Here you can post your 1GHz overclock. Simply post a link to your overclock's validation under your forum name to be added to the list! Please see the animation for submission information.
Please be sure to follow rules for submission. Please do not argue with my decision; I try to be as fair as possible
All spreadsheets have been updated and put on Google Docs for ease of updating. I might look into moving towards form submission in the near future, as that would make the process even MORE easy for future owners of the Club.
If I have missed your validation and you believe that it follows the rules necessary for entry into the club, please do not be afraid to send me a PM or repost it. There are times where I can miss things. I am, after all, only human.
The question has been brought up:
I have made the decision to admit all chips that can reach 1GHz overclocks or higher. I will not discriminate against any specific chip or socket, no matter how easy it may be to attain these speeds. Their overclocks just won't be as large an accomplishment as the overclocks on the older socket chips.
Another issue has come to my attention.
CPU-z has issues with showing the stock clocks on AMD chips (like it will for Intel chips). From here on (October 22nd, 2011), I will be requiring all AMD submissions to have the stock clocks listed somewhere on the post - whether it be in the CPU field of the rig, in your sig, or in the post itself - if the CPU is not already on the list. It has become too much of a hassle, and I do not want to spend ten minutes on each AMD submission trying to find the clocks of it. This just makes it easier, and shouldn't be terribly difficult for everyone to follow
Again, you only need to list the stock clocks if your AMD chip IS NOT already on the list.
The following CPUs are allowed in the club:
Any AMD chips
I will ONLY be accepting CPU entries for this Club. I know that PapaSmurf will accept any kind of 4GHz OC, regardless of the hardware, but I will NOT. We have a club here specifically for 1GHz GPU Core OC's, and I'd like to keep the two as separate as possible.
There were three images made by our very own Alancsalt
They are as follows:
Your CPU-z Validation did not meet the requirements for entry into the Club. This can easily be remedied by reading that portion of this post!
Your CPU-z Validation has been verified and follows the requirements for entry into the Club.
The validation is update of an older validation rather than a new validation at all.
Please know that the Google Docs Spreadsheets take approximately five minutes to update after I've saved the document. So if your entry does not appear immediately, please be patient and try refreshing the page in a couple of minutes.
Rules for entrance:
1. You have a VERIFIED CPU-z Validation link for the overclock you wish to add.
2. The CPU-z Validation has your OCN username in the 'name' field. You can figure out how to do this by watching the animated gif at the top of this post.
3. Your validation that you submit is atleast 1 GHz above stock speeds.
I realize that some of the entries here do not meet the requirements that I have outlined. But you have to take into consideration the fact that a lot of these entries were submitted LONG before I took over this club, and I had no part in deciding how entries were admitted at the time. However, I will strictly adhere to the rules that I have laid out here, and you'd do best to not argue them with me
Top +1GHz Overclocks:
Sno.lcn - 150.67% Increase
NoGuru - 83.49% Increase
miahallen - 100.05% Increase
NoGuru - 98.95% Increase
El Gappo - 123.89% Increase
These are just some people that I'd like to thank for all of their help with this club, whether it'd be with maintaining it prior to my takeover or during the transition to Google Docs.
In no particular order...
If I've left anyone out, please let me know
No club is complete without signature tags
:clock: <a href="http://www.overclock.net/t/566485/the-1ghz-overclock-club">+1GHz <b>Overclock</b> Club</a> :clock: