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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by lemonadesoda, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. Pete1burn

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    Did you post an image? There's nothing there for you.
     
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    No....I think he was actually talking smack to you......go get him. :toast:

    On topic....I'll pick this up and give it a few runs. :)
     
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    Here is my lame score :cry:
    Very upset with such a low score~~~~

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    Bah! I can't get my Xeon system to do this benchmrk without BSOD. Still hunting down the problem!


    *EDIT*

    FAULTY L5420 it seems
     
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    I took out the 667Mhz memory so it runs at dual channel 800, increases my score to 7081, quite pointless.
     
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    heh I was obsessing about 66mhz on my ram seems like it wouldn't make a difference anyway.

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    When your system is severely bottlenecked by memory it does make a difference. Just need two 2GB 800MHz modules to replace the 667's, don't feel like wasting cash on them though :)
     
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    I was referring to myself though :p I still can't beat your bloody score :laugh: I've managed to get it at 4ghz and still 21 points behind.
     
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    ========== WANTED =============================================================

    Would someone kindly run the following:


    Q6600 at 2.4 or 2.7Ghz on a PCI-e/DDR2 system. I would like to compare performance vs. my AGP Q6600. Thanks Dr Pepper!

    Nehalem-EP! (hehe)

    A ultra cheapo Core2 celeron or mobile Core2.

    Atom 270. Thanks A Cheese Danish!

    Atom 230/Z5xx esp. a netbook like Samsung NC10 or Asus/Acer

    Via Nano or C7[/COLOR]

    :toast:
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    I'l give it a go mr soda :) I was about to compare 2.4 to 4ghz so I've already got the results for 2.4

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    And will have Ubuntu and Fedora up for my lappy by tonight as well.
     
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    when I get home ill test my home machine.
     
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    That is very low for a T9300, my T2600 gets better than that. Might want to find the cause?

    @ Melvis:
    That score is pretty good for 0 MHZ ram!
     
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    Yeah, i just got up to 2164...i may do a clean install of 7 and see whats up. Then I'll probably run XP as well
     
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    Problem right there. Check CPU-Z and BIOS.
     
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    thats pretty good for 1 core, says alot for the T9300.
     
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    ^^nice. Dual channel DDR running on that Atom 270, right?! (Compare to my Atom 330 in the OP, which is single channel DDR2 667).

    Notice that clock-for-clock the Atom 270/330 is pwning a P4 EE edition. That means that if/when they create an "Extreme" Atom 330 with just 10W, it will do very nicely. Larrabee is going to be ace. Even as a "server" processor:

    e.g. Atom 330 "extreme" at 3Ghz and 10W = 2500 geekscore

    "8" of these on one chip = 80W = 20000 geekscore

    Compared with dual Xeons = 150W = 12500 geekscore

    Twice the performance, half the power.
     
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