Overclocking is like a tractor pull
I'm not sure exactly how that headline works, but I think it must be true. For proof, check out the feats of strength and excess at this page
. They've got claims of a PIIIE 733 making it all the way up to 1,264MHz. (I love being able to stick a comma into a MHz number.) They also have a picture of a very sweet-looking modified Athlon processor, with DIP switches mounted right on its edge connector to make overclocking easy. Thanks to reader Martijn van Halen (no relation, he assures me) for the links.