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Old 29th June, 2003, 11:06 AM
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thanks.. Staz


Here. it is stable at 2701mhz running all apps, including prime95. Water temp of 4.5C is strong enough take care of it.



SuperPi@ 1mil = 38 sec. flat.

http://portfolio.iu.edu/skrska/superPi_2.7ghz.png





Prime95@ 2701mhz

http://portfolio.iu.edu/skrska/Prime95_2.7ghz.png






PCMark2002@ 2706mhz

http://portfolio.iu.edu/skrska/pcmark_2.7+ghz.png


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p4 - superPi - 31 sec.
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excellent overclock Whatever..
I got my 1700xp dlt3c runnin 2300mhz on air..
Can you give me i quick run down of your cooling setup pleeeze????
I was thinking about going to vaporchill but now i see your over clock results i'm giving it a second thought........
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I think the person who got his 1700+ to 4ghz on the overclockers.com table is either lying or works in the Tbred FAB and had a special one made.

but nice o/c there whatever, 3ghz with -30c might be possible.
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excellent overclock Whatever..
I got my 1700xp dlt3c runnin 2300mhz on air..
Can you give me i quick run down of your cooling setup pleeeze????
I was thinking about going to vaporchill but now i see your over clock results i'm giving it a second thought........
thanks.. i'm using a D-tek tc-4 block for the cpu. Swiftech block with peltier for the video card. Running two independent loops(cpu and video card), two pumps(MP900 & Swiftech MCP300) total. No res and no radiator. Water source from the deep freezer@ 35~ 40 gallons@ 4.5C.
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p4 - superPi - 31 sec.
pM - superPi - 28 sec.
conroe - superPi - 14 sec.

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