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    P2 350@450 or K-6 500????

    which would be better coz I may trade my k6 (with mobo) for the p2 (with mobo)...... and what are the chances of the 300 reaching 450???? anyone that has experience with the p2 300 and oc to 450 pls post. thanx


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    I'm so sorry for some mixup with the topic. It was supposed to be p2 300@450 or k-6 500

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    The P][300@450 would beat the K6-2 in almost every aspect.
    Don't get me wrong, the K6-2 500 is a decently fast cpu, but I thinn the P]['s are better. I've tested quite a few K6-2 systems, and I've never been too impressed

    I've got an old P][233 that does 350 at default voltage and with stock cooling, and a P][350 that does 432 (stock cooling, 0.1v over default) so unless you are unlucky, then you should be able to clock that P][300 a bit.

    What motherboard are you getting with the P][300 ?
    Carpe noctem!

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    Ditto. Chuck the K6-2

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    Great then, maybe I'll ditch the k-6 ....

    I'm not sure about the motherboard... but I do know that its an ASUS board. I'm not sure what model. Probably theres a 100mhz bus support (I hope). I saw the cpu database at overclockers.com and i saw the average oc for the p2 300 was around 500 if I'm correct. Is there a difference between an OCed P2 300@450 and a celeron 300A@450?? like for L2 cache, voltage and stuff?? coz now I was also offered for a cel 300A@450

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