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I'll be getting a new cpu soon, but I must say it's kind of fun trying to oc this E6300 with its crappy 7 multiplier
I mean it got me to 4.126ghz so i'm not complaining.
 

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I'll be getting a new cpu soon, but I must say it's kind of fun trying to oc this E6300 with its crappy 7 multiplier
I mean it got me to 4.126ghz so i'm not complaining.
Wow 4.126ghz !?!!


that's amazing! You must have a good batch...my mobo probably would hold me back from 4ghz. I've hit 3.15 very stable (not completely tested), but I stopped because of temps...I'll go for it again once I finish setting up my new cooling system.
 

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Wow! thnx for the information i'm gonna use it buying my new e8500 with 9,5x multiplier!
(Rep for you)

Do you know the difference between Extreme Core2Duo and Core2Duo why is the Extreme Core2Duo much more expensive?
 

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Wow! thnx for the information i'm gonna use it buying my new e8500 with 9,5x multiplier!
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Do you know the difference between Extreme Core2Duo and Core2Duo why is the Extreme Core2Duo much more expensive?
Extreme ones have unlocked multiplier (they go up to 12x or 13x if I remember right), thus allowing easier/better overclocks. And of course they come with a bigger epeen.


For a normal user, there's really no need for Extreme's multiplier, since you won't be running a much higher 24/7 clock anyway. Many extreme overclockers use them though.
 

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Extreme ones have unlocked multiplier (they go up to 12x or 13x if I remember right), thus allowing easier/better overclocks. And of course they come with a bigger epeen.


For a normal user, there's really no need for Extreme's multiplier, since you won't be running a much higher 24/7 clock anyway. Many extreme overclockers use them though.

Ok, i want a 24/7 overclock not an extreme record overclock. THNX for the info i didn't know they've had unlocked multipliers....
 

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Are there any OC tests of the E4700 online, yet?

13 Multi means 4GHz at 308FSB, question is will it stand this o_O ...
 

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Are there any OC tests of the E4700 online, yet?

13 Multi means 4GHz at 308FSB, question is will it stand this o_O ...
From my experience with the Allendale core, they usually have a fairly low FSB wall, at just over 400FSB or so. Multiplier might overcome that, but they've also shown a need for heavy voltage over 3.4-3.5GHz.
 

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Very nice. So basically a Q9650 is just two of my CPUs put togehter? Saweet.
 

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are we sure thats what the Q9650 really is? or just guessing.

I will say the Q9650 is a BEAST. and I love it.
 

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What about Q6-line?


Nevermind, I thought the 7x, 8x etc meant like Q7-whatever.

Then I re-read and realized it was multiplier.

I'll scurry away now.
 

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Core 2
LGA 775, by multiplier (Extreme by process)

Dual Core CPUs:
  • 7x
    E6300 (2MB L2, 1.86GHz, 1066 FSB)
    X3040 (2MB L2, 1.86GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E6320 (4MB L2, 1.86GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E6550 (4MB L2, 2.33GHz, 1333 FSB)
    X3065 (4MB L2, 2.33GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 8x
    E1200 (512KB L2, 1.60GHz, 800 FSB)
    E2140 (1MB L2, 1.60GHz, 800 FSB)
    E6400 (2MB L2, 2.13GHz, 1066 FSB)
    X3050 (2MB L2, 2.13GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E6420 (4MB L2, 2.13GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E6750 (4MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333 FSB)
    X3075 (4MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333 FSB)
    E8200 (6MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 8.5x
    E8300 (6MB L2, 2.83GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 9x
    E2160 (1MB L2, 1.80GHz, 800 FSB)
    E4300 (2MB L2, 1.80GHz, 800 FSB)
    E6600 (4MB L2, 2.40GHz, 1066 FSB)
    X3060 (4MB L2, 2.40GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E6850 (4MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
    X3085 (4MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
    E8400 (6MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
    E3110 (6MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 9.5x
    E7200 (3MB L2, 2.53GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E8500 (6MB L2, 3.16GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 10x
    E1400 (512KB L2, 2.00GHz, 800 FSB)
    E2180 (1MB L2, 2.00GHz, 800 FSB)
    E4400 (2MB L2, 2.00GHz, 800 FSB)
    E6700 (4MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1066 FSB)
    X3070 (4MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E7300 (3MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1066 FSB)
    E8600 (6MB L2, 3.33GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 10.5
    E7400 (3MB L2, 2.80GHz, 1066 FSB)
  • 11x
    E2200 (1MB L2, 2.20GHz, 800 FSB)
    E4500 (2MB L2, 2.20GHz, 800 FSB)
    E7500 (3MB L2, 2.93GHz, 1066 FSB)
  • 12x
    E4600 (2MB L2, 2.40GHz, 800 FSB)
  • 12.5x
    E5200 (2MB L2, 2.50GHz, 800 FSB)
  • 13x
    E4700 (2MB L2, 2.60GHz, 800 FSB)
    E5300 (2MB L2, 2.60GHz, 800 FSB)
  • 13.5
    E5400 (2MB L2, 2.70GHz, 800 FSB)
Quad Core CPUs:
  • 7x
    Q8200 (4MB L2, 2.33GHz, 1333 FSB)
    Q9250 (12MB L2, 2.33GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 7.5x
    Q8300 (4MB L2, 2.53GHz, 1333 FSB)
    Q9300 (6MB L2, 2.53GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 8x
    X3210 (8MB L2, 2.13GHz, 1066 FSB)
    Q9400 (6MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333 FSB)
    X3330 (6MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333 FSB)
    Q9450 (12MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333 FSB)
    X3350 (12MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 8.5x
    Q9550 (12MB L2, 2.83GHz, 1333 FSB)
    X3360 (12MB L2, 2.83GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 9x
    Q6600 (8MB L2, 2.40GHz, 1066 FSB)
    X3220 (8MB L2, 2.40GHz, 1066 FSB)
    Q9650 (12MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
    X3370 (12MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 10x
    Q6700 (8MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1066 FSB)
    X3230 (8MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1066 FSB)
Extreme:
  • 65nm
    X6800 (4MB L2, 2.93GHz, 1066 FSB)
    QX6700 (8MB L2, 2.66GHz, 1066 FSB)
    QX6800 (8MB L2, 2.93GHz, 1066 FSB)
    QX6850 (8MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
  • 45nm
    QX9650 (12MB L2, 3.00GHz, 1333 FSB)
    QX9770 (12MB L2, 3.20GHz, 1600 FSB)

Core i7
LGA 1366

920 (8MB L3, 2.66GHz, 4.8GT/s QPI)
940 (8MB L3, 2.93GHz, 4.8GT/s QPI)

Extreme:
965 (8MB L3, 3.20GHz, 6.4GT/s QPI)
The q6700 should be a 1333mhz fsb i believe
 

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The q6700 should be a 1333mhz fsb i believe
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