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** WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE AT BUYER'S EXPENSE ** This is unobtanium super rare DFI LANParty NF2 Ultra B Modded Motherboard Rev. A Also selling 2 rare Athlon's CPU (including a famous IQYHA0351)... Seling all as a COMBO. I quitted the OC game 12+ years ago, used to be #11 competing privately against sponsored OCiers. It has been sitting in my attic ever since and I forgot about it. It's heavily modded (all volt mods plus 2 bios add on) to run these memories and CPU at its peak, see video at 2-2-2-9 at 268Mhz! Included all seen in pictures: AMD Athlon AXDA2400KV3C - AIUHB0317MPMW Kingston KHX3200K2/512 KIT DFI LANPARTY NF2 REV.A ATHLON AXDA2400KV3C - AIUHB0317MPMW ATHLON AXMG22600FQQ4C – IQYHA0351MPMW System Test DFI LANParty NF2 Ultra B Modded Motherboard + CPU + RAM 268 fsb ////// Link>>> https://youtu.be/0-KoU9HTZRw This is a collector's item. 387 GBP + Shipping
Hello Dear Overclockers! Some of you may already know - we have small overclocking community in Georgia - Overclockers.ge ( http://www.overclockers.ge ) and we are doing our part in the world of OC. I wish to share our success with you too. About two weeks ago, local university organized LGA2011 stock cooler overclocking championship final stage and I decided to show young overclockers how it's all about extreme OC. That time local frequency record was 7350 MHz, I decided to break it. First time I used Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 motherboard and despite its pretty unpredictable nature, I managed to tame it and done 7999 MHz - http://hwbot.org/submission/2519435_ At the university OC championship, Gigabyte MB refused to turn on at all. To compensate for that, after 3 days I decided to make a livestreaming OC event, this time with my old ASUS Maximus Formula. MB is quite old, with RMA on its history once and changed chipset, which loves a bit higher voltages than normal for stability. I expected to just jump over my previous 7999, get in 8000 MHz league and show young overclockers everything in live event. Here are the Hardware used: MB: ASUS Maximus Formula (X38 Chipset) - Flashed Rampage Formula BIOS, Unmodded Stock MB, no Vdroop, Vcore, OVP mods CPU: Intel Celeron 356 - Batch: 5634B341 Pot: Kingpin Cooling Dragon F1 TIM: GC Extreme RAM: 1 x Team Xtreem 512 MB, Micron D9GMH GPU: Zotac GeForce 9500 GT PSU 1: Inter-Tech CobaNitroX 750 Watts PSU 2: Codegen 350 Watts - for fans only Thermometer: UEi DT304 Apollo IV OS: Totally stripped down WinXP SP3 and LN2 ofc. But then my old Maximus Formula begin making wonders... Booted flawlessly @ 8000 MHz and made higher results possible - http://hwbot.org/submission/2520651_ Then it was 8133 MHz - http://hwbot.org/submission/2520654_ Then 8262 - http://hwbot.org/submission/2520655_ 8292 - http://hwbot.org/submission/2520656_ Breaking 8300 MHz barrier - http://hwbot.org/submission/2520658_ And the top result for the day - 8322 MHz - http://hwbot.org/submission/2520659_ The result has been a great success for our community. Considering that the CPU is unlapped and MB is stock, there seems to be some room for improvements. I plan to lap CPU and pot, do Vdroop mod to MB and try again. As of Loadline Calibration it gave worse results. 8322 MHz was done with Loadline Calibration disabled. Here you can watch the 3-hour session on Youtube: Here are the pics taken during the event:
For about one and a half months, the guys from ocaholic have known that they were going to try break memory world records. At an exhibition called IM-Top which was being held by the Swiss distributor Ingram Micro ocaholic was welcome to try break memory world records. Read the full story at Ocaholic.ch Results : Some pics: