August 7th, 1999, 03:19 PM
Overclocking a 233MHz PII
My old 233MHz PII is starting to show it's age a bit now and I was wondering how overclockable these things are. In some diagnostic program I've got, it says the CPU temperature is 3C. Is this obviously wrong or does it just mean Iíve got a good heatsink and fan? My motherboard is an Intel AL440LX and I have 64MB of 66MHz RAM. Would boosting the FSB to 68MHz make that much of a noticeable difference?
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