Overclocking: Dual- vs. Quad-Core CPUs

Overclocking II - Dual-Core E6750 At 3.30 GHz

Our selection of the G0 stepping pays off once more, as we are able to run the processor at a frequency of 3.30 GHz without a core voltage increase.

Overclocked by 24%

We drop the memory multiplier to 2.00x.

Now, the memory divider has to be dropped down to 2.00x, which results in a memory frequency of DDR2-829.

Memory at DDR2-829 with CL4

Rock stable using the default core voltage.

Swipe to scroll horizontally
Core 2 Duo E6750 @3.30 GHz
CPU Frequency3,30 GHz (+24%)
FSB413 MHz (1652 QDR)
Core VoltageDefault
Memory Multiplier2.00x
Memory FrequencyDDR2-829 (415 MHz)
Memory LatencyCL 4.0-4-4-12
Tom's Hardware News Team

Tom's Hardware's dedicated news crew consists of both freelancers and staff with decades of experience reporting on the latest developments in CPUs, GPUs, super computing, Raspberry Pis and more.