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Overclock Database 2.0
« on: 30-April-07, 13:11:19 »

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Hello, welcome to the overclock database.

The database contains user name, followed by CPU, core, model # and speed. Post your overclock suicide/stable, whatever your preference.

You're welcome to show off your overclock here. :-))

If you want on the % list use Everest to tell you what your % OC is and post a screenshot. I am not going to calculate % OC for you.



           All candidates for listing must be with MSI motherboard.

                                     
                              CPU Database
        You must post a cpu-z validation link to get yours listed.
These are all with air or liquid/water cooling with exceptions noted in 5K+ list.



                                            5000+


                                                                                                                                         
1 - thebanik w/Ph ll X4 965 @______________________6579 MHz
     LN2/790FX-GD70         
2 - Evocarlos w/ i5 660 X2 @______________________ 6088 MHz
     Phase change refrigeration/P55-GD85     
3 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5737 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)
4 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5733 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
5 - xbeatX w/ i7-2700K @_________________________5731 MHz
     Chilled water/P67A-GD65 (B3)
6 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @___________________5559 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
7 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5543 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65
8 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5539 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65 (B3)
9 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5536 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
10 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @__________________5532 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)




                                        Top 10 (%)



1 - Lt_JWS w/ Core 2 E4300 Allendale @ __________100% (tied)
2 - Bio-Hazard w/ Core 2 Duo Allendale E4300 @ ____100% (tied)
3 - Quadrifoglio Verde w/ E4300 @ _______________95%
4 - AaronYuri w/ Core 2 Duo Conroe E6600 @ ______86% 
5 - aicjofs w/ Opteron Toledo 165 @ ______________78% 
6 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 920 @ __________________71%
7 - Jack t.N. w/ C2D e6600 @ ___________________68%
8 - flobelix w/ Opteron 165 Denmark @ ____________64% 
9 - DryHeat w/ Core 2 Duo Allendale E6300 @ _______60% 
10 - Exo w/ Opteron Toledo 165 @ ________________56% 
 



                                              Intel



1 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5737 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)
2 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5733 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
3 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @_________________________5559 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
4 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5543 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65
5 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5536 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
6 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @_________________________5532 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)
7 - Sea Dog w/ i7 2700K @______________________________5510 MHz
     P67A-GD65 (B3)
8 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 990X @__________________________5424 MHz
     Big Bang-XPower
9 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K@_________________________5414 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65 (B3)
10 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K@________________________5407 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65 (B3)




                                               AMD





1 - damric w/FX-4100 __________________________5229MHz
     890FXA-GD65
2 - mrinfinit3 w/Ph II X4 965 @___________________4715 MHz
     chilled methanol~870-G45
3 - damric w/Athlon X4 860K @___________________4498 MHz
     air~A88X-G45 GAMING
4 - mrinfinit3 w/Ph II X6 1095T @_________________4400 MHz
     NF980-G65/H2O
5 - Thor3666 w/Ph II X4 965 @___________________4200.36 MHz
     K9A2 Platinum
6 - gldndragn w/Ph II X4 965 @___________________4200.21 MHz
     870A Fuzion
7 - PingviN w/Ph II X4 965 @_____________________4060 MHz
     790FX-GD70
8 - Bodhi w/Ph II X2 550 Blk Ed @ ________________4040 MHz
     790FX-GD70
9 - JokersMommy w/Ph II X2 550 Blk Ed @ _________4018 MHz
     790FX-GD70
10- Greyno3 w/Ph II X4 965 @____________________4000 MHz
     790FX-GD70


 
 
 
 


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Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
« Reply #1 on: 30-April-07, 14:36:11 »

I'll play but it's not going to be as much fun for the AMD folk if you do a Top 20.  You can buy Intel CPU's at stock that are faster then most current AMD CPU's can do without dry ice or phase change.  Might want to do 2 lists of AMD and Intel Top 10 instead or maybe a percentage overclock of you CPU over stock.  I imagine we can use a validated CPU-Z instead of a screenshot, same thing.  I only have one MSI entry though(they took too long to realease the P6N or I would have 2 MSI entries)

