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Pentium M 750 overclocking

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bump. i just picked up a pentium m 750 and the ct-479 from ebay, just to see how I could do with it, and how it would compare to my 3.0@3.6.

so far I've played with it a bit and got it up to 200x12=2400mhz (31sec superpi).

Does anyone have a little more experience with these bad boys?
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I moved this post to a new thread since the other was nearly a year old.

The sweet spot on my 730 was around 230x12, which isn't too shabby from a stock 133 MHz. At 2.5 GHz and change, it blew away my old 3.2E at 3.92 GHz. Super Pi was down in the 28 second range, and it was hands down the fastest pre-C2D system I ever owned. I'm still currently using that system, though unfortunately I need to dismantle it to make room for the quad system that's currently sitting on my dining room table (I can only get away with that for so long ).

Dothans have the dual benefit of requiring low vcore while being able to handle a whole lot of heat. I never bothered trying to mod an aftermarket cooler to work with the CT-479; the stock cooler worked just fine.
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