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sticky cpu overclocking thread?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by tigger, Nov 19, 2006.

  1. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    hi,i was just wondering if we could poss have a/some stickied overclocking threads for each type of cpu?.like intel and amd ones.

    people can post there oc's in the specific thread for their type of chip and we would have a place for people to look and see what others are getting from their chips and at what settings-
    vcore
    fsb
    mem/divider

    maybe like in the intel thread it would have-
    e6300 oc's
    e6400 oc's
    e6600 oc's
    e6700 oc's
    e6800 oc's

    and amd would have-
    amd x2 oc's
    amd a64 oc's

    with all the oc's in the right places it would be invaluable to peolple who are looking to oc their chips.

    if its a crap idea then:ohwell: but what about it?
     
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    That was actually the goal of the OverClock DataBase, and will probably be put in once W1zzard pulls it out of beta.
     
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    It's a good idea nevertheless, we could try i could handle the Pentium D's :)

    But yeah we have the OCDB... :ohwell:
     
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    the ocdb is ok,but they are not arranged in any particular order.is the ocdb database gonna be arranged into groups of cpu type at all?.

    i was just thinking it would be like a kinda quick referance for what cpu and what oc.you have to look at a lot of threads in the ocdb datbase to find what cpu people have got.

    could you make a rule that the name for your ocdb entry has to have the cpu type in it?.
     
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    I agree with the CPU name thing, the OCDB is still in beta we'll make it better :)
     
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    I can only get another 8% out of my cpu @ cas 2.5 - 10% @ cas 3 ddr400

    Would ddr2 667 allow for better oc?
     
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    Yeah it will higher frequency memory allows better OC, that was off-topic keep the thread clean :)
     
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    Thanks canuto, sorry I will keep it clean now I promise :)
     
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