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    Talking NewBeetle hits 33k '05, 5.5GHz w/2900Pro's

    It was actually G H Z that brought this to my attention a few days ago but its definitely a very noteworthy result.

    http://ntake.hp.infoseek.co.jp/
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    M/B Bed:「V-TEC ARC Bed Rev.3.3」
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    SB cooling:stock
    CPU:Intel Core2 E6700(L633A549#7)
    CPU cooling:MaxxNEO + LN2 / temp:-155C
    Memory:Team Xtreem PC2-6400 1GBx2 4-4-4-4
    VGA:SAPPHIRE RADEON HD2900PRO 1G DDR4 PCI-E CrossFire
    HDD:Maxtor 6Y080P0 (SATA接続)
    Power Supply:Antec Quattro 1000
    Vcore:1.85V(Actual)
    Vio:3.26V(PC Probe 2)
    Vdimm:2.45V(Actual)
    OS:Windows XP SP2




    Congrats to NewBeetle-san on a milestone with the 2900Pro's, and we hope to see much more 3D action from Team Japan in the future!
    Last edited by Gautam; 10-16-2007 at 09:22 AM.

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    Awesome, Team Japan goes 3D

    Great work Newbeetle!!
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    And all this with air-cooled CF setup

    These cards are like gems for this sort of price!
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    Run and hide your children! Japan has gone 3D!

    How many volts on the GPUs?

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    After Kyosen another one that has entered the 3D world, i wonder how he will stack up against Kinc shamino and others in the future , nice results

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    Really great NewBeetle-san

    Welcome to my Favorite Game - 3DMark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro Rocha View Post
    Welcome to my Favorite Game - 3DMark
    Have you finished it up yet ?

    It's nice to see the 3D competition growing up, to be precise some serious competition.

    I have a feeling that that's just the warm up

    Well done NewBeetle-san
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam View Post
    It was actually G H Z that brought this to my attention a few days ago but its definitely a very noteworthy result.

    http://ntake.hp.infoseek.co.jp/



    Congrats to NewBeetle-san on a milestone with the 2900Pro's, and we hope to see much more 3D action from Team Japan in the future!
    Great results. Here we can see how much 2005 is CPU limited . I'm hitting 28k with higher clocked 2900pro 873/2332 @ 4160mhz CPU , he reached 33k with 1.4ghz more on CPU great
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    someone give this man X38 board lol
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    Yeah that would be murder on dual 16X, still a great result from NewBeetle. I thought he was only interested in Pi, it's nice to see him on top of some 3D action tearing it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by G H Z View Post
    Yeah that would be murder on dual 16X, still a great result from NewBeetle. I thought he was only interested in Pi, it's nice to see him on top of some 3D action tearing it up
    Hmmm.......To be honest, I didn't gain anything from ASUS Blitz Extreme (P35 - DDR3) to ASUS P5E3 WS Pro (X38 - DDR3).....NOT EVEN one single mark.....
    .....and keep in mind that Blitz Extreme uses CrossLink chip to split the x16 to 2 x 8 so there must be some kind of latency in there too.....

    SO, where is the gain of the "straight" 2 x 16 of the X38.....?.....
    Might be the mobo P5E3 WS Pro?......I have TWO of them acting the same.....Bios of them?.....I have changed three of them.....What else?....
    A good thing about X38 is that plays my rams at Cas 6 - 5 - 5 - 13 and tight subtimings, at almost 910MHz (1820MHz DDR) and Performace Level 5 ......
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    that's what i am finding with Gigabyte X38 hipro

    really likes tight timings and clocks the RAM higher as well

    this is DDR2 board

    yet to receive the DDR3 one
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    hipro I wish I knew...Blitz has to be better than 16x/4x of P5K no? Strange that P5E3 is not performing better than Blitz, I wonder what thats about. At the cost some of these boards are reaching they better be working correctly.

