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Here is the results for several Q6600's Gigaflops, in the Gigaflops Thread...

this n00b again: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @2.4GHz, RAM 1000MHz 5-7-7-19 GFLOPS:28
harobi: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @3.5GHz, RAM 1036MHz 5-5-5-15 GFLOPS:38.9
alex-fitton: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @3.2GHz, RAM 948MHz 6-8-8-22 GFLOPS:38.9
jam3s: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @3.2GHz, RAM 720MHz 4-4-4-12GFLOPS:37.3


They are much lower than Q9xxx CPUs with 12MB Cache... However, only the standard clocked Q6600 with those slow RAM timings are under 30 Gigaflops...

I suspect there is something going on with Nvidia motherboards and Gigaflops.. Something with the memory controller...
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I ain't gonna lie, I think Nvidia chipsets suck. LOL, so I don't touch any boards with their chipsets. The original chipsets that they begin with I think was 680i was horrendous. They gave out a crapload of heat and failed a lot. My friend still hates his x80i chipset boards.

On X38 board Q9300 @ 3.2-3.3 I was getting around 35-37 GFlops. I'm sure it has something to do with the Nvidia chipset. Ever since nForce2 on ABIT NF7 and 2 MSI K7N2 and nForce4 on ABIT AN8 board took a dump on me I don't touch their chipsets anymore.
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Originally Posted by anoob;12064663 
I ain't gonna lie, I think Nvidia chipsets suck. LOL, so I don't touch any boards with their chipsets. The original chipsets that they begin with I think was 680i was horrendous. They gave out a crapload of heat and failed a lot. My friend still hates his x80i chipset boards.

On X38 board Q9300 @ 3.2-3.3 I was getting around 35-37 GFlops. I'm sure it has something to do with the Nvidia chipset. Ever since nForce2 on ABIT NF7 and MSI K7N2 board took a dump on me I don't touch their chipsets anymore.

I had two Asus P5N-E SLI Nvidia 650i chipset... First one I bought was with a Intel E4300... Was a hell overclocking it. If using 333x9 it was fine, but if experimenting outside that FSB all hell broke loose. It had FSB holes everywhere... I had to reset cmos each time I hit FSB holes... Also, this motherboard was strange in the way that some CPUs liked one bios, but if switching to another CPU, like the E6600, which I also tried on this board, I had to use an older bios for it to overclock okay...

Also I had a Q6600 with this motherboard. And had to use one particular, older bios for that CPU too. With that bios it made it to 3GHz, with RAM async at 667MHz. Could not move it higher. This motherboard did not like Quads at all.

Early in 2008 I got fed up by these boards and bought a Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R Intel P35 motherboard... And let me tell you, It was a dream in all aspects when compared tho those Nvidia 650i motherboards.. No FSB holes, overclocked much better in general and no wierd bios stuff, like you had to use older bioses for certain CPUs etc...
    
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Are you using the same amount of RAM to test each time? That can change the result. Not by the ammount you're getting, but still...
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Originally Posted by turrican9;12064577 
Only 33 Gigaflops with a Q6600 at 3.8GHz? That is low... Maybe these Nvidia chipset based mobos are producing lower Gigaflops than Intel motherboards...

My run was at 3.6Ghz just to be able to compare to the OP. I did run mine while folding on my video cards, antivirus and other services running in the background.
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Are you using the same amount of RAM to test each time? That can change the result. Not by the ammount you're getting, but still...

If you look at Desert Rat's Gigaflops results on the last page you see that he too has low Gigaflops results. He is using a EVGA 780i board. Something up with those Nvidia boards... No doubt...
    
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My run was at 3.6Ghz just to be able to compare to the OP. I did run mine while folding on my video cards, antivirus and other services running in the background.

Could you try to disable Antivirus and other stuff and rerun?
    
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I'm on a Q6600 atm on my work PC, OC'd to 2.77GHz with some dirty old 667 RAM. and getting 34GFlops in IBT

If it helps I'm running 345 x 8 and and 345MHz on RAM so I keep the 1:1 ratio.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but your NB will need to be running at 400MHz to not bottleneck your system.

What's it running at, I don't think I saw you say.
    
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I'm on a Q6600 atm on my work PC, OC'd to 2.77GHz with some dirty old 667 RAM. and getting 34GFlops in IBT

If it helps I'm running 345 x 8 and and 345MHz on RAM so I keep the 1:1 ratio.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but your NB will need to be running at 400MHz to not bottleneck your system.

What's it running at, I don't think I saw you say.

That looks like a normal result for that speed...
    
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