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Old 04-17-2006, 11:14 PM   #91 (permalink)
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i got 4500 on my P4 2.8 @ 3.4ghz
mines stock right now at 3.2ghz and i only got 3308.8 ill bump it back to 3.5 and see how it goes

only went to 3772.4 INCREDIBLE haha i realize that this is the absolute last benchmark test i will do until i purchase a nice 939 opty in the distant future... p4 has to go
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Old 04-17-2006, 11:22 PM   #92 (permalink)

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i think superPI is the best for testing the power. Just simple numbers and a time. Plus it's very accurate
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Old 04-17-2006, 11:24 PM   #93 (permalink)
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That's why if you read the whole thing we made a new topic.
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Old 04-17-2006, 11:59 PM   #94 (permalink)
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it wouldn't be prime stable though the typhoon is good but it's not that good when you live in australia. it would overheat if i tried prime but it was stable enough for superpi and this
Ok, wtf???? How were you able too get a good score with a non-stable cpu? I wasnt able too. Im thinking 5500.4 is the max you can go with this test. Ill match you guys....sooner or later.
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no its perfectly stable its just that under max load like running 2 instances of prime95 for a few hours it would generate too much heat and become unstable from overheating
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mines stock right now at 3.2ghz and i only got 3308.8 ill bump it back to 3.5 and see how it goes

only went to 3772.4 INCREDIBLE haha i realize that this is the absolute last benchmark test i will do until i purchase a nice 939 opty in the distant future... p4 has to go

HAHAHA my P4 rules, and would you belive it came from my 3 year old dell
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HAHAHA my P4 rules, and would you belive it came from my 3 year old dell
how many processes do u have in the background?, i have quite a bit i think... something around 38 haha, which probably cant help anything, plus i think in my bios when i oc it it drops my memory frequency but i have no idea about memory so i wouldnt really know

but good work
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hehe, thanks, i tied it will al procees and with some closed, when all open there were 27, but i got the same score either way, yea and i OCed everything by 20% so i geuss the ram is oced 20% as well, which i think has some affect on the test.
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im just glad to be a fellow intel user!
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Bah, intel.
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