Celeron II on PC-CHIPS
I have a FCPGA celeron 600 on a PC-Chips M748LMRT motherboard. This board is a baby AT board with intergrated everything. I am currently running the celeron on a 100MHz bus, as this is the only difference i can make tho the clock speed. i was wondering, is there any way i can alter the voltage to the chip via board mods so that it is perfectly stable at this speed?
Personally, I've always considered PCChips motherboards to be on the low end of the spectrum, as far as quality goes. I would be very wary about overclocking on those boards at all. As far as voltage mods go, I can almost guarantee you that you won't find any guide on the web that will show you how to do it. Probably your only hope is if someone from these forums has had some experience with that board. Good luck.
Last edited by brainwave64; 04-10-2002 at 06:46 AM.
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where are you getting the mobo and at what price are you getting it? I found this PC-Chips. It supports Celeron and P3. It is dual slot and socket but you can only use 1 at a time. its $46.
I got this board for nothing, with the chip and case... the most i have spent on it is $16.50 AUS on a new HSF for it... I have it running fine , just wondering about the voltage... The voltage regulation is bad enough that it is running on almost 1.8 v and i think that might be fine for it...
All this machine does is Battle.Net server, SETI@HOME, UD and RC5-64
It runs Win2k pro, and has 96 mb ram, shared with 16 to the vid chip.. It is alright at number crunching, especially at the 900+ MHz
Last edited by Grentarc; 04-10-2002 at 09:09 PM.
I have this board which I just replaced the hard drive in with a 400 celeron. I changed a couple settings on in the bios but it never really made any difference other than locking up once and got it to start up using the <end> key. It does seem like a cheappe. I had to purchase a ethernet board to get back on the net to shop for drivers. Guess I should get it up for sale. Would like to get another one, board that is, to build a system for my son not that I have all the drivers
Depends... i'm in australia.... where u from?
My board seems unreasonable stable these days.. and i have overclocked my Celeron 600 to 900 with PC-66 SDRAM.... wonder why that is......
This machine with a large HSF, +300 MHz and Mini Tower seems way too cool ... temp i mean, but anyways... yes this board is an El Cheapo with effectivly only one expansion slot....
anyways... i dont really care if it blows up or something...
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