Wie zo'n beetje dacht alles wat betreft overclocking inmiddels gezien te hebben moet ff gaan rondsnuffelen bij AlienPC. Daar hebben ze een SL2W8 (0,25micron PII-300) laten invriezen met de hoop dat-ie daardoor beter overklokbaar zou worden (daar zit een hele natuurkundig theorie achter).
Het wil alleen nog niet erg helpen:
finally put the Abit BH6 MoBo back in and started messing with the settings. It seems that the Cryo-tempered SL2W8 is a little more stable at 504 but, it is not 100% I tried everything up to and including 2.3v. I am using the VEK 12 on the bare P2 and it is running cool enough. I guess that the chip is just not going to make it no matter what I do. I will just have to try something else. I would add pics but they would look just like the others I have up already. On another note I got an email today pertaining to cooling cache chips. On the SL2W8 the cache chips do not touch the thermal plate. If you take alumium foil and carefully fold it you can use that to help transfer the heat to the thermal plate. You have to take the cartridge apart to do this of course. For more on that see Bare P2. Make sure you use thermal compound if you do use the foil. I hear it works quite well. This may also help those of you with an SL2WY PII 333 that isn't quite making 500. I would try it. What have you got to lose besides a $200 dollar chip and the use of your computer? :o) No one ever siad overclocking doesn't come without it's dangers.