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Old 3rd April 2007, 19:49   #1
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Default Overclocking the Intel X6800 with Liquid Nitrogen (LN2)

Using Liquid Nitrogen to control the CPU temperature to gain impressive increases in performances from the highest rated Intel Core 2 CPU. In this article the members of OCTB reach for a new high by chilling an X6800 well below zero.

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this what i have right now with kensfield !
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y90...r/5ghzquad.jpg
u would be ask if i can hit sub 10sec with this cpu i dont know hope so
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how accurate is that Speedfan CPU reading? -111°C
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how accurate is that Speedfan CPU reading? -111C
the reading is right , cold bug on -130C
tube temps on base are 20C lower
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Great article guys
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I hope more fantastic stuff is heading our way. High-end overclocking rocks!
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