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post #2931 of 5037
is this right? : gta IV uses 4 cores, physX uses 5th core in stead of gpu, and 6th for the rest of the apps.

Edit: if so, the gpu is dedicated only to produce some pure pwnage graphics while you take advantage of the cpu : )
Edited by groodal - 9/21/10 at 8:13am
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That's true those results show increase in games performance, but there is another review that shows that little is gained when all the cores are being used (which did show in the encoding passes). Of course few games use all the cores... if any!

Outside of games though.. I don't think you'll see it so clearly. Anyways..
I can see it clearly in WinRAR, a 600Mhz increase in speed on the CPU/NB roughly equaled the performance given from 600Mhz increase in the core speed.
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I can see it clearly in WinRAR, a 600Mhz increase in speed on the CPU/NB roughly equaled the performance given from 600Mhz increase in the core speed.
I don't think WinRAR is using all of your cores... but again.. anyways.
    
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Maybe you're getting confused with the HT link speed? I don't think that has much effect. But from everything i've seen the "CPU/NB" clock is extremely important.
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Maybe you're getting confused with the HT link speed? I don't think that has much effect. But from everything i've seen the "CPU/NB" clock is extremely important.
Was that directed at me? If it was, I'm not confused with the HT Link frequency, that's for sure. Here's what I'm referring to from what I've read:

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What we did not expect was that a similar pattern would emerge from our CPU-NB testing. Our experiment with Thuban’s CPU-NB was truly strange. In applications that can take advantage of as many cores as 6, the gains achieved by CPU-NB overclocking was rather small. It’s there, but not to the point of writing home about. On the other hand, overclocking CPU-NB greatly benefited less-threaded applications, namely games. This can also be observed from the X264 HD 3.0 test, where the less intense first pass yields much better scaling with CPU-NB overclocking than the second pass.

We have no conclusive theory to explain this phenomenon at this time. Originally our suspicion was limited to CPU-NB’s frequencies and memory frequencies/timings, but now we wonder whether the size of L3, which is meager 1MB per core for the X6’s, comes into play as well. We are looking to further examine this subject in the future.

Quoted from AnandTech on this review.
Which is, part of the review that was linked earlier a few posts up.
    
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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post
I don't think WinRAR is using all of your cores... but again.. anyways.
From WinRAR's help file :

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System/Multithreading
If enabled, WinRAR will use the multithreaded version of RAR compression algorithm providing the higher speed on multiprocessor architectures. This option it is ignored when compressing to ZIP format. By default this option is turned on if number of processors reported by operating system is more than one, but it is possible to enable it manually even in the single processor system.

You can use Benchmark and hardware test command to check if multithreading improves performance in your configuration.
Might be only up to dual cores though.

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Since Version 3.60, WinRAR is opimized for multi-processor systems.

Multithreaded version of RAR compression algorithm improvesthe compression speed on computers with several CPU, dual core CPU and processors with hyperthreading technology.
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I could be wrong, I don't use WinRAR, I use 7zip.
    
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Hi guys, OC-ed my 1055T to 4000, with the RAM at 270 (286x2), and if going any higher it would crash. CPU/NB at 2200 and HT at 2000. The RAM stock frequency is 800, any suggestions about why does it crash if I set it at 286x2.33?
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Hi guys,

done alittle modding to my H50 with 2x Scythe Ultra Kaze 3000 - 120x38mm Fans.

FAN <- SHROUD <- RAD <- SHROUD <- FAN

all in my little CM Scout case

change the OC slightly as i thought id try the DRAM x3 for the NB so its now at:

CPU: 4004.1MHz
FSB: 286
Multi: 14
HT Link: 2002MHz
NB: 2288.1MHz
RAM: 1525MHz 8-8-8-20
vCore: 1.475v
vNB: 1.300v
vRam: 1.65v

my temps from my standard H50 push/pull setup:

Idle: 34
Load: 64

with my new setup with the fans running at the 3000rpm(only for OCing as they r loud! ):

Idle: 31
Load: 50

my next test is to bring the fans speed down to the min i can get them by using the bios and retest it:

Idle:31
Load:52

Any ideas why there isnt much change in the temps as the fans on min r far far more quiet than at max? is it because its only a 120 rad and it just cant cool it down anymore?

Also by the end of the week i will be adding a res to the loop mostly for the kool look but hopefully to grab 1 or 2c more with the water hopefully being that little bit cooler when it hits the CPU.

here u go guys... didnt really wanna get the pics up until i done my res in the loop with my new tubing and ALOT of cable management is needed which ill try and get around to:

my side panel is sooooooo close to pushing on hence the slight gap on the rear shround which ive now blocked 100% and the inside fan which just pushes past the side panel top fan its a perfect fit








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finally got over 4ghz, been adjusting like a maniac for the last weeks.

very high vcore tho.
    
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