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|9th February 2011, 20:54||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2004
New L046B632 2600K ...
As I mentioned in the HWBOT batch thread earlier: tested a new L046B632 2600K from Tones.be. I was hoping to stumble upon one of those magical 5.8G chips, but unfortunatelly this particular sample isn't overclocking so very well. So far, it's the only OC result I've seen with this FPO, so you might go for it anyway and hope you have more than I .
Max of the CPU is ~ 5150MHz (no OS at 52x100). BCLK ~ 106MHz.
Here are some pictures:
And a SuperPI-32M result:
Hopefully more luck in the future .
Last edited by Massman : 9th February 2011 at 20:58.
|10th February 2011, 20:43||#4|
Join Date: May 2002
That's indeed a bad chip.
Try to swap it with another one, they have about 150 on stock
Last edited by Gamer : 10th February 2011 at 20:46.
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