PC Hardware Tuning & Acceleration

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PC Hardware Tuning & Acceleration

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: From the Industrial Era to the          1  (6)
Information Age
Chapter 2: Philosophy of Hardware Overclocking 7 (12)
Solving the Problem of Limited Resources 8 (1)
Evolution of Technologies and Components 9 (6)
Last Resort for Performance Improvement 15 (1)
Concepts, Principles, and Stages of 16 (3)
Overclocking
Chapter 3: Moderate and Extreme Overclocking 19 (36)
Modes
Growth Problems and Hidden Reserves 21 (9)
Moderate Overclocking of Processors 30 (8)
Extreme Overclocking of Processors 38 (17)
Extreme Overclocking of Intel Processors 39 (9)
Extreme Overclocking of AMD Processors 48 (7)
Chapter 4: Main Components and the Optimal 55 (64)
Choice
Processors 55 (27)
Intel Pentium III/Celeron (Coppermine) 55 (6)
Intel Pentium III/Celeron (Tualatin) 61 (3)
Intel Pentium 4/Celeron (Willamette, 64 (7)
Northwood)
AMD Athlon/Duron (Thunderbird/Spitfire) 71 (5)
AMD Athlon XP/Duron (Palomino/Morgan) 76 (1)
AMD Athlon XP (Thoroughbred, Barton) 77 (4)
VIA C3 81 (1)
Random Access Memory 82 (6)
Bandwidth 82 (1)
SDRAM Modules 82 (2)
Direct RDRAM Modules 84 (2)
DDR SDRAM 86 (2)
Motherboards 88 (21)
Popular Chipsets 89 (12)
Popular Motherboards 101(8)
Video Adapters 109(1)
Hard Disks 110(1)
Power Supply Units 111(8)
Specific Features of Power Supply Units 111(2)
Examples of Power Supply Units 113(6)
Chapter 5: BIOS as Additional Performance 119(10)
Reserve
Upgrading BIOS 121(2)
BIOS and Computer Performance 123(6)
Testing the Abit BE6-II Motherboard 124(2)
Testing the Abit IT7-MAX2 v2.0 Motherboard 126(3)
Chapter 6: Computer Hardware Monitoring 129(34)
Hardware-Monitoring Facilities 130(10)
Software-Monitoring Tools 140(23)
Chapter 7: Stages of PC Overclocking and Testing 163(18)
Step-by-Step Use of BIOS Setup 163(2)
Step-by-Step Use of Jumpers 165(2)
Testing 167(14)
Chapter 8: Approaches to Processor Overclocking 181(44)
Increasing the FSB Frequency 181(5)
Changing the Multiplier 186(6)
Using Both Methods 192(1)
Hardware Correction of Parameters 193(12)
Influence of Temperature on Pentium 4 205(20)
Performance
Thermal Monitor and Thermal Control Circuit 206(3)
Testing the Temperature Control Facilities 209(8)
Investigating Earlier Pentium 4 Models 217(8)
Chapter 9: Software Tools for Cooling 225(8)
Working Principles of Software Coolers 225(1)
Examples of Software Coolers 226(7)
Testing CpuIdle 228(5)
Chapter 10: Choosing Cooling Devices and 233(32)
Parameters
Heatsinks and Fans 234(5)
Cooling Processors 239(20)
Coolers for Socket 478 Processors 241(10)
Coolers for Socket A Processors 251(8)
Cooling Motherboards 259(1)
Cooling Video Adapters 260(2)
Cooling Hard Disks 262(2)
Ventilation within the Case 264(1)
Chapter 11: Problems with Using Thermoelectric 265(24)
Elements
Peltier Modules 266(23)
Features of Operation 275(8)
Examples of Peltier Coolers 283(6)
Chapter 12: Overclocking and Fine-Tuning RAM 289(12)
Performance of a System with DDR266 290(6)
Default Settings 291(1)
Bank Interleave 292(1)
DRAM Command Rate 293(1)
Column Address Strobe (CAS) Latency 293(1)
Trp, Tras, and Trcd 294(2)
Performance of a System with DDR333 296(5)
Chapter 13: Video Subsystem Overclocking 301(20)
Working with the Bus 301(5)
Configuration of the Test System 304(2)
Video Processor and Video Memory Overclocking 306(7)
Configuration of the Test System 310(2)
