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post #11421 of 28692
Ah, just a name change; I changed the 62 to 63 in the "Specification" of cpu-z but not the processor name.

It just occurred to me that "maybe" the Opteron 190 cpu-z validation was altered in the same manner.
    
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Well, I no longer have my Opteron 165. Shipped it out yesterday to some fellow in New York. I still have one remaining Socket 939 system at home which is an Opteron 146 in my parents' computer but I no longer use one myself. I still have a motherboard though...
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post #11423 of 28692
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JEmmaB, nice OC

Looks like CPU-Z is reading the processor wrong (FX-63)

Good luck
It can be changed in to anything up to 48 characters. The Opty 190 issue is really bugging me. Was it only a name change?

Behold the FX-64.



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=485229
Edited by JEmmaB - 1/15/09 at 8:56am
    
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It can be changed in to anything up to 48 characters.
How?
 
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A little utility i used before the advent of cpu-z; CBId. Works in a lot of ways like cpu-z.
Edited by JEmmaB - 1/15/09 at 9:17am
    
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How?
Hoth, good question.

Jemma, I was able to bust out the mspaint.exe and modify mine but how did you get a CPU-Z validation link with that? That is pathetically sad, I wonder how many people lie on their validation links
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thlnk3r: You can't cheat the score, but you can change the procs name. Hence the cpu-z validation.
    
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thlnk3r: You can't cheat the score, but you can change the procs name. Hence the cpu-z validation.
Jemma, ah ok. Sorry for the confusion. Still very early in the morning
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Jemma, ah ok. Sorry for the confusion. Still very early in the morning
This is getting really interesting, but I have to get some sleep. It's almost 2 in the morning here.
Edited by JEmmaB - 1/15/09 at 9:27am
    
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BlackOmega, a better card would work less hard to sustain the same kind of framerates and eye candy than an inferior card would. Though you're already running an SLI setup with your 9600GSOs, I'll always favor a single great card over two good cards running in SLI/Crossfire.

I wish I could tell you which setup would give you better performance. I do know that standing pat would not make you open your wallet up at all (while a step-up to a better single card would almost definitely would, unless I'm mistaken).

I'm not sure this helps you any, but I hope it does anyway.
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BlackOmega:
I would suggest you go with whatever card suites your budget. The 9800GTX+ won't be bottlenecked, I can promise that (except in 3DMark). The GTX 260 would obviously be a step up from it. If you've got the cash for it, go for the 260, and let us know how it goes. That's what I'd do.

And hey, if it bottlenecks slightly, so what!!! You can ALWAYS take that card with you to a new rig in the future if you chose to, and at least you'd know that its not the GPU holding you back .

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Go with a GTX 260 w/ the 216 SP's. Going to a 9800GTX+ wouldn't be worth it IMO, probably a downgrade. As far as bottleneck, you're bottlenecking more w/ a dual core cpu and SLI then you would w/ one GTX 260 216. Go with that and then sell your other card to get some spending money to buy a new game for it .
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I do not get it JEmmaB...?

Congrats on your Manny Name Change.

BlackOmega: Given the prices to step up, I would suggest maintaining the status quo. If you can play all your games with decent frame rates, why spend money now? When you start running into problems, THEN look into the GTX 3xx or HD 58xx series.

Thanx for your input guys its all been very helpful.

But here's the scoop with my setups as of right now. My asus board is sitting in a box with my opty 165 on it for the time being. Both of my DFI boards are in cases, up and running, each one has a 9600 in it.
I was thinking the same thing as pez, that 1 good card wouldn't bottleneck nearly as bad as 2 in sli. Not to mention the 260 has more ram and a hell of a lot more throughput, I believe its 448 bit as opposed to 192 bit for the GSO's. As for the price, I dont think I can beat it, honestly. Including the price of my 9600, the 260 will cost me $230 shipped. And I figure Ill just keep the other one as a backup/folding rig which was the whole reason for it in the first place. And then maybe give the 3rd rig (once I get it in a case) to my folks. Seeing as their computer is going on 9 years old. Maybe.......Ill give them the asus board with my 6800's in SLI and the OC'd 3500+. Theyll never have a clue as to what theyre really using

Well I suppose I have a couple more days to chew this over. Somehow convince the wife that this would be the LAST thing I do to my computer . She's gonna be like
Hopefully, I can breathe new life into an aging socket and keep it around that much longer and hold off on building a new rig for at least another year possibly 2 if I get another 2 gigs of RAM.

Once again, thank you guys for your input.
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