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    first build results

    I have just put together as in my sig and have just put it up to 11 x 200 with seemingly no probs. I have run the sisoft burn in for a while and it comes up with temps of 27(case) 36(cpu). I dont know how effective it is as a test program, but I was going to try prime95 for a while later, and probably memtest overnight (I might try to put the mem up to aggressive before this) but so far so good!

    I have tried 3dmark2001 and 2004 and I get 4051 and 621 respectively! I know it is only a 9200se but I was wondering if the 2004 was a bit low and am I doing something wrong?

    also I dont seem to see anything in the nf7 manual about locking the agp. any pointers?

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    • Allen's system
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    Don't listen to the results from 3DMark, they differ far too much between similar systems!

    Good system, though the graphics card is a bit of a bottleneck (like my CPU is on mine, not for long though!). If you can afford it and want gaming action, 9800PRO's are now coming down to about £130-140 as mentioned in other threads here.

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    I'm not really much of a gamer ( I dont really get the chance... 2 young daughters and a wife just started nursing training.... I'm lucky if I get near the computer!) so I just wanted something in the first instance that would get it going ......then try a few games....get hooked....upgrade to a 9800pro. You know, the usual story! No, its more a question of knowing I'm getting the best out of what I've got!

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    • Allen's system
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    Then you've started off well with a 2500+ running at 3200+ speeds!

    Still, you've got a few months at least till the new generation of cards and games to use those cards will be out, by then the latest top models will be as cheap as expensive chips.

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    Running a fairly similar system and (but cpu only 10x200) running a 9200se as a stop gap between a recently departed 9700 and yet to arrive 9800 and just tried the comparison for you. Got just over 4600 on 3d2k1. Numbers aren't the be all and end all and you've maybe got a bit of quality setting on or whatever. Don't think theres anything that wrong with the card and at £30 or so I've seen worse deals. Impressed with the temps on your rig - I,m a wee bit higher but I didn't get lucky with this cpu - brick wall at about 2.1. What cooling are you running.

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    I've got a t/take silent boost on it.

    I,m running a prime test (well it says its testing my set up to see if it will work! but its using 100% cpu) and the tems have gone up to 31/41

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    Stage 2

    I have now got it to 210 x 11 sisoft is reading it as 2.32 gig with a pr of 3357

    I have just run prime for about 30 mins and the temps seemed to top out at

    case 33
    cpu 43.5

    I have set the memory to aggressive but I have not memtested yet

    I dont really know where to start with user define settings for the memory
    It still doesn't make much difference to the 3dmark03 score... this has only gone from 617 to 625, but its pifast calc has gone down from 81.23 secs at default to 64.08 secs at these settings

    Dare I go any further??

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    Quote Originally Posted by windog
    I've got a t/take silent boost on it.

    I,m running a prime test (well it says its testing my set up to see if it will work! but its using 100% cpu) and the tems have gone up to 31/41
    i'd kill (or at least wound) for temps that low, i'm running the same mobo & CPU at lower speed with a fairly constant 35/50. never caused a problem so far tho

    congrats with the build by the way mate
    if it ain't broke...fix it till it is


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    After an hour of prime I got 33/43.5 temps
    however I do have a couple of problems. At the moment I dont seem to have any sound, I have looked at the manual and in the bios and I cant find anywhere to enable/disable it if that is the problem. Any clues? Also when I came back out of the bios it wouldn't boot saying the cpu has been changed/damaged and now in the soft menu I only have user define or 3200 as choices, 2500 seems to have disapeared and it wont boot up as a 3200 which is what the bios seemed to have changed it to. I am now back on user define at 210 x 11. Any insights into why this happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kushtibari
    Running a fairly similar system and (but cpu only 10x200) running a 9200se as a stop gap between a recently departed 9700 and yet to arrive 9800 and just tried the comparison for you. Got just over 4600 on 3d2k1. Numbers aren't the be all and end all and you've maybe got a bit of quality setting on or whatever. Don't think theres anything that wrong with the card and at £30 or so I've seen worse deals. Impressed with the temps on your rig - I,m a wee bit higher but I didn't get lucky with this cpu - brick wall at about 2.1. What cooling are you running.
    Have you tried upping the voltage on the chip ? I couldn't get past 185fsb until I upped the voltage to 1.7v, now running fine at 200fsb, xp3200+ , not touched the multipier either, the abit is really only the decent board for that.
    My temps have gone up by about 5*c compared to stock speeds and volts, runs about 38*c, goes up to 44*c under load. But I am water cooled, dont know if that will really have a massive effect considering the chips can run fine much hotter
    Desktop: AMD Athlon XP 2500+ Barton, 1024Mb PC-3200 TwinMOS w/Winbond, MSI K7N2 Delta-ILSR, Radeon 9800SE AIW, 40 GB 7,200 Rpm Hitachi Deskstar, 120GB 7,200 Rpm 8mb Cache Maxtor Diamond 9, 160GB 7200 Rpm 8mb Cache Seagate 7200.7 SATA, Plextor 708A 8x DVD-RW, 550W PFC Q-tec PSU, Casetek 1019SM Silver Case, Camdridge Soundworks DTT2200 Speakers

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    you'll find sound in the integrated peripherals i think it is - its in one of the categories there where you can enable/disable it.

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