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Intel Pentium 4 1.8GHz

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1.8 GHz
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Pentium 4 1.8GHz Game Requirement Analysis

The Pentium 4 brand refers to Intel's line of single-core desktop and laptop central processing units (CPUs) introduced on November 20, 2000 and shipped through August 8, 2008. They had the 7th-generation x86 microarchitecture, called NetBurst, which was the company's first all-new design since introduction of P6 microarchitecture of the Pentium Pro CPUs in 1995. NetBurst differed from the preceding P6 (Pentium III, II, etc.) by featuring a very deep instruction pipeline to achieve very high clock speeds (up to 3.8 GHz) limited only by TDPs reaching up to 115 W in 3.4 GHz ?3.8 GHz Prescott and Prescotts 2M cores . In 2004, the initial 32-bit x86 instruction set of the Pentium 4 microprocessors was extended by the 64-bit x86-64 set.


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My CPU is 4310% better. Strange.

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I remember going up with the Multiplier from 14X to 18X @ Stock Voltage on 200MHz Bus speed, then going up with the FSB to 250 MHz. Then increasing the voltage and going up with the FSB again till 5 GHz.

Like that:

- 14 x 200 MHz = 2800 GHz

- 18 x 200 MHz = 3600 MHz

- Lot of increments here..

- 18 x 250 MHz = 4500 MHz

- going up with the voltage

- 18 x 270 MHz = 4860 MHz

- going up with the voltage again

- 18 x 278 MHz = 5004 MHz

- going up with the voltage for the third time

- BOOM.. No longer works

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you overclocked via multiplier or with the speed?? i think intel had unlocked cpu back then. or was it after intel decided to lock them up for the overclocking customer

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Nah.. I came second after another competitor won the event by just 0.1 Ghz more. He acheivied 5.1 GHz. Sadly, mine dead after it reached the 5.0 GHz.. lol

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oh that makes stuff alittlebit clearer.

you won the bet atleast?

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 @SauceBoss I have used Liquid Cooling to be able to acheive that OC.. but after It reached 5.0 GHz the Processor died although temps were not that high… About the stability, No need to test its stability. It was just an OC Competition to see the Maximum OC before teh CPU die.. There was no Windows to test on it..

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reaper15058832 its the nature of maths and occurs when using a single percent to display multiple points of information. These are the only details provided by Felix and an underlying mechanic of GD

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This would eat Battlefield 3 for breakfast :D

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@pip….

 

Your cpu is 96% better than this one….and mine is 92% better than this one….but your cpu is a 103% better than mine???? Your cpu should be like a 180 better than this one….

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My CPU is 96% better than this lol

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My CPU is 75% better than this :o

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My pc is 2178% better than this :/

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bruh .. you're comparing your chip to a processor that is more than a decade and a half old. What in the world would you expect?

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Yes. u r right, still it can run msoffice and other business programs but has now no mark in the gaming world.

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Righto. These days there are enough chip variations that we can decently deduce performance per value and decide which processor to buy. That wasn't the case that time..

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