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Just Another Tech Blog

Anything and everything having to do with technology, computers, science, and most of all... Linux! The documentation of my Linux endeavor.


Saturday, January 13, 2007

I was having some fun over clocking my CPU this morning, and I actually managed to hit 2.75Ghz, stock cooling, without changing the volt core. It is an AMD Athlon 64 3700+ "San Diego" core Socket 939. Right now, temps are up about 3 degrees (Celsius). Everything has been running quite stable, but I haven't been able to do any stress tests/ benchmarks. I'm pretty sure that if I get some new cooling, I'll be able to reach 2.9 or even 3.0 Ghz. No money for that now though! I'm only $30 away from my LCD! After that... its a new CPU cooler. Then maybe a new keyboard/ mouse. Then a new case. So, about another $150-200. Anyways, I am quite happy with my 2.75Ghz right now!
posted by linnerd40, Saturday, January 13, 2007


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