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Reply 80 of 113, by The Serpent Rider

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1) Not on air or typical water cooling
2) 2.0v and above = not safe to use.
3) Celerons are easier to overclock (less cache)
4) Need a bunch of those to test with decent amount of luck

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Reply 81 of 113, by Stryker1996

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The Serpent Rider wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:22:

1) Not on air or typical water cooling
2) 2.0v and above = not safe to use.
3) Celerons are easier to overclock (less cache)

What's the best I can get to with standard air cooling

Reply 85 of 113, by The Serpent Rider

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815 is redundant, to my taste - no ISA and 512 Mb RAM limit. Might as well pick Athlon XP or Pentium 4 on SIS chipset. If you only want to crunch dem numbers on PIII - sure thing, it's an excellent platform which can achieve 200+ Mhz FSB on few chosen boards.

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Reply 86 of 113, by Stryker1996

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The Serpent Rider wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:46:

815 is redundant to my taste - no ISA and 512 Mb RAM limit. Might as well pick Athlon XP or Pentium 4 on SIS chipset.

So will via be good for overclocking and still have isa, and I thought 512 mb of ram was the limit for 98

Reply 87 of 113, by chrismeyer6

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98 can see more than 512 but it becomes unstable without the Rlowe patch. The i815 chipset has a hard limit of 512mb that it can address Intel crippled that chipset. A Via chipset will be good for overclocking and have a higher ram limit of 1-2 gigs. One if the Tualy via DDR boards would be nice but they tend to be rare.

Reply 88 of 113, by kitten.may.cry

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Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:48:
The Serpent Rider wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:46:

815 is redundant to my taste - no ISA and 512 Mb RAM limit. Might as well pick Athlon XP or Pentium 4 on SIS chipset.

So will via be good for overclocking and still have isa, and I thought 512 mb of ram was the limit for 98

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Reply 89 of 113, by Stryker1996

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kitten.may.cry wrote on 2022-06-15, 16:03:
Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:48:
The Serpent Rider wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:46:

815 is redundant to my taste - no ISA and 512 Mb RAM limit. Might as well pick Athlon XP or Pentium 4 on SIS chipset.

So will via be good for overclocking and still have isa, and I thought 512 mb of ram was the limit for 98

694T is kicking all kinds of butt, amen.

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Reply 93 of 113, by chrismeyer6

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Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-15, 16:39:
The Serpent Rider wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:32:

~1.8 Ghz, if you're lucky.

Would water cooling make a difference

It wouldn't hurt as water-cooling can more efficiently remove the heat from the CPU.

Reply 94 of 113, by Stryker1996

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chrismeyer6 wrote on 2022-06-15, 18:21:
Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-15, 16:39:
The Serpent Rider wrote on 2022-06-15, 15:32:

~1.8 Ghz, if you're lucky.

Would water cooling make a difference

It wouldn't hurt as water-cooling can more efficiently remove the heat from the CPU.

Where would I find water cooling for socket 370?

Reply 95 of 113, by chrismeyer6

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Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-16, 00:19:
chrismeyer6 wrote on 2022-06-15, 18:21:
Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-15, 16:39:

Would water cooling make a difference

It wouldn't hurt as water-cooling can more efficiently remove the heat from the CPU.

Where would I find water cooling for socket 370?

Probably eBay for old socket A/370 water blocks or you'll have to make your own.

Reply 96 of 113, by Sphere478

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chrismeyer6 wrote on 2022-06-16, 00:21:
Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-16, 00:19:
chrismeyer6 wrote on 2022-06-15, 18:21:

It wouldn't hurt as water-cooling can more efficiently remove the heat from the CPU.

Where would I find water cooling for socket 370?

Probably eBay for old socket A/370 water blocks or you'll have to make your own.

Socket A heatsinks/blocks also could be considered.

Socket 5, 7, ss7, 370, and A all used similar attachments

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Reply 97 of 113, by Peter.Mengel

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Sphere478 wrote on 2022-06-13, 03:13:

I mean, someone actually did make a hug card with like 32 chips on it. I just dono if it really works.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3WsZbSLdZQw

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_3iHV0NvLPI

First Link is a ALL in ONE GPU...most of the stuff is RAM...and Second one is most Fans so you cant see the chip.
But you can buy a Voodoo 4/5 Chip on Ebay for 25$ each or for 450$ you get 24

Reply 98 of 113, by chrismeyer6

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Sphere478 wrote on 2022-06-16, 01:06:
chrismeyer6 wrote on 2022-06-16, 00:21:
Stryker1996 wrote on 2022-06-16, 00:19:

Where would I find water cooling for socket 370?

Probably eBay for old socket A/370 water blocks or you'll have to make your own.

Socket A heatsinks/blocks also could be considered.

Socket 5, 7, ss7, 370, and A all used similar attachments

If he's looking to water cool his cpu I don't know if there would be any water blocks for socket 7 or lower even though they all share the same basic shape and mounting system. That's why I pointing him towards socket A and 370 blocks as they both are pretty much interchangeable.

Reply 99 of 113, by Stryker1996

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chrismeyer6 wrote on 2022-06-16, 16:54:
Sphere478 wrote on 2022-06-16, 01:06:
chrismeyer6 wrote on 2022-06-16, 00:21:

Probably eBay for old socket A/370 water blocks or you'll have to make your own.

Socket A heatsinks/blocks also could be considered.

Socket 5, 7, ss7, 370, and A all used similar attachments

If he's looking to water cool his cpu I don't know if there would be any water blocks for socket 7 or lower even though they all share the same basic shape and mounting system. That's why I pointing him towards socket A and 370 blocks as they both are pretty much interchangeable.

There isn't that much reason to water cool a lower socket if your not gonna overclock it