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Old 04-18-07, 11:11 PM   #1
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Default E6320 @ 3780MHz

Thought you guys might enjoy this-

http://xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=140678

They are around 182usd now and that price should fall.

http://www.clubit.com/product_detail...temno=A1938431

http://www.futurepowerpc.com/scripts...E6320&REFID=FR
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Old 04-18-07, 11:26 PM   #2
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Wonder what kind of cooling hes using...
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Default Re: E6320 @ 3780MHz

Not sure and most decent 965 mobos out go over a 500FSB so that's a 3.5GHz 4mb cache C2D for around 182usd.

I am going to get one to play with myself and am debating on the 965 board I am going to order. It's going to be Asus Commando, P5B Deluxe Wifi, or the new DFI Infinity Dark.
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Old 04-18-07, 11:51 PM   #4
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Wow. Those things are cheap.
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Default Re: E6320 @ 3780MHz

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Not sure and most decent 965 mobos out go over a 500FSB so that's a 3.5GHz 4mb cache C2D for around 182usd.

I am going to get one to play with myself and am debating on the 965 board I am going to order. It's going to be Asus Commando, P5B Deluxe Wifi, or the new DFI Infinity Dark.
I love my P5B Deluxe WiFi Flash the bios and then you will have loads of overclocking options!
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Intel is really hitting below the belt....
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Intel is really hitting below the belt....
No kidding. AMD is really trying to compete here, but without a new architecture, they're dead in the water.

Now, if you think about it, AMD did the same thing with the P4/A64 war that went on a few years back. AMD did their best to stick it to intel, and intel competed with mass marketing.

Now that Intel has the upperhand, they are screwing AMD bad. Not only does intel still have mass marketing on their side, but they also have a superior architecture @ soon to be lower prices. That translates into mass amounts of pain for AMD.
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Default Re: E6320 @ 3780MHz

If you are on a budget and aren't looking for an uber OC:

Abit IB9 75usd with rebate-
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813127018

E4300 118usd-
http://www.mwave.com/mwave/skusearch...iteria=BA23401

I'd guess 3.0GHz-3.4GHz with the above. X-bit review of E4300-

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu...duo-e4300.html
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Old 04-23-07, 03:56 AM   #9
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luck of draw man ...
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Old 04-27-07, 12:53 AM   #10
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Default Re: E6320 @ 3780MHz

I got an E6320 and a QuadGT to play with. It looks like this particular chip has a 3465MHz limit.



It does 3150MHz without vcore increases fine. 3465MHz takes 1.53v to hold. I got the QuadGT plus the E6320 to build a second rig. I wanted 3.5 out of it and I guess I am not that far off.

I decided to try my E6600 in the QuadGT and was able to cold boot this-



I've booted the E6600 up to 3.9GHz on the QuadGT and it will do that on any mobo with the right voltage. I am testing with regular Win XP and two sticks of ram to make sure I don't gimp my OC. I'll try 4 x 1GB and Vista later.
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Damit ... how the hell are you all gettting such nice overclocks on the E6600 with so little voltage. I am at 1.425 Volts just to stay stable above 3Ghz!!
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No kidding. AMD is really trying to compete here, but without a new architecture, they're dead in the water.

Now, if you think about it, AMD did the same thing with the P4/A64 war that went on a few years back. AMD did their best to stick it to intel, and intel competed with mass marketing.

Now that Intel has the upperhand, they are screwing AMD bad. Not only does intel still have mass marketing on their side, but they also have a superior architecture @ soon to be lower prices. That translates into mass amounts of pain for AMD.


along with the disaster that is the 2900 HD XTX.
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