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SuperPi 1MB record returns to Team Japan

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Posted July 30, 2007 by admin in CPU & Motherboards

Surprisingly, he chose an E6700 over an X6800 – which in the end didn’t have any effect on the results. With his lucky seventh CPU clocked at 5741MHz (-163C), in conjunction with a volt modded ASUS P5K motherboard and 2GB of Team Xtreem PC2-6400 (4-4-4-4) memory, he not only managed to bust the 1MB record, but also the 2MB, 4MB and the 8MB.

Due to some handy LN2, his E6700 also validated 5.795.5MHz, but his luck had ran out and it was unable to complete the test.

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