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  1. #1
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    OC'ing a P4 2.8 failed EE

    I should be pickin up a P4 2.8 northwood (s478), built as an EE but which failed the tests so has locked multi and disabled extra cache. Yet has the 30 caps, etc...

    I'm looking for 286 FSB on 14X multi with this puppy... (4004Mhz)

    need suggestions for ram and mobo

    currently looking at OCZ PC4000 Gold Rev2
    and DFI LP 865B rev B (oops the 875 is an actual board... I definatly meant 865...)

    depending on the board, I may be able to afford water cooling for this sucker... otherwise it will probably be this

    I need a stable board capable of over 300FSB preferably (I still want to play with dry ice ) yet the cheaper the better...
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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    IC7 Max3 or P4C800/P4P800. The three boards most commonly used afaik. IC7 can be a pain to voltmod though.

    //Andreas
    "I'm sort of a postmodern vegetarian, I eat meat ironically"
    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delph1
    IC7 Max3 or P4C800/P4P800. The three boards most commonly used afaik. IC7 can be a pain to voltmod though.

    //Andreas
    Yeah, I got one of those...
    IC7 is a really nice board, havent tried to voltmod it though.
    Women seem wicked when you´re unwanted...

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    So I take it from that, that the Asus boards ARE easy to voltmod?

    I can very easily have a P4P800SE...
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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    Well I just ordered the Zalman 9500 and picked up an Aopen AX4SPE-UN board...

    I'll probably sell that board to help pay for an Asus one, unless it turns out to be a stable board...

    and I am interested in voltmoding this puppy...

    right now the PSU I have is only 28A on single 12V rail, so I'm gonna go get one that's around 36A... better safe than sorry...and I don't want a PSU limited OC...
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coore
    Quote Originally Posted by Delph1
    IC7 Max3 or P4C800/P4P800. The three boards most commonly used afaik. IC7 can be a pain to voltmod though.

    //Andreas
    Yeah, I got one of those...
    IC7 is a really nice board, havent tried to voltmod it though.
    You got one of those ... yea ... :P

    Quote Originally Posted by magicman
    Aopen AX4SPE-UN
    Never heard of anyeno trying to OC with that board. Intersting. Keep me posted!

    //Andreas
    "I'm sort of a postmodern vegetarian, I eat meat ironically"
    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

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    how's the voltmoding on the P4P800 though?
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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    http://malvescorner.net/p4p800.html

    Malves Corner is the place to look.

    http://malvescorner.net

    //Andreas
    "I'm sort of a postmodern vegetarian, I eat meat ironically"
    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

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    would that work on all models of the P4P800 (IE: dlx, e-dlx, se, etc...)?
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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    No entirelly sure, but I wouldn't think they've moved around those bits.

    //Andreas
    "I'm sort of a postmodern vegetarian, I eat meat ironically"
    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

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    heh, I just bid on a P4 3.2 Prescott IS7-E2 board combo...

    think you could find me voltmod instructions for that?
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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    It should be the pretty much same with IC7 and IS7.

    IS7-E:
    http://www.akiba-pc.com/article.php?38.0

    IC7:
    http://malvescorner.net/ic7.html

    I don't know if they've changed anything with the IS7-E2 though, but if they layout checks out, it shouldn't be a problem.

    //Andreas
    "I'm sort of a postmodern vegetarian, I eat meat ironically"
    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

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    still about 23 hours left in auction, so we'll see if I get it...

    I also have a sniper set, so should be good...
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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    Pfft... stupid americans...biding almost retail for a used P4 system...

    so, needless to say, I was outbid...

    but that's okay... I spotted some mobile P4's and Pentium M's...
    OMG I sold my computer... Using my GFs. E4300 on a P5NSLI. NON E version. Yeah, that means it's the one that literally can't do a 10mhz OC. (9Mhz worked... for a while).

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