CeBIT 2007 - Extreme overclocking by Coolaler

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@camwilmot
Published Fri, Mar 16 2007 3:36 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:39 PM CST

Our good friend Coolaler from Taiwan has teamed up with G.Skill at CeBIT to run some extreme overclocking demonstrations of the Core 2 Extreme processor.

Operating at around -50c using LN2 cooling they managed to impress hitting a maximum CPU clock speed of 4.5GHz (500MHz FSB x 9) and they had DDR-2 memory humming along nicely at 1300MHz DDR or PC2-10400.


There is more photos and information over at Coolaler's forum if you are interested.

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