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Old 1st November 2004, 20:57   #11
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just a pity it's a pentium
Or, you're sorry.

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Old 2nd November 2004, 03:31   #12
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come on gamer let's see some benchies. I am very impressed by your cpu-z but until I see an aquamark cpu score I won't get too wound up. I would like to se a 3dmark 2001se score ans well as pcmark04 and 3dmark03. then I'll know just where it will bench and so will everyone else. Everytime I toss out a new high for my 2.4C I put a bench mark score and link in the post to back it up.
still If that is not photoshopped then it is the highest I think i've seen. now back it up with some benches. Hey if you have to bench it in the lower 4000's I'll still be damned impressed!

Old 2nd November 2004, 04:42   #13
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In your little review of your set up with the 3.0C you start it showing your cpu at 4054mhz . But, when you start your comparison between it running a 3ghz and 4ghz. you say at the start that you are running at 1100fsb which would make it 4123mhz. so just exactly where did you run those benches at? was it 4000mhz, 4054mhz'or 4123mhz. Would be helpful to know this as I get down to business with my 3.0C. I will be running on liquid cooling on the processor only. but I think my Epox will Put the notion of the Asus Canterwood as being some great board to bed permanently. This 865 is a cut above. so I need you to let me know just where you benched for these tests at. Keep the playing field level as it were. Time to crush yet another Canterwood!! muhahahaha. so many canterwoods, so little time!!

Old 2nd November 2004, 07:30   #14
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here you go.

this is done with 2x256 BH-5 + BH-6 @ 2-2-2-5 240mhz @ 3.5v.
strange thing is, that BH-5 is single sided, BH-6 double, but it works great.

little remark, I'm working on a 1 year old winsetup, unmodded board, so you know what I mean.
if I have the time, I'll do a 4500mhz Super PI benchmark
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