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Holst 21st June, 2003 05:41 PM

Me on page 1 or Vrzone OC database
 
http://www.vr-zone.com/guides/AMD/Barton/

I dont think ill be on here again for a whyle :P

Its just me and the guys from Japan with there NL2 and Dry ice

Highest prommy overclock :D

Sorry for showing off

cloasters 21st June, 2003 06:29 PM

You da man, Holst! Oowee, I'd love to see side by side benches of a Barton running at 3 Ghz and a P4 3 Ghz processor. Can you say "slink on home Intel?"

Sure, the fast P4's Memory bandwidth would reach from Liverpool to London. That may be the only BM where the Barton @3 Ghz falls behind.

dod 21st June, 2003 06:47 PM

Awesome.:thumbsup:

Mad old tory 21st June, 2003 08:00 PM

Excuse my ignorance but whats LN2 cooling ??

Holst 21st June, 2003 10:17 PM

Liquid nitrogen on your CPU :O

Daniel ~ 21st June, 2003 10:32 PM

Well done Holst!

Groltz 22nd June, 2003 01:52 AM

That overclock is just plain obnoxious, Holst.

I like it. :thumbsup:

Photon 23rd June, 2003 01:48 PM

Good show old chap! :thumbsup:

Impressive so many Epox boards with those high clocks. :)

Alexandrus 23rd June, 2003 04:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Holst
http://www.vr-zone.com/guides/AMD/Barton/

I dont think ill be on here again for a whyle :P

Its just me and the guys from Japan with there NL2 and Dry ice

Highest prommy overclock :D

Sorry for showing off

Nice !!
Those Japanese dudes probably just start the PC, boot up, take a screenshot and that's about all the stability they get.

Mad old tory 23rd June, 2003 05:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Holst
Liquid nitrogen on your CPU :O

Sounds expensive?

CCW 24th June, 2003 10:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mad old tory
Sounds expensive?

LN2 cooling is actually cheapbut only lasts for a few hours of benching so its not permanent. If you wana really push your processor for a few hours to get a good 3dmark score LN2 is the way to do it.

Prommie is long term, something that can be on there al lthe time. Not saying that prometia isnt good, its awesome.

Holst, congrats! :thumbsup: :cool: have a drink :drink:

Craig

Holst 28th June, 2003 03:17 AM

LN2 is defintely cheaper, yoiu ust tend to kill things when you use it....

Most of the top guys at 3dmark 2003/2001 kill there graphics cards after a few runs with big memory overclocks.

This CPU should run a high clock or a long time, ATM im running 2.8gig at 1.925v stable, shame this rev 2 8rda wont ive me any more :(

Matt McFaul 29th June, 2003 06:02 PM

awsome,
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Holst
LN2 is defintely cheaper, yoiu ust tend to kill things when you use it....

Most of the top guys at 3dmark 2003/2001 kill there graphics cards after a few runs with big memory overclocks.

This CPU should run a high clock or a long time, ATM im running 2.8gig at 1.925v stable, shame this rev 2 8rda wont ive me any more :(

Just curious, what cpu are you using? Have you done the r404 mod to the prommie? Im running a 2800+ T-B on a prommie but 2800 stable puts me at 2.05v For gaming I ussually run at 13.5x200 (2.7ghz) @ 1.95v just to prolong the cpu's life a little. Yesterday I ran a server for ut2k3 at my lan party for 11 hours at 12.5x224 (2.8ghz)@ 2.05 but anything lower on the voltage would kill it. One other thing is that I cant seem to get this chip over 2.075v regardless of frequency. Sound like the cpu has hit its limit? whats your take on this one????

ral 29th June, 2003 06:38 PM

Were not worthy :D


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