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E6700, P5W, 7900gtx... low score?

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I ran 3dmark06 with two different settings and got low 6k scores, is this low?

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e6700 cooled by zalman 9500
corsair 2 gig
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post #2 of 21
Seems to be a little low.. you should get in the 7000s with a 7900GTX and a 3.6GHz C2D.

Btw, your PSU might not be powerfull enough for your rig.
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Really??? 550 watts??? I read that it should be ok with one card, two will need more but maybe your right. I changed the memory as well, it was in auto and now set to 5-5-5-12.
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Did you disable intel speedstep, C1E in bios?
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Yes. I was able to edit the vcore as well that way.

I changed a few things and got up to 6194 but that is it.



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post #6 of 21
i honestly think its your PSU
    
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post #7 of 21
If it was his psu, wouldn;t his pc just shut off? I never had a crappy psu make performance worse. Have you turned off AA and AF and turned everything to higher performance under quality settings? Are you using a newer version of coolbits or something? Because on mine the overclocking memory is set to half of what you have it at. have my 7900gtx at 675/850 in the clock options.
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post #8 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by Judge420
If it was his psu, wouldn;t his pc just shut off? I never had a crappy psu make performance worse. Have you turned off AA and AF and turned everything to higher performance under quality settings? Are you using a newer version of coolbits or something? Because on mine the overclocking memory is set to half of what you have it at. have my 7900gtx at 675/850 in the clock options.
No a weak PSU will only give all the juice it can to the componenets. If the components require more then they will just operate as best they can. However in some instances the PC will restart.
post #9 of 21
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Interesting. Any way to check if the PSU is the problem... other than just swapping it out?

I am thinking the memory is what is causing it too. If I try and push past 400 mhz on the FSB it just craps out and wont even boot. It doesnt matter how much voltage I throw at the cpu or memory. If I try and change just the memory clock to a higher level it wont post.
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post #10 of 21
Check this out, see how many watts your system may be using.

http://www.extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine
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