OC3D longstanding member gets World Record Overclock!

"One of our long-standing dedicated Forum (and clan) members Ham has managed a pretty nice World Record Overclock...peek inside to find out..."

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4095MHz on a Celeron Northwood!

One of our long-standing members Graham Newton (aka Ham) has managed an awesome World Record overclock on a Celeron Northwood.

With stock speeds at 2600MHz, Ham got 4095MHz out of the little Celly, taken from a Dell computer (of all things!!)

4095 on a celeron

CPU-Z Validation here

Ripping.org confirmation here

Grainy phone pics of the rig below.

hams ss hams rig

Graham is using a Custom R290 based Single Stage Phase change unit, built by his own fair hands (Build Log Here). Pretty impressive we think.

Check out the cool news in our forum where you can congratulate Graham on his achievement.

Graham has promised more to come (with better pics hopefully!!), so keep your eyes peeled!
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27-03-2006, 07:15:35

MeltedDuron
yea, dothan will f**king kick it on phase lol, I may have arrangements to use a friends cascade and GPU cooler too!

27-03-2006, 07:30:35

Jim

yea, dothan will f**king kick it on phase lol, I may have arrangements to use a friends cascade and GPU cooler too!



Nice, shame ur batting for team XS :( ;)

27-03-2006, 08:13:13

MeltedDuron
spoke to the guy who's organizing it, I'm benching for you now ;)

27-03-2006, 08:34:06

Kempez
Sweet Melted. I've seen your antics mate so we'd be proud to have you benching for us :)

27-03-2006, 08:43:13

Jim

spoke to the guy who's organizing it, I'm benching for you now ;)



Did i mention i love you (in a very straight manly way) ;)

27-03-2006, 13:39:30

Ham
Ah crap

Closing Date for entries - 10 PM GMT Sunday 26th March 2006



Me and llwyd would have knocked up the most ghetto aircooler ever:(. And i could do with a free 7800...

27-03-2006, 15:53:07

WC Annihilus
It's a GS so it's AGP man. Course you could have sold it and then bought a new card :/

27-03-2006, 16:59:00

Ham

It's a GS so it's AGP man. Course you could have sold it and then bought a new card :/



ASRock 939Dual-SATA2 remember WC:D

Im using a AGP 6800 now

27-03-2006, 18:15:05

WC Annihilus
Haha, good stuff. plain 6800 or what?

28-03-2006, 06:42:03

Ham
Llwyds old Asus V9999. Its running 325/700 with 16/6. Llwyd got it to 410/810 with his zalman, but my AC dosn't fit due to the molex.
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