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the 1t setting was better, however is there neway of improving my pcmark05 scoore, i think 8.5k for my setup is pretty low...right?
I think that's really low for PCMArk05 but I haven't ever ran it. Have you ran 06 as well?
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theres no such thing as pcmark06....only 3dmark06



also was it a waste getting pc-8500 memory? since i was never gna get 1:1 timing with my mem mhz runnning at 1066?
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no its insurance
    
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post #24 of 33
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theres no such thing as pcmark06....only 3dmark06



also was it a waste getting pc-8500 memory? since i was never gna get 1:1 timing with my mem mhz runnning at 1066?
Man I'm sorry. I must have been out of it a little but I posted. Getting pc-8500 memory isn't a waste IMO. I bought 8000 for my E6300 because my FSB was approaching 500MHz and my 6400 couldn't keep up. If you are going for air cooling and E6600 with a 1:1 you aren't going to get 1066 of course.

I don't know that it's a waste though because if you are rated for 1066 most often those are D9s and you can tighten up your timings and just run them at 1:1.

I like running mine at 1000Mhz even when my CPU is only rocking a 1500MHz FSB speed, but that's just me.
post #25 of 33
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the RAM is running at the same exact speed as the processors FSB

EX 1:1 RAM 800mhz CPU 800mhz FSB
2:1 Ram 400mhz CPU 800MHZ FSB

EDIT: this is for ddr1 not the ddr2 that you have
DDR vs. DDR2 does not matter for this. Also, be sure you state specifically which component is in the first part of the ratio and which is in the second, because 1:2 can mean two different things if you don't.
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hmmm strangely when i run 1511mhz cpu and 755mhz which is 1:1 at 3-3-3-8 1T timings i get a lower score if i run something random like 1511mhz cpu with 1050 4-4-4-8 2t timings and

Siliviastud its okay! repped neways for explaining stuff to me
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post #27 of 33
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hmmm strangely when i run 1511mhz cpu and 755mhz which is 1:1 at 3-3-3-8 1T timings i get a lower score if i run something random like 1511mhz cpu with 1050 4-4-4-8 2t timings and

Siliviastud its okay! repped neways for explaining stuff to me
1T v. 2T makes a huge difference. Need quite a bit more bandwidth to make that up.

timings don't matter that much... it's really the command rate that makes the lower speed beat the higher speed settings.
    
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The faster ram can sure come in handy with the 1333FSB cpu's coming up!
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post #29 of 33
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The faster ram can sure come in handy with the 1333FSB cpu's coming up!
How? 1333FSB at 1:1 = only 667Mhz Ram... To run 1:1 with a 1333FSB you are fine with PC5300.

1333FSB CPU's are good only for one thing... non-overclockers. Unless they increase the overclocking potential by a LOT on those I don't see how an overclocker would want a 1333fsb CPU since the same chip in the 1066FSB have a higher multiplier.

E6600 (Higher multi, lower FSB stock) vs E6650 (lower multi, higher FSB stock)
Overclock both to 1600FSB which a lot of people do and the E6600 = faster cpu MHz due to the multi.

Now explain me why would someone go for a 1333FSB if he overclock? Unless of course the new CPU are so much more advanced and do 2000FSB easy and overclock to 4Ghz on air.
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post #30 of 33
Well look at it this way, the new 45nm cpu's have to run with a 1333FSB minimum (wasn't my idea ), and they will run cooler which will allow for higher overclocks. And since you already start off at 333FSB, if you get a low-end 45nm Penryn with a low multi you will reach high FSB pretty fast. Think of FSB's above 500...
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