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This is bad new for overclockers guys......
If u havent noticed the 45nm are frieing at higher voltages,
The 32nm will probably explode if u raise it up 0.5v.......
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I bet enthusiast overclocking won't be around in 10 years.
    
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Originally Posted by arekieh View Post
This is bad new for overclockers guys......
If u havent noticed the 45nm are frieing at higher voltages,
The 32nm will probably explode if u raise it up 0.5v.......
Bad news for us
The Wolfdales are overclocking further with less voltage increase - how is that bad? With any processor, it will fry if you increase the voltage too much. The Wolfdale has a lower stock voltage, so it's obvious that you can't raise the voltage as you could with the 65nm C2D.
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One word explains this,Roswell
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mmmm wafers *drools*
Did anybody else see the American Chopper episode when Intel gave Mikey a wafer (100+ processor dies or something) and he smashed it over his knee or into his forehead or something? I love mikey
haha I saw that one, Mikey is awesome


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The Wolfdales are overclocking further with less voltage increase - how is that bad? With any processor, it will fry if you increase the voltage too much. The Wolfdale has a lower stock voltage, so it's obvious that you can't raise the voltage as you could with the 65nm C2D.
Yes that is true, I don't think overclocking will ever go away.. but by the looks of the 45nm processors and how cool they run in comparrison the the 65nm's, I'd say soon there will be little need for extreme cooling systems on cpu's as chips get smaller than 45nm.
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Yes that is true, I don't think overclocking will ever go away.. but by the looks of the 45nm processors and how cool they run in comparrison the the 65nm's, I'd say soon there will be little need for extreme cooling systems on cpu's as chips get smaller than 45nm.
Yeah, overclocking will always be an art. But, with the die shrinkage comes more cores (Nehalem, up to 8 cores), so there may always be a need for at least large air heatsinks.
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Originally Posted by sledgehammer1990 View Post
What exactly are those round disks in the image?
Those are wafers. I'm not sure exactly how a processor is made, but if i understand right, they cut that up into the actual processors. Supposably the ones in the middle have better silicon, but I''m not sure about that.
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I bet enthusiast overclocking won't be around in 10 years.
Well some people still overclock old processors so
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65nm and 90nm chips are the best for overclocking. They shrug off 1.5V+ without a hitch.
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65nm and 90nm chips are the best for overclocking. They shrug off 1.5V+ without a hitch.
Not to get too far off topic, but this is such a stupid comment.

While it is true that they "shrug off" 1.5v+ without a hitch, most of the 45m chips I've seen can hit 4.0GHz+ on 1.35v - 1.40v.

Why in the hell would you want a slower, older 65nm chip? Who cares if it handles higher voltages?
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