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#1
http://img.techpowerup.org/110903/Capture042.jpg
Yeah boi, I learn timings
Like a boss.
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#2
nice achievement Smile

but how much temp are getting on high load ?

and i noticed 89% GS a what are you playing Tongue
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#3
(09-04-2011, 01:51 AM)abdo123 Wrote: nice achievement Smile

but how much temp are getting on high load ?

and i noticed 89% GS a what are you playing Tongue

Temps always fine, c60 water cooling
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#4
From 3.2GHz to 4Ghz isn't that impressive. My old Core 2 Duo E6300 1.86GHz OC'ed to 3.3GHz without adding voltage. But nice try!
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#5
you think this isn't impressive check this : http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1794026

you probably going to say : "hey it is just a normal OCing from 3.2 to 4.1"

look at the volt and think again Wink
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#6
From 3.2GHz to 4GHz is only 25% overclocked. 3.2GHz to 4.1GHz is about 28% overclocked, still not impressed. The e6300 @1.86GHz overclocked to 3.34GHz is 80% overclocked. I have seen some that does 100% overclocked on stock voltage Wink
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#7
(09-05-2011, 01:13 AM)tuanming Wrote: From 3.2GHz to 4GHz is only 25% overclocked. 3.2GHz to 4.1GHz is about 28% overclocked, still not impressed. The e6300 @1.86GHz overclocked to 3.34GHz is 80% overclocked. I have seen some that does 100% overclocked on stock voltage Wink
Don't you think it's a little unfair to go by percentage values?

I mean, a CPU with very low stock clockrates, it's a given that you gain percentage wise more value, than with a CPU that has already high stock clockrates.

It's like you are saying "I'm only impressed by 80% or more". Wich equals in "a core i5 2500K has to reach ~6GHz to be impressive" (3300MHz x 80%).

If you say so, OK.
Core i5 760 @ 4,0GHz DDR3 1600MHz 6-8-6-24-32 GTX480AMP @ Stock Thermaltake Level 10
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#8
Impessive would be a 2500K going from 3.3Ghz to 5.0Ghz. Cool

Seriously, though;
Should we have such an overwhelming sense of pride for what Intel has done...?
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#9
(09-05-2011, 06:02 PM)Rezard Wrote: Impessive would be a 2500K going from 3.3Ghz to 5.0Ghz. Cool

Seriously, though;
Should we have such an overwhelming sense of pride for what Intel has done...?

Meh slapped in my e5700 runnign 3.750ghz constant from 3ghz
can go higher with random crashes, need better ram
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#10
(09-06-2011, 12:59 AM)thatwasonce Wrote: Meh slapped in my e5700 runnign 3.750ghz constant from 3ghz
can go higher with random crashes, need better ram

Nothing impressive about that. I can do that with an OEM motherboard.
Try to break 4GHz and I'll be impressed because I'm starting to think the E5700 can't do it.
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E8400 @ Stock, 4GB DDR3-1066, XFX HD4670, Windows 7 Pro 64-bit
E5700 @ 4GHz, ASUS P5Q-EM DO, 2GB DDR2-1002, Coolermaster Elite 460W
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