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Old 19th August 2004, 09:27   #21
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http://www.google.be/search?hl=nl&ie...ilometer&meta=

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so 12 seconds for 1.6km STILL DOES NOT MEAN A THING TO ME.



useful value: 0->100km/h in seconds, now that gives some info to which I can relate
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so 12 seconds for 1.6km STILL DOES NOT MEAN A THING TO ME.
400meters

If you know top speed, distance and time, you can compute acceleration
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If you know the acceleration, you can calculate the things you're asking for
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well duh. still doesn't provide me point & click info
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i saw u posting over @ xtreme

i like it that you come over here now!


and i also know u got a major spell on hardware pieces, they always brake up or dont clock good, hehe


hopefully things will get better for you


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hehe, yeah that's b/c I have unreal expectations sometimes. I figure with the $$$ I spend I should be getting better than average oc's. I think one reason I don't meet my expectations sometimes is I base my oc'ing goals on what I see other's obtaining. However, when I qualify my overclock, it's 24/7 stable and I think some people over-estimate their stability, ie they can run superpi 1mb run or they can run 3dmark 2001SE. If it won't prime95 overnight for me or loop 3dmark for 24+hours I don't consider it stable. I can bench much higher than my stable speeds, but again, that's only bench stable and such.

I will admit I'm very hard on hardware, but I push everything I have to extreme and if it passes it's good, if it breaks so be it.
 
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into what does that translate for .EU people?

doesn't mean a thing to /me :/
Quarter mile run is really for American; I was in automotive industry for 8 years - manufacturing Pistons, Alternators, Starters, Cam, Timing Sprockets/chains, intake/exhaust valves, valve guides and got to know a lot of people in the industries.

For EU people, it is better to use the term 0-62 k/m run time.

My bike would do 0-62k/m in 3.8 second.

My 27 years OLD Datsun Z in 5.8 seconds
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