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I am upgrading my nf4 DFI lan party for the last time and was wondering what others are getting as far as clockspeed on the 89 watt 4400 X2.
I had 3700 dago running at 266 by 11 @1.65(2.9ish) before I fryed it when fan on radiater quit-
Running patriot xblk 2 by 512 @3338t1
what speeds to these 89 Watt chips do and will they outrun a overclocked 4800 and at what voltage ??
How about the 4600 manchester ?
do they overclock good ?
It somewhat boils down to stepping of course-
any feedback ?
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On average, from what I seen, the 89w versions overclock about 100Mhz -> 200Mhz more with ~.5 less volts than the higher watted versions.

Get the 89w.
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I am upgrading my nf4 DFI lan party for the last time and was wondering what others are getting as far as clockspeed on the 89 watt 4400 X2.
I had 3700 dago running at 266 by 11 @1.65(2.9ish) before I fryed it when fan on radiater quit-
Running patriot xblk 2 by 512 @3338t1
what speeds to these 89 Watt chips do and will they outrun a overclocked 4800 and at what voltage ??
How about the 4600 manchester ?
do they overclock good ?
It somewhat boils down to stepping of course-
any feedback ?
It really boils down to stepping
    
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in my experience they will do about the same (disregarding stepping ofcourse) but with less volts which is good if air cooling
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What stepping I wonder is good for this chip
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Check here for CPU steppings:http://www.amdgeeks.net/insertstepping
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Well my X2 4200 has hit as high as 3050ish. Its the 89watt version, E6. I run it now at 2.98 with 1.44 vcore totally stable. Stepping is in my system specs below.
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This processor kicks major azz's.
    
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some of them do, ofcourse i had one that wouldnt go above 2.6 stable but even that aint to bad i guess better then nothing
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I will return any chip that wont hit 2.9 or I wood be @&#!!*
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