Reply 60 of 65, by Montgomery
I may be lucky then. I got it up and running at 120Mhz only needed to decrease the RAM timing to Fast (instead of Fastest). What are you suggestions feipoa on the longevity of this setup? I believe the chip is running at 3.3/3.45 or at the most 3.6V (I don't know exactly because of the missing motherboard manual) with a standard heatsink and fan (currently without thermal compound). Would it be OK to use it for an extended period of time with these settings? It performs quite well anyway, 3DBench gives me exactly 100 points (or cannot display more) and Speedsys shows these results.
Thanks debs3759 but the battery seemed to be functional (it stored 4.1V fully charged and held the CMOS data) the problem is it caused some issues with the clock so it had to go. It might be a faulty one though so I will experiment first with external battery and then maybe add a new internal one.