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Luckily, the hopes came true: one Turkish hardware enthusiast reported about his overclocking success in XtremeSystems.org forum. He managed to bring his dual-core Pentium XE 965 (3.73GHz) processor to work at 7.2GHz with the help of liquid nitrogen cooling system.

Note that the system would run stably only at 6852MHz, and the SuperPI test results in this case made 19.562s.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/web/display/20060419152425.html
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My motto is: If it's not stable, who cares?

The 6.8GHz stable is very impressive, though.
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make 12 of them and turn it into a folding farm!!!!
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Well, all the world records are sucide shots, they don't run stable at them. So if he broke the world record, that means he should also have the highest stable running CPU.
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Well, all the world records are sucide shots, they don't run stable at them. So if he broke the world record, that means he should also have the highest stable running CPU.
You begin by saying that all world records are suicide shots and by definition are instable. Then you say that if he broke the world record then by extension of the first statement he should have the highest stable running CPU?

That makes no sense.

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He's saying he has the fastest CPU unstable, and the fastest cpu stable.. lol. For dual core at least.
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Originally Posted by Ropey
You begin by saying that all world records are suicide shots and by definition are instable. Then you say that if he broke the world record then by extension of the first statement he should have the highest stable running CPU?

That makes no sense.

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In a way it does.
But its flawed logic.
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i read about some guy in china doing this like months ago. different CPU tough
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Originally Posted by Ropey
You begin by saying that all world records are suicide shots and by definition are instable. Then you say that if he broke the world record then by extension of the first statement he should have the highest stable running CPU?

That makes no sense.

R
I'm saying, that if staying proportional to high record, he would, in theory, have the highest stable if he has the highest unstable. It's, of course, just a guess, because there's no way to find out what's the highest stable.
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post #10 of 23
i would like to see a cpu-z pic of that
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