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Old 13-05-2005, 05:55 PM   #41
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Too early to tell, but for 24/7 gaming rig it's certainly the cpu to get. For overclocking to the max for benching, probably 3500/3800+ venice is better. From what i read so far the 3000/3200 venices are pretty poor in stable oc's - but benchable pretty high.

Only cpus to really look at would be 3500/3800 venice and 3700/4000 sandy.

I managed to complete superpi 32M @ 8x305mhz 2.5-4-3-7 in 30min 14s with my Gskill which i never could do before
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Old 13-05-2005, 06:45 PM   #42
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not bad at stock cpu speed of 2400mhz





@8x 305mhz 2.5-4-3-7 1T

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Old 13-05-2005, 11:26 PM   #43
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SSE3 patched superpi 32M at stock cpu speed

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Old 13-05-2005, 11:32 PM   #44
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not bad at all. That kicks my CAA2C at same speed. Probaly due to memory but.
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Old 13-05-2005, 11:37 PM   #45
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well you can see the difference at stock cpu and ram stock in first post's superpi 1M and 32M
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Old 14-05-2005, 03:47 AM   #46
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sse3 results are interesting
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Old 14-05-2005, 04:06 AM   #47
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yeah SSE3 results are interesting.. i'll post the full set later but just tried a bit of cpu + sing eVGA 6800U PCI-E video card oc'ing

10x280HTT
1GB Gskill PC4400LE @280mhz 2.5-3-3-6 1T
card @452/1205 with 71.89WHL

3dmark2003 = 14,713
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benchies are not as organised as I usually do this but i'll have a part 2 thread once i get bios testing sorted out

but here's some benchies oc'd

2x 1GB 512MB Gskill PC4400LE dual channel kit

@10x 280mhz 2.5-3-3-6 7-14-2-2-1-2 at 2.8v


chipset = 1.6v
LDT = 1.5v
LDT 3x

CPC = Enabled
CAS Latency(CL) = 2.5
RAS to CAS(Trcd) = 3
Min RAS# Active time(Tras) = 6
Row Precharge Time(Trp) = 3
Row Cycle Time(Trc) = 7
Row Refresh Cycle Time(Trfc) = 14
Row to Row Delay(Trrd) = 2
Write Recovery Time(Twr) = 2
Write to Read Delay(Twtr) = 1
Read to Write Delay(Trwt) = 2
Refresh Period (Tref) = 3072
Write CAS Latency(Twcl) = 1
DRAM Bank Interleave = Enabled
Skew = Increased
Skew Value = 255
DRAM Drive Strength = Level 7
DRAM Data Drive Strength = Level 1
Max Async Latency = 7ns
Read Preamble Time = 5ns
Idle Cycle Limit = 256
Dynamic Counter = Enabled
R/W Queue Bypass = 16x
Bypass Max = 7x
32 byte Granularity = Disable(8burst)

max SuperPi 1M so far = 28.875s

more stable results

Everest Home 2.00.323
Read = 7,647
Write = 3,257

SuperPi
1M = 29.156s
32M = 27min 00.781s

(32M seems slow even for 2.5-3-3-7 1T timings doesn't it ? )



eVGA 6800U PCI-E @452/1205 in rivatuner (ORB says 454/1210)

3dmark2003 = 14,713


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