Mind you, I'm not even considering 460mhz from a 333... 433 at most. Likely, 400mhz is where I'll end up. I'll try for 433, and if it works out, replace the current heatsink/guard with something of my own design, made of copper.
Anyhow, debate away. Tell me why I should or shouldn't, 'cause I'm on the fence right now.
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Yes on the daughtercard, no on the bus OC. When overclocking the bus, especially on such old tech, you lose stability. You will need some high end ram to withstand the OC, and really it wont give you much benefit. You could try it anyway. Im interested to see what happens, but not at the expense of your hardware. -maestro
There was an older Wallstreet model which ran on an 83MHz bus. If it wasn't for the memory controller, I'd say go for it, but you need high end RAM in a Lombard to have any hope of running OS X properly anyway, regardless of whether you overclock it.
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