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Old 24th February 2009, 20:31   #1
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Old 24th February 2009, 20:32   #2
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E8400 at 4Ghz with water cooling, with temps below 50C How to get E8400 over 4Ghz
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This is a joke isn't it ? They try a Q6850 at 3.66ghz, let it BSOD (easy with just not enough Vcore ) and then compare it to an E8400 at 4Ghz ? you can cool that wolfie with a 40 euro cooler at 4GHZ...

Computer Crush ? I thought it was a crash lol...

I want a sample plz, make it two
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4GHz and 50C ... that's not good LOL
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isn't it -50 mate
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I wish it was -50C
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Old 25th February 2009, 09:21   #7
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45nm Dualcore @ 4Ghz running 50c? Certainly some air coolers can do that...
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Rather Lame I'd say. Nice try though.
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