Discussion in 'Other Ghost Security Software' started by Jason_R0, Sep 12, 2004.
Not the highest benchmark here, but I think its O.K. for a p4 2.8....
yes, nicely overclocked system, is it stable?
Very stable - I run it like that full time. No temperature issues even at full load for hours at a time. Good hardware
DFI LanPartyPro875b with a P4 2.8 northwood
https://www.wilderssecurity.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=148475&stc=1My score, not sure if its any good?
Looks about right for your particular CPU and RAM
Should mention running FSB @ 880 is a walk in the park for the 875 chipset - hence its name 'Canterwood'
If anyone is willing to buy new hardware afterwards if needed I'd be willing to see how far it can actually go - I haven't tried overvoltage yet, any recommendations?
I managed to overclock my 3.4 prescott (775 socket) to 3.695 (3.7 ) without any problems but was getting quite hot (58C idle) so I removed it...
my benchmark scores here are from my non overclock period (and I am back there but this evening I will do it again - msi)
Ive had my FSB to 1001mhz, 3ghz chip running at 3.66ghz, stable untill heats up.
That was running at about 1.7v on the chip, ram also up.
Im lucky in that my case has very good cooling, Thermaltake Tsumami; 2X 120mm fans, 1X90mm fan(side), twin PSU fans, Big heatsink,the case is a bit wider than normal, all aluminium and running good hardware.
Asus P4P800 D
1024 DDR500/PC4000 Geil ram
Ati X800 GC
Ive had it stable on 3.543ghz (case temp 38c) for a several hours, running games etc, could leave it there when the room temp is not too hot, but on warm days the case temp goes to 46c, chip to 58c.
Here's my bash at it with my new comp (old one completely carked it lol...lightning) nothing overclocked, just some processes disabled .
Jade - Blinking show off! (That was the polite reply)
Good score that L2 cache really makes a big difference, mabey i should run the test with my PC overclocked...lol
Thats pretty impressive
I took courage from hearing of your 1000FSB and snuck another 40 onto my own FSB taking it to 920 FSB and DDR460. Am testing for temp and stability - so far very good, but I still haven't upped the voltages. 1.7v sounds a lot above 1.52 to me when the voltage steps are a fraction of that each.
I'd like to see that !
It has been a while since I done a benchmark on my system so here goes:
Excellent score Kent! How did you manage to bring your score up so much since your last test?
yes, would like to know that too, one of the highest scores I've seen at the encryption tab...nice
Do tell - Whatever you've done to get your encryption tab up must mean your system absolutely flies !!
He probably adds methanol to his electricity supply
puff-m-d I'm not going to accuse you of anything, but I am just wodering - did you "help" your score? Thats seems to be a very high score.
Maybe he spoofed his processor
maybe he has a P3.4 Extreme Edition and a tool that masquerades this as an P4 3.0
I don't know but if it's a legit result I want to know what's been done to get it
All I can say is this... The first time I ran the benchmark, I just done that, ran the benchmark... I left a lot of processes running and so on, so the results were on a machine with quite a few processes running. This time when I ran the benchmark, I closed all but the essential system processes. The only other difference to my machine since then, and I have no clue as to whether it helped or not, is that the software on my motherboard (ie. bios, chipset, etc.) was quite a bit out of date. I upgraded to a very recent set of software not to long ago. As far as to "helping" my score, I would not even know how to. I know nothing of overclocking or any other tweaking that may be done to improve scores. Also the score I got is very repeatable and only varies about 10 points. I am sorry but as to why the large increase especially in the encryption area, I have no clue as to why as the only 2 things different to my knowledge was the number of running processes and the upgrade of software for my motherboard.....
Would you mind posting a whole screenshot of the window, with as much of the listview shown as possible. I'm thinking maybe the encryption is failing, leading to the decryption part not being down, however if this was the case you would receive an error message in the listview.
Athlon 64 3500+ Winchester (90nm) core, clocked at 2.3 GHz (should be 2.2). I'm using AMDs 'Cool & Quiet' option so the multiplier takes a fraction of a second to move up from 5* to 11* as the load increases - but I doubt the results would be effected too much by this, as their seems to be a ‘Warm-up’ period in the tests anyway.
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