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Originally Posted by donkrx;14634679 
Munaim1, you recommend 270 instead of 275 because of the instability issue right? Is there anything else? I haven't had any problems but im curious if I could OC higher on the older drivers.

275.X have been unstable in a lot of games for myself and others. Some have reported lower clocks but performance boosts with them, I only recommend them for 3d benching. Refer to the review for more info.

Any future questions regarding Nvidia drivers please head over to the review thread or the Nvidia section.

Thanks biggrin.gif



Anyways back on topic:


There is two parts to this thread, one for stability and the other for benchmarking. Please don't get the two mixed up!! The benchmarking is just for fun, a bit of healthy competition amongst sandybridge users!! The main purposes of this thread has not and will not be derailed and will continue as it is, primarily focusing on stability.


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Benchmarking via SiSoftware Sandra

Make sure you run each of the processor benchmarks, Processor Arithmetic, Processor Multi-Media, Cryptography and Multi-Core Efficiency, .

With all four benchmarks you will add up the 'points' and have a total for each, then all four will be added to give you a TOTAL score.
ONE SIMPLE RULE

Make sure two instances of CPU-Z is open, one for RAM and the other for core speed and make sure you have notepad open with your OCN name!!!

All SiSoftware Sandra benching must follow this
CLICK HERE

If it's not like the above, then it won't be accepted, simple as!! thumb.gif

**System may be unresponsive during the benchmarks, be patient and it will finish.



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Donkrx 1.75v for pll? That's abit extreme ain't it!?
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Donkrx 1.75v for pll? That's abit extreme ain't it!?

That's actually lower than what most BIOS set when you use auto.
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Here's my benches.

Processor Arithmetic
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90.42 + 118.55 + 69 = 277.97

Multi-media
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257.4 + 231 + 286.84 + 162.56 = 937.8

Cryptography
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3 + 7 + 1.33 = 11.33

Multi Core Efficiency
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11 + 29.4 = 40.4
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That's actually lower than what most BIOS set when you use auto.

Yeah, mine is at like 1.832 I think.
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Thanks buddy!!! adding right now biggrin.gif +rep
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Thanks buddy!!! adding right now biggrin.gif +rep

You bet man, happy to. smile.gif
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You bet man, happy to. smile.gif

Should be available in a sec, thanks again. Once we get a bit more entries we'll be able to see what our systems are capable of doing and how the bench's differ with the overclocks. A quick glance shows, that the main difference between 4.8 and 5.1 is in the arithmetic and multi-media section.

I really should add somewhere what each of those bench's do....... gimme a sec biggrin.gif

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Processor Arithmetic:
This measures the CPU's performance in terms of GIPS and GFLOPS. A higher score is better. (number crunching)

Multi-Core Efficiency:
The 'Multi-Core Efficiency' benchmark measures the available bandwidth between the total amount of cores. This is what allows the cores to communicate and spread workload. More bandwidth and lower latency are better.

Cryptography:
Measures the encryption, decryption and hashing bandwidth of GPGPU/GPCPU/GPAPU. Benchmark the cryptographic performance of modern processors that support hardware cryptographic engines. The most common algorithms, AES (AES128, AES256) for encryption/decryption and SHA (SHA1, SHA256) for hashing are supported.

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That's actually lower than what most BIOS set when you use auto.

oh really? mine set to under 1.70 iirc hmm
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WOOT! Success!! Your honor, I believe you'll be satisfied with this evidence.

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I feel all proud of myself now!

Here's my UEFI settings. ASRock Z68 Pro3 motherboard

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