I overclocked a 80486dx/4/100 to 120
Cyrix pr200>183(had it at 200 but too unstable)
celeron400>550(no heat sink or extra fan)
pIII-450 > 650
p233 MMX @ 266 (3.5x75) on BioStar M5ATA v1.0
no voltage adjustments, ran only slightly hotter than @ 233mhz.
Alpha, you are running a K6-3 450 @ 550??
what is the batch ID of the chip, and what kind of cooling are you using? i'm looking to get mine up from stock 400 to 500 (at 450 now).
[This message has been edited by Amorpheous (edited 03-28-2000).]
Like BobRich, I had an 8086 from a local shop with the 'turbo' to 12Mhz.
Wanna talk about dated, I remember bringing home the Apple ][ after dropping $2300 for the computer, the disk drive, the monitor, a power strip, 10 5 1/4" floppies and a copy of "Nibble" Magazine...
And my 386/20 has 16M of ram (takes a timed 4 min 20 sec to count it all)
bought a 2 meg memory addapter card for my commodore 64/128 paid through the behinde for
that, but what a computer, best i ever owned
i still miss the c64 days LOL!!!
I paid $220 to add 16K of RAM to my Apple ][ (it's still doing it's thing in the basement, cause Pong is still my fav game!)
My first was a hotrodded 4.77mhz IBM PC XT I hotrodded to a whopping 8mhz! Later on I upgraded it with a NEC V30 <Long time ago, I believe its correct> LOL! I feel da need for speed.. and a wee bit of smoke..
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