Ik zag op Anand's BBS een interessante thread voor Celeron overclockers. Hier meld iemand dat-ie z'n Celeron op 558Mhz heeft gekregen door de IDE controller van de BH6 te disabelen en te vervangen met een PCI controller van Promise:
Guys, I discovered something peculiar while playing around with my BH6/300A(Compeq) combo. It had been running at 504 at 2.05V since the day I got it, and I had tried it several times at 558, but would eventually lock-up after about ten to fifteen minutes in Windows. The other day however, while digging through the piles of used components laying around here, I found one of my old Promise Ultra33 PCI IDE controllers (Ultra DMA). Seeing as it always tested higher than any onboard IDE controller I have ever had, I decided to play around with it in the BH6. I popped it in, plugged my Primary Master into it, left my CD-ROM plugged into Secondary on MoBo, disabled Primary in BIOS, and fired it up. Got into Windows and tested fine at 504, and was faster than the BH6's onboard controller. The next step was to see if I could get 558 to work. I went back into BIOS and switched to 558. Powered up and made it to Windows to my surprise (Didn't think it liked to be O'Ced). Guys, here's the kicker, its been running like this for a freaking week and a half! I've been running everything I've got to try to kill this thing (Unreal in software mode, QuakeII, couple of 3D rendering programs), but it won't die! To top it all off, I am running 96 Meg of PC66 memory in the damn thing! Does anyone understand why this is happening? Is the onboard controller on the BH6 not capable of handling very high speeds, or what? Let me know what you guys think
Misschien ook interessant in combinatie met de Promise FastTrack UDMA Raid controller waar ik het een paar dagen geleden over had.