- Nov 14, 2007
- 1,773 (0.38/day)
- Detroit, MI
|Processor||Intel i7 4790k|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte z97X-Gaming 7|
|Memory||4x4GB Kingston/Micron DDR3 665mhz 9-9-9-24|
|Video Card(s)||AMD HD7930|
|Storage||Intel 180GB SSD (boot), Intel 240GB SSD, 2x Samsung 512GB SSD's, Hitachi 2TB HDD|
|Display(s)||27" Qnix PLS LCD @1440, 27" Samsung Syncmaster@1080, 24" HP EliteDisplay @1200|
|Power Supply||Corsair Modular HX620w|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro|
CPU3D.comwe only managed to overclock the AMD Phenom via increasing the multiplier from x13 (default) to x15. The MSI K9A2 Platinum motherboard managed well, but it's not a huge overclock. Still, we managed to take the Phenom to 3.0Ghz with rock solid stabilty.
In case anyone was wondering when it might happen. Apparently bumping the multi is a much better way than the fsb...