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post #21 of 24
Gentlemen,

I just joined to add my 2c as an FYI

I have a 5600+ and 8800GTS 640Mb, and with stock speeds on everything I get

3Dmark06 - 9290
3Dmark03 - 31330
Aquamark - 117,171

I have OC since then, but I have not benched it yet.
post #22 of 24
i get 10500 on a stock amd 5600+, re-format ur pc and download amd dual-core optimiser
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post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by THESWAT View Post
i get 10500 on a stock amd 5600+, re-format ur pc and download amd dual-core optimiser

What does the duel-core optimiser do? And will a re-format help my vcore problem?

I really don't want to reformat my hdd, since I would have to back up almost 160 GB of data.

I actually flashed the mobo bios to the "correct" bios for my specific mobo from the asus website, and the vcore changed to something closer to the normal stock vcore, but it is still reporting on the low side with every program i use (except the bios reports it at normal).


The reason I don't want to reformat besides the data backup part is that the original OS and HDD are from an emachines PC and that didn't include a hard copy of windows. Is there any easy way to reformat without buying a new copy of windows? My cd-key is legit and I would like to keep it that way, so a torrent copy is out of the question.
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AMD 64 X2 5600+ ASUS M2N-E eVga 8800 GTS 320MB 2 Gigz Crucial 
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AMD 64 X2 5600+ ASUS M2N-E eVga 8800 GTS 320MB 2 Gigz Crucial 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
160GB IDE Pioneer dual layer dvd-R WinXP Home SP2 17" LCD 
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aura vision eluminex Antec 520w Huge kick ass case MS optical 
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Originally Posted by KnowSkillz View Post
What does the duel-core optimiser do? And will a re-format help my vcore problem?

I really don't want to reformat my hdd, since I would have to back up almost 160 GB of data.

I actually flashed the mobo bios to the "correct" bios for my specific mobo from the asus website, and the vcore changed to something closer to the normal stock vcore, but it is still reporting on the low side with every program i use (except the bios reports it at normal).


The reason I don't want to reformat besides the data backup part is that the original OS and HDD are from an emachines PC and that didn't include a hard copy of windows. Is there any easy way to reformat without buying a new copy of windows? My cd-key is legit and I would like to keep it that way, so a torrent copy is out of the question.
KnowSkillz, for information about what the "dual core optimizer" does please go here and check out the 3rd download. Hopefully that provides the information your looking for.
In regards to your vcore issue, I doubt a reformat will fix your low vcore problem. It almost sounds like the applications are having troubles reading the board or perhaps the hardware isn't reporting the right readings.
Maybe I'm a little confused on your reformatting question but all you should have to do is re-activate your Windows copy. This process is actually very simple and can be done over the telephone(all automated).

Hope that helps
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Athlon II X4 620 Asus M4A785-M Asus 5770 G.Skill 8GB DDR2-800 
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WD3200AAJS Windows 7 Pro Acer AL2216W, Samsung P2770 Corsair 550VX 
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