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Overclock: AMD Opteron 144 1800MHz @ 2806MHz (155.89%)

Overclock

Overclocked frequence:
2806MHz - 155.89%
Original frequence:
1800MHz - 100.00%

Overclock specs

Overclocked: Original:
Overclock frequence: 2806 MHz 1800 MHz
MP Frequence * MP: 311 * 9
Voltage: 1.4 V 1.35-1.40 V

System specs

Cooling: Thermalright XP-90 Heatsink with Thermaltake 90 x 90mm fan
Cooling category: Extreme air cooling (Extreme cpu cooler and/or >3 case fans)
Cool'n'quiet: Yes
Idle/load temperature: 30 °C / 40 °C
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-K8N Ultra -9
Bios version: F8
Chip(set): nVidia nForce4 Ultra (s939)

Validation - beta Help

Level: 1. POST/OS
CPU-Z validation link:

Overclock extra (optional)

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Futuremark link:
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Notes: This is on stock volts and air. This ran stable for 13hrs and 16min before I terminated. Someone told me theres hit over 3 ghz on their DFI board. Amazing. I was totally impressed at over 2.6ghz. I can assume to go higher with the right equipment.

Member

Member: CadaverMaker

Processor specs ( CAB2E 0602 GPAW - Green - BN )

Processor: AMD Opteron 144 (Single-core)
Processor tray (pib): OSA144DAA5BN (OSA144BNBOX)
Processor stepping: E4
Stepping: CAB2E 0602 GPAW - Green - BN
Processor frequence: 1800 MHz
Socket: socket 939
Memory controller: dual ddr 400 MHz
HTT speed (version): 1000 MHz (1.0)
L1 / L2 cache memory: 128 KB / 1024 KB
Operating mode: 32/64
Voltage: 1.35-1.40 V
Thermal power: 67 W
Max temp: 71 °C
Processor tech: 90 nm, SOI (silicon-on-insulator)
Die-size, total transistors: 115 mm², 114 million
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