E8600 Prime stable @ 4Ghz undervolted ;)

aigomorla

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1.46 gives wrong voltage.

1.46.2 is the updated one with wolfdale and yorkfields.
 
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how much is e8600 going to retail for?
 

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right now $290 to $300 on sale at plenty of Retailers. you can pick up an ES without a warranty from stalliontek for $249 with free ship. (Awesome cpu but not really worth $300 IMO, when an e7200 is $110, e7300 $140, e3110/e8400 $150, and a q6600 is $180)
 

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Originally posted by: aigomorla
1.46 gives wrong voltage.

1.46.2 is the updated one with wolfdale and yorkfields.
Where do you see this? The official website does not have anything newer than 1.46(.0).
 

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Impressive. That's almost 1 GHz more, for 0.5v and 10 degrees C less than my OC'd E4300. For a CPU that costs only...er...almost twice as much as the one I have!!!

My usual source doesn't stock them, and the alternative UK source has them listed on pre-order at £188. Ouch!

Technically, I like it. I like the 10x multi. Pricewise...I'll hold on, thanks.
 

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Originally posted by: Thor86
Originally posted by: jaredpace
4Ghz with 1.09 Vcore Prime stable. Amazing.
http://www.abload.de/image.php?img=339g99.jpg
Nice, is this test in case or out? Also, what is the SPEC/Batch code?

Thanks!
Not sure if hes got the setup in a case or not.
E8600 S-SPEC: SLB9L
FPO/BATCH Q820A604

E0 will come in e8400/e3110/e8500 too:

E8400 (E0) - SLB9J
E8500 (E0) - SLB9K

The original C0 versions are:
E8400 (C0) - SLAPL
E8500 (C0) - SLAPK
 
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So when are we going to see quad-cores with this die revision?
 

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q9650 & q9550 now. 9x & 8x multipliers i think
 

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Man, those are some bad-ass chips there. The E8500 for $180 or thereabouts is a steal.
 

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Originally posted by: ShadowFlareX
Originally posted by: jaredpace
q9650 & q9550 now. 9x & 8x multipliers i think
Q9550 is 8.5x, it's Q9450 that has 8x multiplier :)
oops thanks. pretty sure they're E0.
 

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Originally posted by: VirtualLarry
So when are we going to see quad-cores with this die revision?
read the last 3 rigs in my collection. :D
 
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