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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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    Yes!
  • 15% (14)
    No!
  • 14% (13)
    Yes and No!
  • 34% (31)
    Don't give a damn about it! (LOL)
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post #3301 of 6481
Oh, and I might like a hint on what the best choice for new RAM would be with this board smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ZonderZout;13516174 

Just checking, but did I need to keep my CPU total temp under 75degrees, or do I need to keep all cores under 75 degrees?
CPU-Z says 2 cores are around 48 and 2 cores are 52-58 degrees now, but the CPU temp is at 34?

Keep the core temperatures under 75C at all time..

Use CoreTemp for monitoring your CPU's temperatures..

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Just finished installing Q9650 and TRUE in my P5Q Pro Turbo. Running Large FFT's Custom 320KB - 320KB at 460FSB x8.5 now. Never could get it totally Large FFT's stable at this FSB in the past. But I was to scared of vFSB in those times. I barely ran it over 1.3v.

Right now 1.34vFSB x0.65 GTL. We'll see. Good to have my Q9650 back in my P5Q Pro Turbo again. I suspect it can get away with lower Vcore VS what my P5Q-E accomplished with this CPU. I base this on old test results and snapshots I found.

I really love my Asus P5Q Pro Turbo... wubsmiley.gif Asus P5Q-E never gave me this same feeling. Probably because me and this P5Q Pro Turbo have gone through so much toghether... wubsmiley.gif
Edited by turrican9 - 5/15/11 at 2:27pm
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;13516495 
Just finished installing Q9650 and TRUE in my P5Q Pro Turbo. Running Large FFT's Custom 320KB - 320KB at 460FSB x8.5 now. Never could get it totally Large FFT's stable at this FSB in the past. But I was to scared of vFSB in those times. I barely ran it over 1.3v.

Right now 1.34vFSB x0.65 GTL. We'll see. Good to have my Q9650 back in my P5Q Pro Turbo again. I suspect it can get away with lower Vcore VS what my P5Q-E accomplished with this CPU. I base this on old test results and snapshots I found.

I really love my Asus P5Q Pro Turbo... wubsmiley.gif

Why didn't you use P5Q-E??
It hits higher stable FSB and does better job with RAM overclock..

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Quote:
Originally Posted by KingT;13516521 
Why didn't you use P5Q-E??
It hits higher stable FSB and does better job with RAM overclock..

CHEERS..

Couple of reasons... First of all, I can pretty much max out this Q9650 in the P5Q Pro Turbo because of it's x9 multi. Secondly I'm using my 6GB mem setup, Pro Turbo have little issues with this. Third, yes the P5Q-E did very high mem speeds at looser timings, but I can just as well use 920MHz and 5-5-5-15 instead of 1100 6-5-6-15..

Another reason is I just love my P5Q Pro Turbo.. wubsmiley.gif Also, the P5Q-E is nice to have as backup if my dear P5Q Pro Turbo find out it will die on me.

I am also curious as to were the P5Q Pro Turbo will do same speed using lower Vcore VS the P5Q-E. I suspect this based on some old test results. We'll see..
    
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post #3306 of 6481
PCMark 7 score: 4375

http://3dmark.com/pcm7/35786

Test system:
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Edited by turrican9 - 5/15/11 at 4:16pm
    
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KingT

Any comments on these results? Jealous? biggrin.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;13517464 
PCMark 7 score: 4375

http://3dmark.com/pcm7/35786

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@ turrican9

Here's a Crysis 2 bench with my 24/7 overclock, Q9550 @ 3.9GHz and GTX480 @ 850/1025MHz..

Map = Central Park

Resolution = 1280x 1024,

Settings = Extreme ,

FSAA = 4x

VSync = OFF

CPU usage ~65%, GPU usage 99%..

Avg FPS = 97 ..

crysis2benchr.jpg


This is the real deal..wink.gif

Enjoy..

P.S.: I would like to see how would your SB setup perform with the same settings and @ 1280 x 1024 resolution..

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Quote:
Originally Posted by KingT;13522799 
@ turrican9

Here's a Crysis 2 bench with my 24/7 overclock, Q9550 @ 3.9GHz and GTX480 @ 850/1025MHz..

Map = Central Park

Resolution = 1280x 1024,

Settings = Extreme ,

FSAA = 4x

VSync = OFF

CPU usage ~65%, GPU usage 99%..

Avg FPS = 97 ..

crysis2benchr.jpg


This is the real deal..wink.gif

Enjoy..

P.S.: I would like to see how would your SB setup perform with the same settings and @ 1280 x 1024 resolution..

CHEERS..

Ahh, clearly you are jealous. You couldn't handle the impact a SSD do for regular use. And now you're in denial trying to find benchmarks that only tests FPS and stuff poke.gif

Kidding biggrin.gif

Will bench it using my Sandy setup. Previous Crysis games were very little CPU dependant. At least at higher resolutions. Don't know about Crysis 2 though.

Will bench it later today, in 1280x1024.
    
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post #3310 of 6481
Yeah I'm jelly..tongue.gif

Looking forward to see your score..

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