Voodoo Extreme heeft ook een review in elkaar gedraaid van de Intel Pentium III 600MHz. Overklokken wil niet echt meer lukken, de .25 micron technologie heeft zijn limiet hier wel zo'n beetje bereikt:
This always seems to be one of the first questions asked when referring to a new CPU, so it will be the first one answered. The highest I could overclock this CPU to (using only default voltage...) was 618MHz, or 6x 103MHz front side bus (FSB). It is the first 100MHz FSB CPU I have seen that will not even POST at a 112MHz FSB at default voltage. I think it is safe to say that the .25 micron fab has been pushed to its limits; the 600 was originally slated to be the first .18 micron CPU, but suits at Intel changed their minds and decided to cram in one more product based on existing, proven technology. For the overclocker in you, a PIII 550MHz running at 616MHz (5.5 x 112MHz) would be much more cost effective than attempting to overclock this chip.
Lees de rest hier.