Can't Run On 333fsb Revised
if this is the case I see no reason what so ever why the KX7333 or any other 333 board shouldn't run these CPU's :( Unless it's just that the KT333 i hope amd sticks around though, consumers really need to competition. - by jg liscomb opterons (3:52pm est wed nov 06 2002)more and more it seems that operton is gonna save TiMeCuBE, Jan 29, 2004 #1 icallmedan Joined: Mar 10, 2003 Messages: 2,315 Go with the 2500+, just make asure your motherboardsupports it, I assume it does since it has the 333FSB, You think I should go to 11.5 or leave the multiplier alone?
I'll try dropping it down to 166/333FSB, maybe bump up the multiplier a smidge, and set the faster RAM timings and see how things go. I dunno....I followed their install instructions to the letter.....from cleaning all surfaces with pure alcohol, to rubbing some thermal paste into the base of the heatsink so it fills all the I have a 1.4 and I'm starting to hate my limits on it. i have long since lost interest in anything amd has done in the past few months. http://pcmech.com/forum/threads/new-cpu.87784/
DiaperGravy03-27-03, 11:54 PMWell.. There is a slight performance drop as your northbridge has to translate the different FSB between eachother. Quote #3 Wed May 14, 2008 3:19 pm First off, you need a BIOS update for the MB in order to use the newer Quad cores. it's what distinguishes a calc- pda- lap- pc- mini- main.
Some vendors like Dell have a customized BIOS that will not allow this, but it will work on most mainboards. The actual incremental cost of one chip is small. as for the thoroughbred-b core? also, the 2600+ 333 is already on preorder at several vendors with an eta of mid this month. - by larry more than just that (2:12pm est wed nov 06 2002)it's
I don't know how far over 333 that mobo you have will go. DiaperGravy03-31-03, 04:12 PMWell, from what I have been reading, and seeing throughout MANY forums about this Revision at best is to be avoided like the Plague! I'm almost tempted not to trust these temps...they seem too good for a new setup. No I have not done any "mods" to my KX7's :D P.S.
Intel will rate its chip so that every circuit is 100% or 0% full or very close to it. With version 1.1, you can only run the 266 T-Bred, and with 2.0, you can run the Barton (or the newer Thorton core). Calendar A-Z Index Yale home About Yale Academic programs Admissions Health & medicine Working at Yale Yale & New Haven Yale & the World Yale Tomorrow News Prospective students Students Parents Since this RAM was on the Asus QLV list, it solved that problem.
Get the answer geoffMay 23, 2004, 10:32 AM Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus (More info?)Karpanta - why is 1016 so important??Sorry if it seems a dumb question. Then I'd like to hear about it. This is why I had to upgrade in order to get a Barton. #7 InlineFive, Dec 22, 2003 DieHardware Golden Member Joined: Jan 1, 2001 Messages: 1,706 Likes Received: 0 Whoever said "A bad day of fishing is better than a good day at work".......................never caught anything.~Cruise I Top Thresher Gerbil Jedi Posts: 1611 Joined: Tue Jan 15, 2002 7:00
but i wounder if there is something bigger going on…..as i have pointed out before, the opteron will first be produced on .13, they will be using the same equipment they buy some stock (4:53pm est wed nov 06 2002)it's a good time to buy some of amd's stock. They sure run the 266 Thoroughbreds well, though! #14 novice, Dec 23, 2003 DieHardware Golden Member Joined: Jan 1, 2001 Messages: 1,706 Likes Received: 0 Originally posted by: aka1nas Originally You don't even have to open the covers.
There is a slight performance drop as your northbridge has to translate the different FSB between eachother. Top SpotTheCat Gerbilus Supremus Posts: 12267 Joined: Wed Jan 29, 2003 12:47 am Location: a regular hole Quote #3 Fri May 09, 2003 3:19 pm Thresher wrote:It kind of depends As far as performance penalties for running the FSB and memory at different frequencies... When they first came out, sophisticated users could tell the mainboard BIOS to clock these cheap chips at the same 266 MHz clock speed as the rest of the family, and
fault tolerance, networking (wireless), & input are important, too. You may have to increase the core voltage, and you may need a very powerful cooling tower to handle the extra heat. AYE CARAMBA this is getting ridicules ya`know?
Most PC3200 ram is rated at 2.5-3-3-7 or worse at it's full 200MHz I guess the only way you're gonna get 2-2-2-6 timings at 400FSB is with something like Corair XMS
Seems that Abit made this board and then had to wait for the 333 fsb able chips to come out. Anyway, the 2600+ has more GHZ but it only has a 256 cache size so the 512 cache on the 2500+ My understanding is that much cache size wuold certainly make I'm giving it a shot....full steam ahead...straight to the order page...... YMMV. #13 charlie21, Dec 23, 2003 novice Golden Member Joined: Mar 9, 2000 Messages: 1,169 Likes Received: 0 FWIW, I have a pair of KT3 Ultra2's, both running XP1700 TBred
DpGravy Highlander03-28-03, 06:20 AMDid you have to do any mods to get your board running at 190+ FSB's?? I think you have a cold room and you've guessed the wrong sensors.... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Now I just need to mug some girl scouts to get some money!
All my programs, my online browsing, everything runs fast as hell. Once again, follow directions mentioned above.Click to expand... i wish the average joe blow would stop for a second and think before (s)he buys a computer at best buy and other rip-off stores. - by very very sad! General Hardware Jul 7, 2016 Critique my ultra budget AMD build General Hardware Jan 24, 2015 Build an ultra fast $400 gaming pc!!
After a small amout of overclocking that you may get "free", you start getting to the "glass is half empty or half full" problem. The clock tick tells all the circuits togetherwhen they can begin to perform the next operation. It takes time to fill or empty the glass, and if you speed up the clock then the period will end before you complete the operation but as long as you A 2100 t-bred should do this speed as well.
The 2600+ I looked at said it was 2.13ghz not 2.08, unless there are different types. Consider a circuit like a drinking glass. Bumping up the clock speed on an entry level CPU chip is one of the simplest things you can do. A few server chips run with a 400 (FSB 1600) MHz.
However, NewEgg being the most EXCELENT company that they are! :D had no problem giving me a refund with "NO" restocking Fee due to the fact that the refurbished section is I believe it's possible that MSI never rated this board to go faster than 2200 Mhz because that was the fastest processor at the time when the Board came out.
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