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errr nevermind.... I was wrong!
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Well I bumped my computer up a little and my score went up over 1000 points.
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Wow, how far does it go?
I still don't get it how your ~2620MHz X2 can be faster than 2808MHz X2 ?
Is it all because of HTT ?
I suppose the speed of HTT depends on the cooling available?
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How did I do?
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I ran the bench on my OCed WaterCooled rig and left FAH running on both cores....I am curious how it will bench w/o FAH on...I'll try that later.

Ran the 820 Dual core with and without FAH--scored only 600 points higher w/o FAH on the 820

Did the same with the OCed 3.0 and scored lower with FAH off....that don't make no sense
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Originally Posted by CyberDruid
I ran the bench on my OCed WaterCooled rig and left FAH running on both cores....I am curious how it will bench w/o FAH on...I'll try that later.

Ran the 820 Dual core with and without FAH--scored only 600 points higher w/o FAH on the 820
SonicGGS's benchmark is running with very high system priority, in fact even higher than High (but lower than Realtime). It seems like when SonicGGS is performing it's benchmark, FAH can't get much cycles, and thus isn't very active during that minute.

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Originally Posted by CyberDruid
Did the same with the OCed 3.0 and scored lower with FAH off....that don't make no sense
Not sure I understand this. Is this some other processor, or the same as above?
If it is the other, and if it has only one core, sure it will be slower than comparable dual-core processor...
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