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Old 05-25-2006, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default Hit 54s on SuperPI

yes, Before I would get 56s or 57s, but I hit 54s on 1M superPI test Here is specs:

Celeron D 2.66 @ 3.36 @ 1.3V ( Stock )
512MB PC3200 TCCC @ 2.5-3-3-5 From 3.0-4-4-8 @ 210mhz
Samsung 80GB SATAII @ SATA
P4P800-VM ( Overclocking with clockgen )
Ti 4200 @ Ti 4800SE ( 325 / 518 )
350W Dual Rail 12V 18a each
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Old 05-25-2006, 11:35 AM   #2
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woo hoo! nice. You just love overclockin them Celly D's eh? I think I might get one for a workstation/secondary gaming system when friends are over.

48 for me. Your getting pretty close...


Oh hey, that Ti4200 to Ti4800 thing you got.. what was the scores like on normal 4200 mode?
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Old 05-25-2006, 04:36 PM   #3
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Gaming on a celeron? Doubt it!

Better off buying a nice P4 - I got mine from 2.6 Ghz to 3.5, safely. Hit 50C on load.
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Nice time for a celeron. I think you should get a good motherboard so you can do some real overclocking, not just with clockgen. Not braging or anything but...
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Hahah very nice amish.
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Old 05-25-2006, 05:17 PM   #6
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Gaming on a celeron? Doubt it!

Better off buying a nice P4 - I got mine from 2.6 Ghz to 3.5, safely. Hit 50C on load.
I'm not spending a bunch of cash on one of those :P
For high end performance of coarse a celeron D wont suffice, but hell, a celeron 1.7ghz (not d) can play cs source with 16 people in the server and manage 30 fps. That my friend is completely playable and suitable as a secondary system if/when my main system is down. and even then, celeron Ds are WAY better than normal celerons.

edit:....wow.. I totally forgot I made a post before this one.. srry.

Wish there was a way to delete posts...
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well i got 34s, could be worse i guess lol (could have a celeron)
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Gaming on a celeron? Doubt it!

Better off buying a nice P4 - I got mine from 2.6 Ghz to 3.5, safely. Hit 50C on load.

Grr i dont have time for people that dont read the thread right.. read the thread and dont say I need a P4, I dont care.. this is what I got.. GOD

but for MikeReiner... Your cpu should go faster, that seams slow. PM your msn


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You think so?.. hmm...

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Your time seems about right. With those relaxed timings and a pretty slow clock speed it isn't going to be much faster.
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