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    QX6850 FSB OC

    So, of course I had to push my new P5K. Only bad thing is that my QX out-clocks my dual-cores...

    Oh, and sorry for not resizing it:


    That wasn't all though. It did this as well: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=265504
    But of course, it was x7, not x6. I had EIST running.

    Dunno what this thread would be good for, but showoff is never bad either.

    Now gimme a good E6320.

    Oh, and the ram frequencies... They're low because there's four sticks.
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    Well, how does it perform? :>
    Open Source > *

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    I thought you didn't like Asus

    Those are some great fsb clocks for a little copper heatsink. These new chipsets are setting the standard.

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    I'm starting to adapt to these boards... Can't really complain about much, the board was very cheap as well.

    Bad thing is 16/4x PCIE lanes though. But then again, there's a fix for that coming to my place soon as well.
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