Discussion in 'General' started by Koolvin, 9 Apr 2001.
ON a KT7-R gonna run stability tests.... stay tuned!
nah not stable at that- well runs windows etc but 3dmark goes tits up,
1463 is fine passes 3dmark but gets too hot on prime95.. erm gonna try lowering voltage.
Stable at last...
/me needs a better cooling system! damm thermoengines are a pain to get off ! so I am using a fop32-1
These results are good because the normal Kt7-R get flakey after 112 FSB!!!
one (long) word!
thats quite warm ... spose its only a fop32 though ..... wonder how well the CORe would do on that baby
this is my new baby .... runs at 36 degrees while using seti very nice
WHEN THEY SAY PENCILLING THE L2 BRIDGES THEY MEAN SHORT THE CONTACTS, NOT STICK ON A STICKER WITH THE SPEED YOU WANT!!
lol ...... i knew something wasn't quite right with my bridges ... oh well here are the results of o/cing my cpu
^^^^^^^^ seti was running ^^^^^^^^
RAM is @ 144mhz
Hmm well this thing is at a nose bleeding 66MHz and my one upstairs runs at the truly screaming speed of 400MHz. Pah to your GHz machines is what I say, ;þ!
I will have my revenge on all of you next year... Mwaaahhh haaaaa haaaaaaaaaaaaa mwwwwwwaaaaaaa....
<-- Men in white coats take come to take me away for the second time after I bit one of them the first time
you meant to say the L1's did you not, sir?
some other bridges usefull for setting voltages etc...
L1, L2... who cares! lol i'm an intel sucka!
pah, this 486 licks all ur butts
That is weak compared to my commadore 128k with an external floppy drive, it boots up faster than any mac or pc
hmm im having probs with my board KT7 and my cpu, they don like bein overclocked , i have a 900 which shud run @ at least 1GHz but it dont all the time , i think its having mood swings!
Probably telling you what you have already done but try upping the voltage, use a good heatsink & fan (hsf), dont apply too much or little heat compound (remove that crappy thermal stuff at the bottom of the heatsink). Try a different bios, make sure the hsf on the chipset is clean and doesn't have a load of dust on it (even better replace it with a blorb or intel fpga hsf).
Try the old pencil trick on the cpu, use less demanding memory settings. Now if any of the above don't do it then try http://www.viahardware.com/faq/kt7/kt7faq.htm
PS I'm running my 800 @ 990 on kt7 without any probs.
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