I have just received my new 1Ghz AXIA T-Bird from www.chillblast.com (excellent service and very fast delivery) and I am dying to use it...but I am waiting for my waterblock from Swiftech to arrive. Is 1.5 - 1.6Ghz a realistic figure to aim for with watercooling and the Iwill KK266-R?
I can run my AXIA1333 at 1.6 aircooled, I would guess that a 1G AXIA should stand a chance, but that is an awsome amount of overclocking....
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April 2, 2001 5:14:33 PM
I got mine from chillblast last week,it is an AXIA but it has a Y at the beginning of the third line.I have been able to reach 1524(12*127) by FOP38.You should easily surpass this with water cooling( if your chip has the same markings. keep us posted.
my mouth is watering. if i could get my hands on one of these babies.... oooh 1.8GHZ HELLO!!! :smile:
How much money are they, btw?
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April 3, 2001 11:44:32 AM
It is the stepping code on the CPU core.some people reckon the 1ghz variety are the same as 1.1,1.2,1.3,1.33 CPU's but the 1ghz AXIA is able to reach speeds that some of the higher rated CPU's can't.ie 1.1's up to 1.4, whereas I have read that people have claimed 1.7+ with the 1ghz. These chips easily reach 1.5. IMHO it is not worth paying for anything above 1ghz