Originally Posted by MyNameIsWill
I looked up a few things on low gflops on intel burn test, i see a lot of users have low gflops because they have not installed the SP1 Windows 7 update. I am doing that now and will give you guys the results after the installation is complete to see if it makes a difference or not.
And as for anything dropping, nah nothing changed, only the vcore which goes from 1.344 to 1.392 sometimes on load.
The Gflop's don't have anything to do with Windows 7 SP1. What I know from experience trial and error, Stability, power, cpu, cpu/north-bridge, clock rate and ram frequency and and timings are what effect the Gigaflop's, heat and power consumption. You have to find a "sweet spot", what helped me fine tune my system was reading up on how Intels cpu perform under IBT AVX. Some things apply to our Amd cpu's I posted a few snips of how mines fairs in a short 10 min's run. I challenge anyone with an Fx processor to beat me in 10 runs Time and Gigaflop's with the minimum requirement of high ram usage. Upon a successful completion of 10 runs please take a snip of your results I would like to request that you do not click the success dialog confirming the completion. Here's mine I guess I will set the bar.