my V5 is running a k62+ 450 at 400mhz. i have a tenmax on the cpu, and another 5V fan purchased from http://store.yahoo.com/a-p/40mm5vdcfan.html blowing air in at the ramdoor opening. With 2 fans i can run at 450mhz reliably if i don't go crazy on simulataneous operations. If i stream live audio and have a few more applications running at the same time, eventually it will blank out when the temperature reach higher than 130F. When the multiplier is set to anything above 4.5 it doesn't boot sometimes, when it does boot it will blank out shortly. I have not play with the FSB setting yet(but the dip switch has been installed). Do you think by setting the FSB above 100 will solve this problem? If you have been able to run yours at 550mhz or 600mhz reliably please let me know how you do it.http://home.attbi.com/~kenzhao8/index.html
RE:unstable above 450mhz, What do I need to get 600mhz? (modified 0 times)
Try using 12V fans and powering them with a second power supply. A variable power supply is best. At 600mhz the tennmax fan is inadequate. To get to 6oomhz on my first machine, I used a full size heatsink and a 12V fan. The variable supply is to find the right V setting that allows you to run higher but with lower noise. Search for my thread describing in detail how I did it. Use the search function and fill the blank with "Ragnar".
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