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Posted by Administrator - Wednesday, 31 October 2007


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Ouch! This is quite nice; running a system at 5GHz "Integrating the Seaburg chipset as well as two 771-pin “special” Xeon sockets, Piednoel told us that one of these systems has been overclocked in his lab to 5.0 GHz stable" - would be kind of nice testing OS2 on this system. Then again; would I need more speed? Not really, but then again; always nice with new hardware :-)

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Re: Intel in the GHz Game Again - Skulltrail Hits 5 GHz
« Reply #1 on: 2007.11.01, 01:59:18 »
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Posted by Administrator - Wednesday, 31 October 2007


An an. .. .

Ouch! This is quite nice; running a system at 5GHz "Integrating the Seaburg chipset as well as two 771-pin “special” Xeon sockets, Piednoel told us that one of these systems has been overclocked in his lab to 5.0 GHz stable" - would be kind of nice testing OS2 on this system. Then again; would I need more speed? Not really, but then again; always nice with new hardware :-)

I dunno about you, but I always welcome the added speed. I'm doing some video processing which would greatly benefit from it :) And even so, it'd be nice anyway just for bragging rights.  ;)
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Re: Intel in the GHz Game Again - Skulltrail Hits 5 GHz
« Reply #2 on: 2007.11.01, 08:17:56 »
OS/2 can do video procesisng?