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Originally posted by Ryos
Don't forget that Intel cut a LOT of corners with the Celeron processor, so a P III would be much better. That's one of the reasons why the Duron processor is beating the tar out of Celeron processors right now (cheaper prices and fewer limitations=big bucks for AMD).
The 66Mhz fsb is probably the most limiting factor, it's a shame intel only recently started to ship celerons rated for 100 fsb. If you have an intel mobo and limited cash it may be cheaper to buy a celeron 633 and put it at 100 fsb, the resulting 950Mhz clock rate is highly attainable for most celeron 633's it seems. Also, the pci and agp clock divisors will produce in spec frequencies at 100fsb, so as long as the cpu can handle it, the overclock will be stable.
 
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