LOL!XeRo_Dark said:mostly people havnt tried to push overclocking them kuz they are afrade of burning out a $282 processor...
So what if he got the actual MHZ and PR rating mixed up. Big deal. It's obvious he's new to the whole (overclocking) scene so there's really no need to rip him a new one and ban him for a simple mistake.chrisf6969 said:you're so full of shit, your eyes are brown.
I think you mean you overclocked it to 3400+ rating. LOL
3.4Ghz is past the limit for the .13 process with THAT architecture. Its not happening!! PERIOD, end of story. Especially not with watercooling!! lmao.
You screwed up, if you were going to lie, you should have said you were using Liquid Nitrogen, then I MIGHT have believed you.
BULLSHIT!! I'm calling it.... show your cards!
Where's the post counter when you need it, so you could see that this noob has 1 post and he's trying to create a ruckuss. If I was a mod, I'd ban your IP for such a large quantity of BULL-f*cking-SHIT!!
Well, thats why Im not a mod! b/c I'd ban his ass for being stupid enough to mix up the 2 and brag about the wrong thing. lolnst6563 said:So what if he got the actual MHZ and PR rating mixed up. Big deal. It's obvious he's new to the whole (overclocking) scene so there's really no need to rip him a new one and ban him for a simple mistake.
Thats why I said if he had said he was using liquid Nitro instead of watercooling I MIGHT have believed him.Stang Man said:bullshit, anyone that even got close to 3.4 GHz was Tom Holck, of XS... and he got to 3.3GHz with a dual-cascade, -100C and colder cpu temperatures.
Well, there's proof of lie (unless he's got an engineering sample). The multipliers on the Athlon 64 only go down, not up. I'm surprised no one else commented on that yet.XeRo_Dark said:yah i pumped up the vcore along with my multiplyer settings way up there. ...
He claimed that he thought he could reach a 2Ghz OC (4Ghz) since he supposedly hit 3.4Ghz so easily.Cardboard Hammer said:Actually, he didn't say he got a 2GHz OC, though the level he claims to have OCed to is still absurd.
perhaps i baught an oem processor, did ya ever think of that possibility? i think not.Cardboard Hammer said:Well, there's proof of lie (unless he's got an engineering sample). The multipliers on the Athlon 64 only go down, not up. I'm surprised no one else commented on that yet.
FYI, The only difference between a retail and an OEM processor is that OEM processors don't come with a HSF or a very good warranty but they are usually cheaper than retail processors as a result. Guess what, my XP 2100+ is an OEM processor--just means that I'm a cheap-ass.XeRo_Dark said:perhaps i baught an oem processor, did ya ever think of that possibility? i think not.