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Hier wat overklok resultaten met C266 en C300A:
In an effort to provide a comprehensible comparison between the 266 and 300A Celeron's I chose to benchmark with the following Bus/CPU speeds. (remember, the bus speed multipliers are locked for the Celeron's, the 266 @ x4 and 300A @ x4.5)
Celeron 266 at 4 x 103 (turbo), CPU 412mhz @ 1.95v: I believe this is probably the most commonly used speed for the majority of Celeron 266 overclockers, therefore providing a base speed to compare with when looking at the performance gain expected between the 266 and 300A.
Celeron 266 at 4 x 112, CPU 448mhz @ 2.05v: While this speed is limited to a minority of Celeron 266 users it will give a good idea as to what gain can be expected from the 128k built in L2 cache of the 300A when operating it at 450.
Celeron 300A at 4.5 x 100, CPU 450mhz @ 2.05v: Like I just said. This speed should be the best for comparing the gain when using the 300A's 128k L2 cache.
Celeron 300A at 4.5 x 103, CPU 464mhz @ 2.05v: Although I don't yet have all the #'s for this speed I've posted some to give an idea of the aproximate performance level that is guaranteed by Computer Nerd when you purchase one of their many packages.
Celeron 300A at 4.5 x 112, CPU 504mhz @ 2.20v: Certainly this bus/CPU speed will only be attainable buy a lucky minority as with the 266@448. But because I can, I did want to give an idea of the far reaching possibilities, gains and differences between running a 266 and 300A on the 112mhz bus.