At MHz this resulted in a superpi time of roughly seconds at lowest latency’s. My findings about this board: New goal would be to get x3 MHz stable but I recon that is very hard to do without exhautic phase change cooling. Originally Posted by geoffrey. UTJC-8 has a likewise pinout datasheet:
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The 5sm now is Desoldered the LXA and added an external circuit based on a 5A switching power regulator. No software can read the FSB bus speed but it is working for sure. I need to come up with some else.
At MHz this resulted in a superpi time of roughly seconds at lowest latency’s. It ran through superpi stable at 3V but the time was really terrible, nearly doable as slow as compared to competitors on hwbot. Gigabyte Open Overclocking Championship Contact Us – Madshrimps – Top.
Gigabyte GA-5SMM – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 7 – SiS Overview – CNET
Page 1 of 4. Gigabyte Overclocking Qualification Round 1. HR-0 plus performs good but I’m thinking about modifying one of my waterblocks so that it fits on this gigabyte va. Maxmem tweak helped a lot. Modifying this part on the mobo allowed my to alter VCC3 up to 3,7V which made the mobo go up to MHz front side bus.
Gigabyte GA-5SMM – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 7 – SiS530
You must power off the system first, a quick reboot was not enough so it seems. New goal would be to get x3 MHz stable but I recon that is very hard to do without exhautic phase change cooling.
A lot of software tweaking this time, sometimes you get awefull result and then without reason you get a fast superpi run. Gigabyte International Overclocking Tournament.
I need the high FSB speed despiratly as it is the only way to the beat the competition. Unfortunately CPUCool is not working for me.
UTJC-8 has a likewise pinout datasheet: I can get sub ambient temps 5V too, when I back down the cpu speed I can let the system run for several minutes without overheating, passively cooled that is. At this speed the system was terrible slow compared to systems running at MHz and Alladin 5 chipset.
My findings about this board: Set this pin to “1” via a pull-up resistor to disable it, vice versa will enable it.
Can not ta turned of by hardware BIOS. It appears you have not yet registered with our community. This unit allows up to 11,5V, I’m not that crazy so I went up to 4,5V maximum but I did not found the board to become more stable at MHz mode.
What’s going on here? My findings My findings about this board: Last edited by geoffrey: 5smm was also able to match the performance of the GA5-SMM with that of the M, which is nice considering the fact that the Sis is one of the slower chipsets, and it has half amount of L2 cache too.
I allready tweaked the memory latency here. To register please click here Originally Posted by geoffrey.