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Looks pretty clean all in all, but the Pit test just isn't doing justice to dual cores ATM.

 

What memory timings you running at?

 

I'll be interested in seeing an 04 and how it overclocks. :)

 

How many drives (3?) and are you using the Intel Matrix?

 

was expecting a higher HD score tho...

Defrag. ;)

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Intel Raid (ICH7R), Raid0 w/ 32 stripe

 

and yes 3 drives

 

 

im running a DDR800 @ 5-5-5-12

 

especially since i have the EE edition of the dual core which has HT

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Intel Raid (ICH7R), Raid0 w/ 32 stripe

 

and yes 3 drives

 

 

im running a DDR800 @ 5-5-5-12

 

especially since i have the EE edition of the dual core which has HT

Are you runing the XMS2?

 

This one here?

 

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetai...te=pricegrabber

 

If so, I'm running mine at 4-3-2-8 up to 5100 MHz. ;)

 

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=30460

 

I would suggest trying something tighter and see what you get. :) If you fubar the timings and the computer won't boot at all to get into the BIOS, turn it all the way off, not reboot, and wait a minute or two. When you turn it back on you should get an F1 overclocking error. Hit F1 and you can get back in the BIOS to loosen up the timings a bit.

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some test...

 

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=30461

 

http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm04=3041645

 

 

:blink:  :blink: is something up with the CPU-z?

 

 

OR AM I actually running @ 2.8?

It's showing your multiplier as 14. Access the BIOS and check the lock-free function and see if it's enabled and the multi at 14. See if you can up it to 16.

 

Pit test has the right speed. CPU-z's got everything else right... :huh:

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It's showing your multiplier as 14.  Access the BIOS and check the lock-free function and see if it's enabled and the multi at 14.  See if you can up it to 16.

 

Pit test has the right speed.  CPU-z's got everything else right...  :huh:

:tup:

 

Haven fun yet ctran503? :mrgreen:

 

I love new stuff. :beer:

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http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?id=RJEENWBHPNQSLSBU

 

something is funky about the IO score here...

 

i think i was so mad and tired that i did a 64K stripe...shouldnt make a big difference tho right?

Pit test is showing 20% fragmentation. I used to drop from 134 to 104-105 at 5%.

 

Humor me. :mrgreen:

 

DEFRAG!!!

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you sure your looking at the right test? i see 1% and 1%

I guess not!! :rofl3:

 

OK, I cleared my cache and now I'm seeing the right test. :rolleyes:

 

OK, here's what we used to do for maximun I/O scores:

 

Clear all caches (CCleaner of CleanUp works well)

 

Right click IE>Properties> delete files > delete cookies

 

Defrag 3 times in a row with VoptXP

 

Test

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I guess not!! :rofl3:

 

OK, I cleared my cache and now I'm seeing the right test. :rolleyes:

 

OK, here's what we used to do for maximun I/O scores:

 

Clear all caches (CCleaner of CleanUp works well)

 

Right click IE>Properties> delete files > delete cookies

 

Defrag 3 times in a row with VoptXP

 

Test

Dont forget to stand on one foot, close your left eye and chant faster. I found that helps as well. :lol:
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