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Thread: 37.182 3DMarks - Not a bad score for a 295 USD CPU :)

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    Talking 37.182 3DMarks - Not a bad score for an 295 USD CPU :)

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=8098863

    - My good old AMD Athlon A64 3400+ @345FSBx9 - vcore only at 2v (board turns off with more)
    - My good spinnable GB KN8 Pro (seems we dont need the DFI to run stable at 350+FSB)
    - My friends CrasyIV ATI x800xt @800/650 at 1,74v no full mods yet, only GPU core mod (we need the OVP mod at least)
    - Dual Cascade cooling power by the one and only Master RickY - CPU (-95ºc) GPU (-90ºC)

    Pictures and details will be posted shortly..
    Last edited by Pedro Rocha; 09-05-2004 at 03:15 AM.

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    Very nice

    good to see some more S754 chips hitting the big scores

    was the RAM at 280 or 257 Mhz ??
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    Ti4200 class 3Dmark01 No 1 : 22213
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    HEXUS Pifast : S754/Prom 40.55sec, FX53 36.92sec

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    AWESOME :chongrats:

    345FSB is simply great !

    I wonder how much you would get when your x800xt is full moddet and if you board does not shut down over 2V !
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    Originally posted by CodeRed
    Very nice

    good to see some more S754 chips hitting the big scores

    was the RAM at 280 or 257 Mhz ??
    Thank you very much Code Red, you deserve a special thank you bescause we use your fantastic A64Tweaker, of course ..

    After a few experiments we use 257mhz with the lowest timmings..

    Here are the captures :



    We bench at Master Ricky place, here is quick photo of Ricky's Dual Cascade:




    Not a bad SuperPI for the 3400+ with single channel memory :



    Last edited by Pedro Rocha; 09-05-2004 at 05:11 AM.

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    Originally posted by Pedro Rocha
    Thank you very much Code Red, you deserve a special thank you bescause we use your fantastic A64Tweaker, of course ..

    After a few experiments we use 257mhz with the lowest timmings..

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    Glad I could help

    I am very please to see so many people using A64 Tweaker, never thought it would be this popular.
    X800Pro class 3DMark01 : 36670
    X800Pro class 3DMark03 : 16092
    Ti4200 class 3Dmark01 No 1 : 22213
    Super Pi 1M : S754 28 sec, FX53 25 sec
    HEXUS Pifast : S754/Prom 40.55sec, FX53 36.92sec

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    Impressive stuff!
    Why isn't Ricky using it though? Haven't seen him around much

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    Originally posted by LardArse
    Impressive stuff!
    Why isn't Ricky using it though? Haven't seen him around much

    He started using today, after almost 4 months of work in preparation of their amazing Dual Cascade .

    This young boy is a genius, he have donne all the cascade work by himself and is perfectionist only want to start bencing when everthing is at an excelente level..

    He really deserves to be the first name on the list.

    Here is a photo of Master Ricky starting preparing the board for this bench:



    This was just the begining of dual cascade benchs, so you better all be prepared for future extraordinary achivements of my friend Ricky !!

    Just for a quick teasing, here is what he achived in the graphics card temperature yesterday.



    Impressive!!!


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    nice nice -100c on the GPU is insane, good job Ricky world class stuff.

    Im also benching this weekend updating scores.
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    Congratulations .

    Ricky , Pedro Rocha e CrazyIV





    Continuem a lerpa

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    That's pretty awesome, good job dudes.

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    Congratulations!!!


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    Congrats!!

    Nice score, -100 is killer also

    Here's a compare against my DFI score.

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    oh man...that's so sweet :P

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    Congratulations. That is some excellent work. Nice to see 754 doing so well. Keep it up.

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    Simply superb!

    Heh mine reads no colder than -87C in that ATI Control Panel screen

    Great to see Ricky and the rest of the gang back on benching track too. I guess we all had our 'summer vacations' already (atleast I did)

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    Nice score and impressive work on the hardware, will be interesting to see how it progresses.

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    Very nice work. I think it's an accomplishment all by itself to simply NOT kill hardware when dealing with those temps.
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    Dang thats crazy, I only have a wimpy r507 modded Mach 1
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    thanks guys, i realy like this score and it was a very nice night we speend

    i think we need to finish the x800xt mods and get an fx 53

    the reason of cascades success is of course on xtremesystems and teampuss forums members, a big thanks for all that have helped me, you are realy good
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    Congrats Pedro Rocha and Ricky -
    You guys are the best!!
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    Heh! Very nice 3Dmark score, also very nice MarkPerDollar score!
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    world class, nice job fellas

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    Congratulations, keep on the good work!!

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    LERPA POWER....

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    Next step?! Mods?! or other CPU?!
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