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I would be very much interested Brian if (1) the excellent cpu is still up for sale and (2) you are willing to send to UK. It will cost and extra $10 to post here so obviously will be happy to pay that too.
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Originally Posted by IceDragon
Payment has been successfully sent via paypal...looking forward to another e6300.
The product has been sent
Originally Posted by Jazzyb88
Just saw this...what a deal! 3.5ghz?! Is this common among the E6300 series and can the E6600 achieve higher at all?
The E6300's seem to average around 2.8GHz~3GHz. What makes this chip so special is that at 3.5GHz it was running very cool temps due to the stock voltage. Folding on both cores and the temps are around 46~47 degrees Celsius. On air you could not really ask for much more IMO.
Then there are the benches....it is right behind the E6600 in all of them. All in all a great deal if you ask me. Nice buy Ice
Both E6600's that I have been able to play with were able to hit 3.6GHz rock stable. One did require a bit of voltage @ 1.53 originally but eventually was able to knock it down to 1.48v after about four months of straight folding while the other one was @ 3600MHz on 1.43v and rock stable from the beginning.
Another note on the E6600's......seems that the new batches are not OCing as well........they are trying to say that the the "good silicon" is going to the quads now. Sounds a little crazy to me but the results that I have seen so far show that they are in deed having a more difficult time with the most recent batch that has been put out.
Originally Posted by justin3680
my E6600 was pushing 3.9Ghz with both cores at 100% and temps were in the mid 50s...I could have gone higher but my memory was holding me back.
wow, I did not know that you were running it that high.
This was on the P5B before the "juice" incident?
Originally Posted by Nilpo
If you decide to let any more go, Brian, I'm still working on my Vista build....I may be interested.