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|12th August 2008, 16:31||#1|
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Intel E8600 E0 Stepping Overclocks to 4.9Ghz on WC
With both CPU's stock core voltage being 1.24v, it was an easy comparison. The E3110 (C0) achieved a stable overclock of 3.51GHz (390 x 9.) While the E8600 (E0) was able to obtain nearly identical FSB speeds at stock core voltage resulting in a core speed of 3.93Ghz (393 x 10) rock solid stable.
The overclock attained at this voltage is referenced in the benchmark graphs as “24/7 Overclock” which equates to a 100% stable system with 1.4v vCore or less. Without being able to bump the CPU VTT, the E3110 was able to achieve an overclock of 4.0GHz (445 x 9) for 24/7 usage. With even less voltage (1.392v) the E8600 was able to achieve a whopping 4.50GHz (450 x 10) that was 100% stable and remains stable through (currently 5 hours 40 minutes) of OCCT testing. 4.75Ghz stable for 1 hour OCCT and every bench I've thrown at it with 1.456vcore!
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