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Old 12th December, 2005, 07:24 AM
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I am looking to Overclock my Intel 2.7Gig Celeron. Here are the specks from Everest.

CPU Properties:

CPU Type Intel Celeron, 2700 MHz (27 x 100)
CPUID Properties:
CPUID Manufacturer GenuineIntel
CPUID CPU Name Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.70GHz
CPUID Revision 00000F29h
IA Brand ID 0Ah (Intel Celeron 4)
Platform ID 0Fh (Socket 478)
IA CPU Serial Number Unknown
Microcode Update Revision 21
HTT / CMP Units 0 / 0

Motherboard Properties:

Motherboard ID 10/31/2003-i845G-W627-6A69VM4YC-00
Motherboard Name MSI Gamila/Giovani/Neon Series

I can e mail you the entire EVEREST report if you need it for the info, but I could use all the help I can find.

Thanks Much

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Old 12th December, 2005, 09:55 PM
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never tried a celeron but you should probly slowly increse the FSB run a stress test every two FSB units up being a much bigger clock then an AMD with a multi of 12.
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For total CPU info, you can use CPU-Z and post a screenshot, that will give us the complete info we need.

Most Celerons tend to hit about 3Ghz, however, it's my experience that benefit from overclocking isn't really too noticable.

You can run a program called SuperPi which is about the quickest and easiest benchmark for a CPU. Also makes a good stress test too.

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