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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. Athlon2K15

    Athlon2K15 HyperVtX™

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    <b>ill get on adding these scores shortly,and i do remeber you having the memory that high wile e just never got around to putting it up sorry about that bud</b>
     
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    Does someone want to help me a little with o/c my x2 6000? :eek:
     
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    Your 5600 is doing very well. :toast:

    My 1200MHz score was from a set of Crucial Balistix PC6400.

    I just got a set of Transcend AXeRam 1200MHz today tho. 1200MHz 5-5-5-15 2.2v for $132. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16820208343

    Got it up to 1400Mhz 5-5-5-15 2.34V already.

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    @Athlon- It's no problem on the score, man. It happens. Also, don't add this, it's on my Intel System. Might slap it in the AMD setup for some benches in the future tho. lol.
     
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    thankies :D yea I'm using ballistix pc6400.. it keeps crapping out and coming back when i run over 1100mhz
     
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    I think you Zalman 9500 and your mobo might limit your OCing abilities due to mainly heat, and motherboard bios options.. although I'm never used an MSI board so I can't really say.. Although... the 6000 is a bit tricky to OC in the first place.. they don't get much of an OC due to heat and core threshold on speed.. I was thinking of a 6400+ black edition, but my 5600+ draws less power and heat and I can OC to nearly 3.5GHz
     
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    thats preatty cool.. is transcend good?
     
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    Hey it would be kool if this thread added AMD OverDrive Beachmark results, no???
     
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    Hmmm.. I think this cooler should definitely be sufficient to properly cool this proc.. I see people who get 3.4 with the stock cooler, and 3.5 stable with the aftermarket..

    Just kinda confused on where to start even after reading some tutorials.. Need some one on one help :D
     
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    I wonder why my numbers aren't posted? Mabye I never posted my numbers to begin with... When the temps drop here once again in a week or so I'm going for 3.4ghz on my Opty.
     
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    hmm sounds good ill see what i can do about getting these scores updated a little..i need a bitch to update scores if you guys want to continue the thread,lol
     
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    Dude I'm buying a set.
     
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    Sorry, I'm already Alcpone's "bitch".:eek:
     
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    Wile E.... 1400mhz DDR2! :eek:
     
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    They just went down another $30. $107 :eek:

    I definitely recommend this ram. D9 GMH
     
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    And what's really amazing is, I didn't even try. Set them to 2.34V, and they made it to 700MHz. I haven't even tried 2.4V yet.
     
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    I think I'd have to cut the "fins" off the heatsink to get them to work in my motherboard...
     
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    Why?
     
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    Here we go.

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    long time no see everybody. Left for a while cause..well that in a different thread:D anyway hows all the clocks and shit? have you seen solaris's new gpu clock:rockout:
     
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    I forgot all about this club.Has there been any X2 5000+ BE post on here?
     
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    Watts I have the same proc, you may want to clock it down to 2.5, I saw a huge increase in performance when I clocked down because you can tighten your ram down alot more and lower the volts back to stock .
     
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