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    Conroe E6850 on Air, stability test with Ultra_Low_Volt. ^_^

    been tooo busy these days, finally got some time playing with new chips.
    Conroe E6850es
    Stepping 9 = E0

    all my E6850es in hand don't like much volts.
    defult vcore=1.22~1.24v
    < 1.48v maybe the best for E6850.
    but...seems overclks better.
    max fsb on Air = 533~570.
    can we say: E6850 is better than E6600 ?

    test results bellow are not the same chip
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    1.28v 400*9=3.6G sp2004



    1.34v 411*9=3.7G sp2004



    1.36v 418*9=3.76G sp2004



    1.42v 423*9=3.8G sp2004



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    intel is very good in showing us ES samples with huge overclocking abilities
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    great chip..How was temperatures only 14c ambient?

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    question: why do you run largefft to show cpu stability instead of smallfft or even blend?


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    Quote Originally Posted by over@locker886
    great chip..How was temperatures only 14c ambient?

    Why didn't answer for my PM?
    I've answered days before, but...network really lag at that time, after failed deliever 3times, I gave up.

    check ur msg box



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    u can try, large FFT is the best stability test
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    large FFT fits inside cache of this cpu, but did not in previous cpu's. Large is the way to go.

    Large FSB volts, or no, Victor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadaveca
    large FFT fits inside cache of this cpu, but did not in previous cpu's. Large is the way to go.

    Large FSB volts, or no, Victor?
    fsb=1.2v , all those test above
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    Shiny caps on the bottomof cpu, in the middle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadaveca
    Shiny caps on the bottomof cpu, in the middle?
    same as C2D
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaFrOuT
    intel is very good in showing us ES samples with huge overclocking abilities
    QFT, when E6600 price drops to $225 in Q2 im getting it hten its AMD for me


    anyway, is 3.7GHz max OC?? can u go for suicide screen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorWang
    same as C2D
    LoL.

    No all C2D have same thing on bottom, even if arrangement is the same.




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    Quote Originally Posted by cadaveca
    LoL.

    No all C2D have same thing on bottom, even if arrangement is the same.



    @.@ I've compared to my E6600 & X6800, all the same
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    oh, then I got something for you. E6600 L628A and L631B. Very different on bottom, very different V-droop, very different clocking. Something makes the droop different, and allows the "B"'s clock higher.Maybe ES too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadaveca
    oh, then I got something for you. E6600 L628A and L631B. Very different on bottom, very different V-droop, very different clocking. Something makes the droop different, and allows the "B"'s clock higher.Maybe ES too.
    my E6600 L629A531 & L629B381 is alllllllllllll the same as my X68 L617A851.
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    Interesting. Cpu temps did not increase when you increased voltage, either. But is very high temps for that voltage, although is in-line with "b" cpus.

    WOnder what's up with my "b", then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadaveca
    Interesting. Cpu temps did not increase when you increased voltage, either. But is very high temps for that voltage, although is in-line with "b" cpus.

    WOnder what's up with my "b", then.
    pic #1 = chip #1, really hot one, like Bxxx chips
    pic #2,3 = chip #2, mid temp
    pic #4 = chip #3, normal temp as Axxx
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    oh, so 3 different chips there? That's far different. temp readings 15c high then?


    So what makes this chip so special? If is three different chips, they are all seeming to scale very well. As this is almost uniform in appearance, it would hint that there is something physically differnt with these chips. Do you know what that difference is?

    Now I see Fujin for cooling... what fans?
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    Is this a regular Core 2 Duo ? I don't see XE anywhere.Is it possible for the XE to launch at 3.33 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorWang
    pic #1 = chip #1, really hot one, like Bxxx chips
    pic #2,3 = chip #2, mid temp
    pic #4 = chip #3, normal temp as Axxx

    nice low voltage clocks victor,, when will uni team bench it for max??

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    Quote Originally Posted by hey
    nice low voltage clocks victor,, when will uni team bench it for max??
    we tried to challenge ur 601.9fsb with our 3pcs E6600, but failed
    600 is the max to us. 601 cannot have cpuz file.

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    Do you have a max spi 1m on air ?

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    That is sweet how much is a e6850 anyway? o.O
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    Seem like decent chips, but nothing special.

    Whats so great about them, 1333fsb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin_Gunner
    Seem like decent chips, but nothing special.

    Whats so great about them, 1333fsb?
    nothing much besides probably higher default bus speed... probably a good thing for like server/database related work where they'd be running stock speeds.. higher default bus = higher default memory speed = more bandwidth for system. Would help I guess for mysql performance
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