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Guess who just got his AMD64 3200+ over the 3GHz limit?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by adt, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. adt New Member

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    Thats right, ME! :D

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    ... nice Job ADT ... what is the watercooler you're using? Sure that helped ... :)
     
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    nice chip ur having with only 1.76 can clock till 3.0Ghz
     
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    Hi, I'm using a 240mm radiator, Eheim 1048 600 l/h pump, Swiftech MCW600064 CPU block and a AquagrATIx waterblock for my GPU. It's all 3/8"ID, but still, nice temps, I'm aiming for 3,1GHz on a cold day, hehe
     
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    So how would that perform in pentium GHz? Probably coming up to 4.5GHz isn't it?
     
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    Damn, I forgot to check the P-rating, but it ain't really relevant because it would't run anything stressing the CPU too much anyway...
     
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    If any of you have a list of programs you want me to run with the max overclock, please post it. I could compare the stock speed against the max overclock, and calculate the differences in percent. If you could tell me where to download them too, it would make the job a bit easier :)
     
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