I am running a 600E@810 with 135mhz FSB on a ASUS P3v4X. My idle temps are 89F and 107F under a load. Been running roack hard for weeks at this setup. Could i try for more with these temps or is this the best I can do?
I ran the same combo at 900 (150 fsb w/PC150ram) for months, had a GREAT cooling system from Step tho, heat was never an issue, monitor your temps and give it a whirl, the only thing that allowed me to get from 840 to 900 was a heatsink and fan on the clock generator, sold it to a pal and its still running perfectly...
i don't think heat will be a problem. I am using a dual fan heatsink from antec rated at 12.5 CFM but I JB Welded it to my Processor and now the temps are doing nicely. I am gonna try that heatsink on the clock generator. thanx for that thekingofpain
My 600e has been at 840 since the spring, I have a Alpha cooler & extra casefans
Well guys and gals...
I went to 852 last night and things are looking good... temps never higher than 118F.
Idle temps are around 87F. Ran SiSoft Sandra 2001 all night on the burn in wizard and it pasted
Hey guys... at what voltage are you running your o'clocked PIII 600E ?
Stan ~ I have a 650/100 that goes 144/1.65V, 150/1.8V and gets grouchy at 155/2.0V.
Right now Stan voltage is 1.75v @ 140fsb
And if I am not mistaken, 1.65v is the "official" voltage for the PIII600E...
I have a P2B-D with two PIII600E. My plan is to o'clock them to 133x6=800MHz
I have already received 2x128MB Crucial PC133 SDRAM and 2 orb fans are on their way.
I can't change the voltage on my P2B-D but Biff is able to run his PIII600E @ 140fsb without pumping up the voltage... so 133MHz FSB should not be a problem... (fingers crossed)
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