Bij Deez Tech hebben ze een review online gegooid van de Celeron 466MHz. Ze hebben ook wat aandacht geschonken aan het overklokken van de processor, verder dan 581MHz kwamen ze niet. Lees het hier.
As you can see, going over 581 Mhz is a no go. While it's still respectable, it's kind of a bummer not being able to go to 600 Mhz; although, realistically real world performance difference between 581Mhz and 600 Mhz is very minimal almost unnoticeable. This Celeron certaintly does not exhibit the overclocking capabilities of the Celeron 300A, it still brings you to the next level. I'm not saying that 600Mhz is impossible with a 466, it's just not stable, and I'm sure a better yield of 466s would be able to run at 600Mhz quite stable. At 600 Mhz the Celeron booted into Windows just fine, but it could never go through a complete run of Winstone 99 without crushing. Maybe with better cooling it might had been possible. Keep in mind though, for this experiement I was using GlobalWin's monster heatsink, so better cooling in this case would signify active cooling.
On the flip side of things, overclocking the Celeron 466 doesn't give you the capability of utilizing your high speed PC-100 or PC-133 RAM that you may have installed in your system. What's more, the Celeron 466 running at an 83 Mhz bus will have a slight disadvantage when compared to a CPU running on a 100 Mhz or higher bus, mainly because the memory speed will be lower, thus affecting the throughput of the data in the memory bus. I will illustrate this point in minute. Let's take a look at some benchmarks first.