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Hardware freaks overclock 300 Celeron to 600MHz

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Our friends over at The Overclocker Page have produced a Celeron system using a 300A processor that now racks up 600MHz. And, at the same time, they have got hold of PC-133 SDRAM to boost the speed that little bit more. There are picture's at the site. The system uses cooled water and a combination of other cooling methods to achieve the high clock speeds. Intel, earlier this year, vowed to stop overclocking on its chips but that did not stop senior VP Albert Yu clocking a processor to 1GHz at the Intel Developer Forum, nor did it prevent Pat "Kicking" Gelsinger from doing the same with a Pentium Xeon at CeBIT in March. ®

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