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Has anyone toyed with the new sandy bridge processors and chip sets yet ?
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    sockpirate said:
    Has anyone toyed with the new sandy bridge processors and chip sets yet ?


    yes..hold on to your seat ..;
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=264837
  2. WTF......5k+ ghz OC.....and those ram speeds... OMG WTF......this really freaks me out LOL that is so impressive!
  3. 5kMHZ~ my bad lol you know what i meant!
  4. sockpirate said:
    5kMHZ~ my bad lol you know what i meant!


    not everyone has powerful cooling systems, 5GHz on air 24/7 should be possible in a near future with new BIOS
  5. He had that on liquid correct? I just had enough time to glance over the CPU-z , I have been AMD for a while but next rig will be a K series sandy bridge chip easily. Never done liquid but i would definitely go the liquid route to get performance like that .
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  7. sockpirate said:
    He had that on liquid correct? I just had enough time to glance over the CPU-z , I have been AMD for a while but next rig will be a K series sandy bridge chip easily. Never done liquid but i would definitely go the liquid route to get performance like that .

    Not liquid, one was SS and the other Ln2. A little more involved than just liquid cooling.
  8. What is SS and Ln2?
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