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That 6850 would be a world of difference, and would do the 8800 justice.
Sweet thanks!
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Okay thanks guys +rep also http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115028 what do you think of that? and one more thing we wanted to overclock it but in BIOS there were no volt or clock speed options not even greyed out just 100% gone? whats up with that?
The settings are at auto, switch to manual and they will magically appear!
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Wouldn't a E8400 or E7200 be better overclockers for the price? Forgive me if these 45nm's don't run well on Nvidia chipsets though. I have no knowledge on Nvidia chipsets at all.
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Wouldn't a E8400 or E7200 be better overclockers for the price? Forgive me if these 45nm's don't run well on Nvidia chipsets though. I have no knowledge on Nvidia chipsets at all.
He changed it the the 65nm E6850, while it runs hotter and needs more voltage, you're safe up to 1.55v unlike with the E7200 you can't really put more than 1.4v for safe long life.
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He changed it the the 65nm E6850, while it runs hotter and needs more voltage, you're safe up to 1.55v unlike with the E7200 you can't really put more than 1.4v for safe long life.
True, but those processors can clock a lot higher compared to their G0 counterparts at 1.25-1.35v. http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...v-cpu-z-2.html A few members here reach 3.6-4ghz or even higher without exceeding 1.4v.
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True, but those processors can clock a lot higher compared to their G0 counterparts at 1.25-1.35v. http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...v-cpu-z-2.html A few members here reach 3.6-4ghz or even higher without exceeding 1.4v.
That may be true, but figuring out exactly which settings to use to get that, and at the same time having a highly binned chip are what make it difficult. With the E6850, you can hit the same clock, but you don't have to do as much trouble shooting.
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