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I'm not stirred up man, I just don't count stripping out bloatware as hacking. biggrin.gif

Fun is subjective, I enjoy pushing things to the absolute limit and if that means dissecting an OS then you can bet I'll be doing it. I just thought I'd make mention that I can work with a stock OS or a prestripped OS, it all has the same outcome.

Anyway, nice time man. The AMD rig is my main system though so I'll have a re-run at some point in the future for you to beat with your fully functional OS. tongue.gif
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I'm not stirred up man, I just don't count stripping out bloatware as hacking. biggrin.gif

Amen to that!!! thumb.gif

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Fun is subjective, I enjoy pushing things to the absolute limit and if that means dissecting an OS then you can bet I'll be doing it. I just thought I'd make mention that I can work with a stock OS or a prestripped OS, it all has the same outcome.
Anyway, nice time man. The AMD rig is my main system though so I'll have a re-run at some point in the future for you to beat with your fully functional OS. tongue.gif

I have to agree, it's subjective and pushing it to the limit is what I do as well. As for a stripped OS, I have one I've used before but doesn't seem to like this MB so well since it was originally done for my 790FX board anyway.
I too use this one as my daily driver (For now anyway) and I am ready and waiting to see what you cook up, knowing you I'm sure it'll be good.
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Brought Presler out to play today...

 

27m 22.156s

 

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doh.gif I was thinking I could play with a q6600 for this..alas..It's not happening without cold frown.gif
 
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Wow i didnt even think about nLite,this will help times too?Still reading up on Waza
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Wow i didnt even think about nLite,this will help times too?Still reading up on Waza

32m is more about system tweaking then it is OS tweaking. It can make a little difference, but so long as you're disabling excess services in your windows install then you've done 3 quarters of your OS tweaking. Memory timings, maxmem and waza all make more of a difference then tuning your OS will.
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32m is more about system tweaking then it is OS tweaking. It can make a little difference, but so long as you're disabling excess services in your windows install then you've done 3 quarters of your OS tweaking. Memory timings, maxmem and waza all make more of a difference then tuning your OS will.

Yep ive only done the tweaks so far on Robbo tweak guide,so basically all i have left to do is waza and then just up to more memory tweaking
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nlite is more for once making your bench ready OS an instant install/setup.. by removing all the crap you want ahead of time and setting services etc in advance. This way -> install at stock and bench ready is less than 15min in most cases regardless of OS preference. Also helps your consistency .. by minimizing the things you need to remember/setup manually. Although after so long, it only takes a few minutes to shred a full-bloat OS down.. still great for installing in a pinch or mid bench. Tiny Vista installs so fast, it was finished before I could finish making a pot of coffee.

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nlite is more for once making your bench ready OS an instant install/setup.. by removing all the crap you want ahead of time and setting services etc in advance. This way -> install at stock and bench ready is less than 15min in most cases regardless of OS preference. Also helps your consistency .. by minimizing the things you need to remember/setup manually. Although after so long, it only takes a few minutes to shred a full-bloat OS down.. still great for installing in a pinch or mid bench. Tiny Vista installs so fast, it was finished before I could finish making a pot of coffee.
Yep i see what ya mean just a stripped down OS on ever install once ya burnt nLite to disc.May save some time on manually stripping each time,thanks
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