Discussion in 'General Nonsense' started by numlock2.0, Jun 1, 2007.
a new computer
+1 there.. Guyguy, you just need a new system in all! The dvd player would only give you a 4.2/10... tried benching??
is it a 1.8ghz netburst based celly or conroe or P4m?
ah god its a celeron
i just looked it up its a laptop and thats a celeron M which means its based off either banais or northwood could you run cpuz and post a SS of it so i can see?
Its not a laptop.idk where u looked but u got the wrong one. just for sheets grins and giggles lets have the site u found it at. the complete url plz.
Back with my new updated rig lads....
guyguy... get yourself a new PC man!
haha woops i wasn't paying attention on dells site
looked like a lappy when i was just glancing at it and i thinks its still got a lappy chip in it...
Rate my spare
AMD 5200 @ 2880
2 gigs corsair value rame 6400
wd 250 gig ata hard drive
7900 gt video 256
Lite-on 20 dl dvd burner
real tek 5.1 sound
Antec 500 truepower modular psu
Ultra Aluminus black case
G os linux/ xp pro
7/10 a solid backup
Intel is the better buy for an OCer. AMD is a step backwards for you. You'd be better off buying a Q6600 than going Phenom. It makes zero sense to change platforms, when your current platform has the highest performance potential.
The X3's havent even been tested yet..
So you expect them to be better than an Intel quad or a Phenom?
Yes they have: http://en.expreview.com/2008/03/31/core-2-duo-e7300-vs-phenom-x3-8600-who-wins/
And they get beat by a number of Intel dual cores.
Seriously, it's just plain silly to switch from what you have. It's an added expense, and it has less potential than the Intel platform right now. No amount of preference towards AMD you may have, will change that. I prefer AMD. I still own a 6400+ machine, but the numbers don't lie. Intel is just plain faster, and will remain faster for the foreseeable future.
You switching to AMD is paying money to downgrade. Not a wise move by any logic.
Rate My HD 3450, it pwns I cant wait to get my 3850 back from the RAM tho
I can't rate. I just can't find any logic in it.. If I was to rate, it would be on how someone has modded the case or perhaps even highest OC speed on the CPU. We all bought the parts, it would be more like rating AMD or Intel.. ...or who has a bigger wallet.
rate my oc its under cpu-z link in my sig...keep in mind its on air
9/10 have you tried 3.6 yet?
yea i get no post most of the time...i did get it to post once but the voltage was like 1.575 and my temps where outrages...something like 50c idle and 70 somthin on load...and it failed like 5 minutes into a stress test...ill blame my sucky cooling on that though
What's your multi set at? Any possibility you can up it a little and that SHOULD in theory slow down your memory some to where you may be able to get more out of it. I dunno though, I am not a new school AMD overclocker. Either way 9/10 for the overclock.
Not sure why, but I cant get this darn rig to stable out @ 375fsb but at 350fsb I am using stock volts with 1.85 on the northbridge.
my multi can go as high as 15... at stock speed its 15x200= 3.0ghz
but i can only raise the fsb to about 224-226 before it becomes unstable so i lowered it to 14
i dont think my fsb will go anywhere over 250 because i get a no post every time i try to lower multi and raise fsb must be mobo limit even though the options in the bios go to like 450 or something like that
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