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May 24, 2004 10:17:36 PM

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I am going to be able to get a few of these with a trade I am making
So I was wondering what numbers are good for overclocking
I am led to belive they were purchased from new egg just this month.
Model: DHD1800DLV1C is what is on the newegg site
is there a web page someplace giving this info? (Model numbers good
for over clocking )

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May 24, 2004 10:31:01 PM

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Are the Applebred Durons not the best cause there multipliers are unlocked?

On Mon, 24 May 2004 18:17:36 GMT, Robert Sligh <sligh@infionline.net> wrote:

>:>I am going to be able to get a few of these with a trade I am making
>:>So I was wondering what numbers are good for overclocking
>:>I am led to belive they were purchased from new egg just this month.
>:>Model: DHD1800DLV1C is what is on the newegg site
>:> is there a web page someplace giving this info? (Model numbers good
>:>for over clocking )
>:>
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>:> Chameleon Cages
>:> Yes! We can make any size you need...
>:> Visa and Mastercard accepted
>:>
>:> http://www.cages.net
>:>
>:> Bob Sligh
>:>
>:> "Your buddy in the business"
>:> email sligh@cages.net
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a b K Overclocking
May 25, 2004 12:44:06 AM

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Just came off of overclockers.com data base . I have seen the results
...
they are low voltage (lower than my t-bread) and seem to overclock
pretty good , cheap prices also . I wonder why you dont see them in
boxes? Or at least I don't see them anywhere for sale installed in a
new setup !

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May 25, 2004 1:00:08 AM

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Unfortunately for the Duron, the Celeron has much bigger MHz numbers... so
the uninitiated buy them up in the cheap systems (even labelled as P4's
sometimes).

bye, Rick

"Robert Sligh" <sligh@infionline.net> wrote in message
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> Just came off of overclockers.com data base . I have seen the results
> ..
> they are low voltage (lower than my t-bread) and seem to overclock
> pretty good , cheap prices also . I wonder why you dont see them in
> boxes? Or at least I don't see them anywhere for sale installed in a
> new setup !
>
> \\\////
> ( o o )
> ----------------------oOOO--(_)--OOOo---------------------------
> Chameleon Cages
> Yes! We can make any size you need...
> Visa and Mastercard accepted
>
> http://www.cages.net
>
> Bob Sligh
>
> "Your buddy in the business"
> email sligh@cages.net
> ooo0 0ooo
> -----------------------\ (---( )------------------------------
> \_) ) /
> (_/
Anonymous
a b K Overclocking
May 25, 2004 2:07:12 AM

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> is there a web page someplace giving this info? (Model numbers good
> for over clocking )

AFAIK there are no specially good series, they do all fine.
May 25, 2004 7:34:26 AM

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"Rick" <rick@not.here> wrote in message
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> Unfortunately for the Duron, the Celeron has much bigger MHz numbers... so
> the uninitiated buy them up in the cheap systems (even labelled as P4's
> sometimes).

The Celeron's are a joke. That tiny 128Kb cache along with the L1/L2 cache
data duplication cripples the thing. A 2.0Ghz P4 Willamette easily
outperforms the 2.8Ghz P4 Northwood Celeron. Barton 2500's are so dirt cheap
now that there's no real reason to run out and get a 1.8 Duron. Although
I've never compared them, I would expect a 1.8 Duron to be on par with a 2.8
Celeron.
Anonymous
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May 25, 2004 11:02:58 PM

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Lee wrote:
> Are the Applebred Durons not the best cause there multipliers are
> unlocked?

Nope, Applebred Durons are locked just like the Bartons (ie: post week 39,
or 35, or whatever). The pre-week-39 Applebreds are quite good, because
sometimes you can re-enable the rest of the L2 cache (as with the Thortons).
The L2 bridges (cache control) were locked along with the L3 (startup
multiplier) bridges in week 39.

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