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Athlon XP-M 2500+ @ 4000+ -- claimed by a hardware site...

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May 11, 2004 6:35:30 PM

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http://www.tweakpc.de/tweaking/athlon_xpm_oc/athlon_oc....

as the subject line says

taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )

overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )

before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )

all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling

I don't read German, so perhaps someone who does would
care to take a look and provide a better summary than I can.

More about : athlon 2500 4000 claimed hardware site

May 11, 2004 6:35:31 PM

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> http://www.tweakpc.de/tweaking/athlon_xpm_oc/athlon_oc....
taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
> overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )

This is by no means extraordinary. I run my 1700+ at 10.5x230 right now
on a NF7-S with a simple watercooling setup. With a mobile barton 2600+ I'd
be disappointed if it wasn't stable at 11x230.

rms
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 11, 2004 6:35:31 PM

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"no-name" <no-name@false-address.net> wrote in message news:<c7qkri$2aj$1@news5.svr.pol.co.uk>...
> http://www.tweakpc.de/tweaking/athlon_xpm_oc/athlon_oc....
>
> as the subject line says
>
> taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
>
> overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
>
> before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
> the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
> but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )
>
> all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling
>
> I don't read German, so perhaps someone who does would
> care to take a look and provide a better summary than I can.

Yeah, not a big deal. Try 2.7Ghz
http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?t=297449

Plenty more.
http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?t=292035
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a b K Overclocking
May 11, 2004 8:52:45 PM

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"rms" <rsquires@flashREMOVE.net> wrote in message
news:gM4oc.3210$Hs5.1932@newssvr15.news.prodigy.com...
> > http://www.tweakpc.de/tweaking/athlon_xpm_oc/athlon_oc....
> taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
> > overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
>
> This is by no means extraordinary. I run my 1700+ at 10.5x230 right
now
> on a NF7-S with a simple watercooling setup. With a mobile barton 2600+
I'd
> be disappointed if it wasn't stable at 11x230.
>
> rms
>
>

That one is air cooled Zalman at 2572 ??
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 11, 2004 8:52:46 PM

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>
> That one is air cooled Zalman at 2572 ??
>

I can belive it
but.. I must say that I bet they just happen'd to get a chip that's a bit
better than normal.

My 2500+ barton (desktop not M) doesnt seem to go crazy with the temp when I
overclock it.. It just seems to die once I get too high.. So Yea I can def
see it being possible to get a stable chip to work at that.
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 11, 2004 10:51:55 PM

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In news:c7qkri$2aj$1@news5.svr.pol.co.uk,
no-name <no-name@false-address.net> felt the need to put finger to keyboard
and typed:

> taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
>
> overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
>
> before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
> the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
> but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )
>
> all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling

My Barton XP-M 2500 has been run at 200x12.5 at 1.75v, aircooled with a
Thermalright SP-97 and a Panaflo 92mm fan. Currently runs at 12x200 @ 1.6v.

--
Regards,
Stephen
remove theobvious to reply ;o)
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 12, 2004 12:51:09 AM

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I'm running an XP2500+ Mobile at 12 x 218MHz for a Clock speed of 2616 (CPUZ
says 2620MHz) right now, air cooled and Prime 95 stable....so in terms of
clock speed there results are pretty ordinary.

--
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"no-name" <no-name@false-address.net> wrote in message
news:c7qkri$2aj$1@news5.svr.pol.co.uk...
> http://www.tweakpc.de/tweaking/athlon_xpm_oc/athlon_oc....
>
> as the subject line says
>
> taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
>
> overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
>
> before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
> the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
> but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )
>
> all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling
>
> I don't read German, so perhaps someone who does would
> care to take a look and provide a better summary than I can.
>
>
>
>
May 13, 2004 1:06:01 PM

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On Tue, 11 May 2004 14:35:30 +0100, "no-name"
<no-name@false-address.net> wrote:

>http://www.tweakpc.de/tweaking/athlon_xpm_oc/athlon_oc....
>
>as the subject line says
>
>taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
>
>overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
>
>before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
>the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
>but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )
>
>all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling
>
>I don't read German, so perhaps someone who does would
>care to take a look and provide a better summary than I can.

http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en

:) 
May 14, 2004 4:01:56 AM

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> http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en
>
> :) 
>

I tried that and it produced such delights as:

----------------------------------------
Recently we have looked how much achievement one from
a current Pentium 4 herauskitzeln can and today want we again
with a Athlon somewhat more highly outside, because 2376 MHz
hand us nevertheless not completely.
For this purpose we selected ourselves from degrees-wear one
the new Athlon Xp-m Low volume day processors and to want it
steam under the back to make once correctly.
----------------------------------------

and as a result, I have decided that
I too want it steam under the back to make once correctly.