My MSI MS-7100 powered entry and Opteron 165 now retired. 3202Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=110078

My backup rig.  Asus mainboard with 3.2 P4.  3851Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=138654

The new main rig. Intel mainboard with QX6700, didn't put too much effort into finding the absolute CPUz max.  3859Mhz

http://home.comcast.net/~msibios/qx.jpg





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Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
« Reply #2 on: 30-April-07, 15:00:43 »

In addition to that, any respectable P4 will easily reach higher clock speeds than any current Core 2 Duo. A list containing all AMD and Intel processors would be nothing more than a bunch of numbers in the air...
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Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
« Reply #3 on: 30-April-07, 16:41:35 »

But that's the purpose of it. A bunch of numbers. I shall be specifying CPU type and core. Maybe I'll split down to CPU model if results become deep enough.

I'll change to a seperate top 10 section for AMD then a section for Intel.

I'll do a percentage one too then.

aicjofs, not really about the board/CPU combination etc, it's all about the CPU clock speed.
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« Reply #4 on: 30-April-07, 17:01:37 »

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aicjofs, not really about the board/CPU combination etc, it's all about the CPU clock speed.

I know but since it's an MSI forum I was stating what is MSI and what's not.
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Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
« Reply #5 on: 30-April-07, 17:10:43 »

I know but since it's an MSI forum I was stating what is MSI and what's not.

Fair enough.

What percentage overclock you got, aicjofs?

BTW nice RAM overclock you got there :)
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« Reply #6 on: 30-April-07, 18:28:36 »

Let's see QX6700 is 45%
Opteron 165 was 78%  :shocked:  :shocked:
P4 a meager 20% but hey it's stock cooling.

I guess you mean the DDR2 (because the ZX DDR1's were awesome too)?  Yeah they are sweet, these Crucials are 500Mhz 5-5-5 stock, and they run stable at 530 (1060DDR) 4-4-4 at stock volts(2.2V).

Why is you RAM single channel?(I mean I know your sig says 1 stick but why not 2?)

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« Reply #7 on: 30-April-07, 18:30:55 »

almost stable : http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=192622
i prefer posting near to stable or stable clock than like suggested already clocks that are suicide shots and dont mean nothing.
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« Reply #8 on: 30-April-07, 18:47:35 »

I know I would call it sorta stable as you can boot into Windows and run CPU-Z. :) Why I didn't include my suicide shot of 3.7GHz LOL.

Just POSTing is about 5% stable IMO. Not enough to be listed.

Getting into Windows and running CPU-Z is about 50% stable.

Sweet overclock there BG84. 1.2GHz overclock :biggthumbsup: removed.

Percentage by any chance?

aicjofs,

When I purchased the 1GB stick in November, it cost me £130. I didn't have the budget to afford the £260 DC kit.

BTW, your the top of every list so far :lol_anim:
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« Reply #9 on: 30-April-07, 19:02:27 »

My opteron 165:

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=192630  56% oc
the chip seems to have a 'fsb wall' @ 313 Mhz - Can't go above that no matter what i do, tried 3 boards, lower MP, nothing except massive Vcore helps.  :cry:
Thanks to aicjofs btw for the bios mod wich allows me to select 150Mhz ram divider as the 166Mhz divider doesn't work on this chip.

I'll try to make a 4.3 Ghz suicide shot with my E6700 if i have time - I'm gonne use a spare windows install for that , not currupting my main install  X-((
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« Reply #10 on: 30-April-07, 19:07:35 »

Considering Exo insists on trampling my 3.7GHz... I'll add a Suicide Shot chart too X-((
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« Reply #11 on: 30-April-07, 19:24:11 »

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« Reply #12 on: 30-April-07, 19:31:49 »

My MSI MS-7100 powered entry and Opteron 165 now retired. 3202Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=110078

What Vcore was that ? Was it stable ?
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« Reply #13 on: 30-April-07, 19:32:16 »

No need to be so harsh there. It's all fun and games.

