overclocking older PII's (humor)

By Butterball
Mar 13, 2002
  1. lokem

    lokem TS Rookie Posts: 672

    Great find dude. Too bad it only applies to older processors. But hey, I've still got a Celeron!

    BTW, anyone figured how to "Press AltGr+F5 to disable heat production"? What's AltGr?
  2. Arris

    Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,521   +223

    Nice joke isn't it. Fails when you see that the text on the smaller graphic has wrapped differently when he has resized it :haha:

    AltGr is the right hand Alt key. Generally has a slightly different function from the left hand key, used to get alternative characters such as áéúóí ;)
  3. lokem

    lokem TS Rookie Posts: 672

    Heh ;) Nice stuff. Didn't notice the difference in the text.. DOH! :)
  4. Butterball

    Butterball TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 75

    i though so i realy liked the part on how to "properly burn-in" the pros. it is truly what a pentium deserves
  5. lokem

    lokem TS Rookie Posts: 672

    Don't be so hard on those Pentiums... They were after all quite powerful when they came out and "ruled" for quite some time :D
  6. Butterball

    Butterball TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 75

    i will admit i still have an old P 133 in use (it and a 486 heat various rooms in the house) but i will stick with my new AMD T-Bird
  7. K o R ! K

    K o R ! K TS Rookie

    I remember when i got my Old Abit Be6 mobo and my celeron 466 CPU. I overclocked the CPU by accident and thought it was a 700mhz CPU... All i did was set the FSB to 100mhz instead of 66.
    The CPU ended up dieing 6 months later... :(

    Anyway that was my first overclocking experience. and now everything in my PC is overclocked. I have a Celeron 1.1@1.36.
    and am buying a p4 2.0.
  8. Vehementi

    Vehementi TechSpot Paladin Posts: 2,704

    I saw the word "hammer" and stopped reading.

    The only reasons people buy Celerons is to see how far up you can overclock them, right? :rolleyes:

    Truth is, there isn't much difference between a 500 MHz Celeron and a 1 GHz Celeron, almost nothing in the chip, it's all the system board.
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