Subject: Re: AXPci33 at 200Mhz [WAS:Re: Trouble booting on Multia]
To: Stan Pietkiewicz <email@example.com>
From: nm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/23/1998 01:22:22
At 01:06 AM 4/23/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Wilko Bulte wrote:
>> > woowoo, i love my axppci33 (166) here... as a boon it
>> > runs great at 200mhz as well... not that this is really much added
>> > speed...
>> Indeed, works great at 200Mc here. Did not want to do 233 though ;-)
>Now I'm curious: what jumper combination did you use to get 200Mhz? The
>manual shows 166Mhz and 233Mhz, but 200 is conspicous by its absence....
jumper for the axppci33 or the multia/udb?
they are different main boards...
for the axppci33 here are the jumper settings for cpu speed:
Frequency Pin 1-2 Pin 3-4 Pin 5-6
--------- ------- ------- -------
66 out out out
100 out out in
133 out in out
166 out in in
200 in out out
233 in out in
266 in in out
300 in in in
be ware what you call Pin 1-2, your motherboard
orientation may be misleading
>> > btw, dont overclock unless you are willing to accept the
>> > consequences!
>> Hm, who cares.
>I gather a fan on the alpha heat sink would help????
in my opinion it would, but even if you could keep the
cpu optimally cool it doesnt mean that a 166mhz cpu would
run at 300mhz