If you wish so...

Note to everyone: DON'T post if you don't want to be added. It makes me not waste my time, thank you.
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« Reply #14 on: 30-April-07, 20:21:32 »

I don't want to enter, but...Don't make me whip out my e-peen! I have a 3000+ Venice benchable at 3150Mhz, an Opteron 146 benchable at 3400Mhz, a Sempron at 28somethingMhz and a 1600Mhz Duron that benched at 2550Mhz...My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz.

C'mon guys, let's see some clocks!!!
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« Reply #15 on: 30-April-07, 20:58:55 »

SillySlider03,

It isn't a competition, there is no prize. It's just so people can compare their overclock to others. That was my intention of starting this topic anyway...
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« Reply #16 on: 30-April-07, 21:55:44 »

SillySlider03,

It isn't a competition, there is no prize. It's just so people can compare their overclock to others. That was my intention of starting this topic anyway...

I understand it isn't a competition and is just for fun.

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« Reply #17 on: 30-April-07, 22:15:49 »

Your wish is my command   :hat tip: You know you cant hide from me.....  :lol_anim:

2.8Ghz 1.35vcore in bios with my purdy new 3600+ Brisbane :D



My old E4300 @ 3.6Ghz



and my POS celeron 331 @ 4.3Ghz

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« Reply #18 on: 30-April-07, 22:38:34 »

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What Vcore was that ? Was it stable ?


I think the 3.2Ghz was 1.65V maybe, whatever it was it was alot.  Only a screenshot.  It could bench at 3.15Ghz, and was stable at 3.1Ghz at 1.6V.  But it ran 3.0 at a lower 1.525V so I ran that most of the time.  Like this QX6700, it's prime stable at 3806 at 1.57V but is also stable at 3.66 at 1.5V, when you have a 24/7 rig it seems senseless to give huge amounts of voltage for tiny mhz gains.


@BG84 and Aaron:  I think you 2 are just having a misunderstanding we are just having fun here. 

@SillySider03:
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My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz.
I thought the WR was just under 3500.   :biggthumbsup:

@Lt_JWS:  Those are some pretty numbers all the way around.



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« Reply #19 on: 01-May-07, 03:44:50 »

My highest OC which booted and validated (but fails Orthos) on the Opteron "Denmark" 185 is 3000Mhz (15%).
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=183433

Will have to play with the multi and voltages when I get the time (PS - for Folding SMP I run at 2880).
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« Reply #20 on: 01-May-07, 05:48:24 »

OK, if you want to get added, say so.

@BG84 and Aaron:  I think you 2 are just having a misunderstanding we are just having fun here.

I am trying to just play a little game, but BG84 seems to be taking it seriously.

Keep the numbers rolling people! :)
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« Reply #21 on: 01-May-07, 05:58:09 »

My highest OC which booted and validated (but fails Orthos) on the Opteron "Denmark" 185 is 3000Mhz (15%).
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=183433

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« Reply #22 on: 01-May-07, 06:43:31 »


@Lt_JWS:  Those are some pretty numbers all the way around.


Thanks mate  :biggthumbsup:
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« Reply #23 on: 01-May-07, 09:23:51 »

Sorry, should have said - Please add me, thanks.

Added mate. :)

I listed a "Toledo" core, validation is showing "Toledo" anyway.
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« Reply #24 on: 01-May-07, 10:27:13 »

I don't want to enter, but...Don't make me whip out my e-peen! I have a 3000+ Venice benchable at 3150Mhz, an Opteron 146 benchable at 3400Mhz, a Sempron at 28somethingMhz and a 1600Mhz Duron that benched at 2550Mhz...My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz.

C'mon guys, let's see some clocks!!!

