8.429GHz overclocked

liquid nitrogen cooled, 8.429GHz overclocked with a 8 core FX series processor from AMD

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+16 1. Ivor commented 8 years ago

the amount of snotr i could watch.. :)
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-7 2. h8isgr8 commented 8 years ago

Intel i7-3960X FTW! No liquid cooling required and 6 *REAL* cores..... not 4 wannabe cores like AMD.
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+9 3. Oddi commented 8 years ago

Cool amd promotion... -225°C cool!
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+21 4. zxoxz commented 8 years ago

I got no Idea what it meant...ANYONE wanna help me???
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+20 5. Unknown commented 8 years ago

I wounder how many watts went through that CPU at that rate?
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+7 7. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

y u no like #2 ?
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+2 8. Namron7 commented 8 years ago

#3 It Looks like they broke another record as they managed to get the liquid nitrogen to freeze by pouring it onto a blisteringly hot processor (nitrogen is a liquid between -196 and -210 degrees C, it freezes to a solid at lower temp than -210 degrees C, they were registering -225 degrees C) >:)
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+2 9. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

that speed can write all snotr video's to memory in 5 minutes. Thast fast.
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+8 10. Spenzord commented 8 years ago

I dont think that would be very practical having fumes pouring out my laptop 8-)
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+4 11. dushan commented 8 years ago

my old intel core 2 Duo E4500 ( 2.20 ghz ) could work fine with no cooler at all, reaching only 50c :D
but that is intel :D
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+7 12. Tehrasha commented 8 years ago

#8, the -225 reading was after they switched to Helium for cooling. they were getting -184 using Nitrogen.
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+4 13. Mante commented 8 years ago

Crap only 1 cpu core was active!, a real oc is the 7 ghz ivy bridge 6 core with ht that intel did some days ago!
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+4 14. meer81 commented 8 years ago

i forgot AMD ever existed until i watched this
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+4 15. irishgek commented 8 years ago

Great Work AMD ! But in all honesty its kinda crap just getting a cpu-z My 640 Athlon runs stable at 3.8ghz from 3ghz but over that its fine to start windows but applications that are cpu intensive just crash and the machine becomes unstable.

Overclocking is fine but there's a huge difference between starting cpuz and a program that actually needs to do calculations.
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0 16. mcaksoy commented 8 years ago

Sorry to be on the off-topic side but any ideas about the song ? Cheers.
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0 17. cyberdevil commented 8 years ago

So that's what real power looks like.
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+3 18. binksy commented 8 years ago

One day, our cpu's will arrive packaged with stocked liquid nitrogen, instead of a stock fan.

Hmmm that'd be fun, imagine the games :D
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+1 19. gcleffff commented 8 years ago

ok do i have to have a nitrogen and helium to sustain the coolness of my processor to achieve 8.429 GHz :D hmm just to run windows :D naaaaaaah ill stick with what i have its less painful :)