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post #21 of 25
got mine running @ 3.2ghz 1.328v, 1m pi @ 22.293..

ill run 06 when i get the chance just for a cpu score. Ive got to say for $39 oem this is a nice deal, if i had some better ram i have no doubts this chip can do 3.6+, just waiting for some cash flow
    
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post #22 of 25
The ability to quickstore Processing memory is invaluable to performance, with newer more demanding programs/games L2 Cashe makes more and more of a difference. I'm running 10.5s
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Ahh okay. I guess the cache does make a difference cos mine is running 19s at the moment.





Lies, the highest I've seen is an E2180 at 3.73 Ghz (linskingdom).
Yeah, I saw this and was hoping he'd run some superpi times. I read a review on Tomshardware of the E2180 OC'd vs. an E6750 clocked to the same speeds, and the cache didn't seem to make much of a difference in synthetic benchmarks (it did, but not as much as people imply), but made a big difference in apps (which is contrary to what most people say). But it does seem to make a difference here--I get about the same superpi time as you @ 3GHz--19sec. Interesting... Maybe his RAM is really slow or loose or something? There are other factors to consider.
    
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post #24 of 25
nice overclock. lap that chip and temps will drop


i hit 3.7 with my old e2180
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post #25 of 25
Screw lapping, it's an old CPU, Remove the head spreader and apply the TT directly to chip! Use enough paste
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