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[ASUS]Duck's i7 hits 5.5GHz...

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by InnocentCriminal, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. InnocentCriminal

    InnocentCriminal Resident Grammar Amender

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    Posted over at Bit-Tech, they're reporting that the Japanese overclocker duck has managed to reach 5.5GHz on the i7 965 housed in a ROG Rampage II Extreme motherboard...

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    Thanks for the news!
     
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    Hmm..doesnt say the voltage for that at all. WEll done to Duck though, if its true.
     
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    I think the newest CPU-Z might have an issue, it isn't reporting my voltage for anything I have validated either.
     
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    Very promising chip.;)
     
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    That's great.
    But certainly not as awesome as when he oc'd that P4 to 8Ghz...

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    I just seen that he got beaten...

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