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    Thank you all!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam View Post
    It was actually G H Z that brought this to my attention a few days ago but its definitely a very noteworthy result.
    http://ntake.hp.infoseek.co.jp/
    Congrats to NewBeetle-san on a milestone with the 2900Pro's, and we hope to see much more 3D action from Team Japan in the future!
    Thank you so much for starting this thread.
    But it was secret that I started 3D bench....
    And please edit URL:
    http://ntake.hp.infoseek.co.jp/cgi-b...e/DSCN1801.JPG > http://homepage2.nifty.com/NewBeetle...CF_LN2_800.jpg
    http://ntake.hp.infoseek.co.jp/cgi-b...0_850-1080.png > http://homepage2.nifty.com/NewBeetle...0_850-1080.png
    I will try next run tomorrow with new LN2 containers for VGA.

    Quote Originally Posted by massman View Post
    Awesome, Team Japan goes 3D
    Great work Newbeetle!!
    DAKARA, picoo and I started 3D bench with HD 2900 PRO / CrossFire.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lightman View Post
    And all this with air-cooled CF setup
    These cards are like gems for this sort of price!
    It is a surprise that such a score goes out by complete stock VGA cooling!

    Quote Originally Posted by R101 View Post
    Run and hide your children! Japan has gone 3D!
    How many volts on the GPUs?
    No VGPU mod and no VGPU tweaking.
    ATITool indicates 1.15V VGPU.

    Quote Originally Posted by BeardyMan View Post
    After Kyosen another one that has entered the 3D world, i wonder how he will stack up against Kinc shamino and others in the future , nice results
    I am a Pi bencher not a 3D bencher.
    I will do 3D bench only for several months.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro Rocha View Post
    Really great NewBeetle-san
    Welcome to my Favorite Game - 3DMark
    Thank you always, Pedro Rocha-san
    I want to catch up with your wonderful score by any means.

    Quote Originally Posted by BenchZowner View Post
    Have you finished it up yet ?
    It's nice to see the 3D competition growing up, to be precise some serious competition.
    I have a feeling that that's just the warm up
    Well done NewBeetle-san
    I want to do VGPU mod and LN2 cooling for VGA, and to aim at the score on more.

    Quote Originally Posted by DStealth View Post
    Great results. Here we can see how much 2005 is CPU limited . I'm hitting 28k with higher clocked 2900pro 873/2332 @ 4160mhz CPU , he reached 33k with 1.4ghz more on CPU great
    I also have the same idea of you.
    2005 considerably depends on the performance of CPU.

    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    someone give this man X38 board lol
    someone give me the X38 board!

    Quote Originally Posted by G H Z View Post
    Yeah that would be murder on dual 16X, still a great result from NewBeetle. I thought he was only interested in Pi, it's nice to see him on top of some 3D action tearing it up
    Thank you so much, G H Z-san
    Now my interest is 3D bench....

    Quote Originally Posted by hipro5 View Post
    Hmmm.......To be honest, I didn't gain anything from ASUS Blitz Extreme (P35 - DDR3) to ASUS P5E3 WS Pro (X38 - DDR3).....NOT EVEN one single mark.....
    .....and keep in mind that Blitz Extreme uses CrossLink chip to split the x16 to 2 x 8 so there must be some kind of latency in there too.....

    SO, where is the gain of the "straight" 2 x 16 of the X38.....?.....
    Might be the mobo P5E3 WS Pro?......I have TWO of them acting the same.....Bios of them?.....I have changed three of them.....What else?....
    A good thing about X38 is that plays my rams at Cas 6 - 5 - 5 - 13 and tight subtimings, at almost 910MHz (1820MHz DDR) and Performace Level 5 ......
    Thank you very much for your TIPS, hipro5-san
    I can make my 2900's fan ALWAYS to work at FULL SPEED.

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    Great Result Mitsuaki-san!

    We started 3Dmark bench also..
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewBeetle View Post
    DAKARA, picoo and I started 3D bench with HD 2900 PRO / CrossFire.
    Is it normal I'm aroused by this statement?

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    new beetle, you have any pics of those containers for vga?

