Would I have problems with this Overclocking Solution?
I currently have an athlon 700 classic running at stock speed (100bus x 7mult).
I would like to bump the bus up to 133Mhz and get the extra speed from it.
What if I did 133x5.5=731.5Mhz?
Or I could do 133x5=665Mhz
I have a standard dual-fan cooler on it, when running UT my temps are about 98-100 CPU 85-86 System. (Farenheit)
Would I encounter problems with the 133Mhz setup and will the speed benefit be worth it?
And just curious- since the Bus is "200Mhz" pseudo-DDR cus speed stuff, would the bus be "266Mhz" at 133 real Mhz?
Well first, the bus is not pseudo DDR, it IS DDR. So yes, running at 133 will make the Athlon's bus 266.
I would imagine your RAM is going to be the determining factor on whether you can run at this speed or not.
The CPU should have no problem running at the higher speed. If it's a stock 700 then it probably has a higher mhz core anyways...750 maybe 800.
you will not be able to change the multipler without a gfd on that cpu as it is locker multiplyer on it till you get a gfd on it
Hmm- If I need a GFD then forget it- I'm too lazy to go through all that...
Thanks anyways though
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