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I just got my P4P800-E deluxe back from RMA, (thanks coolerzero) and I am really impressed with it. I've got my Celeron D 2.93 running at 3505 right now at a balmy 37C idle and 47C load, (ambient about 19C.) Using Kingston Valram 3500!!! That's with a Zalman CNPS7000CU + AS5. I will be pumping more voltage into it tommorow and going for 3700mhz. I am very impressed with the temps though, especially for a prescott!

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i was a celly oc'er from the beginning, they are awesome for overclocking, had a 2.0 that would run 2.8 all day long without raising the vcore at all, never really pushed it as far as it would go

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I have a 2.4ghz celeron D Prescott on an ECS MB it overclocks really well with value ram its at almost 2.8 with stock cooling and stock vcore, I also have a 2.8ghz Celeron D Prescott with value ram and it OCs really well I am at almost 3.2ghz stock cooling and a ABIT AI7 MB. I was suprised seems they over clock better than some of my P4s. They go more but I need better cooling there just folding 24/7 at these speeds for now.

 

 

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I just got my P4P800-E deluxe back from RMA, (thanks coolerzero) and I am really impressed with it.  I've got my Celeron D 2.93 running at 3505 right now at a balmy 37C idle and 47C load, (ambient about 19C.)  Using Kingston Valram 3500!!!  That's with a Zalman CNPS7000CU + AS5.  I will be pumping more voltage into it tommorow and going for 3700mhz.  I am very impressed with the temps though, especially for a prescott!

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Indeed, I sold crash the mobo for $10 or something because I didn't want to RMA it out of lazyness. Im glad to hear the RMA went through and the chip OC's nicely!

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