Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] CPU clock - Coppermining
From: Ryan Underwood (nemesis-lists_AT_icequake.net)
Date: Tue Jul 27 2004 - 01:00:32 EEST
On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 04:15:04PM +0100, tim hall wrote:
> > Oops. They could be referring to a PIII Coppermine, you know...
> It's listed under the heading of Intel Pentium II - Is this different from
> what I have?
Well, it's a PII (P6) architecture, but that's about the only similarity
to your chip. The package is different, the core voltage is different,
your chip has SSE instructions, less cache but running at full core
> I have to admit to have been very trusting of the set-up,
> naively as it had been set up by the local computer shop. Perhaps they did
> know what they were doing after all and decided to leave it set to defaults
> and give it away rather than bothering trying to resell it :-] I'm confused.
I worked at a place where they sold overclocked machines regularly.
They saw nothing wrong with it as long as the machine seemed stable and
they didn't falsely advertise the speed of the CPU. I disagreed with
this approach, but I have to admit I saw fewer problems than I would
have thought otherwise.
> > 1:1 CPU<->AGP ratio? That's not going to work well at 100MHZ FSB.
> It's what the manual recommends and it seems happy enough so far.
Some video cards tolerate it, some don't. You probably got lucky...
-- Ryan Underwood, <nemesis_AT_icequake.net>
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