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    Post ppga celeron can be overclocked????

    wondering if those ppga celerons can easily be overclocked like those slot one celerons??? 300 goes easily on 450 w/ those slot 1 how about those ppga ones huh...

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    Re: ppga celeron can be overclocked????

    Originally posted by why
    wondering if those ppga celerons can easily be overclocked like those slot one celerons??? 300 goes easily on 450 w/ those slot 1 how about those ppga ones huh...
    Yes, because of the 66mhz bus, you can put it at 100, or with proper cooling at 133 to seriously overclock it.
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    Exactly

    the same as the ppga celeries can be oced to whooping P-II speeds. BTW I recommend you just get yourself a celeronII and save yourself some trouble if your looking for a Intel budget upgrade. What your mother board?
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    yea, talk about an old post, jeez!!

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