Configuration of Another Test System 312(1)
New Driver, New Functionality 313(8)
Chapter 14: Hardware Acceleration of Video 321(46)
Adapters
Modifying and Overclocking GeForce3 321(12)
Modifying VisionTek GeForce3 322(6)
Modifying Asus V8200 328(3)
Overclocking and Testing 331(2)
Conclusion 333(1)
Modifying and Overclocking GeForce3 333(13)
Ti500/Ti200
Increasing Supply Voltages 333(4)
Increasing the Video-Memory Supply Voltage 337(1)
Increasing the Video-Core Supply Voltage 338(1)
Asus V8200 T2/T5 Adapter 339(5)
Overclocking and Testing 344(2)
Conclusion 346(1)
Modifying and Overclocking GeForce4 Ti4400 346(9)
Raising the Video-Core and Video-Memory 347(4)
Supply Voltages
Improving the Cooling System 351(2)
Overclocking and Testing 353(2)
Conclusion 355(1)
Modifying and Overclocking GeForce4 Ti4600 355(7)
Modifying the Adapter 356(1)
Increasing the Voltage and Extreme 357(3)
Overclocking
Overclocking and Testing 360(1)
Conclusion 361(1)
Turning ATT Radeon 9500 into 9700 362(3)
Notes on Modifying and Testing Video Adapters 365(2)
Chapter 15: Technology and Problems of 367(12)
Overclocking IDE Drives
Overclocking Hard Disks 367(5)
Overclocking Optical Drives 372(7)
Chapter 16: Overclocking To Achieve Processor 379(6)
and Motherboard Compatibility
Configuration of the Test System 380(5)
Chapter 17: Solving Problems by 385(18)
Anti-Overclock g
Ensuring Software Compatibility 385(2)
Decreasing Power Consumption 387(2)
Reducing the Noise Level 389(14)
Theoretical Background 390(2)
Noise Sources in Computers 392(1)
Controlling Fans 392(11)
Chapter 18: Examples and Analysis of PC 403(84)
Overclocking
Overclocking Computers with Intel Pentium II 405(5)
Computer with Pentium II 300 MHz 405(4)
Computer with Pentium II 333 MHz 409(1)
Overclocking Computers with Intel Pentium III 410(13)
(Coppermine)
Computer with Pentium III 500E 411(3)
Computer with Pentium III 550E 414(5)
Computer with Pentium III 700E 419(2)
Computer with Pentium III 800EB 421(2)
Overclocking Computers with Intel Celeron 423(4)
(Coppermine)
Computer with Celeron 533 MHz 423(3)
Computer with Celeron 600 MHz 426(1)
Overclocking Computers with Intel Pentium III 427(3)
(Tualatin)
Computer with Pentium III 1.13 GHz 428(2)
Overclocking Computers with Intel Celeron 430(5)
(Tualatin)
Computer with Celeron 1.3 GHz 430(2)
Computer with Celeron 1.3 GHz (Hardware 432(3)
Acceleration)
Overclocking Computers with Intel Pentium 4 435(6)
(Willamette)
Computer with Pentium 41.5 GHz 436(3)
Computer with Pentium 41.7 GHz 439(2)
Overclocking Computers with Intel Pentium 4 441(6)
(Northwood)
Computer with Pentium 4 2.2 GHz 441(3)
Computer with Pentium 4 3.0 GHz 444(3)
Overclocking Computers with Intel Celeron 447(4)
(Northwood)
Computer with Celeron 2.0 GHz 447(4)
Overclocking Computers with AMD Athlon 451(8)
(Thunderbird)
Computer with Athlon 700 451(8)
Overclocking Computers with AMD Duron 459(19)
(Thunderbird)
Computer with Duron 650 459(2)
Computer with Duron 600 461(17)
Overclocking Computers with AMD Athlon XP 478(5)
Computer with Athlon XP 1500+ (Palomino) 478(3)
Computer with Athlon XP 2200+ (Thoroughbred) 481(2)
Overclocking Computers with VIA C3 483(4)
Computer with VIA C3 800 MHz 484(3)
Chapter 19: Recommended Web Sites 487(4)
Optimization and Overclocking 487(1)
Cooling Methods and Facilities 488(1)
Technical Characteristics of Components 488(3)
Processors and Chipsets 488(1)
Motherboards 4゚S
Video Adapters and Video Chipsets 489(1)
Hard Disks 489(2)
Index 491