Sysop Solutions heeft weer een errug kewl artikeltje over vloeistofkoeling in elkaar geschroefd. Zie dit toffe plaatje:
Dankzij een combinatie van peltiers en waterkoeling kan een PIII-450 richting de 621Mhz gebracht worden:
Well the overclocking results we achieved with the PIII in our testing were very impressive. We started by rebooting the system, entering the BIOS and increasing Vcore to 2.5V DC, after a few other misc. checks in the BIOS we rebooted the system and fired up SoftFSB, a program designed to adjust FSB settings from within the OS. Throwing all caution to the wind we moved the FSB up to 138MHz. This translates to 621MHz on our PIII 450. Everything seemed very stable. We ran some tests with Sisoft Sandra and recieved positive results.
We tried advancing the 450MHz processor to the next setting of 143MHz FSB (643MHz) and although it ran reasonably well when there were no applications loaded, it was not stable with Quake II or Sisoft Sandra. This was somewhat disappointing given that we were expecting to see somewhat higher frequencies with our 133Mhz RAM stick supplied by Bigfoot Computers. We now have to consider whether or not our CPU, or some other hardware device we used for the tests, was just not capable of handling the 143MHz FSB. (We know heat was not an issue here as we were able to keep the CPU temperatures consistently bellow 0 C under load). Maybe it is time to get a processor with a higher multiplier clock. This should make getting higher MHz somewhat easier whiles keeping the FSB low enough for other hardware peripherals to handle. Stay alert peeps, looks like there will be a Part III to this article coming shortly!
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