September 1st, 1999, 07:44 PM
Celeron 400 @ 500
I just bought a celeron 400 (PPGA=>Slot1) system with an Abit BH-6 Motherboard and a Hercules Dynamite TNT (16 MB) video card.
I had the FSB set at 83 MHz with 2,1V.
The CPU temperature was 32°C, which is not very much I think...
Is this a realistic temperature?
Could I try to set the FSB up to 100MHz?
If yes, which core voltage should I choose?
How should I set the AGP Divider...2/3?
Plese give some advice. Thanks!
September 1st, 1999, 08:04 PM
Temp looks good, try increasing the FSB to 100 MHz and set core voltage to 2.3 volts.
If the system does not boot, then stay at 500 MHz. Less than 2% of Celeron 400A's will run at 600 MHz.
June 5th, 2000, 11:09 PM
hey i got a celery 400 on Abit BM6 (pure socket 370) running at 500 fine with no probs at all kinda hot tho but eh, I tried 600 but it freezes at the win 98 boot screen :/ I have a very bad cooling fan and a tiny heatsink, but i seen a review with supercooling and a celeron 400 at 1ghz !!!! im not joking, i mean with -20c a lot is possible... http://www.hardwarecentral.com/hardw...orials/718/15/
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