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That sucks too, because that all that I have laying around, 333.

I miss the good ole s939 overclocking days. I had about every chip once for athlon x2...
That when real overclockers were made. OCing through the BIOS none of this OCing on then desktop nonsense.
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Also highly unlikely. I don't believe I've ever seen a 939 validation that high.
Not to mention he said that it ran for 20 minutes like that.

Well, I suppose if the heat spreaders have never been removed then you still have a lifetime warranty on them if anythingwere to ever go wrong with them you could just RMA.
Oh no I'm not gonna buy any more ram for 939 any time soon...

I have a set of PC3200 OCZ platinums 2x1g kit, PC3200 Gskill 2x1G kit & PC4000 Crucial Balistix 2x1G kit. If any thing I may end up selling down the road for newer hardware updates. I have to much stuff that I really don't need any how.

Don't worry Thlnk3r if & when I decide to sell I will make a for sale thread
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So I just defragged and optimized (compacted files) my OS drive, the caviar black, and my disk benchmarks are now ~20% lower. I used third party software Ultradefrag, which I have used several times, and have never had these types of results. The results were always positive, maybe minimal, but an improvement. Any ideas? I am puzzled, and kind of ticked off...
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So I just defragged and optimized (compacted files) my OS drive, the caviar black, and my disk benchmarks are now ~20% lower. I used third party software Ultradefrag, which I have used several times, and have never had these types of results. The results were always positive, maybe minimal, but an improvement. Any ideas? I am puzzled, and kind of ticked off...
Did you say you compressed your files on your HDD. Have you tried to uncompress them is so to see what the difference is. I'm betting on the compression slowing down your scores.
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Also highly unlikely. I don't believe I've ever seen a 939 validation that high.
Not to mention he said that it ran for 20 minutes like that.
I have seen some 939's that high.

Go here and sort by socket 939.

You'll see a few 939's in the 3700-3900mhz range.
Manchester, Venice, & San Diego's.

A larger portion is in the 3000-3600mhz range.
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So I just defragged and optimized (compacted files) my OS drive, the caviar black, and my disk benchmarks are now ~20% lower. I used third party software Ultradefrag, which I have used several times, and have never had these types of results. The results were always positive, maybe minimal, but an improvement. Any ideas? I am puzzled, and kind of ticked off...
Why do you use a 3rd party defragger? I've always used the one that was on the OS and it seems to work just fine.

I'd say try running the one in windows and see if it changes anything.
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Why do you use a 3rd party defragger? I've always used the one that was on the OS and it seems to work just fine.

I'd say try running the one in windows and see if it changes anything.
the third party software usually is able to defrag files that the OS based defrag cannot, plus it allows compaction. This is supposed to move all files to the front(outside of the disk), supposedly increasing read speeds.


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Did you say you compressed your files on your HDD. Have you tried to uncompress them is so to see what the difference is. I'm betting on the compression slowing down your scores.
No not compressed, compacted. But that reminded me to make sure that was disabled and it is.
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the third party software usually is able to defrag files that the OS based defrag cannot, plus it allows compaction. This is supposed to move all files to the front(outside of the disk), supposedly increasing read speeds.
Interesting. I know the OS can't move any system files but that's about it.
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Interesting. I know the OS can't move any system files but that's about it.
I guess I have seen it work in the past but I am only basing that off the graphs provided by the software that represent defragmented files and where data is placed. I know thats not real proof, maybe I'm being suckered by the software. Either way, I have no idea why I have obtained negative performance results as a result.
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So I just defragged and optimized (compacted files) my OS drive, the caviar black, and my disk benchmarks are now ~20% lower. I used third party software Ultradefrag, which I have used several times, and have never had these types of results. The results were always positive, maybe minimal, but an improvement. Any ideas? I am puzzled, and kind of ticked off...
Eternalenergy311, which tool are you using to measure drive performance (HDTune, HDTach ect)? I thought you had already posted a screen shot of your avg. read speeds. If I remember right they looked normal

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