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the last 2 Pics i uploaded are thoes.the 1st one is no overclock.the other is max overclock on the video card.
All of the pictures you posted were of runs with 3DMark06 at 1920x1080 resolution. You need to lower that to 1280x1024 I believe so we can compare.
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post #163 the post with the correct settings for 3d mark.maybe u were looking at the other post with 4 SS of 3d mark
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hmm so 14fps increase in canyon flight,and only 2fps in others.if you are running those clocks i would say there is definitely a bottleneck.
    
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+Rep for keeping your cool while fighting off so many non-believers...
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post #163 the post with the correct settings for 3d mark.maybe u were looking at the other post with 4 SS of 3d mark
Well, I'm afraid to say that I think it's a glitch. Here is a list of 3dmark06 scores for 9600gt/AMD X2 CPU combos on the ORB: http://www.madonion.com/search/3dmar...tingsystem=561

I'm going to guess that most of those systems have their CPU near or just above 3GHz, with decent OC's on their graphics cards, so their performance should be close to yours--but most of those systems score around 10k in 3dmark at default settings. The ones scoring over about 9k are probably the SLI systems. Even a S939 system scores about 9k, so I don't think that you're getting the clocks you were seeing in rivatuner (unfortunately...), and I doubt that you're getting too much of a bottleneck from your CPU. Looks like the clocks you're setting in rivatuner (or whatever app you're using) aren't being applied correctly because I think you're getting 3dmark06 results consistent with a stock 9600gt. I was really pulling for you though on those insane gpu clocks... But still, if you're feeling generous and want to dump that card, just let me know...
    
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well i have my FSB at 324,could that have anything to do with the clock of my video card?
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well i have my FSB at 324,could that have anything to do with the clock of my video card?
Hmm...I don't think so. The PCI-E frequency doesn't directly change the core/memory/shader clocks on the 9600 (or any gfx card), it just theoretically makes it easier to overclock (it has more of an effect on overclockability than with other cards, that's all). Increasing the PCI-E bus speed will essentially expand the bandwidth alotted to it (and might affect the gfx performance). I found this, and it seems to be interesting, but I don't quite understand it: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=254944

In fact, I'm surprised at your 3dmark scores now--they actually seem a bit on the lower side. I'd suggest putting your PCI-E frequency at no higher than 120 (suggest 105 at first), then overclock the card as high as you can before artifacting occurs with something like rivatuner or atitool, and see what you end up scoring in 3dmark06 (with or without a CPU overclock--preferably with). My gut instinct says that you'll get higher results than with the PCI-E bus at 324MHz.
    
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Hmm...I don't think so. The PCI-E frequency doesn't directly change the core/memory/shader clocks on the 9600 (or any gfx card)
iirc pci-e frequency does affect the core clocks of 9600gt.
    
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My gut instinct says that you'll get higher results than with the PCI-E bus at 324MHz.
my front side bus is at 324 mhz.no way could a pci-e go up to 324.
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iirc pci-e frequency does affect the core clocks of 9600gt.
How so? I meant it won't change the inherent clocks on the card--so if you have your card at stock, let's assume it's 700MHz core, and up your PCI-E freq., so the core of the card in whatever clock-reading program you're using will still show up as 700MHz, and not 700MHz scaled by the PCI-E bus (which is why it's weird that the program is reading 1000+MHz core speeds...). Unless there's something special/specific to the 9600gt? I don't think there is. Because with any card I've ever used, the clocks don't change depending on how I change the PCI-E freq.
    
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