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scratch what i posted loldidnt see edited post :nod:

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I like how most people stopped right at 3000. ;)

 

You might want to specify what processor exactly, I noticed caffeinejunkie had a 3700+, but that could be a San Diego or Clawhammer, could be socket 939 or 754.

 

Might not have specified that though in the OCDB.

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Guest caffeinejunkie

Yeah mine is a Sandy 939

 

I realised in the ocdb I had left it as a venice lol so I fixed that

 

pish I didnt stop at 3ghz I went all the way to 3003mhz and that extra 3mhz is so noticable :shake: :D

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I'll go through the list soon and do some amendments. I'd preferably have steppings as well as processor type. The more info the better!

I know what you mean about everyone stopping at 3GHz, it's like we have an aversion to HTT that isn't divisible by 10!

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Ok, the list is updated. Core and stepping info (where available) is included and the list links to the appropriate OCDB entry. It was something similar to what I wanted to do for the OCDB itself, kinda create an OCDB Hall of Fame where each entry is linked by a single line descriptor.

(Dunno about you guys, but it can be annoying trawling through the whole OCDB to find a certain entry, but that task is for another public holiday..)

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Guest caffeinejunkie

sounds sweet dude

 

if you ever go for doing it all id be happy to help because that would be very useful

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Guest caffeinejunkie

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theres my stepping info

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