Pentium M Overclocking

Ive been thinking lately about my next upgrade options and was aiming at changing my 2.8 p4 for a AMD system. But now Im thinking of changing to a Pentium M. After reading reviews of what this processor can do when overclocked (being able to keep up with or beat high end P4's) I imagined the performance one would get if using a watercooled overclocked as hell Pentium M. Has anybody else tried or had experience overclocking the Pentium M or can give me insight into the performance levels.

Yeah as i said im interested in performance and then price. Not at all worried about thermal specs or that stuff.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by wadeal on 07/17/05 12:42 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
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  1. I can't justify the expense. I've seen an article showing the Venice at 2.4GHz and 27W. That's nearly as low as the P-M, and much cheaper.

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  2. i've got a 2.4m...sitting at stock speeds doing's currently in a soyo desktop board...what can i do with it? Will it oc very far (ignore that it's in a soyo for the moment)?

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