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Boiling water on a 433MHz Celeron processor

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Uploaded on Mar 9, 2008

Boiling water on a 433MHz Intel Celeron CPU. The temperature reached 128C under full load without heatsink. At the first water drop in this video, it was at 122 degrees Celsius, running SuperPI mod 1.5XS under Windows XP. It idles at 55-70C without heatsink, and is still working flawlessly. In fact, I'm posting this video from it.

CPU specs:

Intel Celeron (Mendocino-core)
433MHz
66MHz FSB (x6.5)
2.0v VCore
250nm manufacturing width
Socket 370
128kB L2 cache
MMX support (No SSE instructions supported)

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