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    yeah thats a good oc for sure,but this is better

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/records....2eea06456ed7fc

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    Yeah the difference is, the Kents is on air and those are not- but are under the heaviest cooling methods, hardcore. The WR is 4171MHz for the QX6700 because you have to be able to get a screenshot of CPU-Z to validate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pharoah View Post
    yeah thats a good oc for sure,but this is better

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/records....2eea06456ed7fc

    Why would you come here and try and bash that? It was done on air cooling, not friggin -130C Liquid Nitrogen like all of the records. Several have broke 5ghz with a quad core on Ln2...

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    BTW, they only had 1 core enabled, pretty weak if you ask me.

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    wasnt bashing lol

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    Yup its one core.

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    hello of course its 1 core the top thing on that page was a p4 631hello hyper threading single core

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    Quote Originally Posted by pharoah View Post
    hello of course its 1 core the top thing on that page was a p4 631hello hyper threading single core
    The Cpu-z screenshot is of the QX6700 and it shows only 1 core. I have no idea what you are trying to say... He has only 1 core enabled, the other 3 are disabled... 3/4 cores disabled = A LOT less heat = Higher CPU clock.

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    That record is the biggest bunch of BS I have seen in a while.

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