SysOpt's new Overclocking Database
Great job!! I've posted one of my systems and queried the database and it works great.
Is there any way to edit my OC numbers?
I indicated 133 MHz for for OC Bus... I should have put in 162 MHz.
And the HSF should read Intel Std. not IBM Std.
All my fault... sorry!
[This message has been edited by Fisheagle (edited 08-14-2001).]
The ability to edit submissions should be implemented by tomorrow.
BAHAHAHAHAAH - big man Scott double posted.
I really think the new 'automated sysopt' is wonderful. I love the thought of having all of us participating in interactive polls, news writing, articles, forums, oc'ing, its great!
I wrote a rather large comment with my submission to the O/C database and now I'm embarrassed because it has taken up so much space on the page. I thought that it would cut off and there would have been a link to read the entire comment earlier in the piece.
I can't wait for the edit function to be implemented. I got some details wrong and I don't think you should all be subjected to my ramblings - except by choice.
What happened to the benchmark results?
Also I think it would be a good idea if we could search for all listings for a chip speed. For example I want to look up the speeds obtained by people using a 700 CeleronII (ala overclockers.com) Just a thought, apart from that it's a great idea and long overdue.
Well done... again.
I just took a look at the new database, and saw that there are 3 kinds of Pentium III (Katmai, Coppermine, and Tualatin). How can I find out what type of PIII I have? What's the difference? The clock speed of my Pentium is 450 MHz, if that helps.
Oh, and congratulations, the OC's database is a great improvement to SysOpt.
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