The single 7447a's were always great overclockers. Only a few went to 2 gigs, I once heard of a guy that got 2.13 gigs to boot but eventually lock up. Still that should make your Quicksilver a handsome machine and really extend it's life.
Very nice, If you dont mind me asking.. what did you pay for the card? My cube is wasting away running Linux happily with its G4 450MHz. I'd like to put a M-ITX mobo and a Dual Core CPU in there but its getting round to it.
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 @ 4.5Ghz 457x9.5 @ 1.45v (D-Tek FuZion™ v2) DFI LT-X48-T2R (MIPS MCH1033 + MIPS MCH1149) OCZ DDR2 Reaper PC2-8500 (2x2GB) (Antec SpotCool Fan) Nvidia BFG 9800GTX OC 512MB 830/1240 (Thermalright T-Rad² 2 x Noctua NF-B9 92mm) Mac Pro Case ATX (3 x Noctua NF-S12 120mm) ThermoChill PA120.3 ( 3 x Noctua NF-P12 120mm) Corsair TX 850W ATX SLI PSU
Oh, i know OWC I thought that P.logix is available somewhere in EU for 200 Euro. Changing FSB in Cube and other FSB 100 based macs gives an additional boost to memory related processes, i have done it before in Sawtooth and Gigabit - it's very simple.
Thx 4 the info. regards black
Last Edit: May 10, 2009 13:48:41 GMT by blacksheep