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Overclocking the 1.4GHz Athlon AYHJAR - FrostyTech.com Overclocking the 1.4GHz Athlon AYHJAR
Thu Sep 06, 2001 | 2:18A| PermaLink
"Yes, I've learned my lesson, NO MORE SHIM'S for me! I've also decided to retire my old Global Win FOP-38 (with the terrible clip) and replaced it with Thermaltake's Dragon Orb 3. It's more of a sidegrade then an upgrade since the Dragon Orb isn't much better in terms of cooling but it's got a much more "user friendly" clip and a copper base. My old 1.4 GHz chip topped out at around 1.65 GHz, which wasn't really too bad, I was rather disappointed that it didn't hit 1.7 GHz. Well, actually, I wanted 1725. Is that too much to ask? A meesly 325 MHz overclock? After all, being spoiled with my old 1 GHz T-Bird that would do 1.5, I guess it inflated my expectations a little bit. Anyway, back to the present, I was brimming with new found hope, but unfortunately this chip let me down too. AYHJAR with 3rd line Y, and the highest I could get was 1620 MHz!!! What's with all the rumors going around that the AYHJAR's doing 1.7-1.8 GHz? Was I doing something wrong? Up'ed the Vcore to 1.85, using a Swiftech MC462-A with my idling temps around 34 and full load at around 41, what's going on?"
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