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View Poll Results: What numbers should this rig yield in Crysis and 3dmark06?
15 - 20 fps in crysis, maybe 9k in 3dmark06 2 8.33%
20 - 30 fps in crysis, maybe 10-13k in 3dmark06 11 45.83%
30 - 40 fps in crysis, maybe 13-16k in 3dmark06 10 41.67%
40 - 55 fps in crysis, maybe 16-18k in 3dmark06 1 4.17%
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Old 12-08-2008, 02:54 PM   #41 (permalink)
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4850 better than 8800GT i dont think so...

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ok just ran 3d mark06 and crysis benchmark....... i am now running stable at

3.5 ghz @ 1.34 v = 54C at idle and about 58-67C at load.....runs strong....

i also jumped the PCIE freq to 120 mhz on the bios.....that bumped the 3dmark06 score from 5900ish to 6269!

results:

3dmark06 = 13,159
cpu=2788
hdr=6187
sm2=6295

can i go higher than 120 mhz on the PCIE frequencies? in the bios? that must be around 2.9 ghz right? once multiplied i mean...

ok just ran crysis:

all high + 1280x1024 NO AA average = 43 FPS max= 56 FPS

whatcha guys think? thats with the mobo at 120 mhz for pciex speed....

seems stable at 590 mhz memory clock and 660 mhz core, i may back them both down 10 mhz to be safe....

in 2 days the arctic cooler 7 comes, which means i will be able to lower the 67 degree cpu load temps down to probably 55 due to the great design of how if flows air from front to the exhaust fan directly....then maybe i can get to 3.8 ghz @ 1.44 v and get a better cpu rating and still remain in the 60's for temp....

there you have it, you guys think its a decent rig?
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I would never change the PCI-E frequencies.....but thats just me. I was pretty much spot on for the 3dmark score.
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Based off of those memory clocks I would suspect you ended up with some of the gddr2 9600gso's and if that is the case you may not be able to take the memory much farther.

You should be able to push the cores higher than that, the factory overclocked 8800gs (same thing as 9600gso) shipped at 680mhz.
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heres the specs of the overclock:

stock memory = 500 mhz, now = 580 mhz stable (crashes over 590)
stock core = 580 mhz, now = 660 mhz stable (havent been any higher)

runs great, i ran 1440 x 900 ALL VERY HIGH, with 16x AA, got 19 FPS!!

nice rig tho for sure!
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i wouldn't wanna go too much further on the PCIe clock... if you're doing some benchmarking, i;ve seen people take it up to 165-175MHz, but i wouldn't wanna go anything past 110MHz for 24/7 usage
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Better yet, don't overclock the PCI-Express slot?
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a bit of an OC on the PCIe usually doesnt hurt too much, but when you go too high, you'll start getting signal jitter, which can cause your CPU OC to become unstable... you really shouldn't be OCing the PCIe unless you know what you're doing and know how to compensate for it and stay stable
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