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Thursday, 16 August 2007 17:27

Intel Celeron 430, E2160 & E6700 shootout - 7 Gordian Knot

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Low end parts go to 3600 MHz



We did not test it with the Celeron, because only one core will crash the results for sure, so let's check what the bigger cache can do.

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The E2160 results @ 3.6GHz are odd, but after several repeats they did not change. Maybe it was to much for the CPU anyways and the heat protection kicked in. It did not crash but it needed 1.70V VCore which is only applied for such testing. We highly recommend not to go over 1.60V at any circumstances, because it may also crash your board especially when using only air-cooling.

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