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    4Ghz Club [Core 2 Duo]

    Conroe / Allendale Scores Welcomed!

    This thread will retire the 5Ghz Club, which retired the 4ghz thread, and so on . This thread is much more different than the traditional Socket 478 / 6xx series CPUs, since there's so much variation with FSB, cooling, compatability, it would make it much more interesting.

    On a side note, I would also like to see the 500FSB Club made as well. I don't think I have the "credentials" (an 965 board to start) to host it. Feel welcome for suggestions!

    Setup as follows: (As an example)

    CPU: E6700 L624A613 *Retail* (Specify whether it's a Retail, OEM, or ES)
    Motherboard: Asus P5W-DH w/ MX159 (Specify Chipset Cooling Please)
    Memory: 1gb x 2 Teamgroup PC5300 D9s
    PowerSupply: OCZ Powerstream 520W
    Cooling: Scythe Infinity w/ Delta EFB1212SHE (141CFM).

    You can include any benchmarks you please, just as long as you have a 4Ghz shot included;

    SuperPI 1m:

    SuperPI 32m:

    SuperPI 1m #2: (No tweaks)

    SuperPI 32m #2: (@ 1:1)


    24/7 settings in sig.

    4Ghz Club Members:

    1st: xTrEmEoVrClOcKr - E6700 L624A613 *Retail* - 4063Mhz @ 1.65v - Scythe Infinity - Asus P5W-DH

    2nd: dominick32 - E6600 L625 *Retail* - 4410Mhz @ 1.62v - VapoChill Lightspeed - Asus P5W-DH

    3rd: Gautam - X6800 L623A465 *Retail* - 4206Mhz @ 1.65v - Prometeia Mach II - Asus P5W-DH

    4th: Epox4life - E6600 L627A795 *Retail* - 4704Mhz @ 1.93v - Dry Ice - Asus P5B-Dlx

    5th: El<(')>Maxi - CPU: X6800 L627A664 *Retail* - 4095Mhz @ 1.63v - Tuniq Tower - Abit AW9D MAX

    6th: Ross - CPU: E6600 Step 5 *ES* - 4849Mhz - @ 1.66v - Single Stage - Asus P5B-Dlx

    7th: Dragon Heart - CPU: E6600 L628 *Retail* - 4005Mhz @ 1.57v - Ultra 120 - Asus P5W-DH

    8th: WaTTz - CPU: E6700 Step 4 *ES* - 4050Mhz @ 1.65v (BIOS) - Mach1 - Asus P5W-DH

    9th: SuAsDu - CPU: E6400 Step 4 *Retail* - 4407Mhz @ 1.65v (BIOS) - Dry Ice - Asus P5B-Dlx

    10th: crfracer290 - CPU: E6600 L628A *Retail* - 4000Mhz @ 1.62v - WaterCooling - Asus P5W-DH

    11th: before - CPU: E6600 6B0 - 4527Mhz @ 1.70v - Phase (2 Changer) - Asus P5B-Dlx

    12th: nd4spdbh2 - CPU: E6600 L627A795 *Retail* - 4005Mhz @ 1.65v - Ultra120 - Asus P5W-DH

    Keep em' coming guys !
    Last edited by xTrEmEoVrClOcKr; 10-28-06 at 07:29 PM.
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    Senior Solid State Aficionado dominick32's Avatar
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    Great thread.

    CPU: E6600 L625 *Retail*
    Motherboard: Asus P5B-Deluxe w/ Thermalright HR-05 Passive
    Memory: 1gb x 2 Corsair 1066 Extreme
    PowerSupply: Silverstone ST56ZF "Zeus"
    Cooling: Vapochill Lightspeed (currently being modified)

    Max OC is currently 4.41 Ghz, but my motherboard FRIED before I could press Print Screen. lol

    Screenshot is 1.62 volts @ 4.37 Ghz

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    Dominick32 states "Bow down to your SSD god and kiss my feet which are actually made of pure light.
    Jason4207 Responds: "Upon closer inspection to go in for that foot kiss I'm noticing that the 'light' isn't doing you any justice...
    but this should help. ;)

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    CPU: E6600 retail, L627A795
    Motherboard: Asus P5B-Deluxe, HR-05
    Memory: 2gb kit g.skill PC2-6400
    PowerSupply: Enermax 550watt
    Cooling: Dry Ice, Alum Container

    and link http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=478294
    Last edited by Epox4life; 09-25-06 at 03:09 AM.
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    You guys are too 1337.
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    still amazed at 4ghz on air .. wd

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    Anything is possible with 1.65v LOL. Last night @ 4060mhz, my temps were 47c idle and 63c load @ 1.65v actual! I would rather freeze my ass off w/ 59f ambients than having 1.5v 24/7 .
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    Nice clocks guys and HOLY CRAP Epox, 4.7GHz!!! Sweeeet.
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    I tried 1.6 volts. My computer laughed at me like that was reaaaaally funny. Who knows? Maybe 1.65 would do it. But I have really crap cooling...
    Core 4 Q9550 @4003mhz 1.30v
    Core 2 Duo e8400 @ 4.6ghz 1.328v (E0 Stepping)
    Core 2 Duo E6400 @ 3.8ghz 1.525v
    Asus P5Q Pro 2002m @ 515x9 .63x 1.52
    OCZ Fatal1ty Edition 4GB DDR2 5-4-4-18 @ 2.18v w/OCZ XTC Ram Cooler
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    Epox is going to kill his cpu
    Nice job on those 4Ghz guys!

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    Blank Senior Member El<(')>Maxi's Avatar
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    I'm there, need to work on the FSB

    CPU: X6800 retail, L627A664
    Motherboard: Abit AW9D MAX
    Memory: Corsair 6400 C3
    PowerSupply: Custom PCP & C 510
    Cooling: Tuniq Tower
    Vcore: 1.63V

    rdrash - 'I'm gonna intentionally try to kill this CPU with more volts'

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    WOOT!!! Maxi is back and didn't fool around

    Great job guys
    $300 for your CPU
    $500 for your GFX card
    $100 for your memory
    $200 for your motherboard
    $9.99 for your PSU

    Having a CHEAP power supply take out your computer PRICELESS.

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    God those are really sick Spi times!!!

    Good work guys.....trying to justify the $$$ to join you all.

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    You don't EVER sleep do you? That's a blisteringly fast time for such a low FSB, nice job. Week 27 is the newest X68000 I've seen...lots of potential.
    Quote Originally Posted by El<(')>Maxi
    I'm there, need to work on the FSB

    CPU: X6800 retail, L627A664
    Motherboard: Abit AW9D MAX
    Memory: Corsair 6400 C3
    PowerSupply: Custom PCP & C 510
    Cooling: Tuniq Tower
    Vcore: 1.63V


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    Nice job guys! Is this thread for "retails" only? I guess we'll need to make a 5GHz Club thread to replace the 6GHz thread at some point

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    "CPU: E6700 L624A613 *Retail* (Specify whether it's a Retail, OEM, or ES)"

    Submit your results Ross .
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    CPU: E6600 ES, Step 5
    Motherboard: ASUS P5B Deluxe WiFi
    Memory: 2GB Corsair 6400 C3
    PowerSupply: Corsair HX620W
    Cooling: Single stage phase
    Vcore: 1.66V

    Max OC is in sig


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    Nice results Ross, man up and give it 1.93v like Epox did LOL .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam
    You don't EVER sleep do you?
    Not when I got new toys
    rdrash - 'I'm gonna intentionally try to kill this CPU with more volts'

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