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    P3e+BXmobo+175Mhz FSB+44Mhz PCI = STABLE@ocshoot @

    I didn't think it could be done until I saw it. I always thought 150Mhz was the max anyone could get, but these guys have proved me wrong.

    Its a good web site and I believe what they print.

    They list all the hardware they used to do it so its worth reading if your thinking of building a new system around a p3e.

    The only thing that wasn't 100% stable was the vid card (no 3dmark scores). But hey voodoo5's are just round the corner which might offer better stability at high agp speeds.

    Here's the link
    http://www.ocshoot.com/cualph.htm
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    It costs a lot of money to do what they did. The VapoChill alone costs over $700. I don't know how much that Ram cost but I am sure it is not cheap. What they did is nothing special. All it proves is that the vapochill is a good product and that there is good ram out there.

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    [This message has been edited by goffenhiemer (edited 04-18-2000).]
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