heh, I highly doubt it. the best that one could ever hope for is a 100% overclock. . . but few if any ever hit that mark. and those that do didn't accomplish it with using air to cool the cpu, you'd need a serious water-cooling setup or perhaps a phase change unit to accomplish such a feat. In reality though, it won't be worth it for that cpu.
well, don't let me get you down eitherwhichway, just give it all you got and hope for the best.
Well, I am unable to raise the fsb slowly as I have to adjust the speed via jumpers on the mobo. I have it to 100 mhz now and I plan on taking it as high as possible, I just don't know how high that is.
From the land of overclocking, a few things are hot items right now:
Athlon 2100+ TBred B's = People are hitting 2GHz easy, 2.2GHz with some voltage, and 2.3GHz with good cooling/more voltage. Not bad for a $100 chip.
Mobile P4's = The multipliers on these puppies are perfect for those looking to break the 200MHz FSB plateau on their P4 setups.
nForce2 = The ultimate FSB overclocking chipset; you can adjust the FSB without any effect on the PCI/AGP/USB bus speeds which hindered FSB overclocking in the past. 220MHz FSB with Dual-channel DDR...drool.