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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

    Next Level Hardware
    Solid State Drive Technology Discussion Thread
    ...3770k@4.5 GHz...Noctua Dh14...Asus z77 dlx...Samsung 840 Pro 256 GB... ARES 8Gb 2x4....
    crossfire 2 x diamond 6970's at stock clocks...4TB x2 in raid 1...corsair hx1050 psu...

    Dominick32 states "Bow down to your SSD god dominick32 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.

    This should help. :) Circa 2010

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    X6800 L623A465
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    Zippy/Emacs 6701P
    Prometeia Mach II

    El<(')>Maxi: I still have your board...and I'm afraid I lost your address so I can't send it back...and my pm box is broken...and I can't remember where the PO is anyway

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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
    Corsair 750TX PSU
    Sparkle 260 GTX (65nm, 216) 696c 1512s 999mem
    BLOCK: Swiftech Apogee GTZ RAD: BIXII REZ: MCRES-Micro rev2 PUMP: Pondmaster 750 FAN: 2 HS Yates CONTROLLER: Modified Evercool WC-202

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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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    Senior Spellcheck greenmaji's Avatar
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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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    CPU: X3220 B3 L640F SL9UP 1.2875 VID - 3.4G [8 X 425] 1.4875V - 44 Idle|62 Load (Core Temp 0.95)
    Mobo: Asus P5B-Dlx Rev 1.03G - AS5 Everything - Bios 0910 Final
    H20: Swiftech: MCP350 --> Two MCR120's in Parallel + Two Enermax 95 CFM --> MCW6000 - AS5
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    HDD: WD 36G SATA-I Raptor
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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

    El<(')>Maxi: I still have your board...and I'm afraid I lost your address so I can't send it back...and my pm box is broken...and I can't remember where the PO is anyway

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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 .
    Core i5 2500K @ 4.6GHz w/ XIGMATEK SD1283 120mm
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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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    Blank Senior Member El<(')>Maxi's Avatar
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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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