|14-05-2005, 02:43 PM||#51|
Join Date: Feb 03 2005
Location: Stoneville, Perth WA
hey eva2000, get some BH-5 in that rig. That TCCD sucks (no offense). I juist ran a SuperPi 32M at 265x9 and it only took 29m 59.781m. Thats only a bit under your results but my CPU was 25Mhz slower.
Chek out my post at xtremesystems, I dont wanna post the images here and fill your thread.
seems the link dont work. here
|14-05-2005, 02:55 PM||#52|
Join Date: Jul 22 2004
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Blog Entries: 42
yeah BH-5 will speed it up just using TCCD to find my way around cpu stability first
By grooveteksee that's the hype everyone including me got into with the preview chips and their results... venice 3200+ cpus coming out now alot of folks are having hard time getting 2400mhz prime stable while they can bench much higher, same goes for san diegos it seems as to the disparity between what you saw from previews/reviews and what you get.
But i haven't tried all the bioses yet. Some folks reported on DFI with sandy, higher vcore at 1.7+ gave them lower load cpu temps than around 1.5-1.6 ???? maybe bios isn't giving the right vcore somewhere ???
Still need to investigate
Last edited by eva2000; 14-05-2005 at 02:58 PM.
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