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Old 07-26-2007, 03:01 AM   #21
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Default Re: XP VS Vista Gaming performance differences!

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mine is
Read 8386 MB\s
Write 7420 MB\s
Copy 7922 MB\s
Latency 43.9 ns

only thing better is read by far. which is probably the most important
Read? My read is 9932MB/s yours is 8386MB/s. You got me on copy by like 300MB/s your copy is a little over 1gb faster and your latency is just sick! WOW thanks for giving me a target goal!

Thats the main reason I post spec's and such to see what others are getting and try and tweak my sytem further!
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Old 07-26-2007, 04:06 AM   #22
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i cant wait to get my new PSU. i think thats what holding me back on my OCing. wonder if my "budget" ram can hold up anymore. its rated at ddr2 800 5-5-5-15. you can run it at ddr2 4-4-4-12. i think you can keep 4-4-4-12 until about 866mhz then you have to put it at 5-5-5-15 again. wonder if i could hit 3ghz on my cpu with a better PSU. after all 12amps on the 12V rail SUCKS!
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Old 07-26-2007, 01:00 PM   #23
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May be quite possible as long as your chips willing to get there. You know your ram isn't holding you back That would make for a sweet AMD overclock and you'll get to join the 1Ghz+ Overclockers. How stable are you at 2700Mhz?
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