Hothardware heeft een artikel over PII cache cooling in elkaar gepleurd:
ne of the most prominent issues with stability of an overclocked P2 is actually the performance of the on board cache, which most often times can't keep up with the higher end CPU cores. This chip actually has Toshiba 225 Mhz. Synchronous SRAM Cache on the P2 module which is faster than most P2s of the '98 vintage. These parts are set up to run pretty fast and as a result need to be cooled as well! Intel's design doesn't really provide decent thermal conditions for the on board cache of the P2. How do I know all this? I took the P2 Slot 1 Cartridge apart of course! This isn't an easy task! Don't even THINK of trying this yourself unless you know exactly what you are doing. Unless of course you don't mind a nice expensive P2 Coaster for your beverage after your attempt!
De oplossing die Hothardware heeft bedacht is erg simpel en efficient (na 'behandeling' deed de PII 525Mhz ipv 500 voorheen). Zie Hothardware voor de info.