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    PIII 600 katmai / coppermine

    to overclock which is better, the katmai 512 or the coppermine 256.

    witch one gives the best and stabel results?
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    I would have to say Cumines are twice as easy to o/c.

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    The .25 micron core just wasn't meant for much above 600. The .18 "coppermine" core seems to be much easier to overclock higher and with better stability.
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    the L2 on die L2 cache helps alot too! My PIII 500 could do 700 MHz, but I had to disable L2 cache cuz it just couldn't keep up.

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    cumine!! And you can get a 600 for a bit under $300...
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    Where can i get it for that price????

    remind im from the Netherlands
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    Try pricewatch.com. Some of the dealers do ship internationally.

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    Thanks, the average price here is about $450

    Another Q : If the coppermine is better why is it cheaper then a katmai
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