- Aug 18, 2003
i just bouht a "p4 based celeron 2.2ghz 400fsb". what does that mean? is it one of those celerons that are super easy to overclock?
there are 3 types of CeleronsOriginally posted by Kerri Ann:
ok, so what if the mobo allows it, ive heard before about a celeron that intel put out where it was really a pIII that they slapped a celeron label on and sold it like that. so someone found out, and tried running it at the speed of a pIII, and it worked seamlessly.
Don't sell over clocked systems to people without their permission over clocking no matter how slight voids all warrantees and over taxes all the components. plus it's very shady to sell something that's not what it appears to be, it's just like if you bought a Lincoln that was actuly a dress up Pinto.Originally posted by Kerri Ann:
well, actually, i build computers, or i'm learning how to, and i would sell it most likely, so i get to pick the motherboard.
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