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post #21 of 28 Old 01-28-2006, 06:14 PM - Thread Starter
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You're proc won't be able to oc as much as mine, sorry, because neither the 2.4B nor the 2.4C can oc as much as a 2.4A. Maybe 2.4C could oc as much as or more than 2.4A, if you get lucky w/ the chip.

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You're proc won't be able to oc as much as mine, sorry, because neither the 2.4B nor the 2.4C can oc as much as a 2.4A. Maybe 2.4C could oc as much as or more than 2.4A, if you get lucky w/ the chip.
I think i might have the same chip. ((Investigating)) Another system.
I want to be positive in every aspect
This is to good to be true. ((You never no))
Sorry to be such a jerk.
Not to dout you, but can you supply a screen shot of Prime 95 and CPU'z with at least 6hrs of stability?
Man I'm sorry and jealous.

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I think i might have the same chip. ((Investigating)) Another system.
I want to be positive in every aspect
This is to good to be true. ((You never no))
Sorry to be such a jerk.
Not to dout you, but can you supply a screen shot of Prime 95 and CPU'z with at least 6hrs of stability?
Man I'm sorry and jealous.

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Shoot, I had one @ 8hrs. of P95, but I forgot to back it up when I reformatted my HD to prepare for my new rig.. Trust me, I had his processor (sold it to him) and it passed prime at 3.96 (for me at least) for 8 hours.

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I think i might have the same chip. ((Investigating)) Another system.
I want to be positive in every aspect
This is to good to be true. ((You never no))
Sorry to be such a jerk.
Not to dout you, but can you supply a screen shot of Prime 95 and CPU'z with at least 6hrs of stability?
Man I'm sorry and jealous.

You can subtract my rep later
Here is the CPU-Z validation. (I know the ratio is 3:2, I'll work on that later.

Below is the screenshot after 30 min. OCCT. It kept going until I thought it was enough.

30 min. is really enough time w/ OCCT to prove stability. I'm sure anyone who uses OCCT agrees with that. (I think it's 1 hr. for the ULTIMATE stability, but just regular stability is good for me, thanks.)

I think the temp. is good considering the chip's overclock and the core (Presscott).

Well, there's your proof, if you'd like.

EDIT: Yeah... vcore and 12V rail look bad... it's a budget PSU, what do you expect?

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Here is the CPU-Z validation. (I know the ratio is 3:2, I'll work on that later.

Below is the screenshot after 30 min. OCCT. It kept going until I thought it was enough.

30 min. is really enough time w/ OCCT to prove stability. I'm sure anyone who uses OCCT agrees with that. (I think it's 1 hr. for the ULTIMATE stability, but just regular stability is good for me, thanks.)

I think the temp. is good considering the chip's overclock and the core (Presscott).

Well, there's your proof, if you'd like.



EDIT: Yeah... vcore and 12V rail look bad... it's a budget PSU, what do you expect?

Yes very respectable o/c.
I bow down to ya.
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Thank you very much for the compliment.

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Me and my 2.4C...i wish i knew what I was doing back then...now I have a mediocre overclocker instead of uber.

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