Andy van BXBoards (erg koele site) heeft een de data uit z'n Celeron oc survey tot bruikbaar materiaal verwerkt. Erg interessante info over de overklokbaarheid van de C300A (week 52,47 en 40) en de C366. Opvallend is dat geen enkele C366 de 550Mhz haalde .
These results are pretty interesting IMHO but certainly not totally conclusive. What is does show, is that without doubt the boxed Celeron 300a is the way to go for 450Mhz. These are now scare, and prices are rising from around $69 before Christmas to $89 or higher if you can find them know. If you still hanker for 450Mhz then the 300a is still the way to go right now.
One thing I'd like to nail now - people are still blaming either their SDRAM or cooling for a failure to overclock, especially at 504Mhz. I see a lot of "CPU won't POST - guess I need more cooling". I'll say again, then if it won't POST its not heat. NOT NOT NOT!!. These things take time to warm up. Typical symptoms of overheating include spontaneous reboots, freezes and random explorer.exe errors in Windows. Secondly, I see a lot of "not stable at 504 - guess I need some (very expensive RAM)". Three words - Save your cash!! Any SDRAM should do 112Mhz bus speed (even PC66 is pretty happy at 112Mhz) , just fine. If in doubt set it to CAS3 in the BIOS. If you still get problems then blame your CPU. Please don't spend a fortune on costly RAM..!
Ga voor de resultaten van de survery ff hier kijken...