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Very nice, what do you get in XP?

I have very similar hardware as you, E6320 @ 3.5ghz and the same video at 630/1000 and I get 11100 XP.
 

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Do you guys think 11K is out of range in Vista?

why don't you tell us? you'll probably enter a higher strap when you up your FSB above 400, so you might have to fiddle with it to get the score you want. we want you to try it and tell us what you get
 

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why don't you tell us? you'll probably enter a higher strap when you up your FSB above 400, so you might have to fiddle with it to get the score you want. we want you to try it and tell us what you get



I will in the morning. I have had a long day. I had to go to the hospital because of the concusion I got this weekend.
 

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Well you have a GTX. What CPU do you have e6600?
It says E6400 in the validation link.
 

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my understanding of ratios is having your CPU FSB higher than your memory speed will offer no advantage whatsoever. you want to have at least a 1:1 ratio.

another thing holding you back could be the NB strap. i think as soon as you go over 400 FSB, you're in a new strap and will have higher latencies. so trying out different frequencies might yield interesting results.

maybe loosen your memory timings to see if you can get DDR 900 speeds? you've already demonstrated that you can get 450 FSB with a very low V Core.
 

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my understanding of ratios is having your CPU FSB higher than your memory speed will offer no advantage whatsoever. you want to have at least a 1:1 ratio.

another thing holding you back could be the NB strap. i think as soon as you go over 400 FSB, you're in a new strap and will have higher latencies. so trying out different frequencies might yield interesting results.

maybe loosen your memory timings to see if you can get DDR 900 speeds? you've already demonstrated that you can get 450 FSB with a very low V Core.

Ill give it a shot. Thanks for the help.
 
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