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Old 04-23-2010, 07:33 AM   #51
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Sorry for the wide shot, i'll switch off my second monitor next time.

Didn't bother with Furmark cause my GPU is pants.

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FYI my Furmark result was 906!
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wish PIIs could go higher then 1.55Vcore.
they can. Your motherboard is holding you back. Mine goes up to 1.9v. You might be able to pencil mod the board for higher vcore if you need it.
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they can. Your motherboard is holding you back. Mine goes up to 1.9v. You might be able to pencil mod the board for higher vcore if you need it.
no, the max safe recommended Vcore for a Phenom II is 1.55V
my mobo can go much higher then that.
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I wish my board wouldn't hold me back. I could easily take this C1 to 4.5 and beyond. I've got room on my vCore.
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no, the max safe recommended Vcore for a Phenom II is 1.55V
my mobo can go much higher then that.
AMD is very conservative in their ratings. I highly doubt you will still be using the CPU in 10-15 years, so 1.6 really cannot hurt you as long as temps are kept under control.
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Id rather not fry my 200$ proc (price i paid when i got it)
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Damn Remeniz! I just noticed the SP1.5 score :O.

I'm gonna search far and wide to see if I can break the 500 wall.
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Muahahaha you are all about to get owned.

J/k but rly I bought two more 5750s. 5750/5750/5750/5770 should perform around 5970 levels, assuming scaling does not dip like crazy after three cards (old bug, hopefully fixed by now)

we shall see.
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Muahahaha you are all about to get owned.

J/k but rly I bought two more 5750s. 5750/5750/5750/5770 should perform around 5970 levels, assuming scaling does not dip like crazy after three cards (old bug, hopefully fixed by now)

we shall see.
wouldnt it be cheaper to buy a 5970 instead of getting 4 cards..?
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^ That was my quick analysis.
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