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    Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    To achieve this speed an i7 6700K CPU ran only one thread, voltage was set at 4.032V.
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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    So 1 core at silly speeds but not usable in the real world as it needs liquid nitrogen. Hmm I'm sure I remember when over clocking was a thing. You know when it mattered.

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    I know we're all desperate for more single thread performance but this is a bit strong.

    Kudos to Chu-Kui though that's impressive.

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Why Windows XP?
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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Oooops AMD FX achieved 8,000 Mhz 4 years ago

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    Oooops AMD FX achieved 8,000 Mhz 4 years ago
    That is already mentioned in the article...

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    The Intel Celeron holding the 5th position on that linked table with 8543Mhz and another Celeron at #19 running at a modest 8322Mhz. I guess the i7's aren't all they are clocked up to be afterall, lol

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Do people really care about this anymore? I know I don't but that's just me. It is all rather pointless after all.

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Quote Originally Posted by pastymuncher View Post
    Do people really care about this anymore? I know I don't but that's just me. It is all rather pointless after all.
    Yeah, I thought these days if you weren't on liquid Helium you weren't trying

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    I would like to see it delidded with a standard water cooler.

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    I know they're keeping it crazy cool and everything, but surely 4V would kill almost any CPU straight away?

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Would be nice to see a record set with just normal cooling. Like air/closed loop hydro cooler/custom loop etc.
    You know, stuff the average Joe could go out and buy and set up if they wanted to.

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonigan View Post
    I know they're keeping it crazy cool and everything, but surely 4V would kill almost any CPU straight away?
    Voltage kills because of resistance, which turns input power into heat and melts something or causes too much leakage to carry a signal. If you very much cool the CPU you lower the resistance, allowing more voltage to be used, whilst also drawing away any heat produced by resistance. You also reduce leakage from the transistor gates.

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Anyone remember the max speed attained by a liuid Nitrogen cooled Pentium 4 chip ?

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Quote Originally Posted by OilSheikh View Post
    Anyone remember the max speed attained by a liuid Nitrogen cooled Pentium 4 chip ?
    The 8543Mhz already listed on this thread was a p4 (badged as a celeron)

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    Re: Intel Skylake overclock record of 7025.66MHz achieved

    Quote Originally Posted by Lorcaran View Post
    So 1 core at silly speeds but not usable in the real world as it needs liquid nitrogen. Hmm I'm sure I remember when over clocking was a thing. You know when it mattered.
    Lets face it, the liquid nitrogen isnt the problem the problem is that no one have developed a good solution for the Liquid Nitrogen cooler, the answer is already with us if you have watched the movie "Paycheck".......

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