Simon was kind enough to let us know that they got a killer P4 2.66 GHz chip!
Check out how high they were able to clock the CPU here.
When first released, Intel's Pentium 4 CPU was heavily criticised
for performing poorly in current applications. Intel claimed that its 'NetBurst'
architecture would allow the Pentium 4's clock speed to be increased to levels
previously unheard of, and thus performance would increase in time, but it has
only been in the last few months that Intel have completely taken the speed
crown back from AMD, with the release of the P4 2.53GHz proving that AMD's fastest
AthlonXP CPUs could no longer keep up with Intel.