Discussion in 'Mac' started by 0111000001100100, Dec 14, 2001.
Anybody ever try it, i gonna do it, just need to build up my nervs alittle.
careful of heat. that's gonna be the main concern.
and ocing an iMac usually involves point soldering.
i tried it on my 900 that i have right now. i got it to 1000 mhz but it because quite unstable. (no zxcvbnm and grizzly, i didn't not burn it up!)
which iMac revision are you doing this to?
The blue and white g3s were the only easily overclockable macintosh.
Dont overclock a slot loading iMac.
Damn, now we don't have anything to tease you about! =D
I like my Duron 750. It goes up to 933 with no voltage adjustment, and hits 1000 stable with an extra .05 volts.
eww! don't mess with voltage! = bad!
Who cares? It's a Duron! I can buy a new one for $40. Besides, as long as you don't crank it up too much, you can squeeze the extra MHz out of you cpu without frying it, and even if you do, well, see above. =D
Small voltage increments are okay but don't push it too much or else BZZZZT
I have an old DV 400, and no soddering required. You just adjust the set of Resisters. In theory you can get it up to 1 ghz....scarry thought
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