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    Everest Cache & Memory Benchmark - Thread

    a small CPU benchmark, can be done in like 1 minute.
    post your result.
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    Re: Everest Cache & Memory Benchmark - Thread

    Here's mine, it isn't the best but for what I need it's enough.
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    Re: Everest Cache & Memory Benchmark - Thread

    your cpu is nice for overclocking

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    Re: Everest Cache & Memory Benchmark - Thread

    Motherboard makes overclocking easier to me-I don't even have to go in BIOS, i just use OC Dial on the board and change FSB 'on-the-fly' Love this MSI 790FX-GD70

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    Re: Everest Cache & Memory Benchmark - Thread

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    Re: Everest Cache & Memory Benchmark - Thread

    more then 40% oc lol good job

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    Re: Everest Cache & Memory Benchmark - Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by King-Orgy View Post
    more then 40% oc lol good job
    Thanks, it could go up more but would get too hot with this cooling.
    The awesome thing is that it's running at 1.30-1.325V only.
    Thank god I got a D0 instead of a C0, had no idea which one it would be cause I ordered from the net. From what I've seen lot of people with C0's need 1.4V (pretty much the limit and it will get hot as hell at this point) to get around 4GHz.

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