Celeron 533 came out at the start of this year. The technology is 98 technology, but it's all based on 94/95 technology (P6 core).
Whats the pin taping for? I've o/ced celerys with no need for any mods...
The only taping I remember was B21 on a P2 300 in order to force 450MHz in a gateway BX board.
I bought a brand new two year old processor :-/
Despite no CD drive, my new system is now in frequent use for the games I had installed on the HDD before upgrading. I looked at the bottom of my *new* Celeron533 - intel corp. '98!! Damnit!! It clocks badly too - 600mhz needs 2.2v - 2 isn't stable and I'm pin taping. 667mhz craps out before loading windows - want better cooling before going to 2.4v. I was also stupid enough to pin tape with ultra-clear selotape...
is it not a 533A then? the one with the coppermine core?
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