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Old 09-24-2007, 05:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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First look: Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6 + E6700 @ 4.22GHz water cooled - Feature - CPUs, motherboards, overclocking and cooling - www.atomicmpc.com.au

wow thats an amazing overclock.....also its a preview of the x38's amazingness... i need to get it... (pulls out heist plans)
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Heist plans? *turns on fabrication machines*
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heist plans? what heist plans, nobody said anything about heist plans... (hiding heist plans)
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Holly cowwwwwwww

An E6700 at 4.44ghz. Mm Mm baby.

So I wonder what could be expected with a good air cooler? 4.0ghz? 4.1ghz?
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So I wonder what could be expected with a good air cooler? 4.0ghz? 4.1ghz?
Probably more like 3.8. Water is many more times effiecent than air at cooling.
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Holly cowwwwwwww

An E6700 at 4.44ghz. Mm Mm baby.

So I wonder what could be expected with a good air cooler? 4.0ghz? 4.1ghz?
4.22 ghz actually.. but 220mhz isn't a big deal anyways... hmm.. people say that the e4500 overclocks like mad... lets see if i can find more stuff like this..

also I'd say more like 4.0ghz...... why? because its the new x38 chipset... which is supposed to overclock better than the p35..
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I would really like to see what they could have done with a G0 dual core (preferably the E6850) rather than an outdated B2 stepping dual core...
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wow... a genuine noob to intel, but I really wan't to crossover, might go ahead and find a c2de or a quad and oc it...
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The very near future(and my avatar) is telling me to stick with AM2+ and AMD, and I will show Intel some very stiff competition.
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hmm wonder why they didnt use the e6750
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