4200 64RAM (speeds: 249,8/513Mhz)

Any suggestiong?
TheMajorMMX - Intel P200 MMX @ 225Mhz - V-Tech (PcPartner) Baby-AT mb w/ Intel Triton TX chipset - Nvidia Riva TNT2 M64 w/ 16MB - 256MB M-Tec SDRAM - Still running.....
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