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|27th September 2004, 12:38||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
90nm Newcastles Show Up: good for many of you, bad for AMD
He reports doing a quick-and-dirty OC on a 3000+ (1.8GHz actual frequency), with moderate cooling and overvoltage, and got somewhere between 2300-2400 MHz.
Next week, we'll probably get quite a few more reports from those buying the first available, but it's pretty safe to say that the numbers probably won't go up all that much. If you're looking for 2.5GHz from high-end air, well, maybe. If you want 3GHz or close with that kind of cooling, forget about it anytime soon.
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