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Old 08-18-2004, 01:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Please take a look at this website and tell me what these speeds mean. Is it possible?
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No, I would guess someone added the result incorectly.
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that has got to be a mistake!!!
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that's pretty funny.. That can't be real at all lol.. the fastest I know of is that p4 chip that hit like 5.25g or something..
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That is scientifically impossible, the frequencies can't be that high on that architecture, not without hitting a few thousand degrees celsius.
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if I would cool my 200MMX enough and my mobo&CPU would support it...could I OC up to 1000000GHZ?
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The fastest I know of was 3.8Ghz which was oc from 3.4
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i read an article that had an oc of somehting like 5.4 where they had some way out cooling where frost was covering the cpu. how it didn't short it out is beyond me!!
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if I would cool my 200MMX enough and my mobo&CPU would support it...could I OC up to 1000000GHZ?
no. Because of it's architecture, it will be limited.
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