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Yeah pio that would make a little bit of a difference having those other options of the M2RSH

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Thanks for the link. They are actually pretty close to me. I may drop by there in the near future next time Fry's has a Great "can't pass up" sale. Fry's is right down the street from them in Freakmont.
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You've got a keen eye my friend . Unfortunately your chipsets are slightly off. That's clearly a DFI board as we all grew to love from our 939 gear, which is why I was so anxious to jump on it when Blitz jumped ship. But its sadly a 790GX / SB600 board, only board I have left .

I can't necessarily say that I'm not impressed with it. 3.7GHz on a C2 Athlon quad certainly is a feat on its own. But I honestly do believe its the board holding me back on this one. I know I could get a good 2800+ on my NB, since I'm not afraid of some voltage. And I'll bet with an 8 phase power system, I could probably stabilize at 3.8-3.9 on this chip.

Oh well, you live and learn . And even my measly $25 Athlon quad...its still MORE than enough power for any gaming I do, or any encoding I throw at it. It beats the snot out of my old dual core Opteron in anything. I just miss the Opty because it was such an epically golden chip.
YOur Opty for sure was definitely a very nice chip. Wish my 165 was half as good as yours. On a good day with really low temps I had trouble getting it over 2600.

And your quad is definitely better than my 720. While I could get 3700MHz out of it, it was at the cost of major RAM speed. I wound up getting better performance @ 3600. Although1600 CAS 7 out of a C2 was just fine with me.

Although, I'm definitely thinking about getting an AM3 DFi board.
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Yea, there was one benchmark has like a DFI lanparty UT SLI-DR socket 939 and a core i7 cpu on the score. Pretty lame when you know the board.




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Presonally I noticed a huge difference in fps going from one graphics card to 2. mostly the low end speeds. My gpu end no longer hangs or bogs down during intese explosions or movement like it used to.

Also, I know people say that socket 939 bottlenecks 8800gt's in sli, but im getting my zalman editions over 80c at times stock speeds. you know they are getting used at that point since most games dont get them much about idle temps.

3dmark06 defaults dont use anti aliasing or much detail at all. If you look at the settings, its pretty basic. Therefore of course your cpu is doing a lot of the work. If you crank up the detail level, AA, and resolution, you will notice a much larger performance increase going from 1, to 2 graphics cards. even on a socket 939.

BTW do you omega or anyone else have some posted 3dmark06 scores on their website? id love to compare fps to these other systems and see where i stand and need to overclock or test.
SLI definitely helps with keeping you in the playable framerates, brings the bottom end up. Well, with exception of games such as Crysis.

As for 3dm06 scores. I never officially bought it, so I don't know if it registered mine or not. Although I do believe I was reaching the 13,000 range with my 4870's. However, even @ 3.0 GHz, a 939 could not keep up with it.

As for my GSO's in SLI on 939 gear, IIRC, it was ~12k.
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YOur Opty for sure was definitely a very nice chip. Wish my 165 was half as good as yours. On a good day with really low temps I had trouble getting it over 2600.

And your quad is definitely better than my 720. While I could get 3700MHz out of it, it was at the cost of major RAM speed. I wound up getting better performance @ 3600. Although1600 CAS 7 out of a C2 was just fine with me.

Although, I'm definitely thinking about getting an AM3 DFi board.







SLI definitely helps with keeping you in the playable framerates, brings the bottom end up. Well, with exception of games such as Crysis.

As for 3dm06 scores. I never officially bought it, so I don't know if it registered mine or not. Although I do believe I was reaching the 13,000 range with my 4870's. However, even @ 3.0 GHz, a 939 could not keep up with it.

As for my GSO's in SLI on 939 gear, IIRC, it was ~12k.
I remember your GSO's barely breaking 10k. I remember this convo before. You dont need to buy 3dmark to post scores on the web by the way.

Anyone else have actual scores? ones that are posted?
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I remember your GSO's barely breaking 10k. I remember this convo before. You dont need to buy 3dmark to post scores on the web by the way.

Anyone else have actual scores? ones that are posted?
That 10K score was using an Opteron 165 @ 2500MHz. With the 180 they did a lot better. I could bench with it ~ 3050 MHz, and I ran it @ 2900 for 24/7 use.

Also, do you recall which GSO's I said I ran? I have 2 sets, one with 384 MB cards, and one with 768 MB cards.

In folding I've noticed no discernible difference between the two, however, in gaming the 768's obviously do a lot better.

I just downloaded 3dm06 to my folding rig (3800x2, 4GB ram @ 400MHz, 2 x 384MB gso). I'll run it and post my results. I can't OC it at the moment, it only has the stock heatsink from my 720 on it.
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Okay so I ran it on my folding rig.

Note: My folding rig is running Win 7 pro, so I believe that it ran 3dm06 in DX10 and not 9, so it's not comparable to your score fnkdrspot.
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IIRC I got over 15000 points with 2x4890 and an Opty180. I'll test that again this weekend maybe.
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Okay so I ran it on my folding rig.

Note: My folding rig is running Win 7 pro, so I believe that it ran 3dm06 in DX10 and not 9, so it's not comparable to your score fnkdrspot.
yea 6k is right around 11k last time I checked. lol.

Like I said, your best was around 10k. I havent seen anyone around or over 12k yet on a socket 939.

And if you got 12k in the past, ORB should have the saved results. post it.
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But your sig says you are rockin a 790FX-M2RS

I hear those 790FX boards from DFI are some crazy overclockers.
The 790FX chipset is the best of the bunch and that's what my MSI has in it. No real suprise to hear the DFI's with this chipset can do some crazy numbers.
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yea 6k is right around 11k last time I checked. lol.

Like I said, your best was around 10k. I havent seen anyone around or over 12k yet on a socket 939.

And if you got 12k in the past, ORB should have the saved results. post it.
Look at his clock speed. His CPU was at 2.0GHz.

I got 11129 points with my 939 rig and a single 8800GTS 512. I want to say I broke 12k with my 4850, but I don't have any proof of that.

Note, this wasn't my 11129 run, this is just the only screenshot I have left anymore. My 11129 run was with the 8800GTS clocked higher, and my CPU was at 3.1GHz.


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Look at his clock speed. His CPU was at 2.0GHz.

I got 11129 points with my 939 rig and a single 8800GTS 512. I want to say I broke 12k with my 4850, but I don't have any proof of that.

Note, this wasn't my 11129 run, this is just the only screenshot I have left anymore. My 11129 run was with the 8800GTS clocked higher, and my CPU was at 3.1GHz.
Again, I'm fairly certain I broke 12k with my 4850.
You remember getting the score 11129 exactly? Or do you have the results posted on orb? I mean it usually saves them like it did mine.

http://3dmark.com/3dm06/12579874

and last I read, 2x8800gt in sli were better than a 4850. please correct me if im wrong.

Honestly, the 3dmark06 is the one contest id love to try. and to be honest, i'd love to use 3dmark03, since the one test uses audio which my sb x-fi gamer will kick in and perform even higher.

looks like my 11454 is the confirmed highest, and I didnt even try hard. stock card speeds, medium overclock on cpu.
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