Andy van BXBoards heeft weer wat info uit z'n OC Survey bij elkaar weten te rapen.
Hier z'n conclusies wat betreft de C300A:
It appears that one of the main reasons for failures with the boxed at SL2WM is that, while the boxed SL32A is often stable at 450 or 464 @ 2.0v, the SL2WM seems to need 2.2v to run stable at 450. This is an interesting phenomena. Many people have suggested to me that the failure of the OEM SL2WM to make the grade at 450 was due to poor quality 3rd party cooling, whereas the Intel boxed retail heatsink is more than adequate for 0.25micron CPUs.
However I think that the requirement for 2.2v with these new "boxed" SL2WM's tells a different story, and also disproves the cooling theory. I have recieved no reports of the boxed Malaysian SL2WM pre-week49, so this CPU looks to have been introduced early December. The results do not look too discouraging - I would rather take my chances with a boxed SL2WM than a Celeron 366 as you will see...
Meer overclock info (o.a. over de C366) vind je op de BXBoards frontpage.