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post #11 of 24
Yeah but is it stable? I'd be impressed if it were stable 24/7. Maybe he can boot into Windows, and last 3 minutes, before an inevitable BSOD.
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you do know disabling cores puts less stress on the nb
So? It's a common OCing practice to disable cores when you're just going for raw MHz.


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Yeah but is it stable? I'd be impressed if it were stable 24/7. Maybe he can boot into Windows, and last 3 minutes, before an inevitable BSOD.
Of course it's not 24/7 stable... it's LN2 Bench stable...
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Yes, it's common to disable a core or three to reach max FSB
    
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Hmm. I personally think it would be easier to edit CPU-Z's memory than to actually achieve this high of a FSB overclock with ANY C2D, but meh, you guys sure think this is legit.
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Yes, it's common to disable a core or three to reach max FSB
OK, SO, what's the point in bragging about that particular CPU & overclock, if you're going to disable multiple cores? 1 core at 5 or 6 Ghz??? Who cares! Let's see a quadcore run 24/7 with all cores running at "6 GHz".
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This was a motherboard test not a CPU test, they were going for the most FSB so it doesn't matter what they do to the chip
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This was a motherboard test not a CPU test, they were going for the most FSB so it doesn't matter what they do to the chip
Actually it does.

Most common motherboards can't get a Q6600 above 400Mhz, and most of the good ones (IP35 Pro to name one) falls out just before 470Mhz. But you hear all the time about how dual cores can get +450Mhz in the same boards that can't even get a Q6600 past 400Mhz.
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post #18 of 24
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Actually it does.

Most common motherboards can't get a Q6600 above 400Mhz, and most of the good ones (IP35 Pro to name one) falls out just before 470Mhz. But you hear all the time about how dual cores can get +450Mhz in the same boards that can't even get a Q6600 past 400Mhz.
never dealt with a q6600 but my e8400 is running 475x8 right now, which gives me a MASSIVE fsb of 1900 and 3.8ghz stable
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never dealt with a q6600 but my e8400 is running 475x8 right now, which gives me a MASSIVE fsb of 1900 and 3.8ghz stable
You can push that chip a whole lot more.
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Actually it does.

Most common motherboards can't get a Q6600 above 400Mhz, and most of the good ones (IP35 Pro to name one) falls out just before 470Mhz. But you hear all the time about how dual cores can get +450Mhz in the same boards that can't even get a Q6600 past 400Mhz.
what would you call a common mobo because ive never had a mobo that couldnt pull at least a 460-470fsb with a quad
    
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