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    New WR P4-670 @7.533G

    By duck

    Followed by kyosen's digicamera 7.533G shot, duck was able to get cpu-z screenie

    Clock Speed: 7.5328GHz (396.5MHz x 19) @LN2 cooling (bukkake)

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    So close @7.513G by Moto-Leader

    Clock:7.513G (395.4MHz x19) 
    CPU:Pentium4 670 SL7Z3 3507A671T
    Cooling:Self-made Copper Pot &LN2
    M/B:ASUS P5WD2-Premium 59MG BIOS:0422
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    Vcore:2.013V(Actual) Vdimm:2.514V(Actual) Vio:3.70V(Actual)
    HDD:HITACHI HDS722580VLAT20
    Power Supply: Zippy 460WS
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    looks liek bbmods got beat out

    Good job though
    Last edited by sin0822; 12-06-2005 at 03:06 PM.

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    wow!

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    Now thats truely KICKASS
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    7.5ghz it's not the "end" for you guys .






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    Great!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    have you tested the new 9XX series ? 950 or 955xe ?
    congrats, awesome work
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    Holy Crapoly! Thats sooo painfully close to that 100% OC mark... Push it, theres no way you cant get 4 more Mhz out of teh fsb now
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    (3507A671T --Balded IHS by Cal930)
    balded IHS? What's that mean?
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    the ihs isnt removable on the chip, so im guessing that guy removed it by presiley grinding it away and sanding down the epoxy al the way until it hit hte core.

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    I think someone removed the old IHS off of a p4. Maybe team japan has figured a way to do it with the new skt 775 cpus. Congrats team japan. That is truly insane. Now, give it 2.1 and get that 100% OC.
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    Grinding sounds like my idea to remove the IHS by milling machine or CNc/lathe.


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    how can u tell when it goes down too far?

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    No idea, but proabbly lok at the intel spec sheets, they giv eyou a lot of info on teh physical die of the chip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afireinside
    balded IHS? What's that mean?

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    Damn thats pretty

    What tubes are they btw..?
    I've heard "The japanise dudes can make 32M at insane speed as a due of the LARGE pots they use", can we get some specs on 'em ? Dimensions and some more pictures ?
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    someone needs to try the actual removal of the IHS with precision milling

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    Quote Originally Posted by sin0822
    someone needs to try the actual removal of the IHS with precision milling
    Ah, but what would that actually cost...but damn.

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    dammn... NICE! do you have a higher resolution version of that pic? i think i found a new background...

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    So shiny....it is mesmorizing me....can't turn away.....oh btw, good job on the 7.5ghz !!

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    Insane!! Awesome work guys! Hmmm any way you would think about swapping chips w/ mine?


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    You guys are awesome
    Very nice

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    soon 100%...
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    awesome numbers

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    congrats!
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