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overclocking celeron d

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ive looked at the intel list but i didnt see the intel celeron d 3.47GHz 360 processor i got it out of a compaq so i dont even know if it can be overclocked.

Thanks for the info
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You may be able to overclock your Celeron D with SetFSB there is a guide here.
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well im running linux and i have it on a gigabyte motherboard so i can go internally and overclock it but i need to know specs so i dont stress or over heat it
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post #4 of 8
These thing overclock like beasts
Here's some info for ya

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Celero...80552360).html
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now i kinda of knew the specs but i need to know how far i can push this thing at voltage and speed and wat ghz
Edited by g_tech9 - 6/20/09 at 3:42pm
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hate to double post but im still having problems finding overclocked specs of this cpu.
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bump no one knows?
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hate to keep bumping this but i still havent found anything on overclocking this processor
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