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Barton 2800+ how can i overclocked it?

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by cinoslaw, Oct 20, 2004.

  1. cinoslaw

    cinoslaw New Member

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    Hi , I have Barton 2800+ with locked multipler
    I would like overclocked it safety and stability.(Athlon 3000+ maybe 3200+)
    My mobo its Asus A7N8Xrev2, hynix ddr400 ram,coolermaster (Athlon 3200+), powersuplye 400W
     
  2. WildStyle

    WildStyle Ancient Guru

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    Read through the sticky at the top of this section... should give you some pointers.
    Either that, or do a search too, because I've answered many questions about overclocking 2800+'s with a 12.5x locked multi before.
     
  3. gram_vaz

    gram_vaz Ancient Guru

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    yea, i posted quite a few of those questions myself.

    i got mine oc'ed to 2.2 and 2.3ghz on stock vcore though to be honest i didn't use it long enough to see wether it was stable or not. but i have heard by other ppl that they got their 2800+ oc'ed to those speeds on stock vcore.

    u have to up the fsb to oc locked multi cpus.
    to get to 2.2ghz i upped the fsb to 176(12.5*176=2.2ghz)
    and to get to 2.3 i upped the fsb to 184(12.5*184=2.3ghz)
     
  4. cinoslaw

    cinoslaw New Member

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    thank you
     

  5. cinoslaw

    cinoslaw New Member

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    Ill try it, but I must wait for a much better power supply Chieftec 420W.
    What about temperatures?(processor)Maybe i should change cooler?
    under 50 C in stress its ok?
     
  6. lIqUI[]

    lIqUI[] Ancient Guru

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    Ive usually keep mine between 2275-2300 mhz with a TT Volcano 11, 5 case fans and AC5. My temps on prime95 load were around 50. It runs Prime95 fine with a 186x12.5 and 1.75 vcore but when I tried to play SOF2 my screen would freeze, this is the only game I had trouble with on these settings.

    You should be able to easily OC to at least 3200+ speed and beyond.
     
  7. cinoslaw

    cinoslaw New Member

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    now i oc to 3000+ and it is ok in stress 45-47 C (open case)
    maybe i change my cooler to pentagram cu80(it is good?)
     
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    gram_vaz Ancient Guru

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    those are acceptable safe temps.
     
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  10. WildStyle

    WildStyle Ancient Guru

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    *Sigh*

    Once again... I shall quote from my sticky:

     

  11. cinoslaw

    cinoslaw New Member

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    I saw thats tape, but i afraid to do this
     
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    Alo Member Guru

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    This may be a dumb question but; I was expecting to see the 2800xp CPU listed as a Barton when it says Duron. Is this correct?

    Manufacturer: AMD
    Family: Duron(tm)<<<<<<
    Internal Clock: 2.09 GHz
    Internal Clock Maximum: 2.09 GHz
    External Clock: 166 MHz
    Socket Designation: Socket A
    Type: <unknown>
    Upgrade: ZIF Socket
    Capabilities: MMX, CMov, RDTSC, 3DNow!, Extended 3DNow!, SSE
    Version: AMD Athlon(tm) XP
    CPUID: 0x000006a0
    Level: 1
    Capacity: 128 KB
    Type: Internal
    Type Details: Synchronous
    Level: 2
    Capacity: 512 KB
    Type: External
    Type Details: Synchronous
     
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    WildStyle Ancient Guru

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    That seems to happen for a lot of people but I have no clue why!
    Can anyone enlighten me (us) ?

    Rest assured your CPU is a Barton though, not a Duron.
     

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