A 64 Processor for DTR Notebooks Vs Retail?

Well i was priceing a system today on new egg and i was looking at the A64's and i saw the notebook 3000+ has the clawhammer core and the 1 mb cache.Its say socket 754.Would i be able to use this chip with an abit KV8 Pro mobo?I was hopeing to get water cooling and over clock to 2.4 if posible.Does any oneknow how well these over clock?\

Heres the <A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc.asp?description=19-103-444&depa=0&manufactory=BROWSE" target="_new">Link</A> to the chip.

<A HREF="http://arc.aquamark3.com/arc/arc_view.php?run=682299587" target="_new">40k in aquamark 3
P4b2.4@2.8||1024mb DDR@392mhz||9800pro@420/740||Viewsonic UltraBrite 19"||Panisonic DVD-RW
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  1. When the DTRs came out, I was all hyped about replacing my xp-m. As it turned out, not only were people having problems with mobos, but even when the chip worked on desktop mobos, the OCing was bad.
    I now have an A64 3200+ on an Asus K8N-E Deluxe board. It runs at 2.44ghz with stock cooling, and voltage. Idle temps are 35c.
  2. There is a ton of thread about this issue!!! :smile:

    DTR are not worth the money, only 35 Watts A64 are interesting for their low-heat dissipation.

    A7N8X / <font color=green><b>AMD Sempron 2800+</b></font color=green> <-- <i>Is this affecting my credibility???</i>
    Kingston DDR333 2x256Megs
    <font color=red>Radeon 8500 128Megs</font color=red> @ C:275/M:290
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