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http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=5771115

That is a 4.2GHz E8400 and it STILL doesn't outscore a 3.6GHz quad. And I find it hard to believe that 100MHz will drop my CPU score by nearly 2300pts.
I wasn't talking about the CPU score, I was talking about the overall 3DMark06 score.

WOW, you got 19,369 with an E8400@ 4.2 and a 8800GTS 512MB!!!!!!! Is the GTS overclocked, because that score is SICK!

I bet that is two 8800GTS in SLI!

That score is way too high for one GTS

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I'd love to see some proof of that.


From review at xbitlabs.com
    
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congrats on your 3dmark score. at least you're having more success than i am. i cant even install 3dmark06 the trial version on my rig.
I had the same problem getting it to install with vista 64, and I had given up on it until yesterday. I'm not entirely sure what the issue was, but here's what I did in case you're interested. I downloaded 3D mark 06 v110 via major geeks, along with the feb 08 hotfix. Installed both. When I tried to run it I got an Open AL dll error (open al installs itself after the 3d mark installation....not sure which version it was), so In to the control panel I went and un-installed Open AL. Did a quick google search for a new version, and found open AL 2.0.3.0 (march 08) version from creative labs. Installed that and 3D mark runs like a champ. Hope that helps you. I ran it about 20 times yesterday to see what I could get out of this rig.
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Guess I'm the only other one who saw that. 70C on the CPU, somehow I don't think 4.2 ghz is worth that kind of heat.
It's commonly known that the temp sensors are whacked on these E8400 CPU's. I run 59-62C each core at stock voltage, stock speed. I've reseated the CPU/HSF at least 6 times with AS5, also mixing in using a Big Typhoon. The stock cooler wasn't a whole lot worse.

That's reason enough to think the CPU's core temps are whacked, so I'm not too worried about the heat issue. The actual CPU temp hasn't gotten much above 50C.

This is also my 3rd mobo with this CPU, and they have been consistent.
    
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From review at xbitlabs.com
So you just proved that a 4.3 dualie is still about 600pts lower than a 3.5-3.6 quad. How did that prove your point at all?
    
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So you just proved that a 4.3 dualie is still about 600pts lower than a 3.5-3.6 quad. How did that prove your point at all?
I didn't say they had the exact same score, I just said that they were similar.

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From What I have read, a Quad at 3.5 gives a similar 3DMark06 score to a Dual at 4.2.
So, Quad @ 3.5 ≈ Dual @ 4.3

Anyways, I guess I was trying to help myself feel better that my awesome Quad couldn't reach the same speed as a dual. But at a slower speed, my quad performs similar to a faster dual. I guess I always wanted to be in the 4GHz club, but my quad in the 3's is just as good.
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I wasn't talking about the CPU score, I was talking about the overall 3DMark06 score.

WOW, you got 19,369 with an E8400@ 4.2 and a 8800GTS 512MB!!!!!!! Is the GTS overclocked, because that score is SICK!

I bet that is two 8800GTS in SLI!

That score is way too high for one GTS

.
it is 2 GTSs. for some reason ORB says its still a single GPU setup. while i know for a fact its 2. the highest i have got with a E8400 and oone GTS is 15933 (soon to be passed 16k )

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I didn't say they had the exact same score, I just said that they were similar.



So, Quad @ 3.5 ≈ Dual @ 4.3

Anyways, I guess I was trying to help myself feel better that my awesome Quad couldn't reach the same speed as a dual. But at a slower speed, my quad performs similar to a faster dual.
my dual would eat your quad alive in benching. the Q9300 is a bad quad for benching.
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it is 2 GTSs. for some reason ORB says its still a single GPU setup. while i know for a fact its 2. the highest i have got with a E8400 and oone GTS is 15933 (soon to be passed 16k )



my dual would eat your quad alive in benching. the Q9300 is a bad quad for benching.
I don't doubt it What makes me so glad about my quad is that I only paid $200 and not $280 like they are selling for at newegg.

I just need to increase my OC to get closer to the 3.5 wall Pretty amazing performance for a $200 CPU, an $80 mobo and $100 for 4 gig of RAM IMHO.........
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I have the Hanns-G 191D and I run 3D06 at 1280 X 1024
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I don't doubt it What makes me so glad about my quad is that I only paid $200 and not $280 like they are sell for at newegg.

I just need to increase my OC to get closer to the 3.5 wall Pretty amazing performance for a $200 CPU, an $80 mobo and $100 for 4 gig of RAM IMHO.........
dont get me wrong a Q9300 is a good is a good chip for the price. infact i wish i had one when i convert videos.
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