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at q6600 3.7ghz 1.45v on 680i board I'm getting 37-39 gflops
with ram at 800mhz 4-4-4-12 1T 1.9v's

Gflops went up 4 gflop for me when tightens ram timings and clock rate instead of pushing MHZ higher on nvidia based chipsets

I doubt it. 63 passes is pretty rock solid.

And TG, I'll post up a screenie.

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I doubt it. 63 passes is pretty rock solid.

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idk man, you keep denying that it's unstable and yet at 3.2ghz im getting an average of 40gflops (intel burn test)

And im sure this wont make a difference to you but at an unstable 3.5ghz oc for my q6600, i got 320 average fps in the source stress benchmark (ya, css is easy to run but it's mainly cpu dependant) and with a stable 3.2ghz oc, i average 350 fps.
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idk man, you keep denying that it's unstable and yet at 3.2ghz im getting an average of 40gflops (intel burn test)

And im sure this wont make a difference to you but at an unstable 3.5ghz oc for my q6600, i got 320 average fps in the source stress benchmark (ya, css is easy to run but it's mainly cpu dependant) and with a stable 3.2ghz oc, i average 350 fps.
hehe, I'm like absolutely positive it's stable.

I'm actually running 3.8GHz right now.. gonna test in IBT right now, so i'll bbl.
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I get **** GFLOPS when my NB is unstable
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so it turns out 425x9 - 3.82GHz booted into windows at 1.5v but then it crashed and got a blue screen.

I went into BIOS and upped it to 1.52v and then it wouldn't even go into bios without a hard restart.

I then hard restarted and set 1.45v to my NB and put 1.55v vcore. Same thing, wouldn't even go into BIOS/POST.

So I pretty much gave up trying to do 3.8GHz on this board. Seems like 425 FSB is too much for it.

I might try it later but I'm very happy with 3.6GHz. Now if only my SLI bridge would come sooner!

Thanks for all the suggestions guys, i'm not going to read too much into the whole GFLOPS thing since my Vantage scores and 3DMark 11 scores are just right where they should be for my rig.

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I doubt it. 63 passes is pretty rock solid.

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I would disable:

All Apple services (your iPOD and iTunes will still work)
bonjour
Sea Port and MS Search
not sure what STEAM is, or if you need to have it? It uses a bit though.
FutureMark System Info (does it really need to be a running service?)
SEARCH INDEXER - ugh! what a waste!
NisSrv.exe (unless you are privately networked, you don't need this)

You can add additional columns to Process Explorer (see example attached) you are going to want to add the "I/O Delta Total" colum because that will allow you to watch I/O program activity in real time while you are benching/testing to see which programs and services are actively using resources on your system (in addition to CPU time). You are going to want to watch how those numbers are behaving and take note of what the active programs are and which are sapping your resources. Also take note of the Old-School GDI and USER resource usage for the programs/services you may suspect are hogging your CPU.

You can add columns by right-clicking on any clomn title, to add IO total Delta - select "Process Performance" tab and put a check in the "I/O Delta Total Bytes" box - You may also want to select "CPU Cycles" and "CPU Cycles Delta", but that is probably overkill.

You should probably weed through your services and toss what you don't need. If you are still really bad on your GFLOPS after weeding through windows, I am with others here and have to wonder if the OC is a good one.

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RAM speed and timings set correctly?
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RAM speed and timings set correctly?
yes, at 4-4-4-12 @ 2T with 2.1v

I'm getting about 32 GFLOPS right now, testing in IBT.

So it's better, but still low.
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680i/780i isn't known for high fsb's, my q6600 will do 4ghz voltage/heat wise(1.21 vid) but not on nvidia board, oh well as long as you are happy dont worry about g flops
    
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680i/780i isn't known for high fsb's, my q6600 will do 4ghz voltage/heat wise(1.21 vid) but not on nvidia board, oh well as long as you are happy dont worry about g flops
thanks. I'm just happy i can do 3.6GHz at 1.45v

My benchmarks are right where they should be, so i'm happy.
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