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If you are dealing with the FSB of a 805, DDR would offer better performance.
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just bought 1 for a budget system i built my son;P_D805, ecs945p board, 1G of ocz plat667 DDR2 and 7300gs. total cost for the above was 477.xx
Im running the 805 at 3ghz daily now, fsb 150x4->600mhz. scores around 17000mips 8500mflops on Sandra05'. I will say that the bottle neck , between the ram snd cpu is apparent when loading large grapix games like FEAR or Quake4, but gameplay is smooth. cpu sore for 3dMark 06 was 2218 at 3.3ghz. I plan on taking it straight to 4+ when the 2nd zalman block arrives. -> check post under intel cpu's for more info

ps-> with sandra scores like that the 805 could easily trounce my oc'd 630, especially once u talk about moving into the 800mhz fsb range.
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just bought 1 for a budget system i built my son;P_D805, ecs945p board, 1G of ocz plat667 DDR2 and 7300gs. total cost for the above was 477.xx
Im running the 805 at 3ghz daily now, fsb 150x4->600mhz. scores around 17000mips 8500mflops on Sandra05'. I will say that the bottle neck , between the ram snd cpu is apparent when loading large grapix games like FEAR or Quake4, but gameplay is smooth. cpu sore for 3dMark 06 was 2218 at 3.3ghz. I plan on taking it straight to 4+ when the 2nd zalman block arrives. -> check post under intel cpu's for more info

ps-> with sandra scores like that the 805 could easily trounce my oc'd 630, especially once u talk about moving into the 800mhz fsb range.
I just built and 820 on an ECS mobo ad it will not OC at all--no provision for it in BIOS whatsoever. Please tell us the model of that ECS.
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You may want to hold of until next week with the release of the 915 and 925. They will have similiar costs to the 805.
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You may want to hold of until next week with the release of the 915 and 925. They will have similiar costs to the 805.
Are you serious? What core, Presler? Man that would pwn at folding...
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Are you serious? What core, Presler? Man that would pwn at folding...
Yes, presler.

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The 925 and 915 are clocked at 3.0GHz and 2.8GHz, respectively. Both contain twin 2MB L2 caches, run over an 800MHz frontside bus and support 64-bit addressing. In addition to VT, they don't feature Enhanced SpeedStep - both technologies are present in higher-end 9xx-class Pentium Ds.
http://www.channelregister.co.uk/200...el_pd_915_925/

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Intel will debut the VT-less Pentium D 925 at $178.
I don't even think VT is useful for a overclocker? Enhanced SpeedStep definately isn't, I have mine disabled.
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That is some useful info there--thanks a lot!
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awww man thats outta my budget. Looks like im gonna stick with an 805 for now; its a cheap folding rig anyway no need for a fast fsb or 65nm
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awww man thats outta my budget. Looks like im gonna stick with an 805 for now; its a cheap folding rig anyway no need for a fast fsb or 65nm
The 915 will be 2.7Ghz 2x2mb L2 800Mhz FSB and it will only be about $140, same as the 805.
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
The 915 will be 2.7Ghz 2x2mb L2 800Mhz FSB and it will only be about $140, same as the 805.
2.8ghz

that will be my next build. screw my plans for a venice 3200
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