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Intel to Demo SSD Overclocking at IDF 2013

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. Aquinus

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    I love the smell of corrupted data in the morning! Don't you?!
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    Wrong. Haswell allows up to 166 max BCLK. But that can cause PCie instability if you do not tweak it right i'm pretty sure.
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    Not talking about bclk straps (100, 125, 166 and 250 iirc), but the tolerance of the bclk when using any given strap: the same 5-10% max variation from "stock" value ( something like 155 to 175 mhz when using the 166 strap, for example) applies.

    And i'm pretty sure when you're using say the 125 bclk strap, the pci-e bus is still running at 100 mhz...
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    imo , intel has extremely strong guidelines and quality assurance . Im sure they wont release a faulty product that doesnt last long . Maybe they have something up their sleeves .
    But theoretically i do agree with everyone that over clocking or increasing the performance of said "data" is unethical in todays technology ,but before we jump to conclusions i think we should wait and see ..

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