Overclocking Celerons: 300A vs. 333 vs. 400
I am just about to by a new system which I will overclock. I am getting a BH6 based system. I am trying to decide which Celeron CPU is best for me. I can afford pretty much any of the above, but I want to get the one that is most reliable for overclocking. I know that this varies widely by chip, but would a 400 overclock better than a 300 because of its higher spec? Oh yeah, also how big is the difference between retail and OEM parts. My store mainly carries OEM and I am not sure how much this will impact my efforts. Thanks.
The 300A seems to be the O/Cers choice due to its relatively low multiplier. more than 90% can manage the 100;103mhz FSB. The 'new' Celerons seem not to have much difficultly running in the 450 mhz range, 500+ is a different story however, and 550+ seems to be a dream more than a reality (stable that is).
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