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Old 04-29-2006, 05:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I wonder how far you could overclock this?

as the title says how far do you think you caould overclock this, a s939 opty with a stock speed of 2.8ghz.


and i just noticed that there are 150 series opterons, are these new or did i just miss something?

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im pretty sure theyve been around for a while, but theyre not as popular becuase you can get a lower modeled Opt'y for a lot cheaper and easily overclock to/past the 154

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thats single core though......isnt it? and thats very high price.......get an opteron 165 or 170 or 175 and oc higher than that.
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Its been around for awhile. I dunno how far you could overclock it but im guessing its the equivelent of the FX series. Ill have too check into some benchies with those though.
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