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Entry level Core i7 920 quite the clocker

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  1. tofu

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    That is an Engineering Sample. >.< LAME
     
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    wow thats good whats ur sci mark score with the proc?
     
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    Please read the post before responding... he doesn't own the proc...
     
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    I must say, I didn't notice that at first. But it does give an indication that the QPI frequency won't be a limiting factor to i7 overclocks.

    Not my i7. Oh how do I wish it was :laugh:
     
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    my bad
     
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    Yeah I posted a thread about Bit-Tech's bash at OC'ing the 920. I was planning on getting the 920 anyway, but the fact it can hit 4GHz is pretty freakin' sweet! I'm waiting for reviews of Foxconn's Bloodrage now.
     

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