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    Team Japan is challenging the limit of E8500

    I tested two E8500 and six P5B Deluxe.....

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    Max Frequency (CPU-Z Validation) : 6037.23MHz (FSB635.5MHz x 9.5)


    modPI 1M : 7.766s @5972.2MHz (FSB628.7MHz x 9.5)


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    CPU:Core2 Duo E8500#2 Q745A703
    M/B:ASUS P5B Deluxe WiFi Rev.1.04 #6 vmod / BIOS:1223
    M/B Bed:V-TEC ARC Bed Rev.3.3
    CPU cooling:MaxxNeo + LN2 / Temp:-145C
    NB cooling:Tara-chan 1st + LN2 / Temp:-40C
    SB cooling:stock
    Mem:Team PC2-8500 C4 1GB x2
    VGA:MSI NX7900GTO 512MB PCI-EX
    HDD:Maxtor 6Y080P0 (IDE)
    PSU:Antec Quattro 1000
    OS:Windows Server 2003

    CPU Multiplier:x9.5
    FSB:525MHz @boot
    CPU/Memory:1:1
    PCIExpress:100MHz
    PCI Clock:33.33Mhz
    Vcore:1.944V(CPU-Z)
    Vdimm:2.67V(Actual)
    FSB Termination Voltage:AUTO
    NBVcore:1.70V(Actual)
    SBVcore:AUTO
    ICH Chipset Voltage:AUTO

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    wow, nice clock, does the 965 chipset do better then P35?

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    wow good result
    It congratulates.
    There is a same batch cord even in Korea. But buys very is difficult.

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    Amazing results!!
    But then when I read challenging limits ofE8500.. I knew results will be awesome
    Congrats NewBeetle San!!!

    p e a c e

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    Congrats New Bettle San! I love to see that chipset chillin

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    excellent

    makes my effort look shameful

    have you tried higher NB volts considering the cooling
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    wooooow so sick - great work again
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    nice NB.. do you have comparison results of how those 6x P5B DX compared for max FSB for E8500 ?
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    sweet NB cooling

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    Thats beautiful 8500

    Awesome runs there New Beetle san

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    Thank you all !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson92 View Post
    wow, nice clock, does the 965 chipset do better then P35?
    Yes, my best P5B Deluxe is better than my best P5K now.
    I want to work P5K better FSB than P5B Deluxe.

    Quote Originally Posted by OC_Windforce View Post
    wow good result
    It congratulates.
    There is a same batch cord even in Korea. But buys very is difficult.
    Thank you so much, OC_Windforce-san.
    To get Q745A703 became difficult also in Japan.

    Quote Originally Posted by harshal View Post
    Amazing results!!
    But then when I read challenging limits ofE8500.. I knew results will be awesome
    Congrats NewBeetle San!!!
    Thank you so much, harshal-san.

    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    Congrats New Bettle San! I love to see that chipset chillin
    Thank you so much, LardArse-san.
    Next I will test the new X48 board under LN2.
    I want to make a good report.

    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    excellent

    makes my effort look shameful

    have you tried higher NB volts considering the cooling
    Thank you, dinos22-san.
    I have not tried higher NB volts than 1.70V.
    Because I burnt my 2nd best P5B Deluxe by NB high voltage...

    Quote Originally Posted by SoF View Post
    wooooow so sick - great work again
    Thank you so much, SoF-san.

    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000 View Post
    nice NB.. do you have comparison results of how those 6x P5B DX compared for max FSB for E8500 ?
    Thank you always, eva2000-san.
    I have comparison 6x and 9.5x.
    Each FSB is the same.
    I think it is the mobo's limit not CPU.

    Quote Originally Posted by AndreYang View Post
    sweet NB cooling
    Thank you, AndreYang-san.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dumo View Post
    Thats beautiful 8500

    Awesome runs there New Beetle san
    Thank you so much, Dumo-san.

    DEWA DEWA
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    Excellent fsb end great cpu.

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    nice i guess with an even better NB chipset these E8500 can go even higher on FSB!

    Really need to hunt for the best board/chipset for best FSB headroom it seems for these E8500

    Always love the yellow Beetle car in those photos as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewBeetle View Post
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    Thank you, dinos22-san.
    I have not tried higher NB volts than 1.70V.
    Because I burnt my 2nd best P5B Deluxe by NB high voltage...

    DEWA DEWA
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    eeek what volts and cooling???
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    Sick Newbeetle, very impressive and grats on the sweet chip.

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    impressive

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    good god those are seriously impressive clocks.. gongrats NewBeatle
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    Fantastic as always!
    I think this is the actual WR for a Wolfdale
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    Congrats Newbeetle san nice chip and P5B dlx .


    Quote Originally Posted by FUGGER View Post
    Sick Newbeetle, very impressive and grats on the sweet chip.

    First Wolfdale over 6Ghz?

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    Really fantastic

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    You are close to 100% OC on the chipset

    Great results as always

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    Very nice work NewBeetle-san.
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    Holly mother...
    1271mhz 4-4-4-4 with 2gigs on i965 phenomenon

    You CPU is not bad also
    Congratulations on the WR's both Frequency and Spi with Wolfie

    Did you try to disable the second core, maybe you should earn some more Mhz and beat more QX York Spi times, or the MB is limiting you ?
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    Congrats NewBeetle-San

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