Diogenes is right about that, at 585 with L2 enabled I get better performance in almost every catagory than at 645 with L2 disabled.
All that I was trying to show here is that the L2 cache is the limiting factor in overclocking the P3.
And that you can reach higher overclocked speeds with the L2 disabled, but most likely lower performance than with the L2 enabled and cpu running at a higher speed.
If you supercooled the CPU and disabled the cache you could get close to 1G I imagine.
[This message has been edited by Dimarini (edited 08-30-99).]
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