[mythtv-users] mATX mobo best for undervolting?
rbsteffes at gmail.com
Thu Oct 14 17:29:40 UTC 2004
On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 09:03:38 -0700, Yan-Fa Li <yanfali at best.com> wrote:
> XP-Ms are not clock locked within a certain range. They only have a
> maximum lock. For example an XP-M 2500 would probably have a maximum
> lock at around 13.5. Anything under that is fair game for a multiplier
> if your MB supports it. This is in contrast to newer XPs which are
> completely clocked locked, and you can only adjust the FSB speed.
> The biggest issue with XP-Ms is does your motherboard support
> Multipliers. Also XP-Ms require less voltage, and the motherboard may
> actually supply too much juice; since XP-Ms are actually cherry picked
> XPs they should run fine however. If your board doesn't support
> multipliers in the bios you can do workarounds, but they have a certain
> amount of risk:
> Piers Kittel wrote:
> > 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:
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It should be noted however, that the odds of you finding a mobo that
has good undervolting support and bad clocksetting support is very
slim. The other way around is very common. Personally, I'm a big fan
of my SOLTEK 75MIV2-L even though I had to order it from Canada. It's
got a lot of control open in the bios for clock speeds, voltage, and
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