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    what is the best processor of amd for overclock....just those that are up than 2.0 Ghz plz... like 2600+ , 2500+ barton or thourb.

    post your processor here. =)

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    From what Ive read the most bang for the buck is the Barton 2500+ although I just ordered a 2800+


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    Quote Originally Posted by owndestoyer
    what is the best processor of amd for overclock....just those that are up than 2.0 Ghz plz... like 2600+ , 2500+ barton or thourb.

    post your processor here. =)
    Any lower end T'bred B or Barton processor should do the trick. My XP1800+ T'bred B runs @ 2.1GHz and my XP2600+ runs @ 2.3GHz, neither is pushed to the limit plus but run 24/7 under 100% load.

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    I think the bests are still the 1700+ ant 1800+ with the 1.5v core (dlt3c, dut3c i think) you can get them as high as 2.5Ghz!
    Do a little google search about dlt3c and youll see what i meen!
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    Yup.

    This processor. Guaranteed best stepping.

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    0308 is actually the best. Those are the ones hitting 3ghz on prommies. 0311's are pretty decent though. You should be able to hit 2.4 on good air cooling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sovereignty
    0308 is actually the best. Those are the ones hitting 3ghz on prommies. 0311's are pretty decent though. You should be able to hit 2.4 on good air cooling.
    could you define good air cooling?
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    Air cooling or active air cooling.
    its basically your heatsink with fan.
    For the higher overclocks all copper ones are used, and not the stock one.

    BTW my XP1700s (all tbredBs) OC like mad. :thumb:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kane2g
    Air cooling or active air cooling.
    its basically your heatsink with fan.
    For the higher overclocks all copper ones are used, and not the stock one.

    BTW my XP1700s (all tbredBs) OC like mad. :thumb:
    *shakes his head* i know what air cooling is. i want to know how one determines whether their air cooling is good or not. like, by "Good air cooling" does he mean a SLK900 with a 92mm tornado at full speed? or something less? what i was going for was an example of what would be the minimum to be considered "good air cooling".
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    yeah, SLK900 is good
    I got 2Ghz on my V11 with a 27cfm fan on it to keep it nice and quiet.
    Getting about 42-44C @full load. it would probably go down if I put something louder on it, but its good enough for me. :thumb:

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