De gasten van Target PC hebben een water cooling guide in elkaar gedouwd. Na wat gepiel lukte het ze om een Celeron 433 op 728MHz te draaien. Helaas was het niet echt stabiel te noemen:
After some time for the CPU to get back to normal (sounds bizarre I know, but my 300a did the same thing. After first running it at 450 for a while it would no longer run 300 at default voltage. After a cpl of days it was fine..) we tried booting windows with the default L2 latency (5?) and it booted and ran perfectly. No weird errors, no crashes. Water in the reservoir is at 3degrees and slowly rising. After satisfying ourselves it was solid, numerous Synthetic CPU benches in 3DMark 99, and a cpl of runs through SiSoft Sandra 99 is enough for the moment, we tried for 6.5x112=728. Success! Of a sort. It POSTs at 728 every time, but won't boot windows. Ah well, might try again tomorrow with some actual PC100 ram. I really hope we can get this baby stable at 728. I haven't heard of *any* other 433 running over 700. Would be very sweet indeed.