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    Quote Originally Posted by Clunk View Post
    You'll be halving those superpi scores
    OMG that would be great. I am honored i can be of some entertainment to you
    (Ex-) AMD guys here hehe, glad to be of service.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
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    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    Have a read back in this thread, theres some pretty (ish) good superpi results, so I think that halving (or more) yours wont be too hard once you overclock it a bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clunk View Post
    Have a read back in this thread, theres some pretty (ish) good superpi results, so I think that halving (or more) yours wont be too hard once you overclock it a bit
    Yes i have read through this whole thread today, seen those results. Sure i am not aiming for <10 sec hehe, but halving would be good enough already for me.

    *cough* Well now that i reached the 5 posts minimum by doing some smalltalk Here are the pictures:





    As said, nothing special at all. But maybe one guy out there is wondering if P5K and Noctua do fit, they do.
    I know those pictures suck, dont blame my camera tho, blame me. The cooler does fit, and doesnt touch.
    Last edited by gLk*zaP; 03-07-2007 at 07:54 PM.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
    Heatsink: Noctua NH-U12F, Noctua 120mm Fan, AS5 RAM: 2x1GB OCZ Platinum DDR2 @ 1067 MHz 5-5-5-15
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    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    So, when's the 6850 due then?
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    Should be on stock end of this week. Prices from 250-300 Euro. I am not sure yet wether i should wait until a bit after July 22nd, for the Intel pricecuts, or buy one right now when it gets on stock. Price after cut should be a bit above 200 Euro, so roughly 50 Euro difference. But knowing myself, once i see a good retailer having it on stock, i&#180;ll order it right away, no matter what price.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
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    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    I am honored i can be of some entertainment to you
    (Ex-) AMD guys here hehe, glad to be of service.
    No worries we were the same. I hardly ever ran 32m Pi on my old opteron 939 rig it took about 30min now it takes 16min much better

    I am not sure yet wether i should wait until a bit after July 22nd, for the Intel pricecuts, or buy one right now
    Hehe it hurts doesn't it. Head says wait but heart saysd GET IT NOWWWWWWWWWW

    luck

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    I have never ever run 32M here, and i never will hehe. Now after a few hours of Orthos, the AS5 seems to have settled in, 37c idle now, thats ok. I had a bit better temps on my P5N32 nf4 before, but not much. Noise dampening is done too now. Now its time for some tv episodes to watch.

    Yeah i really hope my head wins tho, would kill myself if i see the cpu becoming 50-75 Euro cheaper within only two weeks after i bought it. But for now, first the e6850 has to be released, then head/heart can really start to fight. Thanks for baring with me
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
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    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    and i never will hehe
    bet you do when you see the speed of shorter 1m runs

    One of the things that suprised me was i could carry on browsing internet while running orthos, couldn't do that on amd rig.

    Thanks for baring with me
    that's what the forums about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supershanks View Post
    bet you do when you see the speed of shorter 1m runs

    One of the things that suprised me was i could carry on browsing internet while running orthos, couldn't do that on amd rig.

    that's what the forums about

    I meant i never will run 32M on that s****y Pentium 4
    Of course i will run every benchmark/stresstest i can find on the e6850
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
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    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gLk*zaP View Post
    I meant i never will run 32M on that s****y Pentium 4
    Of course i will run every benchmark/stresstest i can find on the e6850
    Run 32M on the P4 and tell me how long it takes to do a loop. Then I will show comparisons on what performance you can expect

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    Quote Originally Posted by DataMatrix View Post
    Run 32M on the P4 and tell me how long it takes to do a loop. Then I will show comparisons on what performance you can expect
    Hehe yeah ok. Will run 32M on it in a few and post screens. Just to have a good laugh at it later once i got the new one

    Edit: Here it is, hope you guys enjoy it

    SuperPI 1M, CPU Stock, RAM Stock: 38.422 sec


    SuperPI 1M, CPU @ 4.0 GHz, RAM @ 470 MHz: 32.640 sec


    SuperPI 32M, CPU Stock, RAM Stock: 32m 58.359 sec
    Last edited by gLk*zaP; 04-07-2007 at 01:08 PM.
    Mainboard: Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi, Bios 0501 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 3.3 GHz 8x415 1.35v C1E/PECI
    Heatsink: Noctua NH-U12F, Noctua 120mm Fan, AS5 RAM: 2x1GB OCZ Platinum DDR2 @ 1067 MHz 5-5-5-15
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    Case: Antec P182-SE Chrome Edition OS: XP x86
    SuperPI 1M: 13.187 sec (@3.92GHz) 3DMark06: 5.564, CPU 2.646 (@3.0GHz)

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    Another review
    TechSpot - ASUS P5K Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition review & award

    @gLk*zaP - that superpi 32's about the same speed as my old opteron. your going to love your new cpu
    Last edited by Supershanks; 05-07-2007 at 07:48 AM.

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    Sometimes you see odd memory timings comparing bios with memset, Tony explains one of them appliying to bios 0404

    Guys just a heads up, sorry if this is already posted but I don't have time right now to read back.

    Write recovery time and Write to read delay are out by 8 clocks in bios. It is usual to have to adjust up by 8 clocks but Asus forgot to do this in build 404.

    Code:
    bios memset
    1 9
    2 10
    3 11
    4 12
    5 13
    6 14
    7 15
    8 16
    9 17
    10 18
    11 19
    12 20
    13 21
    14 22
    15 23
    this is the same for both options, i tried editing the strings but they are global to a host of settings are removing 1 thru 8 had 5-5-5-15 showing 13-13-13-23 is bios LOL

    Just watch out for this
    From:Asus P5K Deluxe - Intel P35 Bearlake + E6600 B1 / Q6600 B3: Tony -post#917

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supershanks View Post
    @gLk*zaP - that superpi 32's about the same speed as my old opteron. your going to love your new cpu
    I squeezed 26secs out of my Opteron 146 to reach 1M. It was clocked to 3.1Ghz with some PC4400. That was pretty damn fast at the time, as c2d wasn't out back then.

    Memory timings make a big difference to SuperPI times.

    Theres a huge thread over at Guru3D, containing tables of SuperPI times, collected from about 2005 onwards.

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    Having a bit of a tinker with 4x1GB of Ballistix.

    This is 4 x memtest stable overnight, not tried anything else yet.

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=214393
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    @s_kinton
    Hi yep mine was a Opteron 148. Overclockers Club - Socket 775 Oc Competition Thread, P4's, Celerons, Conroes have a decent database as well.

    Clunk good going good to see you on 3.6k with 4 of everything
    Be nice to see your memory benches with those in. Have you tried 2:3 ??

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