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    Do not overclock a Pentium processor. Intel specifically designs their processors to counteract users from doing this. You will damage your processor
    EVer heard of the celeron,famous for overclocking

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    Originally posted by DARKSHADOW@27 March 2003 - 14:07
    Do not overclock a Pentium processor. Intel specifically designs their processors to counteract users from doing this. You will damage your processor
    EVer heard of the celeron,famous for overclocking
    he said PENTIUM
    also I have a celeron could you please point me to a guide on how to overclock one.

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    Originally posted by harrycary@27 March 2003 - 00:07
    opinion, rumors?
    this article shows the lengths that Intel will go just to stop users from overclocking their processors.
    I guess I am just an AMD fan as they are much cheaper and can be overclocked with much greater success.
    OK, now show me an article that says AMD encourages overclocking.

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    P4 4.44GHz

    this started out as a P4 3.06

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    forget overclocking...just buy a new video card! you can get a Geforce 4 Ti4200 for less than 150$. i recommend Gainward as the manufacturing Co. Look on http://www.pricewatch.com its way worth the money

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    Here 1 link and if u type overclocking celeron u'll get1000's of results
    http://www6.tomshardware.com/cpu/20021016/...celeron-04.html

    the newer celeron's has the tualtin or coppermine core (pIII)

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    Supernatural,
    Sorry, I did not mean that AMD literally encourages overclocking. It is just that their designs are very flexible and in that way encourages(allows) owners to tweak as they'd like.
    Whereas Intel has publicly stated they don't want anyone messing with their chip design and/or clock settings.

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