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    Quote Originally Posted by jcool View Post
    Hm, well. You'd need MCI 150 mems, they can run ~190 CL3 or even 200, I don't know.
    I need 200+ 2-2-2 CL3 It very slowly
    Quote Originally Posted by celemine1Gig
    To be honest, I don't think that it has to be MCI PC150 RAM. I think that MCI never produced their own chips.
    I think its Micron -7E.

    I have found KINGMAX PC150, more while anything is not present on EBAY.

    New WR celeron tualatin:
    1400QS@2153mhz 2v SS
    TUSL2-C 226FSB
    256MB KINGMAX PC150@ 170 2-2-2-7/9 3.85v
    1.17.321
    Last edited by GraduS; 08-10-2008 at 07:12 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GraduS View Post
    I need 200+ 2-2-2 CL3 It very slowly

    I think its Micron -7E.

    I have found KINGMAX PC150, more while anything is not present on EBAY.

    New WR celeron tualatin:
    1400QS@2153mhz 2v SS
    TUSK2-C 226FSB
    256MB KINGMAX PC150@ 170 2-2-2-7/9 3.85v
    1.17.321
    I'm pretty sure that the MCI PC150 is not Micron based. I had those sticks back then and Micron chips definately look different.
    But there are other good chips, too, no questions asked.
    Quote from one of our professors:
    "Reality is hiding in the imaginary part."

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    New CPU-Z tualatin WR:
    2505.68 MHz (178.98 * 14)
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=411593

    1400QS@2v LN2
    TUSL2-C
    256MB KINGMAX PC150



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    Quote Originally Posted by GraduS View Post
    New CPU-Z tualatin WR:
    2505.68 MHz (178.98 * 14)
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=411593

    1400QS@2v LN2
    TUSL2-C
    256MB KINGMAX PC150



    Wow, that is so insane and awesome. I wanna see some kind of benchmark vs. a Gallatin/Prescott P4 vs. a new P6 Celeron (4x0 series).

    Great work. Tualatin forever.
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    Man
    I still have a SL6BY sitting on a box doing nothing, I also remember having a Celeron 1.4Ghz, those were good chips. Nothing like the Tualatin core.

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    I am posting this message now on my 1200MHz Celeron rig (@ 1550MHz) which still functions as my backup/email/internet pc.

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=166913

    Has 1GB of PC133 in it now.
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    SL6BY

    P3-S 1400@ 2105mhz 2v, SS by Qrowz
    ASUS TUSL2-C 200FSB/50PCI stock
    KINGMAX 256mb PC150 @ 200 2-2-2-7/9 3.8v -70C LN2
    MAXTOR 80G
    WIN SERVER 2003
    1.05.514s


    +CPU-Z WR on P3-S:
    2129.75 MHz (202.83 * 10.5)
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=412284


    S370 WR:



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    Intel Pentium III-S WR
    2447.24 MHz (233.07 * 10.5)

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=420005
    fsbwall

    2.4Ghz superpi1M, only 171mhz mem:





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    OMG!
    If a 1.4Ghz S370 Celeron was faster than a 1.8Ghz Pentium 4 (most cases), then imagine this 2.4Ghz... O_O!

    Good job GraduS, Im really impressed! The reason why I skipped Pentium 4s

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    Good job GraduS, Im really impressed!
    thx)

    WR celeron tualatin:
    Celeron 1400QS @ 214x11.5=2470Mhz 2V -90C LN2
    Asus TUSL2-C 214FSB
    Tonicom MicroBGA PC-166 @ 214 3-3-3 7/9 -30 LN2
    1.13.065s







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    Pretty cool you still have those around.

    Im always looking on eBay for those dual-socket 370 with DDR RAM slots to see if I can put my SL6BY back to work. Havent had luck though

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