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gigabyte s3 and a celeron d

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ok i have a question since i have an s3 i may hold a little while on a proc, mainly cuz i want to see how far a can push my celly d. how far do you think i can push it with a big typhoon or should i get should thing better. i really want to hit 4.6ghz in my case thats 200mhz fsb. got to love the a multiplier of 23
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Lapped with AS5 you can get most of the celly D's to 4.5-5.0 Ghz. Also depends or ram and board and blah, blah, blah. You know all that already. The 352 is the best celly to O.C. With a BT and a good setup my buddy got 5.2, but load temps were a little high (65 load)
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well with a celly d mine being a 346 3059 at stock. it has been ran at 3.5 for about a month at stock voltage before. not to concerned about ram even at 1:1 i d have to hit 266 fsb before ill the hit the stock speed of my ram
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