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    Quote Originally Posted by luihed View Post
    I wouldnt go with that info especially the initial value cos it could be the direct opposite... With same settings my faster times have higher initial value than my slower times....
    +1, my rule if first iteration is good shut it down and start it over again
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    my new 12.XXX result..

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    Not sure if the QX is really this fast or I came across a new tweak or this OS is bugged but this is what I got for 11.xx.... Time is pretty fast but I didnt really tweak this run, timings are pretty relaxed, wazza is 730mb which is puny without maxmem and this os is for 3d .... I did use something new but Im keeping that to myself for now ...

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    it's not that fast considering mine and Jody's runs on conroes

    with tweaking and rest you should be able to do that at lower MHz

    i can't play atm as Gigabyte has poor efficiency in 32M and excellent efficiency in 1M with current bios files so just waiting for some fully supported bioses that will get me the same FSB as old ones
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    Quote Originally Posted by over@locker886 View Post
    can you add Memset to your screenshots in the future mate? and what motherboard was this run on...P35 I am assuming.

    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    it's not that fast considering my and Jody's runs on conroes
    yeah Lui, we are on DDR3 and at high FSB which helps a lot but you should still be crushing 65nm with a 45nm. looking forward to see what you do on a SPi install though

    also Lui, was your memspeed actually 486MHz and not 540MHz like Memset shows? the math isn't adding up if you were on a 4/5 divider at that FSB. until Memset gets its memory frequency sorted can we all please have a CPU-Z tab open with mem frequency.
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    First time for me benching with lower clocks and from what Ive done at 5ghz+ the 45nm cpus dont have too much advantage in 32m like it does on 1m... if you look at the WR database youll see what I mean but I was comparing 65nm times by Team Japan lol....

    Jody, my actual memspeed in that run was 486mhz.... and it crushed my time before so I was just really surprised the QX made that much difference... My 3dpartition actually is pretty much the same as my 32M cos its just a 32M with 3d drivers and progs lol.... I think I need a new install cos Ive been using the same one since DFI P-965s lol...

    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    it's not that fast considering mine and Jody's runs on conroes
    Is this one ok?
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    Last edited by luihed; 01-18-2008 at 09:12 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luihed View Post
    First time for me benching with lower clocks and from what Ive done at 5ghz+ the 45nm cpus dont have too much advantage in 32m like it does on 1m... if you look at the WR database youll see what I mean but I was comparing 65nm times by Team Japan lol....
    i have to disagree...look at the 9min and 10min categories here.

    my 65nm frequencies are substantially lower than any other 65nm (thanks to high FSB and DDR3) and sobih25's posted 45nm frequencies absolutely destroy mine (over 300MHz advantage) and i am at higher FSB on all of them. perhaps you aren't seeing as big a difference because of the low FSB (FSB means everything in 32M) or something but 45nm is definitely showing a huge difference in 32M in a lot of other peoples results. of course i can't fully find out the difference with a direct comparison on my setups until someone in Canada gets stock on E8500/E8400s but when they do i'll definitely be having fun.


    Quote Originally Posted by luihed View Post
    thats a lot better considering your FSB and the mem speed. once some folks get some high FSB 45nm chips, the 32M times we see now with these QX9650s at 450FSB will look like 65nm times in comparison....mmmm, 562*8 4500MHz 3:5 933MHz 7-6-5 sub 10min

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    Quote Originally Posted by luihed View Post
    First time for me benching with lower clocks and from what Ive done at 5ghz+ the 45nm cpus dont have too much advantage in 32m like it does on 1m... if you look at the WR database youll see what I mean but I was comparing 65nm times by Team Japan lol....

    Jody, my actual memspeed in that run was 486mhz.... and it crushed my time before so I was just really surprised the QX made that much difference... My 3dpartition actually is pretty much the same as my 32M cos its just a 32M with 3d drivers and progs lol.... I think I need a new install cos Ive been using the same one since DFI P-965s lol...



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    it's not bad however hicookie and a few others have done that at 4GHz
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    Two better scores of Kielbasa Squad posted 3 weeks ago in Vic's topic.

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...&postcount=118

    It's not pure LowClock Challenge, but as you can see, it's possible to reduce a bit CPU clocks. I tried do that, but pmp's blitz xtreme probably needs RMA atm .

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    @Dinos and Jody... Yeah you guys are right, it looks like high fsb is the best way to get the most out of these cpus, I need to find the right settings cos I have no experience with Quads..... The PPs of the wolfies will be out of this world and at top speed itll probably have a 100mhz edge over the QX... Cant wait to get my 632fsb wolfie , cant believe they have the 8400 today but I have to wait till feb for the 8500...

    Quote Originally Posted by 3oh6 View Post
    mmmm, 562*8 4500MHz 3:5 933MHz 7-6-5 sub 10min
    Thatll be nice... but since im still using ddr2, Ill have to settle with 600fsb x 9.5 1:1 4-4-4... I think I can live with that lol...
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    Quote Originally Posted by luihed View Post
    Cant wait to get my 632fsb wolfie , cant believe they have the 8400 today but I have to wait till feb for the 8500...
    who? what? where? you scored a pre-tested 632FSB wolfie? is that on air? i absolutely hate you if it is. i use to just be happy for you and your killer CPUs but if it is a 600+FSB chip on air...it will be hate and despise for you Lui.




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    Just dreaming my friend hehe... 632fsb is whats needed for 6ghz Ive been there with my QX so Ill be happy with anything 600+ benchable... still dreaming lol....

    Since spi is what ive been concentrating on and 3dmark06 still doesnt turn me on as much as 3dmark01, I think the perfect cpu for me is the X5260... but I cant find one anywhere and the price is pretty steep for a dual core ( $851 ).... 575*10 1:1 would be pretty sick, and achievable with a lil luck.... no dreaming required lol...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3oh6 View Post
    who? what? where? you scored a pre-tested 632FSB wolfie? is that on air? i absolutely hate you if it is. i use to just be happy for you and your killer CPUs but if it is a 600+FSB chip on air...it will be hate and despise for you Lui.



    i apparently scored two of them that do 600 on air cooling bench stable but they can't really do my past 530/545

    could be some freak thing going on with that P5B DLX board he tested on which i will test here when i receive it
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    yeah Lui, not sure if that is worth it just for a 10X multi, hold out for the E8600 which is listed on official Intel papers...who knows when we will see it though. i am still waiting for my local guy to get back to me tonight to see if he got some E8400 and E8500s for me...otherwise i am going to just order a couple E8400s from NCIX.

    i read something about that in another post of yours. i still have my P5B-Dlx so i will certainly see what wolfies do on it compared to the P5K3-Dlx and Maximus Extreme. i am just hoping for at least as good luck as i had with 65nm E6850s...all were 550FSB prime stable on air. anything higher is just a bonus.

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    This is the first Ive heard of the E8600... If its the E6700 of the wolfies then price will be $500+ which is good vs the X5260 (~$1K) .... But I think Ill still grab the X5260 cos the 10x multi might not be enough unless I see alot of E8500 averaging in the 550-560fsb which I dont think will happen.... The "go" stepping was the best fsb clocker and I think the wolfies are like the original c2d, maybe even a lil worst.... My E6700 can only do 570fsb on ln2 ( 530fsb air ) I need more than that ... also it seems the chipsets are getting worst as well for clocking fsb.... I really hope Im wrong though hehe....
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    Monteboy; can you share this nice little application?
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    While you're pm'ing Before, any chance you could PM me as well?
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    simple easy waza tool?

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