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Old 06-08-2007, 10:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Let's see what a 6000+ can do

So today I got myself a 6000+, to replace my 4600+
Model: ADX6000IAA6CZ
Stepping: CCB8F 0714UPMW

Immediately after I boot up, I open up the Nvidia monitor to find out how this thing was running.
To my surprise, I found that it was sitting on 21ļC!
that's cooler than my 4600+ ever got, even at stock speed. (with the water cooling system unchanged from the 4600+, apart from fresh AS5)

So I begin overclocking on my Foxconn C51XEM2AA (with Nforce 590 SLI chipset), and I've found some good results so far.
Right now, I'm running it at over 3.4GHZ, completely stable in prime95. Right out of the box.
I haven't started burning it in yet, and the AS5 is freshly applied, too.


I'm able to successfully run 3dmark06 with it over 3.5GHZ, and so far I've broken 10k coupled with my 8800 GTS 320MB (630 core, 920 mem, default settings)


I'm now going to burn-in this CPU, so I can hopefully get it prime95 stable over 3.5GHZ
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whoa....that's awesome!!! I thought it would be warmer, because of the 90nm process, but that watercooling did the trick.
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awesome, and the 6000 x2 is pretty cheap isnt it
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whoa....that's awesome!!! I thought it would be warmer, because of the 90nm process, but that watercooling did the trick.
So did I.

My 4600+ would hit about 58ºC on full load, at 2.8GHZ. But my 6000+ barely gets 40ºC at 3.4-3.5GHZ (with the same watercooling system, even if I set the voltage past 1.6V)

Must have a lot to do with speed binning, I'd say. Or it might be the stepping. Or a combination of both.
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awesome, and the 6000 x2 is pretty cheap isnt it
yup. The 6000+ actually cost less than my 4600+ did when I got it.
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Looks good mate happy with my 939 4600 right now but gives me ideas for next build.
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hehe...gotta love AMD!
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nice... i thought new amd's would use 65nm process by now.... but congrats.... do u think u can push 4.0 ghz?
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lol i just noticed it says processor unknown for specification
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nice... i thought new amd's would use 65nm process by now.... but congrats.... do u think u can push 4.0 ghz?
lol id **** my pants , give him a hand shake and steal his computer while sleeping
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awesome, and the 6000 x2 is pretty cheap isnt it

But E6600 cost the same as 6000+
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