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  • 59% (29)
    E4300
  • 40% (20)
    e6300
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post #31 of 34
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blast up the ac and see wat u can get
only seen aircon in a few warehouse shops here...never in a house
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post #32 of 34
6300 has soldered IHS 4300 does not, whitch will mean higher temps on the 4300.

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only seen aircon in a few warehouse shops here...never in a house
Nice avatar, but we need more cow bell!
post #33 of 34
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blast up the ac and see wat u can get
achieved 3GHz give or take a few MHz. 427x7 = 2989 (1.28v, still under default), 427x2 = 856 ram (+0.1v, 5-5-5-18). <20secs super pi 1M. temp is idle using intel heatsink

think i'll return back down to 2.8GHz tho
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achieved 3GHz give or take a few MHz. 427x7 = 2989 (1.28v, still under default), 427x2 = 856 ram (+0.1v, 5-5-5-18). <20secs super pi 1M. temp is idle using intel heatsink

think i'll return back down to 2.8GHz tho
nice. take it up to 3.2 how much vcore do u need to be stable? i havent tried undervoting.
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