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Originally Posted by blitz6804 View Post
Hueristic runs the same motherboard. Perhaps he can share the extent of his experience with it.
Right now I have set everything to auto (My bois sets the loosest timeing at auto). I did this for the suicides. I was happy just getting CAS 2 because I have 2 mismatched Valueram chips, 133 and 166. Haven't been able to get them into dual mode. I have to remove one when suicideing. After the January contest I will be re-tweaking the settings if the cpu is still kicking!
But it looks to me like Jacka is doing a great job right now! I may have to try his setup! LOL

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3700+ @ 3025 MHz
What Bios ver are you running? Keep up the good work and I'll spend some time with you in Feb if you want and we can get both our boards maxed out! I think we are the only 2 in this club with the ability to run agp and PCI-E at the same time!
post #11312 of 28697
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As far as I know Pioneer, yes, the fastest processors for the Socket are the FX-55 (San Diego, 13x200x1), the Opteron 152 (Venus, 13x200x1), the FX-60 (Toledo, 13x200x2), and the Opteron 185 (Denmark, 13x200x2). Single Core or Dual Core, 2.6 GHz rules the day. (All 1 MB cached.)
I believe the Opteron 154 runs at 14x200x1 for 2.8 GHz.

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What Bios ver are you running?
I'm running BIOS 2.30 atm, but I'm going to try the latest OCWorkbench version to see if it improves anything.
Edited by Jacka - 1/12/09 at 7:35am
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I'm running BIOS 2.30 atm, but I'm going to try the latest OCWorkbench version to see if it improves anything.
Shoot me a PM with you results, Or put them in this thread. I am working on the PCI-E 1X mod right now so don't have the time to dedicate to this board. But I love it. I think I have the only PHYSX score for an ATI card with a Nvidia card for physx and folding LOL.
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I am. There's actually very few settings in my bios tweaked at the moment.. And actually, I never manually set my RAM to 1T.. Basically was already set to 1T automatically. I believe I found the area to change that, but no idea how to set it to 2T. My options are "Auto" "Enabled" (aka, 1T) and "Disabled" for "Command Per Clock" (..where I'm led to believe this would be changed).

Would 133mhz be a wise place to start for the divider? Of course, I'm sure I'd need to tweak other settings for that to be worthwhile...
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Timxirish, change the Command Per Clock to "disabled". That will set the command rate to 2T. In regards to the memory divider, I have mine set to 120 03/05. With my current OC (300HTT * 10x) that gives me exactly 200Mhz for my memory frequency. You're not to far from 300HTT so you may want to try that. You have a nice OC so far, keep it up

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Hello guys any experience with the radeon 4670?

My 3dmark06 are kinda low, but I suspect the proc to be the culprit.

larger pic

I really need to try it on one of my 939s.
JEmmaB, nice 3DMarko6 score! Do you have the core overclocked to 820Mhz? Am I reading the GPU-Z screenshot correctly? Not bad for the price.

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Jacka, very nicely done my friend. I have a 3700+ that needs to be tested. I hope I see the same results
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Nice OC Jacka, I will update the off-site later today most likely.

JEmmaB: That score a little low for a 4670. The 4670 performs slightly better than a 3850, but not as good as a 3870. With a single 3850 and my CPU around the same, I have the same CPU score as you do. However, my SM2.0 and SM3.0 are slightly higher. (Low/mid 4000s.) I would suspect that the GPU overclock is a fuzz too high. Try reducing the GPU and GRAM clocks slightly and running it again. I had tried overclocking my card to the point where it was still stable in ATI tool, and yet, it scored lower in 3DMark06 than a clock 10 MHz slower.

timxirish: For some reason, DFI likes to label it as "Commands per clock," or whatever you said, instead of just saying "Command rate: 1T/2T." As Thlnk3r said, disable will make it 2T, enable will make it 1T, and "Auto" will make 1T/2T depending on how many DIMMs you have installed and what divider you are using. (At least, that is what Auto does on AM2.)

EDIT: Do you happen to know exactly WHAT OCZ you have? Do you know the rated timings/voltages? I would set them explicitly in the BIOS rather than leaving on Auto. Also, for 2-3-2-5-1T, tRC should be 7, and tRFC should be 9, 10, or 11 (whichever gives the best stability), rather than the 12/24 they are presently set to.
     
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JEmmaB: That score a little low for a 4670. The 4670 performs slightly better than a 3850, but not as good as a 3870.
Blitz, are you sure? I read three different reviews of the card and they were mostly in the low 8,000 and one of these was with a Q6600 @ 3Ghz. My 3850 scored 9,700, so the 4670 being slightly better might be a tad false. The two cards have different memory buses as well.
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JEmmaB: That score a little low for a 4670. The 4670 performs slightly better than a 3850, but not as good as a 3870. With a single 3850 and my CPU around the same, I have the same CPU score as you do. However, my SM2.0 and SM3.0 are slightly higher. (Low/mid 4000s.) I would suspect that the GPU overclock is a fuzz too high. Try reducing the GPU and GRAM clocks slightly and running it again. I had tried overclocking my card to the point where it was still stable in ATI tool, and yet, it scored lower in 3DMark06 than a clock 10 MHz slower.
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Ive found that OCing my GPU's typically nets me lower 3dmark scores. Even though real world performance goes up scores go down Ive found I typically get teh best results with my cards at stock speeds. Go figure.
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Ive found that OCing my GPU's typically nets me lower 3dmark scores. Even though real world performance goes up scores go down Ive found I typically get teh best results with my cards at stock speeds. Go figure.
Omega, I don't even consider 3DMark06 to be good application for gauging performance any more. I prefer to just jump into a game to see how the performance is. It's nice to use for comparisons but I won't rely on it when it comes down to purchasing a specific card.
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As said, 939 rigs are more than capable still. I run all the games I play maxed out, and each one is playable (of course except crysis), but everything else I own, I can max out and play w/ nothing to complain about. (And mind you, this is at 1680x1050).
How is crysis not playable? I run the demo @ 1680x1050 with everything on high at a totally playable framerate. With 1 card I was able to acheive an average 25fps, which by all accounts is totally playable. And I'd imagine that with the 9800's higher bus speed you should do better than that.
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How is crysis not playable? I run the demo @ 1680x1050 with everything on high at a totally playable framerate. With 1 card I was able to acheive an average 25fps, which by all accounts is totally playable. And I'd imagine that with the 9800's higher bus speed you should do better than that.
High is not max though, is it? Maybe the full version of the game is more demanding than the demo? I'm just guessing here, I don't own the game. Never even played it.
 
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