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FS: E2160 [Good Clocker?] £35.00

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Got an E2160, usually runs 24/7 stable on 8x325 (2.6Ghz) on stock volts. Never really pushed it any higher as I don't like to play with voltage, but most of these things go a long way! [My clocks done on a P5B vanilla with Crucial Ballistix].

It was bought new in July so is still under warrenty (05/07/2007). It was a full retail product (not OEM), I can probably dig out the stock Intel sink if anybody wants it at extra postage cost. Personally I ran the chip under Artic Freezer Pro (775) it's entire life, so it has never been very hot.

Check this thread for other overclocking results, tips, etc:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=145328&highlight=2160"

CPU = 35inc

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I've also got an UNUSED 'Artic Freezer 7 Pro' (socket 775) bought from ebuyer 22/08/2007.

I got this for a second media PC that I never built, was going to keep this one and sell the older one, but there's not really much point!

10inc
#2
Would you be interested in a trade at all?

I have some PC parts inc memory, graphics cards and hard drives amongst other things I wouldn't mind swapping.

If not, I'll put in an offer of £25 delivered (just CPU) or £34 delivered for both...
#3
Isnt the warranty voided once you overclock it?

When did you purchase the Freezer Pro and any chance of some pics of it please?
#4
Well 3.0ghz is a given. The actual ability of its overcloxking abilities depends on the chip and the voltage youre willing to put through it. But should be able to get 3.2-3.4ghz on average.
#5
boomboom: There is no way to tell that sombody has overclocked a chip, short of lapping it (as the bios on the motherboard sets the clock, not the chip itself)....so the warrenty is fine :)

ghost101: 3-3.5Ghz is about normal for these chips. Good ones with decent kit go as high as 4ghz!, check the included link to a foum discussing how to clock them and other results.

jah128: £25inc is too low for me mate. Currentl looking for Sata hardrives though if you have any?
#6
Ok thanks for that. You didnt answer my other question though - When did you purchase the Freezer Pro? Also a pic would be good if you can get one uploaded.
#7
boomboom - Found my second Artic cooler (newer), so may as well keep the older one, details in 2nd post, thanks.

I'm still running the E2160 right now! My new chip (Q6600) is supposed to arrive tomorrow (I'll take pictures then)....I'll snap both coolers tonight though :)
#8
Cheers for the info. Would you take £8 for the new Freezer Pro?
#9
I'd offer £38 for both the cooler and chip if you're interested as long as you can post some pics.

You can get the CPU/cooler combo from Scan (with free delivery) for £58)
#10
boomboom - really dont want to go lower than £10 due to postage mate!

rsachoc - 40inc via bank transfer and you have a deal, the cooler weighs alot and is pretty huge, so it'll cost a fair bit to post! I'll get the pics of the cooler up tonight and the cpu when my new one arrives; I've got ebay feedback and hexus trust and your welcome to my mobile number and address etc to give you peice of mind.
#11
minimal_fuss
boomboom - really dont want to go lower than £10 due to postage mate!


Fair enough, Ill offer asking then. £10 via BT, that ok?
#12
Well?
#13
Waiting for rsachoc to reply, he was first in line.
#14
Really? I see my offer above his :?
#15
Considering I made the first offer of any kind that would mean me being first in line, no? I registered my interest with an offer, which you rejected, and then upped it to your asking price. rsachoc made an offer after me which you rejected also. I then made the first offer of the asking price.

Someone correct me if Im wrong but does that not make me first in line?
#16
Actually rsachoc put in an offer for both items which was counter-offered. So rsachoc has 1st refusal of the OP's counter-offer. Which would save the OP on postage as well.
#17
I'll take it at the £40 agreed on the provisor that minimal_fuss provides me with pics etc.

Thanks
#18
zeus9876
Actually rsachoc put in an offer for both items which was counter-offered. So rsachoc has 1st refusal of the OP's counter-offer. Which would save the OP on postage as well.


Ok fair enough. I dont feel that is right considering I was the first to offer asking for an item that the OP was selling seperately (nowhere in the original post does it say that he would like to sell as a lot) but if thems the rules then thems the rules ;-)
#19
boomboom - sorry mate but if somebody wants to take both items, they'll always get priority.

rsachoc - provisionally sold to rsachoc, my new cpu is due today, so pics up as soon as it comes and i stoped using the E2160.
#20
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/minimal_fuss/DSCF0846.jpg
#21
payment cleared this morning, will get the package out today.
#22
All received in good order as described, thanks!

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