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post #11 of 80 (permalink) Old 09-19-2006, 08:07 AM
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Pretty nice...

Just input my Core 2 Duo which is at 3200Mhz (3.2Ghz) compareable to...

AMD Athlon (64/X2/FX) - 4266.67mHZ

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Intel Pentium (4/D) - 6400Mhz

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post #12 of 80 (permalink) Old 09-22-2006, 01:02 AM
 
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wow! this nifty little program is quite 'neato' IMHO

BTW deadlock you and me have the same exact overclock lol

I wonder what kind of timings you run with your RAM... cant get my sticks to do anything but 5-6-6-18
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Nice program, ive always wanted something to be able to tell effective CPU speeds


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wow! this nifty little program is quite 'neato' IMHO

BTW deadlock you and me have the same exact overclock lol

I wonder what kind of timings you run with your RAM... cant get my sticks to do anything but 5-6-6-18
4-4-4-12 ... This the DS3 default voltage is 1.8v and I put VDIMM on +0.2 so voltage should be 2.0v which is 0.1v above what Geil rate them as stock voltage. So far not tried to go above 400FSB 1:1 but I will at somepoint push for 3.2GHz using x7 multi which would put the FSB at 460.

These RAM modules can do 500Mhz at 2.1v on still keep 4-4-4-12 timmings so I got headroom if mine work aswell as the ones in the review and my m8s.

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Nice little program, Gives me a good impression on the improvements over my P4

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Cool... now I don't have to look for my calculator everytime..
Does C2D option work for Core (1) processors? I can't find how many ops/cycle these have..

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Cool... now I don't have to look for my calculator everytime..
Does C2D option work for Core (1) processors? I can't find how many ops/cycle these have..
I'm pretty sure core duo processors do the same ops a clock as the athlon 64's.

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Core Duos do about 9 estimated ops per cycle while the Core 2 Duo does an estimated 12, Athlons and Opterons also do 9 and Pentiums do 6.

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Very cool program. Props for the creator =D
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