Processor Core 2 Duo E8500 overcomes milestone in 6.5 GHz on liquid nitrogen

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

It is known that at the beginning of this year, Intel has released new desktop processors Clarkdale, immediately became favorites among overclockers and PC enthusiasts. Indeed, thanks to the 32 nm process technology, according to the norms of which they are created, as well as some special features of these CPU proved to be very inclined to work at higher frequencies.

But let's not forget about the previous generation of Intel chips for the mass market, outside the line of Core 2 Duo E8hhh. These dual core processor, manufactured on 45 nm core Wolfdale, are still very popular with ordinary consumers, despite the fact that they appeared about two years ago, and during that time the market was replaced by several generations of processors.

Another proof of the continuing relevance of chips series Core 2 Duo E8hhh was a new record for overclocking, the established model of Core 2 Duo E8500. This CPU core with a frequency of 3.17 GHz used in time-deserved popularity, but now this "old man" is capable of much. For example, in the hands of the Japanese overclocker under the nickname DAKARA, member of the team Team KATANA, Core 2 Duo E8500 was able to conquer the frontier in the discipline of 6,5 GHz CPU-Z.

From now on record the frequency for the chip Core 2 Duo E8500 is 6506 MHz. To achieve this result, exceeding the previous world to achieve 136 MHz, help system based on the motherboard Biostar TP45 HP with Intel P45 chipset and DDR2 PC9600 RAM from A-Data. During cooling of the test system responded liquid nitrogen.


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