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    celeron500@750????with normal cooler??

    Hi Guys!

    I'm a german student and not tooo deep into overclocking. I just wanna know if you think a celly 500 can run at 7,5 * 100 Mhz (750) without any liquid-stuff etc.. just one of the normal alpha or peltier coolers. I'm afraid my "older" PCI parts won't run at 41Mhz!! therefore 100....

    I don't want any "craftmanships"...just a cheap stable system for 10 hours use a day !!

    Trispeed


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    Sorry to be discouraging, but I would not count on it... If Intel had any 750mhz cores they would be selling em'... They're not...

    If you spend much time on this, I suspect it would be really wasted... but it is nice to dream though...

    P.S. If you can prove me wrong, i'll be first in line to congratulate you...
    "If it works it's not overclocked!"
    My Stuff

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    Diagnosis, I am running a celery 500@855 so 750 is without a doubt possible. Look at my post for mor info. But sorry to say, it may be tough as hell to do so. Especially without L/C it. But give it a try, like Wayne Gretzky would say "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." so go for it.

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    yeah, but it doesn't cost Gretzky $200 to take a shot! If it did, I am sure Gretzky would think twice before shooting. Trispeed, don't be overly optismistic and do your research before you hunker down your penny jar.

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    Keep in mind maxxim is using liquid nitrogen so thats why he has it at 855.

    Jeff

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    but that's assuming you believe Maxxim_Hack. I am not saying he is a liar, but I want to see some more proof before I leave my skeptism behind.

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    And I as well.
    P4 2.8@4.0 dual R134A phase change chillers with 600watt thermoelectric array. Capable of -70F
    Nixie tube numeric display control panel and pneumatic motherboard tray.

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