[HARDWARE] Overclocking CPUs

soul soul at usit.net
Thu Sep 23 21:29:02 EDT 1999


There is only one variable here.

That is a Celeron processor clocked at different speeds.

You guys need to think before you just start flaming people and READ AND 
RESEARCH TOPICS.
Don't just start throwing around bad information.
This is not directed at one person... but at the last 3-5 responses.

At 04:26 PM 9/23/99 -0400, you wrote:
>|
>What? Are you drunk?
>My keyrate is 2.48 Mkeys/sec at 2*450 MHz (100MHz FSB 4.5 multiplier)
>My keyrate is 1.65 Mkeys/sec at 2*300 MHz (66MHz FSB 4.5 multiplier)
>
>Now tell me. Does this indicate in ANY way that MHz is uninportant?
>
>MHz means less when you compare different kinds of processors. A 80386 OC'ed
>to 450MHz (Yeah - you try that :-) would offcoure performe poorer than a
>P-III at 450 MHz due to the different architectures used in the chips.
>---------------------------
>As you indicate you have more than one variable above.
>The bus multiplier, caching, etc, etc.
>450mhz with a small L1 & L2?
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