Discussion in 'Overclocking, Benching & Modding' started by WildChild, Mar 18, 2004.
According to what software..? I suggest trying Coretemp and then let us know your temps.
Gigabyte's EasyTune5 program and the motherboard's BIOS, both use the same CPU temperature sensor,
however, it's a different sensor from what Core Temp program uses in reading and monitoring the CPU temperature.
Lavalys Everest uses both sensors, one that Core Temp program uses and also another one that BIOS uses.
for your CPU temperature monitoring, you should consider using Core Temp program, after all it's free and and pretty standard or Everest if you have it, or other software programs that also uses the same sensor if you have it, but not by using the CPU temperature from the EasyTune5 program or BIOS.
Man you guys need to post some results, real boring around here and more than a few have quad rigs now
My 3870's have some interesting numbers
Well you bloody well know my 2x x1900xtx's in crossfire with a total of just over 11,500 3dmarks isn't going to come close to your 2x 3870's pushing porbably close to 26k or better
Well....despite Futuremark not letting me publish, because the 3870's register as "Generic VGA" here is the untweaked results.
Little screen, dividers still borked on Maximus, and higher FSB is not working at these speeds. All on air as well
Dual HD3870's @ 850/1151 on air (with new TT duOrb I have coming will be doing 860/1200)
So this was all done with Crysis Hotfix driver from ati...overlaid on 8.43 RC3 driver.
3d06- 19568 (little slow, needs a new driver)
19568+25507+12338 /3 = 19138 points (damn close to breaking 20k for DH scoring:evil
i still can't run PCmark05.... it fails on one of the tests all the freaking time....
and i get nearly 11.5 on 06
I always failed the web page rendering when running PCMark05 on Vista Judas. I disabled my ethernet from within windows and it passes fine now. Enable it after the benchmark is run to upload the score. Is that the part of the test you are failing?
it's not the webpage one.. that one works..
it's the encoding one i think...
and yes i've installed WME9 and tried WME9 x64 as well...
Vista doesnt even require WME9 to run PCmark.....I have never had to install it also Judas try this...
Futuremark - Download - 3DMark06/05/03 & PCMark05 Hotfix
I couldn't pass the web page render in Vista 32bit without disabling my internet connection. Messed around for a full day with drivers, reinstalls etc. Had it actually pass the odd time and thought I had cured it but not until I had disabled the internet connection would it pass consistently.
Hope you find a cure...
I've got that hotfix chaos..
i'll get back to you however... i'm going to try getting my raid array working again
Ok, perhaps later this weekend.. early start of next week...
My 2 hd3870's
My 8gb of DDR ram
My 6 7200.11's Raid 0
So long as everything goes to plan.
so, what is the maximum amount of RAM that a windows based x64 system see?
that's the term for 1,000 terrabytes right?
home premium (x64) is limited to i think 16gb and ultimate is 128gb as it stands RIGHT now....but technically for a 64bit operating system.... yes... 16exabytes..
it's no different then windows 95 being 32bit and having a memory limitation of roughly 128mb
man, even 16GB is a whole gang-load of RAM. it'll be a good 3 or 4 years before 16GB of RAM is the standard
amount doubles every 2 years...
2gb is considered the norm now..
4gb is considered top end
2009 4gb will be standard
2011 8gb will be standard
true true. so by those calculations, by 2013 we'll be like, "omg, remember when 2GB of DDR2 800 was the shit?" :lol:
2GBx4 DDR2-800 non-ECC memory kit has already been available since a few months back.
GeIL will soon has launched a new 8GB (2GBx4) DDR2-1066MHz memory kit
Black Dragon has EVOLVED! - News - Geil USA
could be that many out there who uses a newer motherboard platform and Vista x64 are starting to go for 8GB system.
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