|[Web] SWAUG TUTORIAL: Overclocking the BlizzardPPC||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 19-Apr-2004 20:57 GMT by SWAUG SUPPORT||19 comments|
It's been a while, but here is another SWAUG.org.uk Support Tutorial.|
Brian Hoskins of SWAUG has produced a tutorial on overclocking the BlizzardPPC.
If you have soldering skills and wanted to push your Amiga, have a look at this!
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|Comment 1||Anonymous Orc||20-Apr-2004 09:59 GMT|
|Comment 2||Anonymous||20-Apr-2004 10:41 GMT|
|Comment 3||Chain|Q||20-Apr-2004 11:21 GMT|
|Comment 4||Alkis Tsapanidis||Registered user||20-Apr-2004 11:59 GMT|
|Comment 5||delshay||20-Apr-2004 18:02 GMT|
|SWAUG TUTORIAL: Overclocking the BlizzardPPC : Comment 6 of 19||ANN.lu|
|Posted by delshay on 20-Apr-2004 18:13 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (Chain|Q):|
i power my blizzppc direct from power supply ( ie) i disabled the regulater..
ram ( powered direct from power supply )
bvision ( powered direct from power supply )
advantage: less heat,no cd roms,motors,fans,ect in it path ( clean power )
power supply ANTEC TRUEPOWER ( TRUECONTROLL )
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