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+ 000H 00M 30S

Is this good or bad? thanks

 

What CPU do you have?

 

Anyway, here's mine:

19.361 seconds

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What CPU do you have?

 

Anyway, here's mine:

19.361 seconds

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yep, Something is wrong with your system. Its holding the CPU back

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Vista doesn't use a ton of CPU, you should be fine. To give you an idea of your score, I got a 32 second score running a Pentium 4. You should score much better than that, something is holding it back. Do you have a lot of running processes in the background?

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Vista doesn't use a ton of CPU, you should be fine. To give you an idea of your score, I got a 32 second score running a Pentium 4. You should score much better than that, something is holding it back. Do you have a lot of running processes in the background?

 

Im getting 36-39 seconds overclocked on my X2

 

maybe your P4 was on steroids

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Im getting 36-39 seconds overclocked on my X2

 

maybe your P4 was on steroids

 

Hmm, well it wasn't on steroids. But it was getting close to 4ghz. I don't know, maybe AMDs aren't good at SuperPi.

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Hmm, well it wasn't on steroids. But it was getting close to 4ghz. I don't know, maybe AMDs aren't good at SuperPi.

 

Probly because i had way less cache

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I just installed Vista last week, still working on how to shut things down at start up.

I do have 51 processes working in the back ground.

I have everything set so that it isn't so graphic heavy.

Just going to have to learn how to tweak it.

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I just installed Vista last week, still working on how to shut things down at start up.

I do have 51 processes working in the back ground.

I have everything set so that it isn't so graphic heavy.

Just going to have to learn how to tweak it.

 

Start you a thread about it down in the regular O/C forum......;) We'll see how we can help you....

 

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Super PI 1M - 12.657s

 

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My old score beat that by .2 at 4041mhz with mem only 1:1; without ram drive and dirty OS.

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My old score beat that by .2 at 4041mhz with mem only 1:1; without ram drive and dirty OS.

 

 

How can ya tell a ram drive is being used?

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I just know that I didn't use one :) From the look of his score I'd say he wasn't using one either.

Just mentioned it as I can get a better score using one.

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10.744 seconds...don't know if Linux boxes can play in this forum (we have something called HardInfo that does the same thing as CPU-Z) but if it makes anyone feel any better I had a full desktop going complete with Compiz-Fusion and was web-browsing on my other monitor which I cropped out of the pic to save bandwidth. The other terminal window is my POV-ray score, the window in the background is HardInfo, and the bar on the far left is GKrellm (system monitor, like a cross between Speedfan and CPU-Z); like I said it's not technically CPU-Z (apologies to the mods) but if it wasn't legit I wouldn't have bothered posting in the first place.

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