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Tuesday, 29 May 2007 17:03

Intel's QX6850 Kentsfield on test

Written by Slobodan Simic
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4,800MHz (400 x 12) on MSI P35

 

The Coolaler.com website managed to get a hold of and test the one and only Core 2 Extreme quad core QX6850 processor.

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They played a lot with it, since they managed to get it from the default 3 GHz to 4,800 MHz, with LN2 of course. The default speed of QX6850 is 333 MHz Bus speed with a 9x multiplier which ends up at 3,000MHz on a 1,333MHz FSB. The QX6850 will be the only processor called Core 2 Extreme with 1,333MHz FSB, and probably the last stand of Intel on 65nm. It comes with total of 8 MB cache, 2x4MB to be exact since it is two dual cores taped together inside one chip.

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Super PI 1M test on QX6850 with Vcore set at 1.56v and clocked at 4GHz (364x11=4,004MHz) with DDR2-1092 5-5-5-15 ended for 12.844s.

The rest of the Super PI tests and screenshots can be seen here on Coolaler.com, and the validated 4.8GHz OC can be found here.



 

 

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