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Intel Sandy Bridge-E overclocking details revealed

Posted on Wednesday, September 28 2011 @ 12:23:00 CEST by


VR Zone learned more details about the overclocking of Intel's Sandy Bridge-E processors, you can read it over here.
Last week some details on how to overclock Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge-E CPU were posted over at bit-tech and in as much as it covered the basics, details from a Taiwanese website that leaked almost simultaneously puts all of the puzzles pieces together. If and that's is a big if, someone can hit Intel's theoretical maximum clock speed for the upcoming Sandy Bridge-E processors, then we can expect to see CPU running at a massive 9.5GHz.

So far only details of the turbo frequency for the Sandy Bridge-E processor have leaked, but with the help of all the additional details, we finally have a clearer picture of what to expect. It seems like Intel decided to drop at least one or two of the multipliers we heard were available on early engineering samples of the Sandy Bridge-E CPUs and as such we're stuck with 1.25 and 1.67, although just like with the current Sandy Bridge processors, the BCLK can be adjusted in increments of 1MHz...




 



 

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