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Monday, 29 November 2010 10:20

Phenom II X4 975BE overclocked to 7.13GHz

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Morro do Dende on nitrogen

Brasil is widely known for brilliant football players and gorgeous women, but now it’s appears that the Copacabana is also packed with great overclockers.

One of them has managed to push an AMD Phenom II X4 975BE to a whopping 7.13GHz, setting the new world record for AMD CPUs. The exact clock was 7134.31MHz and the processor was cooled with nitrogen.

Although we’ve seen higher clocks in the past, they were achieved on ancient Celerons and Pentium 4’s, which really can’t be compared to a contemporary quad-core.

You can check out the screens here.

 

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+84 #1 Shurik_tambourine 2010-11-29 10:57
Celerons and Pentium 4's can't really compare to anything
 
 
+53 #2 Warhead 2010-11-29 11:37
Quote:
The exact clock was 7134.31MHz and the processor was cooled with nitrogen


No need for nitrogen, jsut bring the cpu to britain and leave it in the garden!
 
 
+27 #3 yourma2000 2010-11-29 12:33
Quoting Warhead:
Quote:
The exact clock was 7134.31MHz and the processor was cooled with nitrogen


No need for nitrogen, jsut bring the cpu to britain and leave it in the garden!







Or inside and turn the heating off (speaking from experience right now)
 
 
-33 #4 BernardP 2010-11-29 13:14
Hmmm... Great result...

... Considering the Phenom 975BE has not even be released by AMD.
 
 
+12 #5 yasin 2010-11-29 13:20
some turkish fellows got a 1090T up to 6.8GHz.but sub-zero cooling really is the way to go if you want these kind of clock speeds.spare mini freezers anyone?
 
 
+8 #6 Nerdmaster 2010-11-29 14:35
It is said that the Bulldozer Cpus will overclock even better. I have heard something like 4GHz on stock clocks with Turbo core enabled. Am I right?
 
 
+6 #7 Nerdmaster 2010-11-29 14:41
It is possible to make chips with other substances and techniques that can be clocked at 20-150GHz. The only problem is that they are expensive and have small amounts of transistors (compared with 40-28nm silicon chips)
 
 
+6 #8 Super XP 2010-11-29 15:12
Where can I get myself one of these babies.
 
 
+3 #9 Super XP 2010-11-29 15:15
Even better than 4GHz. I believe the 1st gaming 4-core and 8-core Bulldozer CPU's will start off at 3.60 GHz and 3.80 GHz. Once you enable Bulldoser's version of Turbo Core, I can see an excess of at least 4.50 GHz to 5 GHz WOW,
Quoting Nerdmaster:
It is said that the Bulldozer Cpus will overclock even better. I have heard something like 4GHz on stock clocks with Turbo core enabled. Am I right?
 
 
-25 #10 dicobalt 2010-11-29 16:01
If it isn't on air or water it doesn't count.
 

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