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    V3000&P[email protected]? Guest

    At what speed a P III 500 can go?

    At what speed a P III can go?

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    Join Date
    Apr 1999
    Manila, Philippines
    I wanna know how all you new Junior Members make all these really cool usernames?

    The last guy I asked didn't e-mail me and tell me how! I hope you can help me! PLEASE!

    As for the PIII 500, with good cooling you can get plus or minus 600 MHz.

    There, I helped you now you tell me... how'd you got the superscripts on your username?

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    Join Date
    Aug 1999
    Nome, AK USA
    Toolbox..I presume you are talking about the little "3" on jis user name. If you are using Win95 or 98 you can find alot of useful little symbols in the such as "" is Alt+0+2+2+2 "" is Alt+0+1+5+7 "" is Alt+1+5 "" is Alt+0+1+7+9 anyway there are alot more, you can find them in the character map for all of them.
    Sorry V3000&p[email protected]? , I can not help you as I am still trying to find out the same myself.

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    Join Date
    Sep 1999
    Maryland, USA
    Mine runs at 600. It will run at 610 but not at 620, so I figure be safe.

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    Join Date
    Jun 1999
    Austin, Texas, USA
    The speed you can attain depends on the capability of your individual chip, the speed of your L2 cache, your cooling, bus speeds available on your motherboard, and voltage.

    The only way to find out is to run extensive testing on your chip.

    Mechanical Engineer
    Dell Computer Corporation
    Server Development

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