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I'm trying to speed up my current computer a little bit with minimum budget. So I'm thinking about overclocking 1300 Tualatin celeron to 1733 or buying P3 Tualatin 1400 with 512K L2 and 133 FSB.

Which do you think will be the better choice?

I wonder how much difference FSB (100->133) and L2 cache (256->512k)will make.

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Ohhhh, a Tualatin very nice. I would say go with the p3 and try oc'ing it because it already stock will be faster that 1.4ghz because of the whole 9ops thing it does. I hope to see your rig get properly upgraded, gl.
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Hi
As I know of, P3 Tualatin is not suitable for OC because of its structure than celeron Tualatin. Is there any case of OC with P3 Tualatin 1.4G?
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As I know of, P3 Tualatin is not suitable for OC because of its structure than celeron Tualatin. Is there any case of OC with P3 Tualatin 1.4G?
I beg to differ. I have a 1.13Ghz P3 Tualatin and I had the thing overclocked to 1.3Ghz, stock voltage. Pity the mobo lost some of the IDE pins, otherwise it would be still running.
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May I ask how you could oc it? Just FSB change without voltage change? Thanks.
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May I ask how you could oc it? Just FSB change without voltage change? Thanks.
That's exactly what I did. The bios in that board (some MSI board) was quite open, even came with an overclock feature.
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Yeah....it already has 133 FSB...So you just changed multiplier? What about any motherboard without adjustable multiplier?
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Yeah....it already has 133 FSB...So you just changed multiplier? What about any motherboard without adjustable multiplier?
Depending on the chipset, there might se overclocking software out there that could work. I personally don't like software overclocks.
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Try using clockgen or cpufsb I used cpufsb just to play with my fsb so I woulden't have to go to bios every time I wanted to up ot a little, and it worked fine.
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I wonder clockgen or cpufsb just won't accept TUSL-LV mobo.
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