Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1997:February:10 Monday
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
1997/2/10-3/13 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA] UID:32058 Activity:nil
1/31    As per the minutes of the 1/31 politburo meeting, a draft copy
        of the CSUA constitution with various changes is available for your
        reading pleasure in /usr/local/csua/Constitution.
1997/2/10 [Uncategorized] UID:32059 Activity:nil
2/10    Anybody know where to get either an English subtitled or Chinese
        version of the Japanese TV drama "Tokyo Love Story"?
1997/2/10 [Computer/SW/OS/Windows] UID:32060 Activity:nil
2/9     Where can I get a good and FREE multi-booter for Win95, Linux (no
        sucky LILO pleez!), and an experimental partition for NT?   -kchang
         \_ try OSBS @ Dunno if it supports NT,
     but is real cool.            -sagarwal
            \_ is better
          \_ as long as it's not the one from Pat Boone

        \_ The boot manager that comes with OS/2 is really cool.  The only
        problem is that you have to install it first.  (No, you don't actually
        need to run OS/2 to use the boot manager).
        \_ What's wrong with LILO? Works fine for me.
           \_ stop removing kchang insults
1997/2/10 [Computer/HW/CPU] UID:32061 Activity:nil
2/10    Has anyone ever tried rejumpering a Pentium 75Mhz to 100Mhz?
        I've tried rejumpering it to 90Mhz and it works great.  Will
        raising it to 100Mhz fry the cpu?
        \_ Can you overdrive a 100Mhz as well?
        \_ No.  _ALL_ Pentiums are actually the _SAME_ chip!!!1!!
           It's just an Intel/Microsoft/government conspiracy to defraud
           the consumer by fooling them into thinking otherwise.
           D0N"T B3 F00L3D!!!1!!!!!
         \_ Bzzzzt.  The "Pentium" is not the same chip as the
            P54C or the P55C.  You can probably push your 75MHz
            chip to 100MHz.  It may freeze up, but won't hurt
            the chip.  Just put it back to 90MHz.  Try this page:
   and its overclocking guide.
            This chip will never go faster than 100Mhz tho.
        \_ Intel did mark a lot of better qualified chips as 75mhz to
           have a cheaper price you might not be overclocking
           to do it.  If you experience lockups, then you're out of luck.
         \_Can you elaborate? what's the difference between
            cpu's with different clock speeds?
          \_ The chip failed faster tests, so it's "marked down".
        \_ If you see smoke coming out of the chip, then you know that you've
           overclocked it too much.
        \_ Is it safe to overclock a 90MHz Pentium?  If so, how would
           I go about doing it?
         \_ You need clue.
          \_ that's why I asked the question, twink.
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1997:February:10 Monday