I picked up an Intel Pentium III 700 processor from
Villman to see what I could do with it. As you can see, it's in
Slot-1 SECC2 format which should bare the advantage when it comes to
overclocking due to the bigger coolers you can use with it. It runs on a
100Mhz. bus, a 7.0x multiplier, and it's default voltage is set at 1.65V.
It certainly looks as if Intel is doing a little overclocking of their own
since we all know the specification voltage for a Coppermine processor
should only be at 1.60V.
Those are the product codes for my processor. You'll see
that it has the new S-Spec so it uses the cb0 stepping. You can verify
this from here.
Here are the specs. for my testing/gaming rig:
Intel PIII-700 Coppermine (normally an Intel PIII-500 Katmai @ 675 2.3V)
Abit BE6-II Intel 440BX Motherboard
TTI 128Mb. 8ns PC100 SDRAM 3-3-3 (running at 2-2-2)
Creative Labs GeForce Pro DDR
Creative Labs SoundBlaster Live! Value Digital
3COM 10/100 Mbps. Network Interface Card
Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 13Gb., 7200RPM, UDMA66 Hard Drive
Artec 48x CD-Rom Drive
Panasonic 1.44 Floppy Drive
Viewsonic GT775 17" Monitor
Altec Lansing ACS45.1 Speakers