|When overclocking, if you keep raising your frequency little by little, without raising the voltage, you are bound to hit a wall at some point & it look like you did.|
What version is your AXP 2600+? ... There are three:
1916MHz -- 11.5 x 166MHz -- AXP / Barton core
2083MHz -- 12.5 x 166MHz -- AXP / Tbred core
2133MHz -- 16.0 x 133MHz -- AXP / Tbred core
Back in those days, the Barton core variant was the favorite because of its 512KB L2 cache & because it overclocked better than the other two, especially if you had one from the infamous pre-week 39 (2003) batch. It also would have been nice both of your memory module were PC3200 (DDR400)
What motherboard are you using?
What increment can you raise the voltage? 0.025v; 0.05v ?
What's your frequency at now: 166MHz (333MHz FSB)?
What's your Vcore? The default 1.65v?
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