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    Team Russia OCs a Core i7-3820 to 5.66GHz (Check Out The BClk!)

    http://rog.asus.com/83222012/overclo...out-that-bclk/

    Gun’G'Star from Team Russia has pushed a huge OC out of the multiplier limited Core i7-3820 processor, hitting 5,665MHz on the Rampage IV Extreme.

    See part of the CPU-Z validation below and check out that base clock! 131.74MHz (125 divider + 6MHz) with quad-channel memory all firing under phase change sub-zero cooling.

    HWBot submission and ROG Forums OC discussion.

    Last edited by _; 02-29-2012 at 02:18 AM.

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    Very nice indeed.
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    WOW that is impressive.

    One question though, why is it showing up as 2 Cores with 2 threads in cpu-z ?
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    Currently IBT stable @ 4700mhz , 1.365v

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    Because the user has disabled the other cores to achieve that max overclock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Because the user has disabled the other cores to achieve that max overclock.
    I know that's a pretty impressive OC! but I still don't understand this statement, I would thing getting the Max OC would involve all cores and hitting those speeds with all cores would be in my humble opinion a lot more impressive and more useful than saying Hey look what I can do if I shut off most of My Brain!...sorry but I really don't see the point if your only OC'ing a small part and not the whole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Because the user has disabled the other cores to achieve that max overclock.
    I know that's a pretty impressive OC! but I still don't understand this statement, I would thing getting the Max OC would involve all cores and hitting those speeds with all cores would be in my humble opinion a lot more impressive and more useful than saying Hey look what I can do if I shut off most of My Brain!...sorry but I really don't see the point if your only OC'ing a small part and not the whole.

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    I hear you. I agree at one level, for me and my Sandy Bridge we can play 24/7 at 5.751GHz on all four cores and with HT on. That to me is a great CPU. Now maybe I could get an extra 50MHz out of her if I disabled two cores and HT but like you I think that is slightly deviating from the stated aim of a max overclock. For me it should be the max frequency your CPU can do in the form that it is sold.

    But I am old fashioned... actually just old.
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    Na your just well preserved!

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    Team Russia and The Rampage IV Extreme ... Salute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    I hear you. I agree at one level, for me and my Sandy Bridge we can play 24/7 at 5.751GHz on all four cores and with HT on. That to me is a great CPU. Now maybe I could get an extra 50MHz out of her if I disabled two cores and HT but like you I think that is slightly deviating from the stated aim of a max overclock. For me it should be the max frequency your CPU can do in the form that it is sold.

    But I am old fashioned... actually just old.
    Thats exactly the way I see it.
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