Nice one! The single procs overclock nicely and if they are stable and you did not have to up the voltage should not run too hot. You may even get 1.8 out of it, but it may call for a voltage increase. Even so there is nothing like getting something for nothing!!!
I take it that's a single cpu unit? You might be able to get 2 ghz out of it. I remember seeing some time back that those 47A chips were 1.6 ghz base and could be slightly overclocked.
Yes, i know where i saw them. Powerlogix uses those same chips. I'll attach a single chip running at 1.6 and a dual chip running at 1.8. Then from there, you can see for yourself. (also remember that this is powerlogix and not newertech)
Yes is very similar to the single cpu..so if you look on the swiches of the 1,6, the actual config is 1-2-4 pin ON...and according to my cpu table, that is 2,4Ghz...but on the dual cpu 4-5 ON = 1,8ghz , that is the same config according to my cpu table. Anyway as Aquamac said, maybe at 2.0ghz it may call for a voltage increase.
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