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Billy Bob
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      05-21-2007, 05:41 AM
Has anyone here tried ocing a 6320? I was going to get a 4300 or 4400 but
it looks like only the early runs were good overclockers? The 6320 is only
like $30 more than the 4400.

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      05-21-2007, 12:47 PM
"Billy Bob" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Has anyone here tried ocing a 6320? I was going to get a 4300 or 4400 but
> it looks like only the early runs were good overclockers? The 6320 is
> only like $30 more than the 4400.
>
> bob


It still hits 2.7ghz on stock settings which is not bad for a $ 130 chip...
overclocking the E6320 requires faster memory which costs more.

 
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      05-21-2007, 01:52 PM

"Nick Le Lievre" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> "Billy Bob" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>> Has anyone here tried ocing a 6320? I was going to get a 4300 or 4400
>> but it looks like only the early runs were good overclockers? The 6320
>> is only like $30 more than the 4400.
>>
>> bob

>
> It still hits 2.7ghz on stock settings which is not bad for a $ 130
> chip... overclocking the E6320 requires faster memory which costs more.


I'll be getting the gskil 2 gig ddr2 800 memory, if that helps?

thx

bob


 
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      05-21-2007, 01:53 PM

"Nick Le Lievre" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> "Billy Bob" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>> Has anyone here tried ocing a 6320? I was going to get a 4300 or 4400
>> but it looks like only the early runs were good overclockers? The 6320
>> is only like $30 more than the 4400.
>>
>> bob

>
> It still hits 2.7ghz on stock settings which is not bad for a $ 130
> chip... overclocking the E6320 requires faster memory which costs more.



Are you referring to the E6320 for $130?


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      05-21-2007, 02:15 PM
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> "Nick Le Lievre" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:4651950b$0$18537$(E-Mail Removed) .com...
>> "Billy Bob" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>>> Has anyone here tried ocing a 6320? I was going to get a 4300 or 4400
>>> but it looks like only the early runs were good overclockers? The 6320
>>> is only like $30 more than the 4400.
>>>
>>> bob

>>
>> It still hits 2.7ghz on stock settings which is not bad for a $ 130
>> chip... overclocking the E6320 requires faster memory which costs more.

>
>
> Are you referring to the E6320 for $130?
>


No the E4300 which is approx $130 isn't it? I dunno becuase I live in the UK
and it costs 62 here (the E4300 that is) the E6320 costs 88. Your
getting the faster RAM so you should be able to take the E6320 higher then
the 2331mhz it will reach at 333x7 - how high I dunno. You'd have to reach
385x7 to get it to 2700mhz so that will require the ddr800 I guess although
I heard that some ddr667 will reach 800 speeds. Don't take anything for
granted even 2700mhz is a nice overclock for a CPU that starts out at
1800mhz and only costs $ 120 how much further you will be able to get with a
more expensive e6320 and more expensive RAM I dunno but is it really worth
that much more?

 
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      05-21-2007, 03:11 PM
Actually the ram is $85 US for 2 gig right now!


bob



"Nick Le Lievre" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>> "Nick Le Lievre" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news:4651950b$0$18537$(E-Mail Removed) .com...
>>> "Billy Bob" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>> Has anyone here tried ocing a 6320? I was going to get a 4300 or 4400
>>>> but it looks like only the early runs were good overclockers? The 6320
>>>> is only like $30 more than the 4400.
>>>>
>>>> bob
>>>
>>> It still hits 2.7ghz on stock settings which is not bad for a $ 130
>>> chip... overclocking the E6320 requires faster memory which costs more.

>>
>>
>> Are you referring to the E6320 for $130?
>>

>
> No the E4300 which is approx $130 isn't it? I dunno becuase I live in the
> UK and it costs 62 here (the E4300 that is) the E6320 costs 88. Your
> getting the faster RAM so you should be able to take the E6320 higher then
> the 2331mhz it will reach at 333x7 - how high I dunno. You'd have to reach
> 385x7 to get it to 2700mhz so that will require the ddr800 I guess
> although I heard that some ddr667 will reach 800 speeds. Don't take
> anything for granted even 2700mhz is a nice overclock for a CPU that
> starts out at 1800mhz and only costs $ 120 how much further you will be
> able to get with a more expensive e6320 and more expensive RAM I dunno but
> is it really worth that much more?



 
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