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TSPCcrazy
post Jan 15 2006, 01:04 AM, updated 14y ago

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AMD Socket-939 X2 Overclocking Database
for Dual Core AMD



Rules and requirements:
1. Only 1 post each for one system.
2. One single screenshot of SP2004/Prime95, two CPU-Z (each showing CPU and RAM properties) is required.
3. CPU stepping is a must! Check for your CPU stepping on top of your processor. Also include informations such as applied CPU voltage, cooling method
4. Include other necessary informations such as motherboard type, memory configuration.
5. Only results with at least 8 hours prime stable will be accepted. Set your SP2004/Prime95 to run custom test with 8-512K in-place FFT (for CPU with 512KB L2 cache) or 8-1024K in-place FFT (for CPU with 1MB L2 cache).
6. For dual core, you will need to run separate test for each core.
7. All of the requirements above are mandatory.


Tools:
SP2004 - http://sp2004.fre3.com/download.htm
CPU-Z - http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

Lowyat.NET Dual Core Rankings


1. ahpaul82 - AMD64 X2 3800+ Manchester E4 CDBHE 0533SPDW @ 2550MHz CPU: 255x10 @ 2550Mhz, 1.375v+113% RAM: DDR510, CL2.5-4-3-7-1T @ 2.8V
2. songhan89 - AMDX2 3800+ @ 6:5 2.5ghz 1.375 V / Ninja Scythe / 120mm 1.5k rpm CM fan / 2 X Corsair VS @ 208mhz 3-4-4-8 , 2.5V
3. sina8687 - AMD64 X2 3800+ (Toledo) 2.5GHz 1.400v / AMD stock HSF / mobo ASUS A8N-E / 2x512MB Corsair ValueSelect 208MB 2.5 3 3 8 1T 2.65v
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This post has been edited by DaRkSyThE: Sep 7 2007, 05:42 PM
TSPCcrazy
post Jan 21 2006, 02:01 AM

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QUOTE(soulfly @ Jan 21 2006, 01:41 AM)
you don't know your stepping meh?
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To make database more informative, the requirements must be met. Steppings are very important piece of information as such to see the pattern of the performance.
TSPCcrazy
post Jan 21 2006, 03:18 PM

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QUOTE(songhan89 @ Jan 21 2006, 11:32 AM)


Does this show my stepping?  sweat.gif  Other than looking up at the top of the proc
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Unfortunately nope, you have to look for it on top of the IHS, Below the OPN number.
TSPCcrazy
post Jan 25 2006, 04:33 AM

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Guys, the more information you can provide the better it's for the database. Songhan89 was a good example of a format I hope to see. However, there are some things that could be added up such as mobo type and size of ram. Hopefully this trend will continue. Hey, you can post up the whole setup rig if you want to.

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Anyone has succeful made a memtest boot CD be4? sad.gif been working on it but that iso file is not an iso file.. its another format called IMG ?? cannot be extracted.


I'm using dual boot system comprising Ubuntu Linux and WinXP, The grub boot loader provided by the distro seems to include memtest86 at the startup. So no need for me to made a memtest boot CD. But I did remember I had one before and had no drama whatsoever with the format. I'm not the format guru, this question might get answered if you try the software section instead.

Oh, btw I would appreciate if irrelevant questions not be asked here. Just post your screenies and head over to A64 overclocking discussion thread or you can always open a new thread for Dual Core discussion.

Moderator discretion applies here. Moderator have the rights to delete, remove or edited your posts if find that it's unneccasary and not informative.

Hopefully there is no such thing as "How do I overclock" kind of question in here. We need forumers to self moderate this thread on behalf of the moderator team. If there is such question, hopefully forumers can point out where the question should be asked instead of answering the question. Thanks.

This post has been edited by PCcrazy: Jan 25 2006, 04:47 AM

 

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