:-)
May 14, 2004 4:01:57 AM

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I've always found the AltaVista translations to do an excellent job.

"no-name" <no-name@false-address.net> wrote in message
news:c80upa$91a$1@newsg4.svr.pol.co.uk...
> > http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en
> >
> > :) 
> >
>
> I tried that and it produced such delights as:
>
> ----------------------------------------
> Recently we have looked how much achievement one from
> a current Pentium 4 herauskitzeln can and today want we again
> with a Athlon somewhat more highly outside, because 2376 MHz
> hand us nevertheless not completely.
> For this purpose we selected ourselves from degrees-wear one
> the new Athlon Xp-m Low volume day processors and to want it
> steam under the back to make once correctly.
> ----------------------------------------
>
> and as a result, I have decided that
> I too want it steam under the back to make once correctly.
>
> :-)
>
>
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 14, 2004 12:30:44 PM

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>
> I can belive it
> but.. I must say that I bet they just happen'd to get a chip that's a
> bit better than normal.
>

2400-2500 MHz on air is a normal overclock for a mobile Barton. The ones
that goes higher than that are the ones that's a bit better than normal.

I have built a silent box that run these speeds:
XP-M Barton 2400+ stock 1.35V / 35W "AXMD2400FJQ4C"
Zalman 7000A-Cu (fan on lowest)
AS3
Antec Sonata
Epox 8RDA+
Stable at 12.5*200 = 2.5 GHz @ 1,775 V

Temp after some hours of Prime95 torture: 53 (from the socket)

/Ville
May 14, 2004 6:16:38 PM

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i have a nf7s v2 mobo running at xp2500+mobile(AXMH2500FQQ4C IQYHA 0401
XPMW)

runs very sweet at 12.5x200 1.75Vwhich is of course is 2.5ghz, max temps are
51 on air 39idle
it has posted into windows at 13x200 2.6ghz but crashed after an hour of
prime 95
posted to welcome screen in winxp at 2.7ghz then crashed out
the extra speed and voltage above 2.5ghz wasnt worth it for me, could of
tried running it at 1.85V-2.0V but the temps would have been alot more
maybe this chip would be excellent with some water cooling
as for the article, well it aint unusal :) 
"Ville Viking" <vikingville@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:Xns94E9751C32136villeviking@130.133.1.4...
> >
> > I can belive it
> > but.. I must say that I bet they just happen'd to get a chip that's a
> > bit better than normal.
> >
>
> 2400-2500 MHz on air is a normal overclock for a mobile Barton. The ones
> that goes higher than that are the ones that's a bit better than normal.
>
> I have built a silent box that run these speeds:
> XP-M Barton 2400+ stock 1.35V / 35W "AXMD2400FJQ4C"
> Zalman 7000A-Cu (fan on lowest)
> AS3
> Antec Sonata
> Epox 8RDA+
> Stable at 12.5*200 = 2.5 GHz @ 1,775 V
>
> Temp after some hours of Prime95 torture: 53 (from the socket)
>
> /Ville
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 17, 2004 2:36:17 AM

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Since you mentioned it. I can't get the 12.5 multiplier in my BIOS. I can
get 11, 11.5, 12, and 13, but no 12.5. Is this a MoBo problem or a BIOS
problem?

MoBo = DFI N2 UI

TIA,

Pete
"Stephen Webber" <stephen.webber@theobvious.blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in
message news:fh9oc.575$Sz6.5107715@news-text.cableinet.net...
> In news:c7qkri$2aj$1@news5.svr.pol.co.uk,
> no-name <no-name@false-address.net> felt the need to put finger to
keyboard
> and typed:
>
> > taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
> >
> > overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
> >
> > before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
> > the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
> > but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )
> >
> > all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling
>
> My Barton XP-M 2500 has been run at 200x12.5 at 1.75v, aircooled with a
> Thermalright SP-97 and a Panaflo 92mm fan. Currently runs at 12x200 @
1.6v.
>
> --
> Regards,
> Stephen
> remove theobvious to reply ;o)
>
>
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 17, 2004 5:30:38 PM

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Jumping in late here, try the 13 multi. On my board (different) 13 is
recognized as 12.5. Verification obviously comes at reboot when you see what
mhz you're running at. All this is presuming an unlocked proc.

