Sandy-Bridge news update: Sub-6s 1M at 6250MHz and 7GHz theoretically

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The most important results, for us overclockers, are without any doubt the 7.488s at 5GHz SuperPI 1M. This means that a result below 6 seconds could be possible at only 6.25GHz, which is significantly lower than the current 7GHz requirement.


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  1. OMG wonder what of AMD's "Fusion" how this is all going to play out :bounce: kinda exciting !!!
  2. poppasmurf said:
    OMG wonder what of AMD's "Fusion" how this is all going to play out :bounce: kinda exciting !!!


    I take it you mean AMD's new upcoming CPU's? That would be Bulldozer; "Fusion" refers to placing CPU and GPU on a single die and has nothing to do with CPU benchmarks or overclocking.
  3. Herr_Koos,

    Yes I know, and I was commenting on the upcoming platforms between the two. I get a lil giddy when new stuff comes out and start thinking of all the possibility's

    The one platform was being discussed in his resource link in his thread of its potential to overclock or not.

    No worries pal, thanks though for your reply...I think.

    -poppasmurf
  4. Cool, gotcha.
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