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I do it once with each board I use and just image the drive once it's stripped and all the drivers installed. That way if I mess up the OS or I just want a fresh start, I can be back to benching in 2 mins. Jack taught me this biggrin.gif
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Thats a good method too. For 2D though - you can almost always flop your bench OS to any new mobo.. unless your installing chipset drivers and such.. then you can have issues. I dont install any drivers for XP/SPi .. none. This way you can run the same OS through many platforms in one sitting - Just dont forget to change your IDE/AHCI options !! smile.gif

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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.

The one I made for the 790FX would be installed and into Windows in about 6 minutes, that's from the time the machine began to boot for setup with the CD to when I was actually at the desktop. The image size on the CD disk itself is 87MB's with what I made.
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Sounds like your 'doing it right' wink.gif  As for me...things got "celerific" earlier... nerdsmiley.png

 

Got my wazza down on this run.. tight.

 

lolz at the guys i edged out on the bot with this one boxing3.gif .. would love to still have a 775 mobo with NBv adjustments!

http://hwbot.org/submission/2318833_cl3p20_superpi_32m_celeron_e3300_(2.5ghz)_12min_13sec_750ms


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Clep, would a Q6600 be comparable to that? If so, then I might need to have a go at it.

 

Sadly I dont have a AM3 atm, or I'd be taking a run at jjjc and kryton.

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isnt Q6 a 65nm ? .. not sure if the cache structure is different or not.. but the E3300 is a Wolfdale core.. so anything Core2 should hold its own. For that matter; anyone with a real 775 mobo can cut me out im sure - I have FSB hard-wall at 343mhz and cannot adjust or mod for MCH voltage on the G41 I am torturing.  RAM is good to over 1200mhz i know.. poor little mobo cant handle nailing down the latency at all really. God that sounded like a disclaimer tongue.gif .. ah well my time is good, there is just very little room for improvement with my mobo setup.. already pushing PL#4 and tRRD #1 rolleyes.gif

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Here's one for the Sempy part of the list.

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Alright Kryton, here's a decent time for you to have a shot at. No more playing around with this no waza crap. biggrin.gif

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Alright Kryton, here's a decent time for you to have a shot at. No more playing around with this no waza crap. biggrin.gif
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OK - I'll get on that shortly. thumb.gif
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Kryton, if you could run Aida64 after your SPI run and include it in the SS please? I will ask jjjc to do the same so any nonsense about hacked OS's can be put to rest.
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