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Old 01-04-07, 06:00 PM Thread Starter   #1

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I miss the CPUdatabase

Its been a while...

is a database where you could post your type of cpu and mainboard and overclocking result. this was great, because: when i wanted to know, what motherboard i should buy for a specific cpu type, i just had to look there...

but the database is out of date. noone can update it, because of some errors!?

my question(s):
Will this be fixed??? so the database can be updated again...
is there a similar page out there? a page which is up to date? would be great.
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Old 01-06-07, 07:49 PM   #2

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I used it a lot in the past to get cpu steppings but there was a problem with people putting wildly exaggerated overclocks, I thought they had it all worked out and it was up running again.
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Old 06-02-07, 02:16 PM Thread Starter   #3

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and will it work in the near future again?
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Old 06-04-07, 10:32 PM   #4
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Ahh the good...

Ol days..That is how I got my good cpu's, by looking at the most consistant o'c's and what stepping was used,etc.
As far as the wildly exagerated overclocks, most were self evident..But it was truly a great resource for info, I mean everybody takes their chances, but now all we have is word of mouth. (that is if the database isn't running).
If it is, I would like to post my old 700E PIII @ 1115 on air...This old box will be a handmedown next quarter.


Cpu----Q6600(slacr)GO stepping @3006,1.310vcore
Cooling----AC Freezer 7 Pro
Ram----Kingston HX PC9200 CL5@501mhz 1.9v4-4-4-11
Video card----EVGA 8600GT 604core,803mem
Power----Hipro HP-W700WC3 700w Big and heavy
Generic white case

Frankenputer-- Abit SH6>PIII700E@1136>mushkin PC150>Enermax 431 -450w>SBlive! XGamer> Alpha P3S cooler
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Old 06-05-07, 02:33 AM Thread Starter   #5

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nobody knows?
hm, has anybody admin's contact email?
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