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I think that I OC almost every PC machine that I own but one of my first stick deep in my mind that's Celeron 300Mhz somewhere back in '99 that I managed to OC up to the whooping 1Ghz and I felt like a pilot who broke sound barrier for the first time :)......offcourse it was not stable on that speed for every day use so I believe it was working somewhere around on 800Mhz that was still incredible....
Now I am on the Oldish X58 platform with E5645 2.4Ghz-turbo 2.67Ghz that I OC for every day use on 4,137 Ghz

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So many, but my first oc, a 486SX-20MHz overclocked to 33MHz by changing an on board jumper comes to mind. Probably back in 1992.

Or my first OC on water, around year 2000/late 1999, a socket 370 P3 650 coppermine, overclocked by changing the fsb from 100x6.5=650 to 140x6.5=910MHz. Waterblock was a crossdrilled copper block, pump an Eheim 1048 (230V pond, aquarium pump) and a couple of small radiators I built into a custom shroud which also held 2x120mm Papst fans. I believe it could clock close to 950MHz, but 910 was stable. I also tried a peltier element on it at some time, don't remember if it allowed more OC. Probaby restricted by PCI/AGP speeds at that point. I found an old pic of it too :) Remember you couldn't buy many water cooling parts back then, we made water blocks similar to this: https://www.overclockers.com/how-to-build-your-own-cross-drilled-copper-waterblock/
 

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Any Socket-A fans? I OC the AMD ATHLON 2000+ from 1.67 (don't know why it was titled 2000+ :slap:) to 2.27GHZ on Air Temp was 44C to Load @61C MB was MSI Brand
 
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Any Socket-A fans? I OC the AMD ATHLON 2000+ from 1.67 (don't know why it was titled 2000+ :slap:) to 2.27GHZ on Air Temp was 44C to Load @61C MB was MSI Brand
The IPC of the AMD Athlon was better than Intels P4 netburst architecture at the time. So AMD felt the 2000+, though only clocked at 1.67GHz, was comparable in performance to a 2000MHz P4. So, to "help" customers compare the competing products, AMD introduced PR rating on the processors.

Socket A was great. Had great fun modding multipliers using a "rear window defogger repair kit" as conductive paint. The bridges were laser cut on the substrate to lock the multipliers, but you could change multiplier by painting the bridges back with with conductive paint, or even use a pencil. You could also cut bridges by shorting them with electricity. I also owned several dual CPU setups, for F@H distributed computing, but used normal CPU's modded into Athlon MP's to save money. Fun times for modders and overclockers :) Hope they do something similar with zen 2. Something that would allow us to unlock CPU cores on our own risk, would be awesome
 
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Socket A was great. Had great fun modding multipliers using a "rear window defogger repair kit" as conductive paint. The bridges were laser cut on the substrate to lock the multipliers, but you could change multiplier by painting the bridges back with with conductive paint, or even use a pencil. You could also cut bridges by shorting them with electricity. I also owned several dual CPU setups, for F@H distributed computing, but used normal CPU's modded into Athlon MP's to save money. Fun times for modders and overclockers :)
Bring back any memories? :)
A7M266-D w/ a pair of 2800+ XP-M's modded to MP. Ram is BH-5. Benched at 2.6. :cool:
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Hope they do something similar with zen 2. Something that would allow us to unlock CPU cores on our own risk, would be awesome
Wouldn't that be great. Some way to unlock cores. Were there is a will there's a way!
 
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First overclock was on an asus board cant remember which model it was as it was limited to dualcore cpu only. Now got an xeon e5450 which i keep beating it up on asus p5q premium managed to get to 4.4ghz on 1.3v vcore on air. As trouble was the board i got the first time i didnt know the history of abuse that the last owner did to it which lead me to have it for another few years battling the issues so i ended up killing the asus p5q premium for good while i had enough of fixing it since it like whack a mole nonstop. Hoping to have it replaced for a asus p5q deluxe as soon as possible. Missing the 4.4ghz buzz
 
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Bring back any memories? :)
A7M266-D w/ a pair of 2800+ XP-M's modded to MP. Ram is BH-5. Benched at 2.6. :cool:
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Comparing the fans set up i had a similar idea in mine as i have 14 fans in the case as new edition of fans i glued together is 2 xbox 360 fans to blow air upward to the to exhaust fans as before it barely moving air. Nice thing about xbox 360 fans as it can move alot of air
 
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2080ti Undervolted Overclock (on a ""cheapo"" non-A 2080ti i got on a deal 280W pwr limit)

- super quiet, rarely if ever power throttles... feels like I won something.

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Stock score is louder, hotter 6300-6400
 
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Mine asus gtx 1050 ti oc expedition got it overclocked to 1932mhz on 1.05v without crashing. As the whole msi afterburner oc graph is kinda new to me gonna try that one of the days soon
 
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Any Socket-A fans?
Yep. I should get a better board to OC the hell out of my Athlon 1GHz AXIA core.

I OC the AMD ATHLON 2000+ from 1.67 (don't know why it was titled 2000+ :slap:)
Performance rating to indicate what would be equivalent Pentium 4's clock speed. IIRC AMD officially said that it indicates how fast Thunderbird that would be, but nah..
 
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At least amd banked in the money faster than a overclocked chicken
 
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Performance rating to indicate what would be equivalent Pentium 4's clock speed. IIRC AMD officially said that it indicates how fast Thunderbird that would be, but nah..
Actually, that was it's performance rating derived from a particular benchmark system AMD used. The comparison to Intel estimation thing was a myth that just won't die. It's funny that people still believe it..
 
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Only way that intel and amd settle the whole bags of lies if one company that makes a specific benchmark that would punish amd and intel than random numbers they make up. As everything is on a bleeding edge of what is possible how much speed or high core count we need
 
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Only way that intel and amd settle the whole bags of lies if one company that makes a specific benchmark that would punish amd and intel than random numbers they make up
And that is why having the variety of third party benchmarks is so important. We get a variety of ways to test performance claims to see if they in fact measure up.
 
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As for some benchmark software is somewhat free but some are fully paid for all the bells and whistles. As score is affected in alot of ways like bloatware in the background. Do you think it would be better for overall raw performance that is bootable from cd or usb that way it properly benched than having windows 10 doing funky things before the run is done
 
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And that is why having the variety of third party benchmarks is so important. We get a variety of ways to test performance claims to see if they in fact measure up.
It would be ironic if intel started naming their processors after the equivalent amount of AMD cores they are.

i9 12+
 
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Guess I'd better get some on mine too.
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Highly recommended. Those classic boards are too cool & valuable not it give them proper VRM cooling love!
Here's a kit I've been buying for the shop to do custom jobs lately.
I take a Dremmel to the small ones and cut them into 4's to fit VRM's and the rough up the bottoms with a sanding block then glue them on with this;
Superglue can work well too.

EDIT;
I've also used these in the past;
Again cutting them into 4's with a Dremmel. They're copper instead of aluminum and cool a bit better, but can cause clearance problems from some CPU heatsinks.
 
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Just got the asus p5q deluxe in the post this morning it pretty clean as well it have revision 1.03g most of the information and pictures will be uploaded to xeon owner club
 
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