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    Your results o/c'ing p3-750e?

    How good a clocker is this chip, particularty cBo stepping?

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    i got mine to 1110mhz using a FSB of 148 on a abit BX-133 RAID mobo using 1.95v
    i think its cB0

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    I have the c0o steping of the 750e (100fsb)
    running at stock settings until I get a newer motherboard (need 133 with(1/4) agp setting) ....but I do notice that it runs cooler than a 566 C2 @ 850mhz. I expect to hit 1ghz with the new motherboard. anyway this will be my secondary box.

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    I currently have my 750e running at 960Mhz on an Abit SE6 with the intel 815 chipset. I have taken it as high as 997Mhz, and it was/is stable, but I have turned it down a bit due to summer weather.

    Never really had a "need" to do any of the overclocking I have done with it, and was more just an expiriment to see what it would do. Not sure exactly just how high I can take it and have it remain stable, but at 960, and 997, its been fine with good cooling.

    Almost forgot, mine is the cB0 stepping as well

    [This message has been edited by Target (edited 06-02-2001).]

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    my p111 750e goes to 1000 with out a problem and would go higher but i only have 2/3 devider settings on my agp(be6r2) so i start having problems after 133mhz fsb

    [This message has been edited by lostark374 (edited 06-03-2001).]

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    Thanks for the responses, looks like there is a fair chance of breaking the 1 gig mark with this chip.

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