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    celeron 400@700

    my celeron 400 runs rock solid at 600
    it posts at 700 but locks before it starts loading windows
    i use an fdp32 h/s and fan
    will it go to 700 with more voltage/cooling

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    I'd be really surprised if it did. I havent seen any Celeys go higher than 666mhz. Mine will post at 666, @ -70c, but I can't hold the temp long enough to see if its stable.

    Good Luck!
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    I agree, for celerons you really need to go with water or Peltier cooling above 600MHz

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    Originally posted by Count:
    I'd be really surprised if it did. I havent seen any Celeys go higher than 666mhz. Mine will post at 666, @ -70c, but I can't hold the temp long enough to see if its stable.

    Good Luck!
    OK, heres a few Celerons above 700:
    http://www.duckmanswildpage.com/fran...firstboot.html my 466@735
    http://members.xoom.com/fastceleron/index.htm Shannon's Celeron 400@744 and 433@728
    http://www.wsu.edu:8080/%7Ei6735189/...oledpelts.html N8's dual 433@700

    Good luck!

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    Thanks Duckman... I cant afford the level of cooling need to make the attempt so I'm not gonna find out I guess.

    Actually I just sold that CPU and my BX-6 v2 to someone today for $100. Now we'll never know how high she could have gone.
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