C|Net heeft een artikel over de CPU remarking en de maatregelen die Intel daartegen onderneemt.
In a related effort, the company also admitted it has added "deterrents" to the silicon of the Pentium III and Pentium III Xeon that will make it more difficult to overclock, or increase the megahertz, of a processor. While this will deter remarking, computer hobbyists are sure to raise a stink about it. Overclocking has become something of a cult sport among enthusiasts, who trade tips on select Web sites and persistently dog Intel about its anti-overclocking efforts. Geen frequency lock dus, maar wel 'iets anders'. Dit is hoe Crypto van BXB er over denkt:
Intel has bluffed us before about "doing something to stop overclocking", but I say this through personal experience and what I have learned from others, BE VERY CAREFUL OVERCLOCKING the Pentium 3 until more is known about it. There does seem to be something "different" about the P3, but until more data is collected about it, we won't know for sure.
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