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DFI LANParty Motherboard Used to Break the Magic “Six“ (6 GHz)

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Mephisto, 3 de Novembro de 2004. (Respostas: 3; Visualizações: 1105)

  1. Mephisto

    Mephisto Banido

    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=5 width="100%" align=center bgColor=#cccccc border=1><TBODY><TR><TD class=12t_w bgColor=#999999>DFI LANParty Motherboard Used to Break the Magic “Six“ (6 GHz) </TD></TR><TR><TD><TABLE class=11w_black cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=2 width="100%" align=center bgColor=#95cde8 border=0><TBODY><TR bgColor=#95cde8><TD class=11w_black align=right bgColor=#95cde8>November 3, 2004 (Hayward, CA) </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ffffff><TD class=one bgColor=#ffffff>
    -- Overclocking champion “Fugger” set a new world record of 6.3 GHz in CPU overclocking –

    DFI, maker of the award-winning LANParty and LANPartyUT series of motherboards, today joined the enthusiasts community to congratulate avid DFI user, Fugger, in his recent world record achievement. Using only phase change on an unmodified LANParty 875P-T motherboard, Fugger successfully overclocked his 3.6 GHz Pentium 4 (LGA 775) processor to stunning 6.3 GHz, or about a 75% overclock!

    Unlike any in its class, the new LANParty 875P-T motherboard combines the best of both worlds. Designed for the latest Intel LGA 775 socket architecture, it features the mature Intel i875P chipset and includes an unrivaled feature set. The motherboard natively supports low latency DDR400 in dual channel mode and AGP 8x, enabling users to upgrade little at a time while enjoying the performance advantage the i875P chipset offers. Since its debut, avid overclockers around the world have been able to break various world records thanks to its complete overclocking options, forgiving hardware platform, and high quality components used. Last month, Oppainter, world 3DMark champion, marked double world records with the new LANParty 875P-T motherboard in 3DMark03 Hall of Fame (score 18515) and 3DMark05 (score 8382).


    Fugger's latest achievement puts him 300 MHz+ ahead of the next overclocker. At a core speed of 6.3 GHz, his overclocked Pentium 4 560 processor had a front bus speed (FSB) of 1800 MHz. Fugger's record-breaking system setup includes:

    - DFI LANParty 875P-T motherboard (350 MHz FSB)
    - Intel Pentium 4 560 (3.6GHz) processor (cooled to -121 °C)
    - Centon Advanced DDR memory (Samsung TCCD)
    - OCZ DDR Booster
    - Chilly1 Three-Stage CPU Cascade

    For more information on how the magic 6 was broken, please visit http://xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=44785&page=1&pp=25 .

    For more information on the DFI LANParty 875P-T motherboard or other great offerings, please go to http://www.dfi.com.tw.

    DFI and LANParty are registered trademarks. Other product names are either trademarks or trade names of their respective holders.


    Fonte : DFI Homepage
  2. Elrond

    Elrond To fold or to FOLD?

    so gostava de saber é a performance disso..e ja agora se esses 450 mhz de FSB sao a 1:1 com as mems..se forem..:wow:
  3. [_Silence_]

    [_Silence_] OC Legend

    N são 450 reais, tá mal lido. Os reais são 350 e são com mems a 3:2.

    Além disso é repost =( http://techzonept.com/showthread.php?t=45690
  4. P4rthen0n

    P4rthen0n Power Member

    True, o k se passa eke o cpu-z e afins nao leem correctamente o multi a estas frequencias quando nao esta a 1:1. Quando actualiza a frequencia do cpu, aparece apenas um "flash" do multi e fsb lidos correctamente, passando de imediato para a leitura incorrecta e assim se mantem.

    Culpa da DFI.

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