First overclock - More opinions needed
Thanks for the opinions guys, but you're all telling me what I didn't want to hear...use 75 or 83. I'm looking for reports from people who have O/C'd a P2/266 with 100 or 103 bus.
I ran a P-II 300 at 360 (3.5x103). It got hot but ran well.
I'm more of a celeron guy, so check this with somebody else.
Do you have a Deschutes core (marked for 2.0 volts) or the older core (for 2.8 volts)?
2.0 volt - Maybe, but REALLY keep an eye on temp. See if you know anyone with an Abit BX6r2.0 mobo. Might take you farther.
2.8 volt - Not without devine intervention (But who's to say GOD isn't an overclocker?)
Also get the S-spec from your chip. Then go to Intels web site, developers section, and check what step version of 266 YOU drew. The higher the steping the better. Compare to PII 400's S-specs - maybe you got a solid gold Intel re-marked 400 core. Its happened to others before you!
My S-Spec said I have a step 0 so thats not so good right?
[This message has been edited by Stryker (edited 02-05-99).]
Don't know about P2-266? But I have a P2-233@firstname.lastname@example.org on a AbitBX6 and it runs 24/7 for my niece at school. It will also run at email@example.com but i backed it down for her because she doen't watch it and at home she has a 166 so 336 is great for her. Hope that helps. Jim
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