OK... A few things.
First, I'd reccomend a 300 watt power supply for you, as that would greatly help power distribution. I'm sure you could get one somewhere for cheap (like PriceWatch.com ), if you don't already have one.
Second, I wonder if your memory is holding you back, as you didn't mention that at all. Memory sometimes can't handle a boost in FSB, so be sure you're using high quality RAM (or the 133 MHz ones) if you're gonna raise the FSB past 100 (which it looks like you already did). So, definitely check that out.
Also, I would reccomend a new cooling system, as it seems that yours isn't cooling the CPU enough for you to raise the core voltage at all. Look into another cooling system (such as water or something), and that'll really help. Check out this post for a couple good ideas and a link or two:
[This message has been edited by CujoRbd (edited 02-10-2001).]
Well, I have a Duron 750, A7V Rev 1.02 and Bios 1005C, and Super Orb. Can't seem to get it above 884 : 750 @ 850 + fsb @ 104. Voltage is at 1.70. If I up the voltage, it still won't post at 900 ( it used to go to 950 at 1.80v) Anyway, just wondering why the sudden drop and I can't go up again. This chip and board are only about 3.5 months old. Any thoughts are really appreciated. I'm also using a 250w powersupply, if that makes any difference.
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