300a or Celeron 333/366 PPGA
i heard that the PPGA chips are better for overclocking than the 300a. I can get a 300a real cheap but all i want is 504mhz any less then i dont think i'l bother. Has anyone succesfully o/c a PPGA chip to around the 500mhz mark without to many problems. I'm also planning on getting the PPGA to slot 1 converter so i wont have to change my motherboard.
Thanks in advance
There's a lot of factors that can affect your system at 112 FSB. I can only run my systems at 450.
If you get a Celeron 333, you might get lucky and hit 500. If you want some kind of a guarantee, then contact those dealers that sell/modify them to run at 500+ (Step?)
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