Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by compgeek89, Apr 22, 2006.
The x2's wouldn't be bottlenecked because the cpu only has 2 cores... what are you talking about.
I doubt the 2 cores are really the bottleneck. I think the actual clock frequency would be the actual bottleneck on 06.
[hwbot] 17021 - Inno3D GTX 260 @ 700/1215 - Q6600 @ 3.6Ghz [/hwbot]
for the first time 12k LoL!
damn! doesn't work! how do your post your links..
my first run with my 4870 1gb,i've not crossfire yet will post that soon.
First of all great work at breaking 12k for the first time, I bet its a great feeling! With that said it can be a real pain in the butt to find the correct link to use when posting your ORB validation links. When your logged into your Futuremark website go to the "ORB Home" link (this will bring up the section where you can view and edit all your results).
Once your at that section of the website click on the tab "All Results", this will show a list of all your previous ORB benchmark results. Now just look through this list and find the results you want to post at Guru3D. Once you find the proper results you'll notice something called "Compare Link" along with the link you want to copy and paste into this thread.
The only thing to keep in mind is that if your results are not set to "Public" this "Compare Link" won't be shown. Its very intuitive to switch results from "Private" to "Public", there is an option called "Make Public", just click it.
Well hopefully that helps to at least get you going in the right direction, feel free to ask more questions if you still can't find the correct ORB link.
here another test with my friend's 4870 1gb in crossfire,his card can't overclocked as good as mine lol.
i miss the 20K by a bit lol
and here is a shot of some frames i got with COD4(1680x1050,4X AA,all max)
So far this card is nice for the money($223)i used a promo code I kept.
Darn nice gaming and I always run them through ORB.
[hwbot] 18467 - eVga GTX 260 @ 730/1269 - Q6600 @ 3.681Ghz [/hwbot]
[hwbot] 21917 - 2x Radeon HD4870 @ 790/1100MHz - Q9450 @ 3760MHz [/hwbot]
[hwbot] 23726 - Asus GTX 280 765/1387 @ Intel Quad Core Q9650 - 4.473 Mhz [/hwbot]
[hwbot] 17478 - Palit GTX 280 @ 730/1332 - Q6600 G0 @ 3381MHz / 1932Mhz FSB [/hwbot]
Eh not bad I guess...
[hwbot] 17875 - EVGA GTX 280 core @ 700/1200 Q9400@ 3.6 ghz air [/hwbot]
Hmm I have the 648 stock core clock version. I've only bumped it up to 700 and a small memory increase. Are you using air? My temp peaked at 73c with the fan @ 40 so it looks like I have some headroom to play with.
Yeeeehaw! Top 40
[hwbot] 18537 - EVGA GTX 280 core @ 700/1200 Q9400@ 3.8 ghz air [/hwbot]
I think that is about it for rock solid stable.
[hwbot] 18764 - EVGA GTX 280 core @ 720/1242 Q9400@ 3.8 ghz air [/hwbot]
[hwbot] 18279 - XFX GTX 280 @ 702Mhz - E8500 @ 4.3Ghz Air cooled [/hwbot]
[hwbot] 18545 - Gainward 4870 1GB @ 830/4600 - Q6600 @ 3.8Ghz [/hwbot]
i7, 920 cpu OC to 3.20, asus p6t deluxe oc palm edition, 6GB corsair xms3 pc3-12800c9, 1600Mhz, zotac geforce gtx 280 amp 1024mb gpu Standard, enermax galaxy 1000w psu, running x64 bit pro sp2.
Case: CM rc-1100 cosmos S, Case cooler: 6x120mm case fans + 1x200mm side fan
Processor cooler: intel standard so far
Graphics card cooler: zotac standad
Power supply: enermax galaxy 1000w
[hwbot] 17222 - 8800 GTX SLI @ 610/1512/999 - Q6600 @ 3.2Ghz [/hwbot]
Damn mobo is hell with Quad Cores but I finally got it stable @ 3,2GHz
[hwbot] 26101 - 2x ASUS GTX280 (SLI) @ 756/1566/1269 - QX9650 @ 4500MHz - Chiller @ 10°C (50°F) [/hwbot]
Rank 4? :smoke: