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World record Phenom II O/C using ASRock mobo

3922MHz from the 45nm Deneb processor

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Dec 16, 2008 7:12 am

ASRock are proud to announce that a world record overclock has been achieved with their AOD790GX/128M motherboard in conjunction with one of AMD's Phenom II (Deneb / 45nm) processors, the 920 which runs at a stock speed of 2.8GHz.

 

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The Overclocking World Record Database shows a WR result with the processor running at 280x14 which brings it to 3922.57MHz. What's even more impressive about this result is that it was achieved using just traditional air cooling whilst feeding 1.55v to the chip.

 

You can view a bit more detail about the overclock within this supplied PDF document from ASRock.

 

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