"My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz."
nice :biggthumbsup:

have fun mates :D  :hat tip:

here is mine:

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« Reply #25 on: 01-May-07, 11:11:00 »

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« Reply #26 on: 01-May-07, 14:46:19 »

I don't recall calling you a liar? I never wrote that anywhere.

BG84, I'm not here to argue and act like little kids would.

But a point I would like to state is:

You are obliging things on false pretenses, I never called you a liar or doubted your integrity. I simply thought you wanted to play along and you reacted the wrong way.

If I am the little kid, think twice about acting immature. Being ageist will get you no where with me. I have no further points to make or state.

I believe you have misunderstood what I first stated.

@BK, you messed with the cvf file didn't you? :lol_anim:
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« Reply #27 on: 01-May-07, 14:58:11 »

@BK, you messed with the cvf file didn't you? :lol_anim:
ehh.., :D ofcourse not :yes: (have a try it..., you can't validate result if you try to play with it)
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« Reply #28 on: 01-May-07, 15:00:18 »

ehh.., :D ofcourse not :yes: (have a try it..., you can't validate result if you try to play with it)

Your lying... I know it! X-(( :lol_anim:

If your not: how do you explain a Pentium 6 8500+ then BK? ;-))
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« Reply #29 on: 01-May-07, 15:01:49 »


@SillySider03:  I thought the WR was just under 3500.   :biggthumbsup:


Actually, you are right on. I think his highest validated screen was 3497Mhz.

LT!!! I didn't know you posted here...Good to see ya bud - show'em how it's done  :biggthumbsup:
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« Reply #30 on: 01-May-07, 15:18:41 »

Your lying... I know it! X-(( :lol_anim:

If your not: how do you explain a Pentium 6 8500+ then BK? ;-))

"Your lying... I know it! X-(( :lol_anim:"
nop :lol_anim: not in that way, you can check that personally by trying to play with it.

"If your not: how do you explain a Pentium 6 8500+ then BK? ;-))"

well since i saw yesterday ppl are talking about AMD Pentium 4 (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=107987.0),
why not to exist AMD Pentium 6 then, just for fun.
to be serious its a true result, but fake in same time. e.g. one funny illusion :-))
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« Reply #31 on: 01-May-07, 15:23:42 »

well since i saw yesterday ppl are talking about AMD Pentium 4 (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=107987.0),
why not to exist AMD Pentium 6 then, just for fun.
to be serious its a true result, but fake in same time. e.g. one funny illusion :-))


BK, you sure know how to make a man giggle to himself. :lol_anim:

I'll drop you in on the list then, mate?

Off topic: I wonder if an AMD Pentium will ever exist :think: LOL
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« Reply #32 on: 01-May-07, 15:32:36 »

BK, you sure know how to make a man giggle to himself. :lol_anim:

I'll drop you in on the list then, mate?

Off topic: I wonder if an AMD Pentium will ever exist :think: LOL
"I'll drop you in on the list then, mate?"
yep would be nice, thanks  :-)) OC % are: 30.92%, CPU exact freq: 2880.147705 Mhz
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« Reply #33 on: 01-May-07, 15:38:12 »

yep would be nice, thanks  :-)) OC % are: 30.92%, CPU exact freq: 2880.147705 Mhz

Done, mate. :)
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« Reply #34 on: 01-May-07, 20:15:59 »

Be'ing I dont have internet at home all have to bring it back to the shop to validate but here it is
AMD 148opty @2.92Mhz 1.45v 272x11multi 180mem divider
booted windows and cpu-z, failed any benches
settled for 263x11= 2.893Mhz solid with my mem at ddr480 something

Thats on my new DFI expert, couldn't get any higher than 2.8 on my MSI k8n SLI.
If ya keep the thread going, I'll validate this weekend.
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« Reply #35 on: 01-May-07, 20:55:29 »

I forgot my Opty 148 :)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=101015

Without the IHS, watercooled  :hat tip:
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« Reply #36 on: 02-May-07, 09:14:11 »

AMD 148opty @2.92Mhz 1.45v 272x11multi 180mem divider
booted windows and cpu-z, failed any benches
settled for 263x11= 2.893Mhz solid with my mem at ddr480 something

Thats on my new DFI expert, couldn't get any higher than 2.8 on my MSI k8n SLI.
If ya keep the thread going, I'll validate this weekend.
henrythe9th

PS: I want one of those AMD pentium's 6's, sounds like thats the one to have!!!

