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Old 11-06-2003, 04:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Man how the hell can a comp go to 3.8ghz!?!?!?!
And how come it is only this site i have seen this on?
* Intel Pentium 4 HyperThreading CPU accelerated @3.8GHz (3.2GHz native clock speed).

The thing is, I don't know how they can guarentee that a computer is going to overclock at 3.8ghz saying as to how not every processor overclocks the same. People like these are the reason that Intel will probably be placing anti-overclocking technology into their CPUs.

1 Terabyte
7200RPM/ 8MB Buffer
Independent Dual-blade cooling fans per drive.

That must be a damn big case.

I'm not completely sure, but I think that selling modified hardware in bulk quantities (i.e. a retailer) is illegal.
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Old 01-01-2004, 09:08 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Smoke and Mirrors, its the first and only rule to sales. If intel does it the magizines print it and its legit, a start-up tries and they get smeared? Sounds like certain people feel the playground is crowded......
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Old 01-02-2004, 05:44 AM   #13 (permalink)
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if that thing is real, id f***ing die for it lol
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Old 01-03-2004, 11:43 PM   #14 (permalink)
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i read a aritcle on the machine...the case alone costs like 6 grand...the one i read the article on i think in maximum pc runs a p4 overclocked to 3.8 gigs and runs 2gigs or ddr....a nice toy for someone w/ money to burn.
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Old 01-12-2004, 02:20 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Here's the specs on the said computer which is real and the cost range from $2999.99 - $7999.99

3.8GHz* Accelerated Hyper-Threading Intel®
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition CPU w/ 2MB L3 Cache
512K L2 Cache
950MHz** System Bus
PuRam™ No System Hard Drive Configurable
Up to 100 times faster than ATA/SCSI/FC HD based
designs with Data Burst Speeds up to 8GB/s
and I/O data requests at over 150.000 I/O sec.
Enhanced CacheFlow™ Technology
SuperBIOS™ IBPT Technology
180W Sub-zero Vapor Compression Cooling
PC4500 566MHz Dual-Channel Performance
DDR, up to 4GB
Up to 16GB Total RAM with optional RamDrives.
Over 8.5Gb/s Memory Bandwidth
ATA-133 RAID, Serial ATA-150 Connectivity
UltraSCSI-320 & FiberChannel Expansion
Up to 2 Terabytes of Colossal Storage Capacity
Intel Performance Acceleration Technology
AGP Pro 8x Accelerated 256bit MemoryBus
Radeon™ 9800 Pro/ XT Graphics with 8 Pixel
Pipelines at 3.04Gp/s Pixel Fil rate, 21.8GB/
bandwidth & Multi-monitor, High-Definition support.
Optional direct connectivity with the Gemini,
Cinerama & Grand Canyon Series Displays (or a
total of 8 external high-resolution monitors) via
ColorGraphgic Xentera GT, Appian Rushmore, Nvidia
Quadro NVS & Matrox Parhelia, 450MMs & QID
Graphics Adapter Series bundle.
Ultra High-speed 8x DVD+/-RW Optical Drive
Front Panel Multi-information LCD Status
Display, External removable HD Storage racks
with LCD Monitoring or Multi-Optical Drives
interchangeable bays
FireWire 400 & 800 Ports
Up to 8 Full-Duplex USB2 480MB/s Ports
6 Channel Digital IA Audio with Artificial
Intelligence Audio-Sensing Technology &
S/PDIF Digital interface
Gigabit LAN with AI Net
(Artificial Intelligence Net-Diagnosing)
Optional TV Tuner
Optional Fax/Modem
Up to 74 32-bit or 64-bit PCI slots expandability
550W VF-Speed Power Supply
AI Ultra-low noise Q-Fan technology
802.11G Wireless LAN & Bluetooth Expansion
Artificial Intelligence Auto-Recovery BIOS
European high-end critical components quality
worksmanship.
Absolutely stunning design.
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if that thing is real, id f***ing die for it lol
LOL ..U bet .. !!
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Syphanx - 1.96GHz AMD Athlon XP 2600+/512mb Cache/ 400Mhz FSB/Barton Core
Crazy, a chip with a 512mb cache? where the hell did you get that chip lol... it's 512K Cache and it's pronounced cash for your info... cheers!
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Old 01-15-2004, 07:06 PM   #18 (permalink)
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i remember watching tech tv one time, they got a 3ghz and got it running at like 3.8 with liquid nitrogen. haha
http://www.tomshardware.com/cpu/20031230/index.html
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[B]Here's the specs on the said computer which is real and the cost range from $2999.99 - $7999.99

3.8GHz* Accelerated Hyper-Threading Intel®
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition CPU w/ 2MB L3 Cache
512K L2 Cache
950MHz** System Bus
PuRam™ No System Hard Drive Configurable
Up to 100 times faster than ATA/SCSI/FC HD based
designs with Data Burst Speeds up to 8GB/s
and I/O data requests at over 150.000 I/O sec.
Enhanced CacheFlow™ Technology
SuperBIOS™ IBPT Technology
180W Sub-zero Vapor Compression Cooling
PC4500 566MHz Dual-Channel Performance
DDR, up to 4GB
Up to 16GB Total RAM with optional RamDrives.
Over 8.5Gb/s Memory Bandwidth
ATA-133 RAID, Serial ATA-150 Connectivity
UltraSCSI-320 & FiberChannel Expansion
Up to 2 Terabytes of Colossal Storage Capacity
Intel Performance Acceleration Technology
AGP Pro 8x Accelerated 256bit MemoryBus
Radeon™ 9800 Pro/ XT Graphics with 8 Pixel
Pipelines at 3.04Gp/s Pixel Fil rate, 21.8GB/
bandwidth & Multi-monitor, High-Definition support.
Optional direct connectivity with the Gemini,
Cinerama & Grand Canyon Series Displays (or a
total of 8 external high-resolution monitors) via
ColorGraphgic Xentera GT, Appian Rushmore, Nvidia
Quadro NVS & Matrox Parhelia, 450MMs & QID
Graphics Adapter Series bundle.
Ultra High-speed 8x DVD+/-RW Optical Drive
Front Panel Multi-information LCD Status
Display, External removable HD Storage racks
with LCD Monitoring or Multi-Optical Drives
interchangeable bays
FireWire 400 & 800 Ports
Up to 8 Full-Duplex USB2 480MB/s Ports
6 Channel Digital IA Audio with Artificial
Intelligence Audio-Sensing Technology &
S/PDIF Digital interface
Gigabit LAN with AI Net
(Artificial Intelligence Net-Diagnosing)
Optional TV Tuner
Optional Fax/Modem
Up to 74 32-bit or 64-bit PCI slots expandability
550W VF-Speed Power Supply
AI Ultra-low noise Q-Fan technology
802.11G Wireless LAN & Bluetooth Expansion
Artificial Intelligence Auto-Recovery BIOS
European high-end critical components quality
worksmanship.
Absolutely stunning design.
am i the only person who has never heard of accellerated hyperthreading? most importantly the accellerated part??
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who would spend 7 grand on a super computer the one where looking at is coming danm close to one lol. You know if you have a cluster of computers is faster than a super computer. at york university they have all students there linked and thats over 1000 comps and they have come the 3rd fastest computer in the world. Just because there on a cluster imagine if tf could do the same. only down side is loss of security so you would need a hacker inside the cluster and a encrypter so they could put stuff up at both ends to keep it safe
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