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ISO.

I found it easier and faster.

Follow these steps on their website. Painless update.
wow thanks so much.

What are the chances it's the BIOS that's causing the low scores.

gonna download the ISO right now.

Thank everyone who's helped so far.

Jam3s

Btw here's the screenie of me passing 20 runs of IBT at 3.6GHz with 1.45v



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same thing, 28GFLOPS.

What is going on?

This is with the latest BIOS P10.

I'm really just confused. Is this just a bad board?

I doubt it since it's hitting 3.6GHz at 1.45v rock stable.

Anyone?
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my i7 870 only produces 28g flops at 4.2ghz , only on standard test cos i have 32bit system ... but my flops should definatly be mountains over yours , this is a problem.
    
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my i7 870 only produces 28g flops at 4.2ghz , only on standard test cos i have 32bit system ... but my flops should definatly be mountains over yours , this is a problem.
I have no idea what's causing it.

I went from a P35 chipset to a 780i chipset.

And just when I upgraded to it, it happened.

I was hitting 40GFLOPS at 3.4GHz. Now I should be hitting around 43GFLOPS.

Is my processor junk? is my motherboard to blame? I have no idea.

Fresh install, all settings the same. no idea
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Try other stress tests to verify if it is stable. just because it passes one doesnt mean you are stable. Could be that you need to up the NB voltage to maintain stability.
1.45V seems a little high for only a 1GHz increase. As Pio stated before your RAM has a lot to do with it as well. Sounds like an unstable OC to me
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Try other stress tests to verify if it is stable. just because it passes one doesnt mean you are stable. Could be that you need to up the NB voltage to maintain stability.
1.45V seems a little high for only a 1GHz increase. As Pio stated before your RAM has a lot to do with it as well. Sounds like an unstable OC to me
=/ I don't think it's unstable. Let me test for 100 Passes. I'll get back to you in a few hours once it passes.

Just so you understand the scaling of this chip:

3.2GHz at 1.2875
3.4GHz at 1.40v
3.6GHz at 1.45v

I could prolly lower the 3.4GHz one, but it makes no difference if it's stable.

I just tried LinX, same GFLOPs, if not lower.
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Your vcore looks right for a VID of 1.28 @ 3.6Ghz. I get about the same GFlops as you @ 3.6
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I had this same issue bro. Run prime95 and watch it fail. I could pass IBT all day long. Try running prime for 12 hours and it will most likely fail. Raise the NB and watch your gflops increase. q6600's can remain so called "stable" in ibt when there actually not.

I have this same issue with my 920. I can overclock it to 4.0 not be completely stable, but will pass 20 runs at like 43 gflops. After more voltage tweaking, im now getting about 51-52 gflops at the same speed.
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Your vcore looks right for a VID of 1.28 @ 3.6Ghz. I get about the same GFlops as you @ 3.6
That's what I was thinking It's not high, nor low, just sort of, right where it should be.

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I had this same issue bro. Run prime95 and watch it fail. I could pass IBT all day long. Try running prime for 12 hours and it will most likely fail. Raise the NB and watch your gflops increase. q6600's can remain so called "stable" in ibt when there actually not.

I have this same issue with my 920. I can overclock it to 4.0 not be completely stable, but will pass 20 runs at like 43 gflops. After more voltage tweaking, im now getting about 51-52 gflops at the same speed.
Ok, i'll run Prime for 12 hours. Small FFT right?

Also, should I even bother with LinX or IBT?

I'm at 28/100 right now.
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After reading the OP, I was curious how many GFLOPS my e5400 is putting out on my 780i, and it is also low I believe, about 14 GFLOPS @ 3.6Ghz. Should be more than that at stock speeds I am pretty sure. Maybe there is some type of issue with 780i and IBT? I am worried now as well, and hope you figure this out.
Doesn't look too far off.. Just ran IBT on my E5200 @ 3.7ghz, and was getting 15.7 consistently. I have a slightly higher clockspeed, but you have considerably faster RAM. Mine's running at ~670mhz, 4-4-4-10-2T.

Also, that's on a 32-bit Vista install.

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my i7 870 only produces 28g flops at 4.2ghz , only on standard test cos i have 32bit system ... but my flops should definatly be mountains over yours , this is a problem.
There's something dramatically wrong here.. My i5-760 gets ~50.5 @ 3.5 ghz, 1600mhz RAM at 7-8-7-20-1T timings.

I'm able to test it on the higher settings though, 64-bit OS.
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