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post #11 of 29
I cant goto the link, what kind of extreme cooling is it on?
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post #12 of 29
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Originally Posted by trueg50 View Post
They don't call it a suicide run for nothing!
very true.

However, there are people and even some OCN users that would try to push this thing well over 4.0Ghz at a voltage that is technically under what the max recommendation is then still react with shock when it burns out prematurely after only a few weeks of ownership. I mean, that's what has been happening with the E8400's.

These 45nm CPU's are pretty damn fragile. Much more so than the 65 most of us are still using. They burn bright but burn out.
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post #13 of 29
Wow.... 5.8GHz... That's one amazing board to hit 610MHz FSB.
    
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Holy smokes talk about a snow cone
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post #15 of 29
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I cant goto the link, what kind of extreme cooling is it on?
I think they said LN^2, but I'm not sure what that is
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Holy smokes talk about a snow cone
they needed paper towels to make sure the condensation didn't drip on the mobo. I would rather use air than have to soak up water from around a running motherboard...
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post #16 of 29
ill take a 1.3 volt 4.2 ghz clock on air cooling over that setup any day

but man that makes for one hell of an ee-peen
    
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post #17 of 29
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I think they said LN^2, but I'm not sure what that is
Liquid nitrogen
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post #18 of 29
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i thought it would do a better run at the 1M Pi... 8 seconds almost seems to slow... :
Gotta agree here, I saw a post (Might have been fake...) that showed a Nehalem scoring 8 seconds at 2.66ghz, that would mean Nehalem has as much of a IPS increase over the Core2 as Core2 did over P4.....Kinda hard to believe...
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post #19 of 29
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Gotta agree here, I saw a post (Might have been fake...) that showed a Nehalem scoring 8 seconds at 2.66ghz, that would mean Nehalem has as much of a IPS increase over the Core2 as Core2 did over P4.....Kinda hard to believe...



That Nehalem post turned out to be fake.
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post #20 of 29
Wonder how fast the chip died.
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