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Windsurf48

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About Windsurf48

  • Birthday 03/12/1948

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    http://www.malamuterescue.org

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    Western shore of the Chesapeake Bay
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    Alaskan malamutes, windsurfing, opera, blues, bluegrass, Chesapeake Bay, Baja California

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    Mountain Mods U2O-CYO case, ASUS Zenith II Extreme, AMD Threadipper 3960x, Corsair H150I with six fans, 4 x 8 GB Corsair Dominator 4266, Patriot Viper VP4100 1T PCIe4 M.2, Seagate FireCuda 1T PCIe4 M.2, Seasonic Platinum 1200 power supply
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  1. I'll be posting some Futuremark scores today. 3DMark06 won't be that impressive because I'm only running one video card, but the CPU scores are definitely way up. I'm not very bothered by the CPU clock issue. I just mentioned it in case it hadn't been noticed yet. It doesn't affect anything except the systems chosen for comparisons as far as I can tell. Mike
  2. I noticed that for my latest test with the CPU multiplier increased from its default 10x to 11x, the PCPitStop test results showed the CPU speed as 10 times FSB 317, 3174 MHz, instead of its 11x value, 3492 MHz. The correct values at the time of the test are shown at: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=149533 Mike
  3. I didn't save the links, but the tests work with my Vista Beta 2 install. The scores are a little lower than the ones I get using XP, but that's true of every benchmark I've tried. The Nvidia drivers I have installed don't have a control applet to tweak settings, and the newer Vista Nvidia drivers don't work on this PC, so that's part of the problem. Mike
  4. I was curious as to how much impact the appearance settings have on the video test scores, so I ran two tests with everything the same except ththe first used "Adjust for Best Appearance" and the second used "Adjust for Best Performance". For some reason, "Insert link" refuses to let me paste the URL for the test results into the "Enter the complete URL..." window or to paste it into the IE address line, although this has never been a problem before and the data can be pasted in other applications. Resetting Security to medium did not make a difference. The address is: http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?id=GVR1PWU1HZJSCDMQ The video scores were 455 for "Best Appearance" and 649 for "Best Performance". Asus P5WDG2-WS MB, 1.0 ghz FSB, default voltage Pentium D 940 at 4.0 ghz, default voltage Patriot DDR2-1000 RAM at 1.0 ghz eVGA Geforce 7900 GT Signature Edition Dell 2001P LCD monitor Adaptec ASC44300 SAS HBA, JBOD Hitachi Ultrastar 15k 36-gig SAS HD Seagate Cheetah 15k 36 gig SAS HD TDK 48x CDRW Sony DRU-710A 16x DVDRW
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