Best of luck,

Garry


"Peter Harrington" <pharring@columbus.rr.com> wrote in message
news:B1Spc.26559$sA.23476@fe2.columbus.rr.com...
> Since you mentioned it. I can't get the 12.5 multiplier in my BIOS. I
> can
> get 11, 11.5, 12, and 13, but no 12.5. Is this a MoBo problem or a BIOS
> problem?
>
> MoBo = DFI N2 UI
>
> TIA,
>
> Pete
> "Stephen Webber" <stephen.webber@theobvious.blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in
> message news:fh9oc.575$Sz6.5107715@news-text.cableinet.net...
>> In news:c7qkri$2aj$1@news5.svr.pol.co.uk,
>> no-name <no-name@false-address.net> felt the need to put finger to
> keyboard
>> and typed:
>>
>> > taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
>> >
>> > overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
>> >
>> > before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
>> > the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
>> > but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )
>> >
>> > all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling
>>
>> My Barton XP-M 2500 has been run at 200x12.5 at 1.75v, aircooled with a
>> Thermalright SP-97 and a Panaflo 92mm fan. Currently runs at 12x200 @
> 1.6v.
>>
>> --
>> Regards,
>> Stephen
>> remove theobvious to reply ;o)
>>
>>
>
>
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 17, 2004 8:04:54 PM

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Can't post at 13, which is why I wanted to try 12.5. The sweet spot for me
has been 12x200. I have PC3500 RAM, but when I push the FSB even to 205, it
becomes unstable in a hurry. I was hoping for 2.5 GHz, but I don't think it
is going to happen.

If I increase the core above 6.25 V, I will crash also. I don't like the
orientation of the CPU socket on the DFI board. I am thinking of putting an
extrafan on the NB and the cpu.

Pete

"iTsMeMa" <itsmema@mamma.com> wrote in message
news:283qc.45001$0qd.40794@twister01.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com...
> Jumping in late here, try the 13 multi. On my board (different) 13 is
> recognized as 12.5. Verification obviously comes at reboot when you see
what
> mhz you're running at. All this is presuming an unlocked proc.
>
> Best of luck,
>
> Garry
>
>
> "Peter Harrington" <pharring@columbus.rr.com> wrote in message
> news:B1Spc.26559$sA.23476@fe2.columbus.rr.com...
> > Since you mentioned it. I can't get the 12.5 multiplier in my BIOS. I
> > can
> > get 11, 11.5, 12, and 13, but no 12.5. Is this a MoBo problem or a BIOS
> > problem?
> >
> > MoBo = DFI N2 UI
> >
> > TIA,
> >
> > Pete
> > "Stephen Webber" <stephen.webber@theobvious.blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in
> > message news:fh9oc.575$Sz6.5107715@news-text.cableinet.net...
> >> In news:c7qkri$2aj$1@news5.svr.pol.co.uk,
> >> no-name <no-name@false-address.net> felt the need to put finger to
> > keyboard
> >> and typed:
> >>
> >> > taking an Athlon XP-M 2500+ ( 1866 - 14 x 133 )
> >> >
> >> > overclock to become a 4000+ ( 2535 - 11 x 230 )
> >> >
> >> > before everyone gets too excited, the graphs imply
> >> > the CPU wasn't stable at that speed,
> >> > but does seem to have been stable as a 3700+ ( 2460 - 12 x 205 )
> >> >
> >> > all of the tests appear to have been performed with air-cooling
> >>
> >> My Barton XP-M 2500 has been run at 200x12.5 at 1.75v, aircooled with a
> >> Thermalright SP-97 and a Panaflo 92mm fan. Currently runs at 12x200 @
> > 1.6v.
> >>
> >> --
> >> Regards,
> >> Stephen
> >> remove theobvious to reply ;o)
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
>
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