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    Quote Originally Posted by theoldtimer View Post
    The CHIVF is off the bench now so I can't run that bench test right now but I have a CB-10 and CB-11.5 + other bench tests @High HTT I can post up if you want?
    asking flank3r if he wants to see some cinebench? thats like asking a crackhead if they want some crack
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydiamond View Post
    asking flank3r if he wants to see some cinebench? thats like asking a crackhead if they want some crack


    I may need to run sets of three tests at the same settings then average those three results to get a better idea why the score is so different when comparing NB/memory clocks? In my SS’s CB-10 score higher at a lower NB/relaxed memory timings but CB-11.5 scores higher with the higher NB/tighter memory timings?







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    nice, nice, NB clock too impressive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by theoldtimer View Post
    Dave the one thing that seemed to help with the higher HTT was to keep the HTL (HT link) and HTT speed matched. Maybe I just got lucky hitting the settings the chips wanted but when I tried to boot with high HTT when the HTL was running at a lower speed than the HTT it wouldn't boot. When I matched the speed it booted then when in windows turboV could take the HTT on up from there. This method worked on two different chips (thubans). I don't know if bios 801 is better than 905 for high HTT or not as I didn't try high HTT on 905?
    From looking at your SS's OT, I think you meant keeping the HTLink and IMC matched...
    I've been an advocate of that since the 9500's, at least to me, it always seemed to help on the older chips.

    I actually stuck with that pattern when I first got my 1055, but the Thubans IMC was so much stronger, that I thought maybe the HTLink was getting too high so I dropped it to 9x and left the IMC @ 10x...
    Either way, it didn't help, and for some reason I'm stuck with a max HTRef ~300....

    I hate to sound like a conspiracy theorist, but I'm wondering if maybe AMD didn't intentionally cripple HTRef clocks on the 1055's just so they couldn't smoke the 1090T's.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveburt714 View Post
    From looking at your SS's OT, I think you meant keeping the HTLink and IMC matched...
    I've been an advocate of that since the 9500's, at least to me, it always seemed to help on the older chips.

    I actually stuck with that pattern when I first got my 1055, but the Thubans IMC was so much stronger, that I thought maybe the HTLink was getting too high so I dropped it to 9x and left the IMC @ 10x...
    Either way, it didn't help, and for some reason I'm stuck with a max HTRef ~300....

    I hate to sound like a conspiracy theorist, but I'm wondering if maybe AMD didn't intentionally cripple HTRef clocks on the 1055's just so they couldn't smoke the 1090T's.....

    BTW: Kennedy WAS shot from the Grassy Knoll....

    Yeah, I realized later what I did (typed that I matched the HTT rather than the CPU/NB). I didn't make it back to fix it though. I didn't figure many people were reading what I was posting up anyway.

    If I had a 1055 I'd test your theory about the HTRef clocks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daveburt714 View Post

    BTW: Kennedy WAS shot from the Grassy Knoll....


    Behind the fence at the grassy knoll maybe?

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    Hey gang, I think I hear crickets here

    I finally finished my refresh build:

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=257170

    Hopefully I'll soon find time to push my 1055t and 5850 in their new home. Maybe this thread will pick up again in the fall.
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    sweet rig grinder

    i thought about this thread a few times but never bumped it cause its been pretty hot here lately = not best possible OC
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    Thanks cd. I expect you are right, fall and winter are definitely more oc friendly for those of us that only have access to ambient!

    I can see wanting to set up my external rad with longer tubing in order to hang it out the window this winter. Easier than lifting the whole system up there like I did last year
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    You know I will be putting my Garage Loop back in play this winter for sure
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    i sort of expected the masters of OC to be bang on the C3 revision, you know K|ngp|N, macci, SF3D and Massman, but i cant seem to find anything,

    roll on the condensation charged, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    You know I will be putting my Garage Loop back in play this winter for sure
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