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e6550 and P5k-e With NO FSB WALL

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it seems so, I don't have one I'm right now just got done with OCCT tests.

Specs currently.

e6550 @ 3.64Ghz 1.48volts
Asus P5K-e @ 520FSB 1.55volts
Corsair PC6400 @ 1040mhz 2.25volts


I can keep going and my max north bridge temp is 34C

my max Cpu temp is 49 AVG and 50-53c sometimes

most say anything after 500 FSB your done. and they also Told me I screwed myself buying a 7x multi Cpu.
And should of gotten a 8x cpu atleast.


Well I guess I did pretty good cause most on this forum can't even pass 3.2ghz with there e6550's So did I just get lucky or what???
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Yegsmesh, X 7 Multiplier is for big time homosexual, but you are super and you win yes yes

Tis' a nice OC, get an E8400 [X9] - That'll go far [4680]
    
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Yegsmesh, X 7 Multiplier is for big time homosexual, but you are super and you win yes yes

Tis' a nice OC, get an E8400 [X9] - That'll go far [4680]
I was going to but the place i went to was outta stock so I went with the e6550 instead...

and I still don't trust them since they have bad temp sensors and there dieing quickly even without going over the max voltage.


Also thanks I still can't believe i got this high so far
If i do get to 4.0ghz with my new PC8500 It'll be a miracle
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Goodboy, have some Rep, SIT...SIT...goodboy

Dude, order it off Newegg - It'll be cheaper

Infact

Get the E8200 - Multi of 8 - 500 x 8 = 4000 =)

More of a challenge
    
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Goodboy, have some Rep, SIT...SIT...goodboy

Dude, order it off Newegg - It'll be cheaper

Infact

Get the E8200 - Multi of 8 - 500 x 8 = 4000 =)

More of a challenge
yeah I may. but i'm in a financial issue right now. I loaned my dad 2000 and now I need 700 for fixing my car hahaha oh boy.

I still don't trust 45nm Cores yet.
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must.... resist.... dark side.... but 4.0Ghz.... too much to resist..... lol nice OC!
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The 45nm are generally fine, some have a defective core sensor, usually only one

But you can always put your hand on your heatsink to check the temperature, anything over 60c is generally too hot for a human to touch for a long period of time

N dont push em over 1.36-1.37v for 24/7

Some people can get the E8200 @3.8GHz with like 1.27v
    
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The 45nm are generally fine, some have a defective core sensor, usually only one

But you can always put your hand on your heatsink to check the temperature, anything over 60c is generally too hot for a human to touch for a long period of time

N dont push em over 1.36-1.37v for 24/7

Some people can get the E8200 @3.8GHz with like 1.27v


I think i'll stay at 6550 cause i want a AMD again and they will hopefully release a C2D stomper.
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Get a 5000+ BE, it'll be an interesting overclock, playing with multipliers etc

You're very limited for motherboards on the AMD Side though =/
    
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Get a 5000+ BE, it'll be an interesting overclock, playing with multipliers etc

You're very limited for motherboards on the AMD Side though =/
yeah true i'm waiting for a new batch of cpu's but i haven't seen anything yet. The last cpu they made i had was a Opty 165 that was a Great cpu got me

I had 10k 3dmark06 score

umm system specs were.
Opty 165 2.8ghz
PC6400 ram
DFI NF4 ULTRA-D
eVGA 8800 GTS 640mb
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