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[Hexus] BIOSTAR's TPower I45 breaks FSB barrier

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BIOSTAR are proud to announce that one of our fellow aussie overclocking gurus, nicknamed Youngpro, has earned himself some fame by pushing the new P45 based BIOSTAR TPower I45 motherboard to an astonishing 725MHz FSB; this being the highest FSB ever recorded on any motherboard before.

Proving this almost unbelievable feat, you can see the CPU-Z validation here.

The official announcement from BIOSTAR also touches on the fact that there have been several other sightings around the web of some extremely high FSBs accomplished with this particular board, proving it can consistantly provide a massive overclock ceiling in varying setups.


BIOSTAR Microtech Int'l Corp., a professional manufacturer of motherboards announces that a well-known overclocker nicknamed Youngpro broke FSB world record with FSB 725MHz using TPower I45 Motherboard. Youngpro, who is based in Australia, first reached 685MHz, but then trumped his own record by using LN2 and broke the FSB world record by climbing to as high as 725MHz. He also managed to get his CPU up and running at a stunning 6GHz frequency.
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repost different source
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damn. thanks guys, i had a feeling it might be a repost......
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something fishy about the cpu z validation though
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something fishy about the cpu z validation though
yeah, kinda is.

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CPU Arch : 1 CPU - 1 Cores - 1 Threads
one core? what's up w/ that?
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I know youngpro and the guys that were there with him when he made that run, theres nothing fishy about it.
Edited by Kopi - 6/25/08 at 1:13pm
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Nothing fishy about it.. look here
http://www.intel-overclocking.com/fo...946/index.html
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you do know disabling cores puts less stress on the nb
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Nice. I loved my TF560 and would get another biostar mobo.
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