[mythtv-users] mATX mobo best for undervolting?

Piers Kittel mythtv at biased.org
Wed Oct 13 15:12:57 UTC 2004

Does the XP-M not have multipiler locking like this website claims:

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatalog/AMD_Athlon_XP__Mobile_.html ?

That board actually looks very decent especially that it has NForce2 
chipset and DualDDR and I quite like that one, but 1.3v seems a bit high 
doesn't it?  I think someone suggested a Soltek board in an unrelated 
discussion that does 1.1v or thereabouts?

Thanks again!

Cheers - Piers

Anthony Vito wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 14:53:43 +0100, Piers Kittel <mythtv at biased.org> wrote:
>>Hello all again,
>>Anyone recommend a decent mATX best for undervolting a XP-M processor?
> You have to worry about more then undervolting. It's been discussed
> before. The XP-M does not have a multiplier, so if the mainboard does
> not support multiplier settings the processor will run at the lowest
> multipler possible, like an 6x or something. Of course, a mainboard
> supporting undervolting will very likely support multipler settings,
> but you want to make sure. The Biostar m7ncg 400 is what I have. It
> supports undervolting to 1.3 volts I believe. I bought it to go the
> other way. I have a XP-M 2800 overclocked and got HDTV running smooth
> smooth :)
>  I think there is also a chaintech uATX board that supports voltage
> and multipler.... some else?
>>Thanks very much for your help in advance!
> no problem.

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