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The 333Mhz CeleronA Processors,  Do they run at 100Mhz bus speeds, or are they at
the usual 66Mhz?

And If they do run at 66Mhz is it possible to OverClock to the 100Mhz bus speed and
still mantain stability?

What 440BX motherboard Manufacturer Does someone recommend when purchasing the CeleronA, and Does the Pentium2 Motherboards work with the CeleronA?
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The 333 is 66MHz based, if you're to run it at 100 FSB then you're running it at 500MHz.  Chances of sussess is not as great as 300A running at 450 or 463.  Almost all 300A can do 450 without any problem, and some can even go to 504.  There're report that 333 can do 500 and even 560 stable, but chances are low.

If you're to buy Celeron then I suggest 300A with S-spec of SL32A, these are the most popular ones.  Buy a 333 only if you feel lucky :>

As for motherboard, I would say Abit BH6, it let you adjust voltage through bios, which is very good features for O/C.  Also Asus P2B is good too.  All BX boards will work with Celeron A *if* the bios supports it.  Be sure to check when buying the motherbaord that it's flashed to the latest bios.
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Thanks, You've been damn INformative =)
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