Dave 2012-03-27 08:57:40
Spend 50 on an XP1700 DLT3C from www.cpucity.com and then overclock it to
XP2600 speed easily without any risk of damaging the chip.
If your motherboard isn’t up to it, then spend another 90 or so on an Epox
8RDA and you’ll still end up having 60 left for beer 🙂
Qed, eh ? 2012-03-27 08:57:44
Or go h*** for leather and get XP3200 speed …… hehe.
Wes newell 2012-03-27 08:58:02
hardly any really overclocks in the true sense of the word. But when you
consider that a cpu with the same core is sold anywhere between 1466MHz
and 2250MHz, is it really overclocking to run the one designated at
1466MHz at 2000Mhz. The core doesn’t care what you run it at, or if you
call it overclocking or not. Only a fool would buy a core for $200 that he
can get for $50.
Abit KT7-Raid (KT133) Tbred B core CPU @2400MHz (24x100FSB)