I found some old screenshots of my overclocking experiments. These are taken sometime during 1999-2000. They brought up some nice memories.
Motherboard used in all these tests was Abit BX6-2 so there weren't too many FSB speeds to choose from.
Celeron 366@787 (FSB 66@143) using 4*80W peltiers to keep it cool.
Celeron 366@760 using 4*80W peltiers.
As you can see it didn't work with L2 enabled at this speed.
Motherboard Monitor's values. Voltage is "only" 2.75v and the processor temperature is -31C.
Slot1 Celeron 300A@558 with 2*80W peltiers if I remember correctly.
L2 enabled this time.
Voltage is still 2.75v but temperature needed is only -21C.
I have taken some benchmarks (sandra, pifast, prime95, 3dmark) run at this speed but couldn't find the screenshots anywhere. But it was "stable" as long as the temperature was kept low enough.
Below are some sandra shots at 735:
Celeron 566@1136 using 2*80W peltiers.
3dmark benchmark using a TNT with core clocked at 90@125 and memory 110@142.
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Too bad I don't have that celeron 366 processor anymore.