|01-14-07, 10:10 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: Cove, Texas
Does anyone have an OC'ing database Program?
May not have asked the right question, but what I am looking for is some software that I can put all of my computer configurations in along with benchmark scores. I know I can use Excel but I am not that good at it. Would like to be able, within one file, to select a video driver and see all results that I have entered. Select a certain gpu overclock and see the results. Select different memory timings....well you get the idea. I know I will have to run the bench's and input the data but would like to do it in one location and be able to retieve it in one location. I have some of the info in Excel right now but it is in different tables. One table shows vid driver results, one table shows CPU oc results.
End result, I would like to be able to input cpu speed, mem timings and gpu OC and see the different results for all the benchmarks I run.
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