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Ok, Any difference between xp-m2500 & xp-m2600

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mw    0

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So as i cannot take my xp3200 any higher , does anybody know the differance between an amd xp mobile 2500 & amd mobile 2600 ???

Would they both overclock about the same or is the 2600 much better? Im asking as i can buy a 2500 from the shops still, however ive seen 2600's on eBay...

Again im on a budget but im looking for that never ending quest of 2.5 ghz!

So does anyone want a lovely amd xp3200+ ??? LOL :)

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RaptorFury    0

them suck as mobiles them are 45 watts cpus what u need to look for are 35 watt 2200 1.8 512 barton mobile or a 2400 35 watt 2.0 512 barton mobile 1.35 volts them are the best overclocking cpus in the 462 socket and should easily reach 2.5 but u may not hit it with ur current board stock that is . 1.85 on a mobile will easily get u to 2.4 maybe 2.5 ...

like this Cpu is what u need to look for .

Amd 2400 Xp Mobile barton 35watt

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ID    0

mw your motherboard is still pretty weaksauce, don't expect any miracles with a simple CPU swap!

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mw    0

im working on the motherboard, seen a couple of cheap nf7s...

That will be the last i spend then i promise :lol:

so if i cant get one of those xp2400's are the 2500/2600's acceptable? Much difference between them >>>

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RaptorFury    0

with a better board the 2500/2600 mobiles would be yes . but unless u can find some really cheap amd xp cpus and a cheap nf2 board if it was me i go amd 64 nf3 or via k800 chipset board . both can do 64 bit cpus socket 754 or 939 and has a agp slot on it ...

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Karma Ghost    0
them suck as mobiles them are 45 watts cpus what u need to look for are 35 watt 2200 1.8 512 barton mobile or a 2400 35 watt 2.0 512 barton mobile 1.35 volts them are the best overclocking cpus in the 462 socket and should easily reach 2.5 but u may not hit it with ur current board stock that is . 1.85 on a mobile will easily get u to 2.4 maybe 2.5 ...

like this Cpu is what u need to look for .

Amd 2400 Xp Mobile barton 35watt

I agree! I've got a 35w 2400+ in my main machine and it is marvelous.

(But right now I don't use it for overclocking... just low temps and no noise)

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mw    0

ok ive just come across a mobile 2.4ghz at overclock.co.uk . Its on pre-order however it says that its 1.45volt ? is that a typo - or is it another type of chip?

my pc will still run silent as i have a full pulse width modulation install, what sort of temps would a highly overclocked (on air) xp-m 2400 see on either say a dfi lanparty or nf7 board???

Once i have these components i will not break open my case until i overclock the nuts off it / and or it explodes :twisted:

i thank you 8)

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Guest Mindless Moron   
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all xp mobiles are 1.45 volts, its how they achieve a lower operating temp, most people buy the 2500 mobiles and clock them, but i'd save your money, save a bit longer buy a 3000 venice and an agp 939 mobo.

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RaptorFury    0

ummm mindless mine is a 1.35 volts at 35 watts . i do agree with mindless i would svae up a lil bit more and go a64 . with a 1.45 volt xp mobile cpu at round 1.85 volts u should be round 42 c - 45 c @ 2.442 11x222 . on air with a decent Hsf . i run 2.5 at 1.95 volts on a cm hs and a sunon 50 cfm fan currently i am at 45 c i thro on a tornado full blast i get round 39 - 41 lol .....

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Guest Mindless Moron   
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strange my 2500 is 1.45 and all the ones i see are 1.45 is yours lower than a 2500?

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