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  1. kyle2020 Guest

    expect even higher scores on thursday then :D
     
  2. alexp999

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    I can see I'm going to have to end up buying the HR-03-GTX for myself at this rate. :rolleyes:
     
  3. kyle2020 Guest

    hey, ill do a proper review on thursday, let that be your decision maker :D
     
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    We really need a User Review Section
     
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    I know, have you PMed W1zz about it?
     
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    Yeah he said he didnt like the idea :(
     
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    Im up for it, get a petition going.

    Also, gunna try to break 4GHz on super low volts tonight.

    And, you know you wanna fellas.
     
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    Wish there was something on there you were looking for which I had to sell, I need monies :(
     
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    Offer me something... i may need it.
     
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    All I have is 2 x 1GB DDR2 XMS2, a s478 Intel Cooler and an AGP 9600 Pro 256mb, lol.
     
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    lol, maybe not then, haha.
     
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    Exactly. :rolleyes: lol
     
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    Alex, i noticed my highest fsb had not been added. I edited my post to show the pic properly. Page 13, post 308. :toast:
     
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    You people talking about KFC the other day made me crave it...I had to go with the girlfriend last night and get a 15 piece bucket. :roll:


    Ace, this is your screenshot of 550fsb so Alex don't need to go looking...and its on page 11 not 13. :)
    [​IMG]
     
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    Good to see us P45 folk still kicking along :D A small challenge to all: Make me proud, and break 600FSB!
     
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    when i can be arsed, i'll aim for the 600FSB break too.

    Busy looking/buying things at the moment.

    Oh and Alex, i have the 1901 BIOS.
     
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    First post updated, did I miss anyone?

    And @ aCid888*, ace80s post was on page 13 for me, it depends what settings you have in the User CP :)
     
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    I have it displaying more posts per page....I totally forgot about that :laugh:

    Either way, I posted the SS here so you didn't need to go looking to verify it. :)
     
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    *Looks at his E5200 and sighs*

    The highest FSB I got was 420, and it could not load windows.

    I might go hunting for second hand quad cores.
     
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    Cheers for that but I had to find it anyway as I link back to it in the first post

    :toast:
     
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    Get a E8400 and be happy.

    Old quads aren't the way to go for high-fsb speeds, you need 45nm quads to break 4GHz easily and they aren't cheap.
     
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    We have quite a few high clocked Q6600s in the Highest FSB scores.

    Still the best VFM quad IMO. I cant justify the extra on a 45nm, not that I wouldnt have one if I found a good deal :D
     
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    Q6600's are great, but top out usually around 3.6GHz for an older one with acceptable volts.

    E8400 will live 24/7 @ 2000fsb/4GHz very happily and unless you spunk the extra cash on a 45nm quad I can't see a point in getting one....65nm are harder to cool, give less returns for the volts you give them and are old now.

    I like my dual's as clocking is fun and getting high GHz is always exciting. :toast:


    Here's a SS so you can add what BIOS version I use.
    [​IMG]
     
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    High Clocks are fun, but I havent really seen much benefit in exceeding 3.6 GHz, i didnt even really notice a difference from 3.2 to 3.6.

    Its only nice having over 3.6 for benches and e-penis. I only took my Q6600 to 4 GHz for those reasons, lol.
     

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