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AMD 1900+ Overclock?

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December 13, 2001 4:19:17 PM

Does anyone know where you can pick up some silver conductive lacquer like they use in Tom's guide to overclock the 1900+? I called that company from the link in their manual, but they only sell it in 1/4-1/2 pound sizes. I don't know where else to get it. Any help is appreciated.

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December 13, 2001 9:31:05 PM

no, silver laquer - i.e. conductive silver paint to close the l1 bridges for multiplier adjustment....

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December 13, 2001 10:10:25 PM

Tinkertronics in Austin Texas has a product called silver print that should work. Sells for about $23.
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December 14, 2001 2:18:10 AM

You can use a conductive pen. That's what I used with no problems. I used Super Glue to fill in the laser cuts and, when it was dry, I used a razor blade to make the whole surface nice and flat. Then connect the bridges just like the T-Bird. I used a pin rather than the tip of the conductive pen. It worked the first time. I'm running a XP 1500+ (1.33) at 1.67GHz.
December 14, 2001 2:26:03 AM

nice overclock, but where did you buy the conductive pen?
Stupid radio shack in my area doesn't sell them and I don't think Home Depot does either (at least not the last time I checked)
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