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Old 08-15-09, 07:14 PM Thread Starter   #1
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What is the fastest OC ever?!?


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Old 08-15-09, 08:30 PM Thread Starter   #3
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P4... uhh Phenom 4? what is that? lol, me=noob!
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Old 08-15-09, 08:37 PM Thread Starter   #5
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oh, roflcopter! I was like, "P4? I must get myself some of this magical P4!"
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Old 08-15-09, 08:38 PM   #6
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P4... uhh Phenom 4? what is that? lol, me=noob!
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hehe, you're sooo old
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Old 08-16-09, 05:49 PM   #9
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8192mhz on a P4, a 630 or 631 i think.

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8180Mhz on a 641 according to hwbot (2nd post link).

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P4... uhh Phenom 4? what is that? lol, me=noob!
LOL we're not that old! Thats hilarious dude. My god...

Well it depends what you think about as the fastest OC... for pure clock speed it'd be an older p4 or whatev, but depends how you look at the fastest OC. (where multi-cores stack). So a quad at 4000 mhz is 16000 mhz.. I suppose. If you'd think about it that way lol. *shrug*

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Old 08-17-09, 04:12 PM Thread Starter   #13
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Ah, yeah, that makes sense. Beacause you can OC the single core chips higher because they don't generate as much heat at the multi cores... right?
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So a quad at 4000 mhz is 16000 mhz.. I suppose. If you'd think about it that way lol. *shrug*
Only ebay sellers and dolts think of it that way.

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Only ebay sellers and dolts think of it that way.
lol yup. just making a point lol. note the 'if youd think about it that way' lol.

Hopefully some new chip coming out can beat out the record... would be interesting to see.

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Ah, yeah, that makes sense. Beacause you can OC the single core chips higher because they don't generate as much heat at the multi cores... right?
Well, the P4's were on a much larger process than today's processors are so that along with the lower transistor count means more oc' potential. Amd is getting close with their quad cores though! Broke 7ghz on a retail 45nanometer quad!

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Well, the P4's were on a much larger process than today's processors are so that along with the lower transistor count means more oc' potential. Amd is getting close with their quad cores though! Broke 7ghz on a retail 45nanometer quad!
What about disabling the other 3 cores and OC'ing only the one? wouldn't this yield a higher gain? Or is that only theoretical; and in practice its still limited?

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Well, in theory it could work, but the fact remains that the process shrink means there are more transistors to actuate meaning it is harder in the end to achieve those higher speeds.

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Hmmm, looks like they don't know how to take screenshots. I'm guessing its actually not valid?

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http://www.chotocheeta.com/2009/01/2...-world-record/
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thats the highest Quad core at 6.5 which was stable but they used like... a tank of LN2 and Liquid Helium to go below 200 celcius... and they played games fine...

http://www.techpowerup.com/index.php?98692
I guess these was 7.0ghz I didn't know about


Pentium 4 8ghz, actual SS that looks like a SS...
http://www.nordichardware.com/news,5505.html

and 8.1ghz :O
http://www.nordichardware.com/news,6423.html



And a failture trying to break 8.2ghz

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My ass, they didn't even boot cuss they spilled ln2.

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