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If everyone wants to send me their different processors. A, B, C, D, and E, my system could be the constant and all your processors could be the test subjects.
I smell an upcoming E6600 value sale hahaha
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Apparently you didn't see my "I work or BFG picture" jk jk Nah, I know what it's like to have stuff stolen from me and the sinking feeling you get. I would hate to have that same feeling. Also being banned from this site would be like never being able to go to your best friends house ever again.
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It can be done, I run my Xeon at 4ghz (on 1066 strap) 24/7, it's a 634B if I recall.

It needs 1.56 vcore though. Idle temps are 28C, load gets up to about 40C. (ambient is 23-24C)

Cooling is the key though, I highly doubt 4ghz 24/7 without a pretty good water cooling loop is possible though. You'll also need some pretty good NB cooling. My NB is water cooled too and never goes above 28C (1.6v)
    
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400x10 on a 6700 isnt it?

surely thats attainable without massive difficulty? quite a number of 6600's are getting 400x9 on air. issue seems to be, as this thread highlights, far fewer people actually have a 6700. i mean look at the system sigs for most of the people on this. nearly all 6600 owners. not hard to see why...in UK the 6700 costs 1/3 as much again as the 6600 for a difference of 266MHz.
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So basically is all really based on how old your processor was made, and what type ram, and how good your water cooling is.

I know I'll want to try to get to 4.0Ghz... But not stay there, I just want to know how its done. Just in case there that one game that needs it hehe. Doubt that'll happen in a long time though.
    
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