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Old 18th September 2009, 11:59   #21
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Ola ola Don't tell Diegis0n what? "The game has changed"?
 
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Maybe it's my spliff pulling a trick on me, but i sure as hell am confused

PS: been playing with a 750 myself the past hours on a P55M UD2.
Though it's the cheapest mobo out there and doesn't have fancy options, i got to 4.4ghz in a flash.
That is also where i had to stop, on a stock cooler it's not that willing

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Maybe it's my spliff pulling a trick on me, but i sure as hell am confused

PS: been playing with a 750 myself the past hours on a P55M UD2.
Though it's the cheapest mobo out there and doesn't have fancy options, i got to 4.4ghz in a flash.
That is also where i had to stop, on a stock cooler it's not that willing
That's around 210 BCLK right? It's not the cooling, it's the silicon of your cpu
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That's around 210 BCLK right? It's not the cooling, it's the silicon of your cpu
Yes it is, what do you mean "it's the silicon"
 
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most of the lynnfield chips max out at around 205-210 bclk on air cooling
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most of the lynnfield chips max out at around 205-210 bclk on air cooling
need more cold, most love single stage for max bclk testing .
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Even single stage doesn't max out the chips; you need actual LN2 to max out any lynnfield.

Or a crappy cascade of course
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Even single stage doesn't max out the chips; you need actual LN2 to max out any lynnfield.

Or a crappy cascade of course
it still do's the stuff for needed testing .
still cheaper on year base then LN2 , when game rig is done il rebench.
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