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The World Record HTT frequency for S754 …

… must be broken during our OC Challenge in February! Until this news post, most of us were in the unknown regarding the actual world record of HTT frequency using a S754 mainboard. Thanks to the helpful people over at Canard-PC, host of all CPU-Z validations, we managed to pinpoint the world record:

950831.png(http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=95083)

As you can see, the submission date of this result is 22nd of May 2006 or as we would put it “ancient history”. So maybe, just maybe, it’s time to break this outdated world record and what better time to do it than during the OC Challenge!

Good luck everyone!


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Belgium Massman says:

Now everyone knows what we're aiming at, right? :D

Malaysia verdict-fx says:

what the hack! wow!

Dreadlockyx says:

Samsung memory owns !

Canada Nagoshi says:

Are we looking for the highest overclock, or just a very high HTT frequency?

Belgium Massman says:

highest HTT frequency

Canada Nagoshi says:

Fair enough. I'll fire up my borked DFI LP UT nF3 250GB and my ML-30 tonight in hope that I can get something working :)

Belgium Massman says:

=> http://hwbot.org/competition/hoc_feb10 <= :D

Austria Turrican says:

jeeez. :D the dfi board seems to be the "runner" here. alot of guys are using it. :D

Brazil souenzzo says:

Sempron wins

Indonesia bondhahnmrt85 says:

OMG... 469MHz at 754 is very awesome...

United States [UC OC] Karmakazi says:

its been broken!!! :P

Greece George_oc says:

HOLY SH1T, Bones did 485MHz HTT OMG!

United States Ol'Bud says:

DARN Good job,Mr.T.\Bones !!! If these guys don't give you a prize for the work and effort it took, I'm going to buy something and ship it to your house in Alabama. Bud

Belgium Massman says:

Ol'Bud said: If these guys don't give you a prize for the work and effort it took,


I'm happy you appreciate all the work we put into a FREE website for overclockers.

United States Ol'Bud says:

Massman said: I'm happy you appreciate all the work we put into a FREE website for overclockers.


I Am Happy !

I hope The Sponsor steps up to the plate and gets a home run with a prize;
Like a new Gigabyte Motherboard,

Sample without value,
How about a Gigabyte Board Socket AM3 With USB3.0 and SATA III 6.0GBs

http://www.gigabyte.us/Products/Motherboard/Products_Overview.aspx?ProductID=3270



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Belgium Massman says:

Have you actually read the latest newspost?

United States Ol'Bud says:

Massman said: Have you actually read the latest newspost?


I'm sure you had something in mind for me to read;
I don't see which one it is though.

Belgium Massman says:

In addition, earlier this week we received a positive response from GIGABYTE on the request for providing a prize if someone broke the existing world record.

United States Ol'Bud says:

Massman said:


Good job Gigabyte !
Now get my RMA'd Ga-MA790FXT-UD5P Returned to me in Central Point 97502;With new NICS on it I hope !

Norway knopflerbruce says:

Massman said:


What was the "existing world record" btw?

Belgium Massman says:

Check out this article ... ;-)

Norway knopflerbruce says:

Lmao, didn't see it before.

That score is definately one of those CPUZ freak shots, 3.7ghz+ isn't possible on 754 - at least not with 8-multi because of coldbug. But who cares, it's broken anyways:p

United States Ol'Bud says:

knopflerbruce said: What was the "existing world record" btw?


Here it Is:

Submitted by KimHyunChul | Mon, 22 May 2006 05:44:21 +0200 |

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=95083

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