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COMPUTER PROCESSORS

Celeron 1 vs Celeron 2
By: Bustercaps
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    Since the birth of the Intel Celeron 300a, overclocking your CPU has become an art form, and overclocking a Celeron is a Picasso . For true overclockers the need for more speed is like crack to a crack whore. We just cant get enough!! (Megahertz, not crack ya freak!!)

    Celeron 1 vs Celeron 2

    Being a cheapskate is a trademark of the OC community, hence the constant references to "bang for buck". So that is what we are going to look at here today, mhz to mhz bang for the buck of the Celeron's. In corner number one will be the Celeron1 366 @ 567mhz (103mhz FSB). And in corner number two, the new kid on the block, the Celeron2 566 (66mhz FSB). The big differerence here is that the Celeron 2 has the famed Intel SSE instructions, whereas until this Celeron the only way to get SSE was to shell out the big bucks for a PentiumIII. By no means is this to a be an end all comparison, seeings how the Celeron1 is kicking with the extra 37mhz FSB, but this should serve as a good reference point between the two. All of the test will be ran on the same system with the only difference being the CPU. So without further ado……LETS GET IT ON!!!!

     

    Test System:

    Abit Be-6 Motherboard

     

    Celeron1 366@567 & C2 566

    Golden Orb CPU Cooler (purchased from 2CoolTek) 

     

    Generic PC100 128m Ram

     

    V6800 Asus GeForce DDR

     

    Western Digital 13.6g H/D 5400rpm ata66

     

    Generic Floppy (mitsumi)

     

     

     

     

     

    1 x 3com NIC card 

    There, now that you know what we're doing this in, lets move on and take a look at the numbers. We will pit these two animals against each other in several areas, so lets get to it and see which one comes out on top.

     

    Benchmarks: SiSoft 2000 CPU Benchmark- Lets start out by looking at about the most unbiased benches, SiSoft Sandra 2000. Sandra will look at the bottom line speed of the CPU without taking into account the L2 Chache that has proven the biggest money maker for the PentiumIII over the new generation of celerons.

    Lets light this fire by looking at the CPU Benchmark of Sandra:

     


    SiSoft 2000 Memory Benchmark- Now we move onto the memory benchmark. There has been a lot of interest as of late in these benches due to the VIA chipsets lower performance than a BX in this area. But due to the fact VIA has addressed that issue satisfactorily and that's WAY off topic, lets stick to the celery's.

    Memory Benchmarks:

    c366 @ 567mhz

     

     

    cII 566mhz

     

     

    Now before you get your panties all in a bunch, lets look at something that has a HUGE impact on these results, system bus speeds. Due to the fact that we had to overclock the C1 366 to get it to the default speed of the 566, the C1 is running at 103mhz FSB compared to just 66mhz on the C2. I hesitated to even post these benches because I didn't want anyone reading anything into them, but then I realized we're all intelligent OCers (most of us!!) and will know to take it for what it is. So while the Celeron 1 won this by a large margin, I think we'll all agree that this win means nothing. Moving on....


    SiSoft 2000 Multimedia Benchmark- This is a benchmark of SiSoft 2000 that is highly SSE and 3dNow dependant. With that being said, lets take a gander at how our Celeron 1 stacked up to the Celeron 2.

    Multimedia Benchmarks:

    c366 @ 567mhz

     

    cII 566mhz

     

     

    There you see where these new celery's really shine through above the old Celeron's. Intel was so kind as to include the once PIII specific instructions on the "lowly" bargain chip. Now if we could have just convinced them to leave all 256kb of on die cache enabled we would be cooking with gas! But seriously, there are some games and appz out there that rely heavily on SSE and this win for the Celeron2 can mean nothing but good newz for Celeron2 owners.

     

    More Benchmarks

     

    Now lets see how the ol’ faithful does against the same Q3 demo with the same settings as the cII .

    This is the c366 from stock to the 567mhz we ran it for all benchmarks. 

     

     

    
    

     

    Here is the cII 566 @1024 x 768 16bit with Asus at default speed.
     
    
    
    Not at all what we expected, but very interesting to say the least.
    Not at all what we expected, but very interesting to say the least.

    c366 OC Table


    Chip Multiplier / FSB / Processor Speed
     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

    5.5

    66mhz

    366mhz

    5.5

    75mhz

    413mhz

    5.5

    83mhz

    456mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    83mhz

    456mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    75mhz

    413mhz

    5.5

    83mhz

    456mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    83mhz

    456mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    100mhz

    550mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

    5.5

    103mhz

    567mhz

     

     

    3dMark2000 cII 566mhz 

       

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     

     

    3dMark2000 c366 @ 567mhz

     

    Whoa nellie!! Yes, them marks are correct.

     

    Conclusions: As you can see previously, the c366 overclocked to 567mhz actually will give you better 3dmarks than the cII 566. Now don't take this as a downer on the cII as we haven't overclocked the cII at all for this review. I have overclocked my new cII and it does very well, upwards of 850+mhz @1.70volts. But for many of you peeps out there who are like me on a budget and don't want to throw down $100 for a new cII with slotket. You can get the same effect out of a $40-$50 Celeron 366 and get the same if not better marks for 1/2 da price.

    Now like I said, the new cII 566 will give you better results when it is pushed to higher bus speeds and will put the hurt down on the ol' c366 @567mhz. I have had my new cII running for the last 2 weeks @892mhz @1.75v with no lockups and no crashes. I have run 3dmark and all Q3 demos ran in this article and I can say that the cII will give better performance when it is overclocked.

    My conclusion for all this is that if you're not going to overclock a new cII and your currently running a c366 at any overclocked speed, then save your money. But I know there aren't many of you out there that are not going to put this new cII through the ringer and get all the speed out of it as you can. All benchmarks and mhz will vary from system to system. So please don't bombard us w/emails saying that your new cII wont hit 892mhz @1.75v. Now if your cII hits over 900mhz+, feel free to let me know cause we here at the {OCA} will like to keep up with our peeps and their systems and that extra mile they get out of them, past what the manufacturer has allotted us.

     


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