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4938.95 mhz with Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 at 4939MHz

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1st

Core 2 Duo E6300 rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 432

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China wytiwx commented on his own score:

This CPU can boot 615 max on air and 665 max by LN2, with 2c2t, then it got crazy when disabled one core......A really lucky chip!

Germany Eisbaer798 says:

Nice Chip Congrats! Batch Please ;-)

China wytiwx says:

33 minutes ago, Eisbaer798 said:

Nice Chip Congrats! Batch Please ;-)

L632BXXX, can't remember well, not in hand by now.

TaPaKaH says:

How many E6300 did you try?

China wytiwx says:

22 minutes ago, TaPaKaH said:

How many E6300 did you try?

Can't remember, but <40 pcs for sure.

TaPaKaH says:

Your luck is absurd. I tried about 3000 (of E6300, E6400, E6750) and found only three that would barely do 600 on air. Nowhere near 615.

Germany Don_Dan says:

That's a crazy achievement! :)

China wytiwx says:

14 minutes ago, TaPaKaH said:

Your luck is absurd. I tried about 3000 (of E6300, E6400, E6750) and found only three that would barely do 600 on air. Nowhere near 615.

Well, I tried 500 pcs E2140 and found only one can do 580 LN2, but Mr. Hackeronzo only bin 42 pcs. Luck you know, just like lottery.

Germany Eisbaer798 says:

2 hours ago, wytiwx said:

L632BXXX, can't remember well, not in hand by now.

Nice, my best E6300 also has this Batch number. (L632B003)

Eisbaer798`s CPU Frequency score: 4493.69 mhz with a Core 2 Duo E6300 (hwbot.org)

Then i probably only have to test the CPU again with one activate core 🙂

TaPaKaH says:

1 hour ago, wytiwx said:

Well, I tried 500 pcs E2140 and found only one can do 580 LN2, but Mr. Hackeronzo only bin 42 pcs. Luck you know, just like lottery.

This is still very lucky :) I tried 1500-2000 pcs E2140, E2160, E2180 and my best chip did 565 LN2.

China wytiwx says:

2 hours ago, TaPaKaH said:

This is still very lucky :) I tried 1500-2000 pcs E2140, E2160, E2180 and my best chip did 565 LN2.

We all know that FSB wall is really a bi*ch, I tesed ~1000 pcs E5200 and still no go for 500 FSB  :mad:

TaPaKaH says:

For E5x00/E7x00 you need PLL under the default 1.5V, which only Gigabyte P45 and PLL-modded boards can set.
Without PLL mod, the current #1 E5200 stops at 390 air, 480 LN2.

Also, you can immediately discard Wolfdale-3M derived ones (96-98%) and focus on Wolfdale-6M ones. You can distinguish these physically.
I've tried around 100+ of the latter, which would yield same results as 2000-4000 random ones.

Kazakhstan TerraRaptor says:

1 minute ago, TaPaKaH said:

Also, you can immediately discard Wolfdale-3M derived ones (96-98%) and focus on Wolfdale-6M ones. You can distinguish these physically.

Quite noob about it. Does it mean that e7xxx are based on wolfdale-3M silicon most of the time but 2-4% of these cpus may be based on wolfdale-6M? How then one can distinguish these?

Germany ground says:

42 minutes ago, TerraRaptor said:

Quite noob about it. Does it mean that e7xxx are based on wolfdale-3M silicon most of the time but 2-4% of these cpus may be based on wolfdale-6M? How then one can distinguish these?

I recon capacitor configuration on the back should be an easy way to tell them apart, wolfdale 6M is quite distinct. 

TaPaKaH says:

48 minutes ago, TerraRaptor said:

Quite noob about it. Does it mean that e7xxx are based on wolfdale-3M silicon most of the time but 2-4% of these cpus may be based on wolfdale-6M? How then one can distinguish these?

Northwood style :)

I've only seen Wolfdale-6M chips on E5200 and E7200 and heard about Celeron E3200/E3300. Not sure if other models ever even existed.

Austria TAGG says:

1 minute ago, TaPaKaH said:

Northwood style :)

I've only seen Wolfdale-6M chips on E5200 and E7200 and heard about Celeron E3200/E3300. Not sure if other models ever even existed.

I had E3200 with 6M core, but was dead :(

China wytiwx says:

1 hour ago, TaPaKaH said:

For E5x00/E7x00 you need PLL under the default 1.5V, which only Gigabyte P45 and PLL-modded boards can set.
Without PLL mod, the current #1 E5200 stops at 390 air, 480 LN2.

Also, you can immediately discard Wolfdale-3M derived ones (96-98%) and focus on Wolfdale-6M ones. You can distinguish these physically.
I've tried around 50 of the latter, which would yield same results as 1000++ random ones.

For me, PLL<1.5V made worse CBB first, and worse CB sometimes.

Generally speaking, E5200 from Wolfdale-6M work better than Wolfdale-3M indeed.

China wytiwx says:

46 minutes ago, TAGG said:

I had E3200 with 6M core, but was dead :(

I got only one E3200 from Wolfdale-6M, but no OC surprise. And I have several E3300  from Wolfdale-6M, no OC surprise too.

Serbia d0minat0r says:

Golden info here in conversation :D

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