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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. Tatty_One

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  2. Easy Rhino

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    whats accelero x 2 ???

    ive got an x1800xt and i can only get it to 695/792
     
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    That 2006 run was on my 7900GTO but my 1800XT will do those clocks on the Accelero x2, have you raise voltage in ATi tool? The 7900GTO is faster tho, I am getting around 10,500 on the 1800XT in 2005. Never tried it in 2006.
     
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    I dont but I have sent you an IM.
     
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  5. cdawall

    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    dammit i wish i had your mobo i can only squeeze 1.568v outta mine though it did clock up to 2.46ghz :D
     
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    Ran a new set of tests the results are as following :



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    my bios gives my voltage increases in % ...so im at +7.?%v and it goes as high as +10%v...

    i also set mine to 10x multiplier and was able to raise the fsb from 220 to 244...and with a little help i changed the timing so the ram is clocked at 208 which isnt bad for the ram i have...

    $50 mobo when i bought it a year ago......still runs good today....:rockout:
     
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    ahh, ok. i saw your system specs and thought you got that score and speed with your 1800xt!
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    lol thats more than i spent on my cpu and mobo NEW!!! sweel deal no :D im prolly going to just Vmod the board if i cant get this one any higher oh and you beat my cpuz score cause f that ddr400 so i would be happy with what you got im runnning ddr266 @ 330
     
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    Got some screenshots?
     
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    Sounds good to me. I would rather have less members who are active, than lots of members who pop on once or twice and then are never seen again.
     
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    30 days sounds good to me
     
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    Yeah, I don't think 30 days is too much to ask. Sounds good to me.

    EDIT: And maybe a minimum number of posts, say like 20?
     
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    Minimum posts sounds good to me too. 20 isn't much and if you contribute a little bit in this thread, you can reach that easily.
     
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    Or perhaps have at least 1 or 2 star rating which shows some committment to TPU as well as our little club within????
     
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    Ahhhhh penny's just dropped, I was a bit puzzled by the scores that were being posted.....your ownly using the CPU scores within the benches, not the full benchmark score?
     
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    Yes min 30 days sounds good to me ..or/and as TaTTy suggested use the tpu star rating
     
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    yes only the processor scores are counted ... vid card sores aren't :)
     
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    An other rule i think that should be made is that all test should be run at same cpu speeds
     
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  20. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    i agree with it :)
     
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    I agree also. One speed for all three tests.
     
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    i think 30 days s harsh and 1 start can be gainsed easilty by five post or even two starts by 20 or 25 not sure exactly, i think 10 days shuid be gd, but then again thats my thoughs, and yes i do agree same cpu speed for each test.
     
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  23. Wile E

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    I still think 30 would be better. A person can find this site and thread, post a whole lot in a few days, then get bored with it and never be seen again. 30 days show at least a little commitment.
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    then he has to post on tpu weekly (unless he says that's going on vacation or something), if he stop posting kick him out
     
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    If you ask me, you should have a minimum post count and minimum required membership. If this were my club, 50 posts and 1 month of TPU membership would be fine requirements. Though, I can't say for sure, because the power users have never had this problem ;).
     
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