Well, as you can see here it will get there and do the job in this low level testing format. But as seen in the 3DMark 99 Max results, it becomes all too clear that when run at this speed (600mhz) that in some cases there will be a performance hit. This just shows that this little piece of silicon has reached it's limits as far as this fab goes. Hopefully the next generation of Celerons that Intel has lined up will take us beyond the limitations of this family of Celerons. If you're wondering if I recommend getting this little thing, "WELL", I have to just leave that up to you. If you want that little bit more umph from your single Celeron system or you have an Abit BP6 and want to take it to the max then this is the way to go I guess. Just remember tho, with normal cooling and no increase in voltage only got me to 600mhz max. When I tried to go past that (with better cooling and higher voltage), I ran into the Windows lockup problem. I even had to do a reinstall 2 times because it FUBARed my HD. I'll be doing some more testing with W2K and see if it can handle the higher speed above 600mhz. But for now, looks like 600mhz is the limit.
Het chippie wil dus niet hoger dan 600MHz, valt tegen.