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Overclocking Intel's Pentium 4 660

Posted on Tuesday, December 06 2005 @ 14:25:45 CET by

NordicHardware has just posted their article "Overclocking Intel Pentium 4 660". They let Sweden's best CPU overclocker take on a Pentium 4 660 processor with most cooling technologies imaginable. Everything from air to double compressor coolers, the results can be found in their latest article.

We will, as in the previous article, mainly concentrate on how much the CPU can be overclocked using different types of cooling-devices. To test the stability of the CPU we will be using the software SuperPi and even if the CPU doesn't have to be very stable to run a 1M calculation, it takes a lot more to run a 32M calculation. Read on over here.



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