>I think I found a stable combination for multiplier and bus speed with dual
>366 on an Abit BP6 mainboard: x5.5 and 95 MHz. This results in a dual 523.
Are you running the PCI bus at 2/3 main bus speed? I guess 31.67 is
PRETTY close to 33 Mhz, but your hard drive may get flakey.
Quote:>I read in the
>manual that experimenting with the core voltage wasn't recomended at all.
Typical corporate CYA. =-)
Quote:>Anyway, at 2.10 core voltage Max crached even faster (after 5 minutes) ?!
This makes it hotter, which makes it sound like your problem might be
heat related. Are you using thermal paste between the
processors/heatsink or the "thermal" tape? Paste is WAY better.
Quote:>That was strange because I haven't only heard from Davy that increasing the
>core voltage would make the system more stable.
It does... BUT it makes it generate more heat as well, which you must
get rid of.
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