Yet another speed record has been set for the Pentium Dual-Core E6500K processor, past a recently achieved record of 5 GHz. An overclocker with the Expreview forum name DFORDOG achieved 6 GHz using a liquid cooled setup. Details of the feat include 6.004 GHz (17.0 x 353.2 MHz), vCore of 1.8V, and a resulting FSB speed of 1412 MHz. To seat the E6500K was a Biostar TP45 HP motherboard and 2x 1 GB of GeIL DDR2 memory. The CPU was cooled by a K|ngp|n F1 liquid nitrogen evaporator. Its validation can be found here. Pentium E6500K is a limited-edition SKU based on the Wolfdale-2M core, with an unlocked bus multiplier. For now it's nowhere to be found outside China, and shows no clear signs of doing so either.
Man the next budget king will be this cpu