Thursday, January 26, 2006

Brag: Intel® Pentium® 4 631(Cedar Mill) 5.51Ghz on air

Holy smoke, a 5.51Ghz on air, from a measly 3.0Ghz stock. By the way, if you don't know how to map processor number to Ghz and features, check the FanBoy tools at the right side of this site. The processor details listed there is always up to date. The Cedar Mill core (single core 65nm CPU) currently available are lookin' good everyday!

Seems like my plan to order five(5) Intel® Pentium® D 930 will be beefed up with another five(5) Intel® Pentium® 4 631. The new cores are much colder compared to the Prescott big brother and they eat much lesser power. It's no wonder they'll overclock like there's no tomorrow. I have tested the early samples, and man, they do rock the boat.
All images owned by TeamJapan

Anyway, I'm getting too carried away. The info came from the so called TeamJapan, as listed on his Blog site (Google translated). And from the looks of it, he attained 4.8Ghz from the *drum roll* stock vCore. He did use a Thermalright XP-120, but it is still on air. Subcooling should definitely bring it to uber OCing spree. Is it time to see 8Ghz already? Well, we can always drool and hoped for the best!
You think, but you do not understand at all something it is not too enormous, whether the fact that it is which rank is high tolerance. (Laughing)
Present condition, 631 is not cost performance highest, probably will be?
Simply, it is regrettable for ×14 time not to be possible.


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