How many people O/C a 566 Cel2 at 100MHz FSB? How many could not??
My system only has a 100MHz FSB.
What was your voltage?
Does the Cel2 have half the cache as a P3?
You can check out www.overclockers.com and go to the CPU database for a good idea of how many people hit 850, and what they used to get there. And yes, the Celeron 2 has half the cache of a P3. Depending on what you're doing, it may or may not make a difference.
my voltage is 1.75 for 850, and it runs good, no problems yet. yes, the cel2 has half the cache, 128K L2 cache. L1 is the same as P3 though. if you voltage goes higher, and your mobo supports the different fsb settings, try going higher! don't go much above 1.8 though, that's getting quite high, also make SURE you have adequite cooling!! Can't stress that enough, Golden orb works great on flip chips for the $$.
Set the Cel2 -566 up at the default 1.5 v and is ROCK solid @ 868....Great Chip!
How does the Cel2 half cache effect the performances compared to the larger cache of the P3? What kind of platforms does this show up in?
anything that would deal with large chunks of data would see a performance improvement with more cache. most office type applications could use more cache, whie things like games don;t need it.
if the program has many repetitive task having a large cashe will help.
I've always wanted to know this: does 3d modelling take advantage of larger cache or not? It seems 3d apps (like 3d Studio) use the OpenGL or DirectX APIs and so should function a bit like games. Am I right in this, Neo?
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