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Old 11-09-09, 10:10 AM   #37
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I think I have the foxconn socket but I'll take a look when I get home tonight. If I don't I'll try it at 4.2 and I'll run cinebench as well.
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Old 11-09-09, 01:29 PM   #38
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thats pretty interesting... i wonder what the reason behind this is... the i5/i7 will smoke any core 2 quad in other apps at the same clock speed... my Q6600 gets a measly 4610 at 3.6GHZ

anyone wanna give cinebench a try?... im curious to see what you guys get... i got 61 seconds (14370 pts) in the 64bit multiple cpu render test

" i " (>q9550>q6600) series intel cpus have an architectural advantage.
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Old 11-10-09, 09:34 AM   #39
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Didn't have time this to mess around with clock speeds but cinebench-

Single CPU- 5409
Multi CPU- 19185
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Old 11-10-09, 11:15 PM   #40
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So I tried every possible way I could after work to hit 4.2 but it just wasn't happening. In fact even raising the bclk by only 4 and it wouldnt post.

I hit up gigabytes website and they have a new beta bios out and it allows a max multiplier of 21 instead of 20.

Set the bclk to 200 and 21 multi and 4.2 w/o a sweat. Running prime atm been going for about 20 minutes. If it makes it an hour I'll see if it improves the score much. This really has me wanting to go for 4.4 now lol but I shouldn't get greedy

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At 4.2Ghz I get 2688

and in cinebench I get 5930 (2:29) Single Core/ 21227 (0:41) Multi Core
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Old 11-11-09, 05:07 AM   #41
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So I tried every possible way I could after work to hit 4.2 but it just wasn't happening. In fact even raising the bclk by only 4 and it wouldnt post.

I hit up gigabytes website and they have a new beta bios out and it allows a max multiplier of 21 instead of 20.

Set the bclk to 200 and 21 multi and 4.2 w/o a sweat. Running prime atm been going for about 20 minutes. If it makes it an hour I'll see if it improves the score much. This really has me wanting to go for 4.4 now lol but I shouldn't get greedy

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At 4.2Ghz I get 2688

and in cinebench I get 5930 (2:29) Single Core/ 21227 (0:41) Multi Core
What was the thread number at benchmark? If it's 4 and hyperthreading on, could you please try 8 thread result..
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What was the thread number at benchmark? If it's 4 and hyperthreading on, could you please try 8 thread result..
Think it only supports 4 threads; I got the same score with HT on.
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Old 11-11-09, 07:44 AM   #43
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no, it's support more thread, you can use the bat file "8_thread_2_repeat" or "demo_8_thread". i have an i7 920 and it function good, 100% load 8 threads

the commandline is -p 8
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What was the thread number at benchmark? If it's 4 and hyperthreading on, could you please try 8 thread result..
I'm not sure but the i5 750 doesn't support ht so it wouldn't make a difference would it?
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1979 - 8 thread.bat


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This is really cool! A lot of fun to play with.
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Old 04-01-10, 06:34 PM   #47
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Arrow Particle Animation Version (New)

Hi,

This is more visual improvement version for more fluent animation than benchmark version. Also you can capture by pressing F4 key, frames will save to application executable directory by sequenzed numbers.

Particle Animation Version http://www.yazilim.com.tr/particle.zip Download link 400kb


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