Reply 120 of 121, by Limpem
Señor Ventura wrote on 2021-07-13, 19:14:KSHIRZA1 wrote on 2021-07-13, 10:15:
This is the reason I went with the overdrive cpu. 200 mmx no problem and easy install without fiddling around. Switch 66.6 fsb v […]Señor Ventura wrote on 2021-07-12, 19:46:
My aptiva doesn't let me upgrade teh cpu until 200mhz MMX, only at 200mhz, without MMX.
I imagine it depends of the number of the build, right?, Where must i search to find the build of mine pc?.
This is the reason I went with the overdrive cpu. 200 mmx no problem and easy install without fiddling around. Switch 66.6 fsb via jumpers.
This was my info source and it lists machine types:
Ah, yeah, i alreadyremember where the problem was: my motherboard doesn't have the jumper to modify the voltage.
By the way, What solution did you choose for the heatsink?, i'm thinking about an 8x8x5cm copper one, but i can't find one... ^^u
I used a startech fanp1003ld for my normal 233 MMX (You can still buy them new very easily).
They are a little large, but they cool very good for socket 7.
As KSHIRZA1 pointed out, the overdrive comes with it's own fan and heatsink.
Changing the voltage on the motherboard isn't a jumper setting, you actually need to change a component.
If you can send the partnumber of your motherboard, we can lookup what options are available for your system, but an overdrive will almost always work if you can get one.