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    PII 266 & ABIT BE6

    Anyone know how far this chip can be over clocked if it is possible. the chip is a SL2HE Ireleand.
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    The SL2HE is an old 2.8V, 0.35um Klamath core processor, so the most you can hope to get out of it is about 300-333MHz. The good news is, its not multiplier locked, so you can change that. Currently its at 4.0 x 66MHz, so you can use any combination of multipliers and bus speeds your board offers to get it to run. I recommend trying 4.5 x 66Mhz, or even 5.0 x 66MHz. Depending on what your board offers, you could also try 75MHz or 83MHz FSBs. Good luck.

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    ccould it go with a multiplier of 3 with a 100mhz fsb
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    More likely than not, yep. Again, there are hundreds of possible combinations, you just have to test to see which work best for you. But 300MHz is definitely within reach.

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