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Old 2nd August 2006, 12:27   #1
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First look at ATI RD600 Conroe chipset

As far as overclocking goes, this has to be one of the biggest surprises of the ATI RD600 chipset. There have been rumors floating around the Web about this but until now all these rumors were from ATI or one of their partners. We are here to tell you, the rumors are true.
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Old 2nd August 2006, 12:30   #2
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We dropped the multiplier back to 6 and set the FSB to 440MHz and the system actually booted – that is 1.86GHz up to 2.64GHz – on a reference motherboard, with stock standard air cooling....We played around with the FSB settings for a while and discovered that 420MHz x 6 (2.52GHz) was very stable
from X-Bit labs with Intel motherboard and E6300:

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As a result, if we set the chipset North Bridge voltage to the maximum, the mainboard would work stably only at 420MHz FSB. We couldn’t get beyond this value for the reasons described above. As for the CPU, its frequency potential was very far from being exhausted. Even with the clock speed of 2.94GHz that was reached as a result of our overclocking experiment, it was still working absolutely stably at its nominal Vcore.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu...o-e6300_8.html


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