November 15th, 1999, 09:33 AM
Top tips required for Cel300A/supermicro p6sba overclocking
I am building a system from spares/second hand gear. I have a slot 1 celeron 300A on a supermicro p6sba mainboard. The CPU has a standard fan/heatsink fitted. I would like some advice from anyone who has tried this combination of gear before. I have tried to clock this myself using the memory I already have, but this is 66Mhz RAM (DIMM type). I dont know what spec this RAM is. The result was that the system stopped during the PNP phase of the Windows 95 boot. The PC will be used primarily for games. I have ordered some PC 100 memory which is on the way.
November 15th, 1999, 01:16 PM
pc100 should help you get some more speed. you can check out www.overclockers.com they have all the info on what your chip could.
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