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Celery cooling and break-in

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Isaac

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Jun 25, 2001
I just got my celery chip the other day. It is a 366 slot 1. I have never overclocked before so I wondered what good procedure would be. Maybe get the system to run at normal speed then slowly bring it up? My board only does 66 or 100 fsb.
I don't have a fan yet either. What would be a good one? someone said a win something FAB @ www.1coolpc.com but I did not see it.
Thanks,
Isaac.S
 

Pinky

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Isaac (Jun 29, 2001 11:43 a.m.):
I just got my celery chip the other day. It is a 366 slot 1. I have never overclocked before so I wondered what good procedure would be. Maybe get the system to run at normal speed then slowly bring it up? My board only does 66 or 100 fsb.
I don't have a fan yet either. What would be a good one? someone said a win something FAB @ www.1coolpc.com but I did not see it.
Thanks,
Isaac.S

I have some suggestions (see my specs below :)).

First, once you have your cooling solved, post in the intel section so we can help you with the details (voltage, fsb, other issues that might come up).

That chip will be sweet to OC, get 40% (mine are humming pretty well at 550) more from it easily with proper cooling, which is exactly why you're here.

Check the hompage for some links to different manufacturers and resellers of cooling products (think it's under cooling products). Most of them are inexpensive, and can be used on future pentium upgrades.

I personally have only overclocked PPGA and FCPGA chips, the slot one could be a challenge finding proper/adequate cooling. You can also do a search on yahoo for cooling celeron slot 1. I would not use a stock intel heatsink and fan, they're pretty crappy.