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    Phenom 9950BE 4.1GHz Over

    I challenged the record update on this weekend.

    It succeeded in the validation acquisition of CPU-Z in 4125.96MHz.


    CPU-Z validation : http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=450016





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    Very nice result on 65nm. Using dice or good ol LN2?
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    nice! congrats

    what was the CPU voltage at?
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    no coldbug?
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    Grats on the great overclock !!

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    no benchs?

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    congrat. man!
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    Whoa, nice work there!
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    thata boy new it would be with a DFI before even look that boards amazing
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    Nice, good to see it on that motherboard as well!

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    Nice speed

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    0840EPAW looks like an outstanding batch.

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    Very nice man...Congrats for the record!

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    Nice,,
    DFI ,,
    2gigs and ATi with high Multi...

    9950 coolness indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Particle View Post
    Very nice result on 65nm. Using dice or good ol LN2?
    Thanks, Particle.
    I have used only LN2.
    If it was this temperature, I thought even dry ice to be enough.

    Quote Originally Posted by tbone8ty View Post
    nice! congrats

    what was the CPU voltage at?
    Thanks,tbone8ty.
    When Vcore of this time looked in CPU-Z, it was 1.75V.

    Quote Originally Posted by xPliziT View Post
    no coldbug?
    It was unstable, but worked to -60 degrees.

    Quote Originally Posted by merkk1 View Post
    Grats on the great overclock !!
    Thanks,merkk1.

    Quote Originally Posted by pxhx View Post
    no benchs?
    Remainder LN2 was little , challenged only Hiclock.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
    congrat. man!
    Thanks,FlanK3r.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rammsteiner View Post
    Whoa, nice work there!
    Thanks,Rammsteiner.

    Quote Originally Posted by Glow9 View Post
    thata boy new it would be with a DFI before even look that boards amazing
    Thanks,Glow9.
    This board is still improved, and I think that it is powered up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_redfield View Post
    Nice, good to see it on that motherboard as well!
    Thanks,Chris_redfield.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marco André View Post
    Nice speed
    Thanks,Marco André.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverda View Post
    0840EPAW looks like an outstanding batch.
    Thanks,Oliverda.
    0836CPMW is more popular than 0840EPAW in Japan.

    Quote Originally Posted by felix_w View Post
    Very nice man...Congrats for the record!
    Thanks,felix_w.
    However, it seems to have been updated by the record that I do not possibly match and is annoyed.

    Quote Originally Posted by gOtVoltage View Post
    Nice,,
    DFI ,,
    2gigs and ATi with high Multi...

    9950 coolness indeed.

    Congrats
    Thanks,gOtVoltage.


    The next is going to challenge it in Deneb.
    Deneb is long in coming.

    I try it till then because I got a superior batch in Japan of Core i7.

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    ouuuuuh **EPAW** what a classic stepping!

    EPAW's have always been amazing steppings



    Great result

    -- EDIT --

    0836CPMW......... i think mine is 0836CPMW



    it is!!
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    is there possibility to see some 2d actions on 4ghz ?

    Congrats
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    Well done Don

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    Congrats on the amazing clocks! What is your NB freq? I see your HT is set down to 1700ish..how much added voltage for the NBVID??

    well done.








    Now if Deneb will just do that on air....wanders off dreaming...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverda View Post
    0840EPAW looks like an outstanding batch.
    basically this would be unofficial B4 I wonder how high it would go on some good air cooling!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donbe View Post

    Thanks,Oliverda.
    0836CPMW is more popular than 0840EPAW in Japan.
    I have 0836CPMW. It's stable at 3.2GHz with 1.32V and at 3.4GHz with 1.42 but it can't start over 3.5GHz at all.


    Yes, it's the unofficial B4.

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    Very nice.
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    That is awesome. Nice work Man.

    Think you can push it higher
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    I want to close it at this post.

    Quote Originally Posted by mongoled View Post
    ouuuuuh **EPAW** what a classic stepping!

    EPAW's have always been amazing steppings



    Great result

    -- EDIT --

    0836CPMW......... i think mine is 0836CPMW



    it is!!
    Hi,mongoled. Thanks!
    I bought two 0836CPMW batches.
    However, as for them, a bug occurred at -30 degrees.
    I am natural, but all will not be a good thing.


    Quote Originally Posted by Fatalbert View Post
    is there possibility to see some 2d actions on 4ghz ?

    Congrats
    Hi,Fatalbert. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justapost View Post
    Well done Don
    Hi,justapost. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by zif33rs View Post
    Congrats on the amazing clocks! What is your NB freq? I see your HT is set down to 1700ish..how much added voltage for the NBVID??

    well done.








    Now if Deneb will just do that on air....wanders off dreaming...
    Hi,zif33rs. Thanks!
    Yes. I tested my NB Freq with 1700 with room.
    NB Voltage of this time is 1.5V, but it will not be necessary to there.

    I look forward to release of Deneb, too.
    I stop challenging it in Phenom again now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverda View Post
    I have 0836CPMW. It's stable at 3.2GHz with 1.32V and at 3.4GHz with 1.42 but it can't start over 3.5GHz at all.


    Yes, it's the unofficial B4.
    Hi,Oliverda.
    The individual difference seems to be intense after all.

    Quote Originally Posted by eXzato View Post
    Very nice.
    Hi,eXzato. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mattskees View Post
    That is awesome. Nice work Man.

    Think you can push it higher
    Hi,Mattskees. Thanks!
    OverClocking in Phenom is to here.
    The next AMD CPU challenges it in Deneb.


    New WR is very splendid at 4.5GHz.
    My 0840EPAW is impossible to there.

    However, the tolerance of Phenom seems to have become quite good and is glad.

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    Thank you very much for posting, Donbe, excellent results!

    I was wondering if you will be challenging the Superpi 1M/32M and Hexus Pifast benchmark in the near future?
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