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It looks like overclocked Sandy Bridge Systems might be available on November 15 (searched google for "overclocked Sandy Bridge", this link was #1 on page 1 of Google)

http://www.liquidnitrogenoverclocking.com/index2.shtml

The page points to another hidden page with more information, and it looks like the google webcrawlers found it before they intended to make the announcement.

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The Trinity Plutonium series is the FIRST product line featuring overclocked Intel Sandy Bridge chips, currently being offered on two of the GIGABYTE 6 Series Motherboards.

The long awaited Sandy Bridge comes stock with 3.4 GHz clock rates, but Liquid Nitrogen Overclocking has overclocked the i7-2600K to 4.5 GHz and overclocked the i5-2500K to 4.2 GHz.

Edited by cartaphilus - 11/14/10 at 11:44am
    
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I don't know that this counts as news, but nice find!!!!
 
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Intel® Core™ i7-980X Extreme Edition Gulftown
All 6 cores overclocked to 5.0 GHz
But nice find, should be interesting to to see how multiplier OCing will work.
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post #4 of 29
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I don't know that this counts as news, but nice find!!!!
Google did all the work, all I did was hit "search"



I saw that a Craig's List ad from Chicago was selling an overclocked Sandy Bridge also, how can that be? This was posted on Tom's Hardware, which is a fairly reputable board. Did these Sandy Bridge computers come out already and we missed something?

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/26...g-list-chicago
    
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Oh wow, I completely overlooked that 5.0 GHz Gulftown. That is some serious [expletive deleted]!!
    
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Change title to proper format, include brackets, and also quote the source...
    
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Change title to proper format, include brackets, and also quote the source...
I don't see how to change the title of a post.

I guess Tom's Hardware is the source?
    
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***, is it possible to run phase change coolers for 24/7 operation without worrying about condensation? That 5ghz 24/7 980x is insane.
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what is this, I dont even ? Does anyone know anything about this site, can it be trusted ? If it is true, then those are some sick clock speeds, and those are even the mainstream CPUs. Do want
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http://www.liquidnitrogenoverclocking.com/news_09.shtml

Lawl, look at their Trinity Stealth model. A mATX motherboard with a Sugo SG05? SG05 is ITX only
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