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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #3231 of 6472
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This benchmark is stupid and so SDD/HDD dependent..

I have better CPU running 300MHz higher,a way better GPU and still my system scores lower than your Q9400 does..

CHEERS..
This test shows performance for regular use. And with an SSD a system will be much faster for regular use VS a system using harddrives. Simple as that.
    
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This test shows performance for regular use. And with an SSD a system will be much faster for regular use VS a system using harddrives. Simple as that.
Yeah right..

It's faster in two tests of 8 and only in storage related which don't mean sht..

If that gaming DX9 test was done in full screen my GTX480 would demolish your GTX260 so there's no real life situations there..

I't just synthetic nothing more..

My system is snappy and fast in everyday usage anyway..

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post #3233 of 6472
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Yeah EP45 UD3P is a GREAT mobo and owns every Asus P45 in term of clocking C2Quads..



Yeah he did a smart thing..

I was about to do the same but I couldn't find one UD3P for a sane price..

CHEERS..
haha, got mine for £95, £106 incl. shipping of fleabay,works great so far. Not overclocking yet though
post #3234 of 6472
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Yeah right..

It's faster in two tests of 8 and only in storage related which don't mean sht..

If that gaming DX9 test was done in full screen my GTX480 would demolish your GTX260 so there's no real life situations there..

I't just synthetic nothing more..

My system is snappy and fast in everyday usage anyway..

CHEERS..
You're really missing the point. Harddrives are the biggest bottleneck for a modern PC. Everything you run, you run from the harddrive. Believe me, if you took your system and my Q9400 system and put them out on the street, to let ordinary people use them for regular use, they would say my Q9400 system felt much, much faster then yours. Of course in modern games your graphics card would demolish my GTX 260. But still, most games run fine on that GTX 260 yet, so those ordinary people would not notice much in that departement. They would however feel that the games loaded much much faster in the SSD system, and no stuttering from game loading.

This is a fact. You should really try a SSD system before you even speak about performance.

I too was thinking the way you do, before I got my hands on SSD's.
    
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post #3235 of 6472
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haha, got mine for £95, £106 incl. shipping of fleabay,works great so far. Not overclocking yet though
I got my P5QC brand new in local IT shop for just 62£, 1 year warranty so I WIN..

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post #3236 of 6472
I think I might have a challenge here...

This is with FSB 450 and multiplier 6.0x, like you suggested KingT.
Happens immediately after I start P95 large fft.



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Is this a case of just upping the CPU voltage?
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Is this a case of just upping the CPU voltage?
Try this template. Up CPU Vcore if unstable. And put Performance Level at 10 and RAM timings at 5-5-5-15 if you are stable.

Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9 View Post
Try this. I have given you templates before? Haven't I?


Ai Overclock Tuner - Manual
CPU Ratio Setting - 8.5
FSB Frequency - 450
PCIE Frequency - 100
FSB Strap to Northbridge - Auto
DRAM Frequency - DDR2 - 900MHz
DRAM Timing Control - Manual

1st Information : 5-5-5-15-5-54-6-3
CAS# Latency -6
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay - 6
DRAM RAS# Precharge - 6
DRAM RAS# Activate to Precha - 18
RAS# to RAS# Delay - Auto
Row Refresh Cycle Time - Auto
Write Recovery Time - Auto
Read to Precharge Time - Auto

2nd Information : 7-3-5-4-5-4-6
Read to Write Delay (S/D) - Auto
Write to Read Delay (S) - Auto
Write to Read Delay (D) - Auto
Read to Read Delay (S) - Auto
Read to Read Delay (D) - Auto
Write to Write Delay (S) - Auto
Write to Write Delay (D) - Auto

3rd Information : 14-5-1-6-6
Write to Pre Delay - Auto
Read to Pre Delay - Auto
Pre to Pre Delay - Auto
All Pre to Act Delay - Auto
All Pre to Ref Delay - Auto

DRAM Static Read Control - Disabled
DRAM Read Training - Disabled
MEM. OC Charge - Enabled
Ai Clock Twister - Lighter
Ai Transaction Booster - Manual
Performance Level = 11

CPU Voltage - 1.3 (Try higher if unstable
CPU GTL Reference - x0.65
CPU PLL Voltage - 1.54
FSB Termination Voltage - 1.34
DRAM Voltage - 1.96
NB Voltage - 1.3
SB Voltage - Auto
PCIE SATA Voltage - Auto

Load-Line Calibration - Enabled
CPU Spread Spectrum - Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum - Disabled
CPU Clock Skew - Auto
NB Clock Skew - Auto
CPU Margin Enhancement - Performance


I wan't you to try 6-6-6-18 and Performance Level 11 for RAM. Since you've had so much trouble. If stable, try to tighten timings again..
    
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post #3239 of 6472
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Originally Posted by turrican9 View Post
You're really missing the point. Harddrives are the biggest bottleneck for a modern PC. Everything you run, you run from the harddrive. Believe me, if you took your system and my Q9400 system and put them out on the street, to let ordinary people use them for regular use, they would say my Q9400 system felt much, much faster then yours. Of course in modern games your graphics card would demolish my GTX 260. But still, most games run fine on that GTX 260 yet, so those ordinary people would not notice much in that departement. They would however feel that the games loaded much much faster in the SSD system, and no stuttering from game loading.

This is a fact. You should really try a SSD system before you even speak about performance.

I too was thinking the way you do, before I got my hands on SSD's.
Look man this supposed to be a System benchmark not a Storage bench..

And by regular use you mean Faster program launch,data transfer etc but once you're in games,cpu dependent loads my system would also be much faster..

Load time is not important to me but trust me that my system loads games really fast..

Also there's no stuttering as programs when launched are stored in RAM (Rapid Access Memory) so if you have enough of it a SSD would not make a difference..

And finally there are other benches like 06,Vantage,Games so feel free to use them..

You would see that SSD would do nothing for you vs my rig..

Like I said a pointless bench as it extremely likes storage..

I have seen PII X4 @ 3.8GHz + HD4800 + SSD that scores 4017 ,500+Pts more in PCMark7 than 2500K @ 4GHz +GTX460 + HDD = 3562..

Just stupid if you ask me..

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post #3240 of 6472
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Look man this supposed to be a System benchmark not a Storage bench..

And by regular use you mean Faster program launch,data transfer etc but once you're in games,cpu dependent loads my system would also be much faster..

Load time is not important to me but trust me that my system loads games really fast..

Also there's no stuttering as programs when launched are stored in RAM (Rapid Access Memory) so if you have enough of it a SSD would not make a difference..

And finally there are other benches like 06,Vantage,Games so feel free to use them..

You would see that SSD would do nothing for you vs my rig..

Like I said a pointless bench as it extremely likes storage..

I have seen PII X4 @ 3.8GHz + HD4800 + SSD that scores 4017 ,500+Pts more in PCMark7 than 2500K @ 4GHz +GTX460 + HDD = 3562..

Just stupid if you ask me..

CHEERS..



Quote:
Originally Posted by KingT View Post
I have seen PII X4 @ 3.8GHz + HD4800 + SSD that scores 4017 ,500+Pts more in PCMark7 than 2500K @ 4GHz +GTX460 + HDD = 3562..

Just stupid if you ask me..

CHEERS..
You, know, for regular use that SSD powered AMD Phenom II would feel and be much faster VS a Sandy using a Harddrive. This is what PCMark 7 tests. It is showing performance for regular mainstream use. And I think it shows it good. A system using a SSD will be much more responsive and snappier for regular use, VS a system using a Harddrive.
Edited by turrican9 - 5/15/11 at 6:24am
    
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