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Old 27th October 2002, 15:58   #1
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th7-II with 2.66 and radeon 9700 max OC : 3200 mhz

same voltage it7 max 2 and radeon 9700 : 3650 mhz

th7-II with riva tnt2 : 3400 mhz

it7 max 2 with tnt2 : 3650 mhz



th7-II : very bad cpu overclocker...

the fact is... with synchronous ddr you need at least 200 more mhz to beat the th7-II even at 3*fsb...


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Old 27th October 2002, 18:25   #2
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time to overclock your prometeia
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prometheia is losing power I think... starting temps are perfect (-46/-23) but under stress at 3500 mhz they tend to decrease quite a lot, more than I'm used to.
comp goes to -17 under stress...cpu to -3...
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and then a leak starts and hoses your entire system :/
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Old 28th October 2002, 15:43   #5
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Build your own phase change cooling
Cheaper (if you're lucky) and performs better (if you do it right, or let someone make you one)
 
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