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    Looks like Intel has a ton in store for everyone eh? Those would be some kickass scores!
    I do believe it is dual channel
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    LMAO o yea so it is, i didn't even realize that :laugh:

    I wonder why it missed it and didn't read it? odd. Anyway its clocked at something like 445Mhz or something, what ever stock DDR 500 is, im on the old computer next door so i can't say what it is exact, just from memory.

    Just shows ya how good my RAM is ;) :p :laugh:
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    @lemonadesoda, you need to update the chart with my updated post on my T9300. Thanks
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    Ok here is my old beast, see if i can get the lowest score ;)

    Melvis | XP 2100 | 1.85Ghz | DDR 266 | 1138 | 1195 | 1591 | 547 | 544 | 615 | Going for Lowest Score

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    Oh, but wait. That is 4x CPUs that cost EUR 2500 ($3000+) each!! http://geizhals.at/deutschland/a364208.html

    That is more than EUR 10000 on processors alone!
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    Still cheaper than the apples fully spec'd.
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    ^^ clock for clock, that result is as good as your E8400. Interesting.

    Old CPUs? Sure thing. It helps other (new) members understand how much OMGZOOM they can get through an upgrade. It also points out to other (old) members that any old machines they have knocking around should be retired! :pimp:
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    I have three results to add. I'll edit this post when I get results.

    angelkiller | T2500 | 2 GHz | DDR2-667 | 2001 | 1380 | 3042 | 1553 | 1428 | 1000 | Lenovo T60. Core Duo, not Core 2, 1GB of RAM.
    http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/view/123791

    angelkiller | Pentium D 945 | 3.4GHz | DDR2-800 | 2266 | 2614 | 2179 | 1841 | 2209 | 667 | commie? Windows 7
    http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/view/123824

    angelkiller | Athlon 3000 | 2.4GHz | DDR-400 | 1852 |1778 |2242 | 1537 |1379 | 813 | commune?
    http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/view/123819
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    That's so sick. :twitch:
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    Very unlikely, both platforms are severely bottlenecked by memory. Just compare our dual quads with the i7's. Nehalem-EP has NUMA > 35GB/s memory bandwidth at stock clocks. I think Nehalem-EP is about as fast as it gets currently. I'm not even sure how Nehalem-EX will do due to the FB-DIMMs.
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    I just realised how bottlenecked that 32 core xeon is :eek: If it had sufficient memory bandwidth i.e not fbdimms it would get a much higher score although using regular dimms won't be good for a server.
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    TBH, I dont understand why that Dunnington has such poor memory performance. At a minimum it should be operating with FBDIMM and should at least match the dual Xeon setup performance on my or Dans system.

    Second, I thought the new IBMs used Registered ECC DIMMs and NOT FBDIMM so performance should be even higher.

    See here for more details on how IBM killed off FBDIMM on Xeon servers. http://www.azlan.ch/src/data/pdf/x3850_M2_6-Core_Xeon_MP_Proz_Customer_Pres.pdf
    http://www-05.ibm.com/ro/events/moldova/pdf/IBM_Day_-_Chisinau_-_7-oct-2008_-_System_x.pdf
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