Overclockers Top 6GHz With A 3.6GHz-Rated P4

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I thought this was neat ,check it out
they did it on friday .09/24
The 6GHz barrier has been broken by two guys, a little LN2 (liquid nitrogen for those not as chemistry inclined), and an Intel Pentium 4 (Prescott) 3.60GHz. Check out some icing and some proof of speed.

http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/36e_6009_cpuz_s.gif

http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/775_ln2_4.jpg

http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/36e_6009_cpuz.gif

http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/775.jpg

http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/775_ln2_5.jpg

http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/775_ln2_2.jpg

http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/775_ln2_3.jpg

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NICE! hahaha liquid nitrogen. TOMs hardware had a story on the 2.4- 4.5 GHz a while ago... they are sadly beaten now. If they had artistic skill id love to see them make a cool case for that.
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Makes me wonder where they actually got liquid nitrogen....6 gigs, though...ahhhhh..... I guess that kinda voids the warranty :D
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wow, anyone look at the two pics with the thermometers?

I see -102.7 (before computer boots?)
and -18.9 (full speed ahead)

both of those aprear to be in celcius
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omg! thats nuts! i want one!

but i wonder, how long does the Ln2 last for before it runs out?

can you actually play a game or do something worthwhile before you have to shut it off?
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Do mottherboards have the option of doing this?

I know you can buy refrigerator units for a silent and fan free but they cost about £500 ($800) I think?
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Is there a story on this ?

ABIT board,
http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/775.jpg

ASUS board,
http://www.akiba-pc.com/775/775_ln2_3.jpg

I'm curious to the results with each board (I dont see any active pics for the ABIT board...)
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I just went there ,and they are doing Maint.
on there forums,they have a writeup in there
BenchMarking forum..
this is all there is and you saw this already.
http://www.akiba-pc.com/article.php?34.0

I'll PM you when there back up and I'll send you a link
you have to be a member to access there forums.lol
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Johan007 wrote:
Do mottherboards have the option of doing this?

I know you can buy refrigerator units for a silent and fan free but they cost about £500 ($800) I think?


psshh, 800 bucks?

just buy an old beat up mini/bar fridge, knock a hole in it, stick all your wires through, put in some of that foamy insulation to fill the hole, insert the pc into the fridge

and VOILA, now refridgerating unit for your PC
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Yea like this , I was hoping to find one of these under my pillow some time when I get up.lol
http://www.phamcomputer.com/

http://www.asetek.dk/nyhederPro/visnyhe ... tabaseID=1

http://www.burnoutpc.com/modules/wfsect ... icleid=155
scroll down on this one ,there alot of pictures...lol

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