Jeremy van AGN 3D heeft z'n review van de Celeron 366 en 400 geklaard. Maandag wist-ie nog te melden dat hij z'n C366 stabiel op 500 had gekregen door z'n pc buiten te zetten en moeder natuur een handje te laten helpen. Het is 'm ook nu nog niet gelukt om de Celeron indoors stabielte krijgen:
Attempts at overclocking both of the chips with conventional cooling methods has been in vain because of extreme heat issues. Attempting to run either processor at any speed above their rating has caused them to get hot enough to fry an egg. Since it has been extremely cold here in Ohio, I thought that I may have a solution to my heat problems. I dragged my PC (with an open case) outside into the below 0°f temperatures and placed a household fan blowing into the case. Before everyone starts emailing me with worries of condensation, you need to understand that when it is that cold even moisture freezes. Just simple chores like breathing leave create the effect that I am a chain smoking Marlboro Man.
With my computer now "super cooled", I plugged in the 400MHz Celeron and shot for the magically 600MHz that I was dreaming about the night before. After numerous bios setting tweaks and reboots, I finally gave up on trying to get the computer to boot at 600MHz. It seems that the Celeron 400 that I have is just not ready for that type of speed.