I can`t quite remember where I saw this (probably on slashdot news), but someone using a board immerged in non coducting fluid cooled by liquid nitrogen (he made a second attemps with a flud I don`t remember) reached about 10 times the normal clock speed of his CPU (a 133Mhz running above 1.2Ghz) ... quite impressive ... but his experiment costed about 2000$ for the non conducting liquid. Anyone else saw that?
It is impossible! Even if you get socket 7 m/b that work on 400 MHZ , (You have to build mobo and chipset by yourself) you will need memory that can work with it (stole it from secret NASA lab). And the cooling ? -273 C in Jupiter ?
That's a good question. Maybe on the space shuttle or the station they could overclock their computers cos space is pretty cold!