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post #121 of 291
thats redic absolutely redic. I need mine now now i tell you. Gerat job man i hope mine can do atleast 3.2 thats all im asking for at reallly low temps.
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Holy cow! Incredible stuff you've got there, guess the G0 lives up to the hype somewhat, eh? Lets see a suicide run to 4.0+!
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Oh My G0!!!!
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Im hoping I can squeeze out 3.8 on my water setup. Its going to definitely be tough, but I can dream can't I?


I POSTED a little while back on the thread about the advantage of a lower multi and higher FSB. Can anyone tell me if I should use 9x, 8x or 7x multi for any particular reason? My board is FSB limited to ~450Mhz, so I am told. 9x 450 would be insane, but 8x450 is only 3.6Ghz.
    
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I'm very very impressed. I wasn't anticipating this kind of performance. I can't wait for mine!
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Im hoping I can squeeze out 3.8 on my water setup. Its going to definitely be tough, but I can dream can't I?


I POSTED a little while back on the thread about the advantage of a lower multi and higher FSB. Can anyone tell me if I should use 9x, 8x or 7x multi for any particular reason? My board is FSB limited to ~450Mhz, so I am told. 9x 450 would be insane, but 8x450 is only 3.6Ghz.
if you can get get to the same speed with either 6x400 (2.4), or 266x9 (2.4), which would you choose? personally, I would go with the 400fsb one because it speeds up the system itself, not just the cpu. See what I'm getting at? Higher FSB also means higher ram speed and motherboard speed as opposed to a higher multiplier just increasing the cpu speed.
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post #127 of 291
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HOLY Sweet Jesus ! ! !

At the current clock speed, it's already the same clock per core as my golden E6700 can do at the same voltage but 2x the core ! ! !

I wonder what's the max clock speed at the current given voltage, can anyone care to take a guess ?!

If 3780mhz is going to be prime stable for hours at the current given Vcore, I'll mark today as my second BD to celebrate...LOL!

A one full round just passed...


    
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post #128 of 291
Gratz!!!! Man, I wish I had a better Mobo and a Quad core
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post #129 of 291
NICE! Man that is LOWWWWWW.

You got me seriously rethinking about my new e6850 purchase!
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1.15v?! Whoa man....thats low

Your temps are reaching that barrier though. I wouldn't go any higher than that without water. Those are some high temps.
    
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