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Sorry ORB. Is that the short for bios settings?
If you click on the 3dm score in my sig, it takes you to a certified 3dm site. After you get your score, you have the option to create an account and save up to 5 scores, which are called ORBs. Then, you can "publish" one of them, meaning generate a link to it like the one in my sig. This is how you prove your score is real.

I'm not saying I doubt you at all, I just want to see how your score breaks-down and how you got over 16K! That's an AWESOME score for one GPU, and I'd love to try & get there myself.
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Hmm something seems off... Whats the overclock on your quads? That score seems a little low as I am getting right around 16,000 with a superclocked 8800gt on a 3.25ghz quad setup. You should be hitting 14000 as a low score.
Everything on stock, of course. At the moment...
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Ok Thanks

Perhaps two of these would be better as they can be offset, I would like to use coolers that are the same you see?

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=679611

Also what about the other end of the stock coolers (I think they cover some capacitors) can those heatsinks be left on after cutting the pipes?

Many thanks in advance for any advise

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Yes, they can be left on. Probably a better solution than most.
Air movement within the case is recommended.
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Everything on stock, of course. At the moment...
Your score seems fine to me for stock. you can always try comparing your scores to those submitted by other OCN members on the *OFFICIAL* Top 30 Computers (Graphics Benchmarking) thread.
post #3915 of 5659
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If you click on the 3dm score in my sig, it takes you to a certified 3dm site. After you get your score, you have the option to create an account and save up to 5 scores, which are called ORBs. Then, you can "publish" one of them, meaning generate a link to it like the one in my sig. This is how you prove your score is real.

I'm not saying I doubt you at all, I just want to see how your score breaks-down and how you got over 16K! That's an AWESOME score for one GPU, and I'd love to try & get there myself.
Quite the improvement from here
http://www.overclock.net/2826776-post1483.html
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Thanks Litlratt & Uslatin

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This is what i can get so far making a los of tests. But im still working to get the best i can get from this cpu. The prime95 was running for 6 hours. Do you think i can push i litle more with this temps. my settings on the bios are vcore 1.35 , nb 1.4 , sb 1.55, vtt 1.55. Any advice will be fully apriciated. Im still waiting for 2 thermaltake spirit for the chipsets to install them. Is this active coolings on the chipset going to help get more stable at higher fsb?
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If you click on the 3dm score in my sig, it takes you to a certified 3dm site. After you get your score, you have the option to create an account and save up to 5 scores, which are called ORBs. Then, you can "publish" one of them, meaning generate a link to it like the one in my sig. This is how you prove your score is real.

I'm not saying I doubt you at all, I just want to see how your score breaks-down and how you got over 16K! That's an AWESOME score for one GPU, and I'd love to try & get there myself.
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Yes, they can be left on. Probably a better solution than most.
Air movement within the case is recommended.

Wish I would have known about ORB back at the beginning of november when I learned how to use Rivatuner. Will be a pain as I just built an interesting pc for my GF using my GTX. Thats why I bought the GT. Check out this weird board Biostar P4m900-m4. I would link to the egg, but they didn't have anymore as of yesterday. Board supports ol' socket 478 p4's up to 800mhz with ddr2 and a 16x pci-e slot. Even has some Oc'ing ability. Sux its such a cheapo and only comes in MATX. Anyways I feel like I've been challenged, I'll see if I can't sneak the GTX back into the house (It is a xmas gift after all, doubt she can complain the card is used as she's getting a 1200 dollar gift this year). And run 3dm06 on both of the cards. Now that I think about it I probably never ran futuremark on the 8800gt, but i believe my best was 15900 ish on the gtx, although I'm pretty sure It was over 16000 a few times but showed artifacts in the dragon test. I will ORB it tonight when I get home from work.

It says you can only publish one score, does that mean I can't have both my gt and gtx posted at the same time?
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The time has come earlier than I suspected, but I will be retiring my P5N32-E for an ASUS Maximus motherboard next week.

I thought for sure I was going to hang on to this awesome board longer than most of you, but here's what happened:

I had almost enough spare parts to build a new rig including a Gigabyte GA-965P. I was just missing a case and an HDD. My father-in-law decided to buy these things and an E6750 to have me build him a system. I am such an IDIOT, I didn't realize the GA-965P was so cheap it didn't support 1333 without a BIOS flash (only takes FDD). So, I installed the FDD on my system, downloaded the BIOS flash only to learn it doesn't support E6x50!!! So, the GA-965P gets sihtcanned, my father-in-law gets my wife's P5N-E, she gets my P5N32-E, and I get an ASUS Maximus.

What a nightmare. I'm so disappointed in myself. Time to hit the scotch.

But what good people you all are to be so helpful and kind. USlatin, Litlratt, & of course Robilar, especially. I'll be sure to stop by from time-to-time to say hi.

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We'll miss ya Dosto.
I'm jumping ship also as I've realized I probably can't live without a QX9650. Utilizing EVGA's upgrade program, I'm hoping for a 780i series board in January.
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