insane schrijft dat ze bij GamePC een review hebben van de Celeron II 633 en 700 MHz. Beide CPU's konden de 1 GHz halen en dat was zonder het voltage omhoog te gooien of de CPU's in de koelkast te plaatsen .
We didn't expect much overclocking success from the new Celerons. Considering their ungodly high multipliers, it sounds like a tough chip to overclock. Although, the lower bus speeds do leave some breathing room to bump up, not to mention the lower voltage should allow for greater overclocking. We were very surprised with the results we got, I believe the picture on the right can explain most of it.
That's right folks, Celerons at 1 GHz (1000 MHz). More amazing, not only were we able to overclock the Celeron 700 to 1 GHz, but the Celeron 633 as well! The Celeron 633 at 1 GHz was even the more stable of the two, running full loops of 3DMark and Quake III for hours on end without problems. Also, get this, we were using default voltage. The Celeron 700 at 1 GHz crashed quite a bit, which is why we didn't run our benchmark suite on it. It's safe to say that the maximum "easy" overclock for the Celeron 700 is 950 MHz, still not bad at all. For the record, we used Thermaltake "Orb" Air-Coolers on the Celerons, and did our overclocking in Abit BE6-II's and Soyo SY-7VCA boards.