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    Jimc

    If it's only running at 2/3rd's that would still rock.

    Wait...wait...wait...wait...wait....


    Check message board(s)..


    Wait....wait...wait....wait....


    Check message board(s) again......


    Wait .....wait....wait......


    Thanks,

    GLT

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimC
    I didn't think it was possible either, and I'm still not sure it's really running at the stated speed - the processor may just be reporting that it is. I'll try running the Intel utility when I get home today. Any other good programs for benchmarks?
    Intel says its "Processor Frequency ID Utility" runs a benchmark to determine approx. frequency. Therefore, running that utility may actually be sufficient for determining FSB speed. Intel provides a bootable version of the utility, so you can bypass XP to run it.

    Also try running CPUBench and/or more of the tools here:
    http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/13/6/13-6-8.shtml

    Hot CPU Tester Pro 4.1
    System health and stability tester. With unique DefecTech technology

    Web Essence 2.3
    Benchmarks/Compares Web Server performance for static/dynamic workloads

    PC Mark 2002
    Consumers and business users with a unified benchmarking tool

    3DMark03 Build 340
    3DMark03, provides state-of-the-art DirectX 9 (and 8) benchmark

    SYSmark2002

    AquaMark 3
    Allows PC users to easily measure and compare the performance of their current and next-generation PC systems

    AMD N-Bench 2
    Some kind of 3D mark but made it by AMD

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    I always used WCPUID by H-Oda. Very accurate. www.h-oda.com
    WCPUID is the program that displays the CPU information of your personal computer.
    Shows Frequency, Multiplier, Chipset Info. etc ...

    If you run a Tulatin core in your old coppermine board, the voltage should be different.

    I have a Asus CUSL2 Black Pearl Motherboard that is running a Tulatin 1.0Ghz Celeron III at 1.333Ghz.
    I had to short a couple of pins with a small thin wire to bring the voltage down to a safe level. And it has been working fine for 2 years now.
    My other Intel 815chipset board the Abit SAR6 I had a while back did not accept this mod. I think the newer Asus modded bios has something to do with it.

    I think you may be at the speed, but your voltage may be very high...the CPU may not last long at a high voltage.
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    Some links...

    From Zenmaster's post:

    Intel ID

    http://www.intel.com/support/process...s/frequencyid/

    HOT CPU Tester

    The "lite" version is apparently free. (I got a giggle out of: Freeware, $19.95)

    http://www.7byte.com/index.php?page=download

    PC Mark (Geek it until it MHZ- more funnys)

    http://www.majorgeeks.com/download1036.html


    Thats about it, I agree w/ Leslie on CPUID.

    Isn't the powerleap's claim to fame is that their adapters control the voltage and DON'T rely on the MOBO? Isn't there a seperate power connector for this? Is so where do you hook it up on the Kiosk? - Just my ever fading memory.

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    Memory is here and works!! 512MB Now ! $84.98 including EXPRESS shipping!! Ordered Friday.

    Emailing vendor now for approval to post his address. Will post either way.

    GLT

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    O, he used the powerleap.

    Oops, I just plugged my Tulatin into my coppermine mobo, thats why...NM the above...
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    Not being out of school but...

    "I appreciate your offer to tell others about my auction; I would prefer to not get any more exposure than what eBay gives to me."

    Don't get that, but I am VERY happy with what he provided.

    So - go to ebay and search on "PC100 256MB 16x8". I'm not saying anything you don't know.

    As JimC knows - I think the 16X8 part is important.

    Sorry I can't be more help.

    GLT

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    Quote Originally Posted by glt
    "I appreciate your offer to tell others about my auction; I would prefer to not get any more exposure than what eBay gives to me."
    Somebody needs some basic education in business. Wow! He must be independantly wealthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenmaster
    It is not running at that 1.4GHz speed without the PLL change.
    I disagree, it is fully possible. Many (most?) motherboards actually switch FSB automatically and transparently when you plug in a compatible CPU. The unsucessful previous attempts very early in this thread were likely incompatible for other reasons, most likely voltage or multiplier (multiplier is fixed on all modern CPUs, but must match an available option on the MB.) I don't own a system that I haven't tried to overclock (except the one in my car) and this turn of events doesn't really surprise me at all

    We should have tried the Powerleap before attempting to get tricky, I actually assumed that someone did.

    I'm looking forward to further confirmation, it still could be a mis-reporting of the FSB, but I will not be shocked if it isn't.

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    Results!!

    Quote Originally Posted by LESLIEx317537
    O, he used the powerleap.
    Just for you guys, I ran home at lunchtime.
    Intel Utility:
    Intel(R) Processor Frequency ID Utility
    Version: 6.5.20040203
    Time Stamp: 2004/03/22 16:58:39
    Number of processors in system: 1
    Current processor: #1
    Processor Name: Intel(R) Celeron(R) Processor
    Type: 0
    Family: 6
    Model: B
    Stepping: 4
    Revision: 0
    L1 Instruction Cache: 16 KB
    L1 Data Cache: 16 KB
    L2 Cache: 256 KB
    Packaging: FC-PGA
    MMX(TM): Yes
    SIMD: Yes
    SIMD2: No
    SIMD3: No
    NetBurst(TM) Microarchitecture: No
    Expected Processor Frequency: 1.40 GHz
    Reported Processor Frequency: 1.40 GHz
    Expected System Bus Frequency: 100 MHz
    Reported System Bus Frequency: 100 MHz
    ************************************************** ***********


    WCPUID:
    [ WCPUID Version 3.1a (c) 1996-2002 By H.Oda! ]

    Processor #1 : Intel Celeron / D0C3EC99
    Platform : Socket370 (PGA370 Socket)
    Vendor String : GenuineIntel
    CPU Type : Original OEM Processor (0)
    Family : 6 (-)
    Model : 11 (-)
    Stepping ID : 4 (-)
    Brand : 1
    APIC : ----
    HT Log.CPU Cnt : ----
    Name String : ----

    Internal Clock : 1393.71 MHz
    System Bus : 99.55 MHz
    System Clock : 99.55 MHz
    Multiplier : 14.0

    L1 I-Cache : 16K Byte
    L1 D-Cache : 16K Byte
    L1 T-Cache : ----
    L1 Cache : ----
    L2 Cache : 256K Byte
    L2 Speed : 1393.71 MHz (Full)

    MMX Unit : Supported
    SSE Unit : Supported
    SSE2 Unit : Not Supported
    MMX2 Unit : Not Supported
    3DNow! Unit : Not Supported
    3DNow!+ Unit : Not Supported

    Host Bridge : 8086:7190.03 [Intel 440BX/440ZX/440DX]
    IDE Controller : 8086:7111.01 [Intel 82371AB/EB/MB (PIIX4)]
    VGA Device : 102C:00C0.64
    Memory Size : 256M Byte
    Memory Clock : ----

    OS Version : Windows XP Version 5.01.2600 Service Pack 1
    -------------- : -----------------------------------
    StdFunc 0 : 00000002 756E6547 6C65746E 49656E69
    StdFunc 1 : 000006B4 00000001 00000000 0383F9FF
    StdFunc 2 : 03020101 00000000 00000000 0C040882
    00000017h : 84300000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    0000001Bh : 00000000 FEE00100 00000000 00000000
    0000002Ah : 00000000 CF080000 00000000 00000000
    00000119h : 00000000 9E9DB4B7 00000000 00000000
    0000011Eh : 00000000 007427E3 00000000 00000000

    ##--- Date 03/22/2004, Time 12:05:21

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