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Thread: Phenom2 555 BE C3 stepping into Windows at 6325MHz Biostar TA785GE 128M under LN2

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    Phenom2 555 BE C3 stepping into Windows at 6325MHz Biostar TA785GE 128M under LN2

    Yoko bought that board for her new HTPC ,its one of the cheapest solution in the market ,but its not only about money ,she got TA785GE 128m because we like and trust Biostar,but before building the new HTPC we need to torture a little the pocket board
    Well, we had only been playing around with the motherboard for approximately few hours.


    Already the processor was stable at 6.1GHz under LN2 and we was trying to boot into Windows at 6.3 GHz.
    After a few voltage tweaks and HTT speed adjustments, we managed to get into Windows and fire up CPU-Z at 6325 MHz speed (230MHz X 27.5 multiplier).

    watch the tube (this video is still being processed. Video quality may improve once processing is complete. )


    the cores can be unlocked by that cheapo and amazing board and we can fly high of course


    well,we think that board will fit very well our new HTPC
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    Damn ! so cheap ^^

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    C3 instantly looks very promising.

    Dual Core which can't become a Quad because it's not strong enough does 6.64 Ghz on an $80 board under LN2. ~7 Ghz under LHe? I like it.
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    Photos???

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    Holy Crap, nice results and testing as usual thx
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    many thanks guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Ming@s View Post
    Photos???
    not this time
    but i think we will run one more time before put that board in a decent case and we will take some pics

    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    C3 instantly looks very promising.

    Dual Core which can't become a Quad because it's not strong enough does 6.64 Ghz on an $80 board under LN2. ~7 Ghz under LHe? I like it.
    we have access to LHe but we dont have ...

    is ....

    money....

    EDIT
    6700MHz with four cores is possible ,but all saves are corrupetd
    Last edited by PcCI2iminal; 10-19-2009 at 05:05 PM.
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    Very nice PcCI2iminal-san.

    Looking forward to these C3 chips when they hit retail.

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    Very nice cpu , but we need some benches
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    Incredible man, well done. I hope most of these clock like this if not a least 6GHz with all four cores would make for some really fun and cheap overclocking

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    Wow, C3 seems very solid silicon
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    good news PcCI2iminal
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    Amazing stepping by AMD. Can't wait for other CPUs with C3 stepping.
    But this cheap setup can break 6.5 GHz+? That's fantastic! Keep updating us


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    many thanks guys
    these C3 are really great silicon ,specially that 555 BE
    too bad that new 550 C3 is multiplier locked

    anyway here some benchs

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    mmmm that tiny Motherboard is an OC Monster and those C3 do an amazing clocks!!! Nice Runs PcCI2iminal.

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    Very nice PcCI2iminal
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    Is the CPU retail?

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    that crazy biostaaar.. awesome oc
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    Really nice and unexpected overclock from budget board
    And i thought that cpu regulation will go *kabooom*...
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    A prime stable result with air would be more interesting. We've seen many similar LN2 result in the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverda View Post
    We've seen many similar LN2 result in the past.
    Not with C3 stepping and with 555BE


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreenFoX View Post
    Is the CPU retail?
    its ES

    Quote Originally Posted by madmax999 View Post
    Really nice and unexpected overclock from budget board
    And i thought that cpu regulation will go *kabooom*...
    we believe its possible hit more than 6700Mhz before any "kabooom"


    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverda View Post
    A prime stable result with air would be more interesting. We've seen many similar LN2 result in the past.
    nothing special on air,just a few more MHz than regular C2
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    6700 Mhz from a 100$ chip!
    Biostar makes some mighty good boards for the price it seems! Good pick for AMD.
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