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ok well ive got a AMD 4200+ at stock frequencies on a ASUS M2N-SLI Deluxe mobo with 2 gigs of ram



there is the score i got...i figured it would be a little faster for my setup?


So is this score bad for my setup or is it just me?
post #2 of 11
Yes at stock speeds and your ram with such loose timings running in 2T that is probably about right. OC that badboy and see if your ram will run in 1T and you will see a big jump.
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You should be getting a much better time than that. I'm curious about your ram, it had a frequency of over 360 mhz. I'm doubt that is showing the right number.
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I get just under 20s for my E6300 @ 2.8GHz with RAM at 400MHz with 4-4-4-12 timings. So yeah, overclock your CPU and RAM and you should be able to get down to 30s at least
    
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You should be getting a much better time than that. I'm curious about your ram, it had a frequency of over 360 mhz. I'm doubt that is showing the right number.
he's running DDR2. i'm sure thats the right number.
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i have the 65W edition of my CPU and i heard they dont OC very well :-/

and i dont really know crap about OCing
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Why is your RAM at 2T? Considering that, and being at stock, with really loose timings, that sounds about right.
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I havent messed with any of the timings or anything :-/ i changed over from my A8N-E, 3200+ (2.3) 1 gig to this and my times increased and i was just wondering if that was cause of it not being OC'd. I can change it to 1T in just a sec. Im downloading AM3 cause i reformatted my whole comp when i changed parts and so im still gettn all my old stuff.
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Great well i tried changing to 1T and now nothing works please go to http://www.overclock.net/amd-memory/...reme-help.html and see if you can help me!
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he's running DDR2. i'm sure thats the right number.
Whoops, you're right. I saw the amd and figured he was on 939.
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