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    Wow, that's a nice establishment for VGAs on stock cooler. Yup, 3DMark05 sure loves CPU performance. Going from Opteron 165 @ 2.8GHz to C2D @ 3.75GHz gained about 1k with GFX card at same clocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by over@locker886 View Post
    Great Result Mitsuaki-san!
    We started 3Dmark bench also..
    Thank you always, over-san
    I know you started 3Dmark bench with 2900 PRO.
    We are fellows who have the same will.

    Quote Originally Posted by massman View Post
    Is it normal I'm aroused by this statement?
    Thank you always, massman-san
    I think 2900 PRO is a very good 3D board and high cost-performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by BeardyMan View Post
    new beetle, you have any pics of those containers for vga?
    Look this thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post
    Wow, that's a nice establishment for VGAs on stock cooler. Yup, 3DMark05 sure loves CPU performance. Going from Opteron 165 @ 2.8GHz to C2D @ 3.75GHz gained about 1k with GFX card at same clocks.
    Thank you, RPGWiZaRD-san
    I made GPU clock up from 850 to 950.
    But the improvement of score was just a little.

    Now, this is my new LN2 container for VGA.

    Concept :
    1. The produced cost is low
    2. Production is easy
    3. It has generality
    4. The improvement is facilitated by separating the buffer and the tank.

    I named it "Hybrid LN2 Funnel Mark1"
    Of course, I did the design and produce.

    the Copper buffer and the Aluminum tank


    Whole image


    Internal structure


    Installation on HD 2900 PRO


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    Very very good bench there NewBeetle-san

    Get your VGAs cranked up as high as you can ( assuming that your temps allow that ) and rock some ranks

    p.s. You don't have any DDR-3 board yet ?

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    Domo arigato for these nice pics NewBeetle-san!

    I like simplicity of your LN2 container.

    Have one question, 950MHz was on stock vgpu??
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    Team Japan are true overclockers
    low budget affair and monster clocks
    i like that

    i'm sure it would help if you somehow manage to make the alu side that goes onto copper a lot thinner to improve copper thermal transfer maybe

    but CPU blocks are a bit harder to make well & cheap at the same time

    i have seen some interesting designs recently where the ALU tube had a hole with a space for a copper insert which i assume would be also cheap enough and probably much better performance as you have the copper on the core and LN2/DICE in direct contact

    excellent work man excellent
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    Very nice result NewBeetle-san. Indeed 05 is very CPU bound, especially on 16x/4x.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenchZowner View Post
    Very very good bench there NewBeetle-san
    Get your VGAs cranked up as high as you can ( assuming that your temps allow that ) and rock some ranks
    p.s. You don't have any DDR-3 board yet ?
    dewa dewa
    This is my first and quick test for VGA LN2 cooling.
    My targets is 1100MHz GPU clock.
    And I have no DDR-3 board.
    It is still too exclusive for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lightman View Post
    Domo arigato for these nice pics NewBeetle-san!
    I like simplicity of your LN2 container.
    Have one question, 950MHz was on stock vgpu??
    950MHz is on stock VGPU:1.15V.
    GPU limit seems about 1000MHz under LN2 on stock VGPU.
    To tell the truth, I don't know how to VGPU mod.....
    Please tell me the best way of VGPU mod.

    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    Team Japan are true overclockers
    low budget affair and monster clocks
    i like that

    i'm sure it would help if you somehow manage to make the alu side that goes onto copper a lot thinner to improve copper thermal transfer maybe

    but CPU blocks are a bit harder to make well & cheap at the same time

    i have seen some interesting designs recently where the ALU tube had a hole with a space for a copper insert which i assume would be also cheap enough and probably much better performance as you have the copper on the core and LN2/DICE in direct contact

    excellent work man excellent
    Thank you for your advice, dinos22-san
    This container is prototype.
    I will add the improvement little by little.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam View Post
    Very nice result NewBeetle-san. Indeed 05 is very CPU bound, especially on 16x/4x.
    I was a little disappointed because the improvement of the GPU clock did not bring the great result so much.
    However, I want not to rely on CPU alone.
    I want to review various setting, and to improve score.

    DEWA DEWA ~

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