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OC table 4 athlon, Step. & Ser# vs. oc ability

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October 25, 2001 5:40:53 PM

I have seen this table somewhere where a loose poll was being done to determine what the max overclocking ability was for various Athlons catergorized by their serial #'s and steppings. My main comp is down with the bookmark and I can't remember (nor find) what site had the table.

Anyone know what I am talking about? Please provide the link.

I think I remember the AYJH series were seriously kicking ass but I can't remember if the limit for 1.4's were better or same as the 1.33's or 1.0's. I think I remember the AYJHAR 1.0's reaching 1.6 - the same cap for all.

Now before I get any crap about the xp's etc., I know the xp's are going further. However, I am thinking of going duallie with a tiger on the ultra cheap. That table sshould tell me what tbird is the best value. I figure I should be ale to build a system with a couple of cpu's running at 1.6 for less than one xp1800 would cost - bang for buck seems to still be with the tbirds. From what I've seen, it also seems like the Xp's aren't getting near the % in oc as we saw in some of the Tbirds (that is w/o peltiers or vapochill, etc.). I am guessing that is b/c they are still stuck with the same .18 micron.

Anyway, thanx in advance for the link to the table.

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October 30, 2001 12:23:24 PM

Thanks Rick, that meets the description of what I was asking. <A HREF="" target="_new">FYI to others click CPU Database</A>.

That looks like the begining of a good one, however, somewhere I saw another one that had considerably more base information and provided more detailed results as well. Anyone else see it - know where it is?

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October 30, 2001 12:50:00 PM

Ok, I have now decided to do a little more research to keep from getting too many more lists that are easily found - but not what I am looking for. The database I had seen listed indivually both lines of stepping (i.e. AXIA, 9), native speed, oc speed. So there were like 6 different results for a 1.2 (for each of the different steppings). The table was fairly large.

The following two are also ok, but they are not it:

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October 30, 2001 2:32:26 PM

That entire page was full of sh!t. Not just the oc & video - what about chipset: "custom" what the fvck is that? Am I supposed to believe he single handedly design and built a prototype chipset that allows him to oc a 1.4 to 3.5? Give me a break.

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October 30, 2001 5:58:32 PM

Athlon oc had all the info I was looking for. Thanx girsh

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October 31, 2001 6:47:17 AM



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