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Pentium 4 'J' overclocked to 6.30GHz

Posted on Tuesday, November 02 2004 @ 21:45:47 CET by


It is said that Intel's newest revision of the Pentium 4 with the 'J' suffix that incorporates Execute Disable-bit supports also uses less power. According to someone from Intel at the latest Intel Developer Forum this new revision uses 20% less power than the Pentium 4 D0-stepping!

Someone at the XtremeSystems Forums got one of these CPUs in his hands and was able to overclock this CPU to 6.3GHz with a tripple phase-change that keeps the CPU temperature at a chilly -121°C. More about this overclock here

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