Nah, 8,180MHz can't hold a candle to 500GHz
, but on the long road of overclocking
Intel's Pentium 4 where there is an increasingly brief
amount of time available to brag
before being trumped
, the zany Italians have crowned themselves champs once more. Not content with just hitting 8GHz
with a "Cedar Mill" Pentium 4 631, OC Team Italy managed to push that very model an additional 179MHz by tweaking the FSB. The final results yielded a 173-percent overclock, and while this here setup may run stable for a continued period if placed at the depths of Antarctica, we can't imagine this being too feasible for the common man to replicate and actually utilize.