A Stable 6.0 GHz Computer using the latest Ivy Bridge chip by Intel for HFT?

(Last Updated On: May 31, 2012)

A Stable 6.0 GHz Computer using the latest Ivy Bridge chip by Intel for HFT?

Read more here: http://tinyurl.com/7rdb8jy

It is not widely known as of yet that Intel has removed the “Invisible Wall” of 5.0 GHz from their Sandy Bridge line with their new Ivy Bridge rollout. Overclockers of Sandy Bridge chips were artificially shunted by a 5.0 GHz barrier than Intel imposed, though in rare cases you could buy a large bundle of chips and find one or two that would hit 5.1 GHz to 5.3 GHz

Now with Ivy Bridge, Intel went “Old School” and removed these nebulous barriers.



I think you might find this video interesting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZF8S3Nn7mTQ
Overclocking using liquid nitrogen…



That video is over 4 years old. It is now possible to get 5.0 GHz using water cooling with Sandy Bridge chips, and 6.0 GHz using Ivy Bridge and Single Stage Vapor Phase Change cooling.

See this for a 6.0 GHz computer: http://tinyurl.com/7rdb8jy

See this video for a Hollywood Muppet talking about our systems:



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