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Now I just have to figure out how to get it to become Official.
I don't think that it matters to much. I think that was more for when there was a club for every video card that came out people were making a club for it.
That's not going to be an issue here.
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No biggie. Thanks. I was kinda surprised that you weren't at the top of the list though. You have some splaining to do Lucy.
Well there is a lot of factors, first and foremost how good the chip is, hardware combination, skill, and ballz.
I wish I had more time too, I sold off a bunch of chips that I just never got around to benching.
I think if you had some extra hardware that you don't mind pushing hard you could get there too. The E2** chips are pretty easy to get over 2 GHz on.
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I had one of the first E4300's right after they were released up to 3.45GHz (1.65GHz OC) on a GA-965P-DS3 and a ThermalRight SI-128. If I still had that cpu and put it on my UD3P I might have been able to get a 2GHz OC. But I don't have access to a dice pot or water cooling so it would have to be on air. The only mobo I have that would have a chance is my UD3P, and since it is my main rig I have to be careful with it to some extent. I know the old 965P isn't up to it anymore and I doubt my P35-DS3L is either. The Q6600 I'm running in it now struggles to even boot at the same 3.6GHz that was 24/7 stable on the UD3P. Maybe after the holidays I'll see if I can find a good deal on an E2*** and see what I can do using outdoor cooling.


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I tried to get in here but couldn't do it. Needed 4.8 and stopped at 4.4. Too much vcore for me.

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Yeah. This one is gonna be a toughy. But remember that it doesn't have to be 24/7 Prime Stable. It only needs to be stable long enough to snag a CPU-Z validation. A 5 minute suicide run is about all it takes.
yeah but this is my main rig and it took 1.58v to get 4.4. I tried booting at 4.8 with 1.7v and it was a no go. Got another chip on the way so after that gets here maybe I wont be so hesitant.

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