Intel's quad-core Yorkfield has already gone on several record-breaking rampages, though the dual-core derivative hasn't yet had the same chance to prove itself. German overclocker Monteboy has recently broken 8 seconds in SuperPi 1MB - not a world record for SuperPi, though still very promising. As the multiplier is limited and won't surpass 9.5, he was forced to raise the FSB to 609MHz - totaling a clock of 5789MHz. In the end, the system scored 7.895s.

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