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    E6600 + P5B dlx @ Ln2 by Gemmy

    Hardware:
    E6600 - Really bad ocer @ 1.92V
    P5B dlx (vcore, vdroop, vddr, vmch modded) mch @ 2.02V
    2x1GB CellShock 8000C4 @ 2.75V
    ATi Radeon 1950XT
    Tagan U15 530W
    CPU temp = -100C
    NB container temp = -70C

    Results:
    Spi 1M:


    Spi 16M:


    Spi 32M:


    Hexus Pifast:


    All results by my friend Gemmy, I was only helping him in pouring Ln2 into the container. Ya I know that CPU clocks are really low, but with this E6600 higher clocks are a dream I think that performance/clocks ratio could be interesting , mobo was booted at 400 and clockgened all the way up, so no 1333 strap

    CPU has a strange coldbug issue - at higher clocks it cant stand -100C, but at -120 it run without any problems. Ln2 on the chipset helped a bit with FSB on 1066 strap.

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    C2d6600

    Yes, the vcore 1,92V is for this clock difinite to much i think. But you have maybe not so luck with this cpu!
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    I assume you've tried 1333 strap as well. If yes, you may have hit the CPU' FSB wall...

    Your Spi times are very good. Congrats on that 1066 strap extreme clocks!
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    CPU scales really bad after 1.85V but for few extra MHz we tried 1.92.

    @before max FSB with 1333 strap was the same as with 1066 strap , on multi 8x it could run 8x550 without any problems

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    wow I am impressed but why does the ram need 2.75 to do just 532? 1065mhz.. it should do it with less voltage

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimReaper
    wow I am impressed but why does the ram need 2.75 to do just 532? 1065mhz.. it should do it with less voltage

    gute arbeit
    Ram will probally do it on much less voltage, but we put more to be sure, also sub-timings were very 'sharp'.

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    God job ENT and Gemmy, you need better(another) memory for SuperPi race :P

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    Maybe 4.8 isnt that special on LN2 but 530fsb on 1066 definetaly is. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hausner
    God job ENT and Gemmy, you need better(another) memory for SuperPi race :P

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    We dont need better memory, those Cellshocks are really nice ocers, but with 4:5 and 530 FSB they will have to fly at 660 and that would be extremly hard.

    THX for all your kind words guys!

    BTW: We spil about 90l (3 benching sessions) to get that results If you are interested here is some movie with us benching only CPU container, the movie maybe isnt a masterpiece, but it was my first attempt to do smthg like this .

    http://helios.et.put.poznan.pl/~gpra...Ln2_action.wmv

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    god job,

    Congrats

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    Nice job Poland boys

    Gemmy & ENT - clock this (next ) cpu higher and go to better result's.

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    good job, guys

    nice vcore

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    Well done

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    thx guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by DEVIL K-ce
    Gemmy & ENT - clock this (next ) cpu higher and go to better result's.
    This CPU wont go any higher

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    Congrats on that 1066 strap clock! Now get a killer cpu!
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    532FSB on the tighter strap is just ridiculas...congrats on the huge clocks!
    with crazy FSB clocks like that on the tight strap, you really need to go clean up some of the 32m Low Clock Challenge time slots
    i don't quote in my signature, but best WR ever...
    Quote Originally Posted by Jor3lBR View Post
    It holds the current WR for the least vcore required to run 4500Mhz stable (1.32vcore)
    i can't even make that shyt up ^^^

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    That 32M time is insanely good for such low clocks

    I'd be worried putting that much voltage through such good RAM for only ~530Mhz

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    thx for all kind words!

    Quote Originally Posted by ManagHead
    Congrats on that 1066 strap clock! Now get a killer cpu!
    We are searching for some good CPU, but money are the issue

    Quote Originally Posted by 3oh6
    532FSB on the tighter strap is just ridiculas...congrats on the huge clocks!
    with crazy FSB clocks like that on the tight strap, you really need to go clean up some of the 32m Low Clock Challenge time slots
    We will take a look into this challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by SLi_dog
    I'd be worried putting that much voltage through such good RAM for only ~530Mhz
    I dont think it was a crazy amount of voltage , some others overclockers put more in those sticks , it's a 8 layers PCB

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