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Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by AthlonX2, Nov 29, 2006.

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What Benchmark To Add

Poll closed Dec 17, 2006.
  1. Aquamark 3

    23.1%
  2. PCMark 2005

    61.5%
  3. Cinebench 9.5

    15.4%
  1. Pepsiaddict

    Pepsiaddict New Member

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    hey pepsiman you cant join until December 28th,sorry club rules,keep your scores so u can post them
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    You should try to edit the first post stating the rules of the club. If not, see if you can get a mod to add it.
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    I dont have 50 posts am I still in?
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    I think AthlonX2 is going to keep to his rules about the club. I understand why, and I don't think he is going to give anyone any special treatment. You've been a TPU member since May, so be a little more active in these posts, and he'll let ya in.
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    It dont bother me too much any way lol.
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    the posts thing dont really matter i just dont want fly by posters giving me there scores and moving on and not coming back so i just want you to be a member of tpu for 30 days
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    Thats good for me ill see if I can get a higher clock now that I finnaly got some good tubing for my watercooling setup.
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    go for it dude see if you can get on top of the list
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    Heh, just upped some voltages, got 2.8 stable with ram @ 934mhz :)

    Too bad nbench still saw 2.7 ???? Oh well, only 3093 on that run... wonder when 2.8 will show there?

    Anyways, new SM score... 1605.60. Also including some CPU-Z screenies.

    http://img.techpowerup.org/061206/1605.jpg

    [​IMG]
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    i think that puts you on top of the sciencemark list:toast:
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    Heh, gotta love that ram speed... I wasn't expecting a score quite so high :)
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    OK, I see you dont need the 50 posts to stay in club,so here are my new scores
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2007
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    Despite my CPU running at 3.2Gig +, I cannot really compete with Sceincemark scores against AM2 systems with DDR2 memory and cannot compete against dual core processors on the 2006 benches (unless you wanna include the complete score! :D ) but its nice to see that I am still top of the NBench pile tho! Obviously thats a raw speed bench that aint intersted in 2 cores or memory speed.....that ones my fave!
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    Man, those are excellent latencies for that ram speed. I take it you took them to 2.3V? At the same cpu and divider I have to run 5-5-5-15-20
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  17. Tatty_One

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    Oily, what temps your CPU running at? you could bang that voltage up to 1.5 and get 2.6Gig without breaking into a sweat there.
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    I WISH !! my board is crap ,cant change volts on CPU or RAM.

    So SANTA I want a new board for Xmas.


    My temps are 31C idle and 38C load.
    Oh and i have AC 64 pro cooler added last week.
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2006
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    A quick question on my temps,

    Idle = 31C
    Load= 38C

    Do these seem right?, I use Everest to moniter temps.
    I thought with new AC Freezer 64 pro my idle would be lower.
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    yes they seem about right, add another 80mm cheap fan to your freezer pro, put it on the opposite side to the stock one so its sucking, between the 2 they then get the hot air out much quicker and the hot air is sucked directly into your case extractor fan (if you have one), thats what I do, it will lower your CPU temps by 5+ degrees and your ambients by the same or more....a great mod for £4!!! you can just put a couple of screws thru the fan screw holes and they will slide between the fins and sit firmly and snug :D

    ohhh by the way, I have a spare socket 939 Asrock Dual SATA2 AGP and PCI-E with a professionally modded Voltmod....good to CPU Vcore @ 1.55V and it is pretty fast.....going cheap!! That WILL get you to about 2.7Gig, I had a Venice 3200 and it did me!
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    Cheers for the tip on the fan setup, will try it later on tonight.

    Also will think about board and if interested will PM you.
    Thanks again:toast:
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    Thats weird i have the same cooler my temps are a bit lower. good tip though Tatty ill have to try that too :)

    [​IMG]
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    Yeah, pushed 2.3 through them. Ran memtest for a while on them @ those speeds, and no errors, so I was happy.

    My board will let me push up to 2.5 to them, so if I want even higher scores, I might just push another .1v through them. My ramsinks are nice and cool. I was zapping them with my IR thermometer, and they were sitting around 30C.
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    I just sent you my scores.:D
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    Thief! :D

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