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    Default I love the 9xx Presler cores.

    I overclocked a Pentium D 940 to 4.7GHz using a Cooler Master Mini water cooler and it beat an FX 60 at 3DMark06's CPU test at 51 degrees Celcius.

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    Congratulations.

    Wish I could figgure out how to get a little more out of my processor. Stupid Dell/Pheonix BIOS.

    Mubble Grumbble sonuva piece of...
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    thanks to Silverwmoon!

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    Yeah, a 65nm process core with 2MB of L2 cache per core really does help a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    Yeah, a 65nm process core with 2MB of L2 cache per core really does help a lot.
    with a result like that.. i wonder how the new extreme edition pentium D processor will handle an oc..

    stock clock: 3.4 GHz

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    I wanna Smithfield

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    Only 51 degrees? Try and overclock it to 5GHz Jyuu, if that's possible

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    I can't right now. It's not advisable to increase the voltage to more than 1.6V.

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    char siu bao is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Since when has that stopped you? j/k :P

    Anything over 1.6V will probably fry your CPU along with your mainboard

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    Hah. Some guy one THGForumz bumped his Voltage up to 1.8V and still got to 3.7 or something. Can't remember that well..

 

 

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