I didn't know an Opty could be so slow, mate? 2.92MHz :lol_anim: Record for world's slowest Opty!!! :bonk:

Only joking man :biggthumbsup:

Thread will be going :) (I hope so anyway)

Remember guys, if you wanna get added you have to say so!! :)
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« Reply #37 on: 02-May-07, 11:28:06 »

Add all my stuff please  ;D
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« Reply #38 on: 02-May-07, 12:35:39 »

Lt_JWS,

I added your Celeron 331 to Intel and your 3600+ to AMD. I didn't add the Core 2, because the Celeron walks all over it :shocked_anim:

Those are some pretty big numbers, mate :photo:

Any percentages to en role?
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« Reply #39 on: 03-May-07, 04:44:41 »

I listed a "Toledo" core, validation is showing "Toledo" anyway.

CPUz lists my Opteron 185 as Toledo (it is E6) but both Everest and CBid list it as a Denmark core. Perhaps you could also add me to the AMD and Percentage lists (15%), thanks.
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« Reply #40 on: 03-May-07, 15:13:44 »

CPUz lists my Opteron 185 as Toledo (it is E6) but both Everest and CBid list it as a Denmark core.

Fair enough, must be a detection problem in CPU-Z.

Perhaps you could also add me to the AMD and Percentage lists (15%), thanks.

Sorry about that, was in a slight rush, had to be somewhere. Done now mate :biggthumbsup:
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« Reply #41 on: 05-May-07, 14:22:35 »

Lt_JWS,
Any percentages to en role?

I guess you could add the E4300... it was an 100% overclock   ;D
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« Reply #42 on: 05-May-07, 16:56:48 »

Lt_JWS,

Just wondering, but do you operate your rigs in a freezer or something? :lol_anim:

Shall add it mate.
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« Reply #43 on: 08-May-07, 03:07:24 »

I managed to overclock my Core2 Duo E6400 from 2.13GHz to 3.2GHz stable, which is a 50% overclock.
The FSB went up from 266 to 400.

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« Reply #44 on: 08-May-07, 14:40:36 »

Lt_JWS,

Just wondering, but do you operate your rigs in a freezer or something? :lol_anim:

Shall add it mate.

Nope... just normal air cooling  :biggthumbsup: ... but thats not a bad idea :lol_anim:  I got the E4300 up to 3.8Ghz but it wouldn't go into windows  :undecided:
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« Reply #45 on: 08-May-07, 20:56:42 »

Nope... just normal air cooling  :biggthumbsup: ... but thats not a bad idea :lol_anim:

I dread to see what you'l hit if you do...

"Oh look everybody I hit 10GHz... With the use of a freezer! ;D" :lol_anim:

bishbosh, I'll add yours tomorrow, time for me to get some sleep.

Done! :)
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« Reply #46 on: 22-May-07, 22:12:15 »

Hi all...

I looked at this post hoping to see how people were doing with the E6600, but didn't see any E6600s listed.
So I figured I might as well do a modest overclock and post it...

E6600@3600Mhz  50% overclock

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=200505

Please add it to the list
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« Reply #47 on: 24-May-07, 17:59:14 »

E6600@3600Mhz  50% overclock

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=200505

Please add it to the list

Done mate :)
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« Reply #48 on: 25-May-07, 05:34:06 »

Hmm on a 975x board.. anyone got easy 400+ FSB on a P6N?
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« Reply #49 on: 25-May-07, 18:54:01 »

This will be my setting for now:

E4300 @ 3150 MHz - 75% OC

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