ozzo motherboard woes
Recently bought a k62350that has the cxt core, and is on an ozzo PMVP3A motherboard. I would like to overclock this chip, but the manual only has settings for 2.2, and 2.8, no voltages inbetween. I searched the web, but couldn't find anything much...any help would be appreciated..
Did he get a visit from Dorothy or is he the lead singer in Black Sabbath?
Seriously, where have you been, and where the hell did you find this mobo?
And even more important, how do you put the smiley face in your notes?
haha....that's the name of it man...they even have a website..www.ozzo.com and I didn't buy it work did...hehe and I don't know how I did the smiley...I guess it just did it, because I did nothing special.
How's it going HOTROD?!
Glad to see you are consistant in your loyalty to AMD - tell me something, are you planning to get the K6-3?
I am hoping that the K6-3 will be everything it is rumored to be. I have a couple of systems that are upgrade ready now. I think the K7 will be a little out of my $$$ range for a while.
..but on a traitorous note, the Celery 300a and ABIT BX6 is just too great a temtation to pass up - I hope AMD will forgive me
Good luck with the Ozzo board.
[This message has been edited by CMonster (edited 02-13-99).]
Oh great now CMonster did it too, but I haven't figured out how.
Is that C as in C Programming or C as in Cooooooooookies?
You know Ozzo should have used the same help tools that Windows uses for helping you through complicated procedures.
They would have been called the Wizards of Ozzo.
Yes, I'll stop now.
haha you know how you do that smley face
just make the : and the ) together and tada !!
Hey guys, yes I am very loyal to AMD especially since I took the chip off the ozzo board, put it on another one that allowed single increment voltage increases, and got that darn 350 running at 450!!! is stable, but only at 2.6 volts, and with a huge cooling fan pointing straight at the chip...HEEH...but that sucker just flies. Very excited about k63 possiblities yes..heheh
2.6 volts, wish you had told me sooner, I would have brought marshmellows.
How the hell did they ever get the name, marshmellow anyway?
Marsh Mallow came from the mallow plant that grows in marshes and is used, or was used, as a flavoring for those spongy sugar fluffs we affectionately call marshmallows.
The "C" in CMonster is for cookie - my friends know it for something to do with me and the late 60s, On this forum it has to do with a little comment about my reluctance to register in order to use the bulliten board, and I wish like crazy that it did stand for the "C" computer language.
Lack of foresight, stupid me - I couldda been Gill Bates - stupid me!!!
HotRod - wow K6-2 +100mhz 350 to 450!!! **** good! You must be the luckiest overclocker in the world. It's doesn't get that hot does it? I ran mine at 2.6 for a few hours 300@ 380 but it wasn't that stable and would crash out of Windows after a while.
yes it really does get hot, HAHA..I didn't think a k62 chip was capabel of getting that hot, usually they just crash out before they do, I think it has something to do with the cxt core using the cache more or something, alls I know is at 428, it was completely stable no fans or anything, and totally cool to the touch, but crank the voltage up one notch from 2.5 to 2.6, and the bus speed up from 95 to 100, and it just freaking cooks like the old cyrixs HAHAH...but with my fan it is totally stable for however long ya want to run the thing, UNLESS playing unreal for very long, at which time it exits the game, but surprisingly doesn't cause the computer to hang completely. I can't keep enough interest to play games that long at a stretch anyhow, so no biggy there, most of the time I"m pretty easy on it, like just surfing the web and such, so that cpuidle can do it's job HAHAH...except when I run tirtanium I guess I"m fairly lucky, but I've heard of a good many folks getting 100mhz more out of the amd chips recently, don't know how the k63's will be, but by god they're too high, nor will I spend 450 bucks on a chip...HEHEH
Interestign story about marshmallows. There I finally spelled it right.
Hey Hotrod, I would have left it go at 428. Is 450 noticably faster than 428?
Heck yes Aris!!! A good bit faster, not because of the cpu speed, but on account of the 100 mhz fsb speed, as opposed to the 95. But my holdup is my harddrive, it's a bigfoot tx...BLEAH, and pretty slow, compared to say a 7200 rpm ibm deskstar or something, it is something like 4000 rpm, although I'm sure it's totally reliable, isn't much on speed, and takes up a 5 1/4 bay...but I can't see ditching an 8 gig drive ya know...if I had a fast hd ,my system would cook heheh
have you tried to O'C a K6-2 on a PCCHIPS M590 ?
This mobo is a perfect %@!*&(*!, but it's the only board I got now...
Thanks in advance, Ben.
I am trying to get only 333 (4x83.3) from a K6-2 300/66. I'm currently running at 291 (3.5x83.3). I´ve already tried 2.3 and 2.4 V should I try 2.5 and 2.6 V (the chip isn't very hot at 2.4V...)
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