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Thread: Surfrat's e6400 on P5W DH
08-15-06, 08:26 PM #1
Surfrat's e6400 on P5W DH
Ok got everyhting up and running.
I am currently at 400FSB and temps are 29c idol. I am tryin to figure out how to get a score in PCMark05. It runs all the tests and then says to "System Suite must be selected and run to obtain a PCMark score". Any ideas?
Super PI is 18seconds.
Screenshots to come.
08-15-06, 08:44 PM #2
Just an update, I found the fixed .dll file for pcmark and it is running perfectly now. Will post score when done as well as screen shots.
Vcore is 1.35
Vdimm is Auto
Hyperpath3 is Disabled
Temp during PCmark05 = 32c
All other Bios settings are stock at this point.
Last edited by TechtonicPC; 08-15-06 at 09:00 PM.
08-15-06, 09:03 PM #3
I would like to mention one quirk I am having with my setup. This happens at stock settings also.
When rebooting, I sometimes get like a messed up display and it will hang, and cause me to reboot again. It also is sometimes showing no video at all, and staying a blank screen until windows starts. Then everyhting is fine. If I completely power off, and then restart, I avoid these two problems. Anyone experience anyhting like this before?
Another question I have is are your guys leaving your PCI-E settings on auto, or setting them to 100/33.3?
Last edited by TechtonicPC; 08-15-06 at 09:18 PM.
08-15-06, 09:18 PM #4
ill be watching this threadAntec 300 Intel Q6600 @ 3.7 - X48-DS4 - 4gb ddr2 - 500w Earthwatt's - 52" Sharp Aquos LC-52D64U
1x 640GB WD - 2x 1TB Greenpower - 2x 400GB Seagate - ATI 4830 512mb @ 680/975
3DMark Vanage 7402 3DMark05 20,447 3DMark06 13,693
Emachines amd x2 5000+ @ 2.9ghz w/foxconn bios - 2gb ddr2
stock POS 300w - 400gb Seagate - diNovo + VX Revolution
MacBook Air - 1.6ghz c2d - 2gb ddr2 - 80gb
08-15-06, 09:23 PM #5
Not bad at all, I'll be interested in seeing how far you get..:Bliss:.
.:Q6600 G0 3.0Ghz - Ultra 120 Extreme/Ultrakaze 120mm (130CFM!) - possibly dead?
.:4GB (2x2) G.Skill DDR2-1000
.:160GB Hitachi Deathstar, 500GB Maxtor
Folding 24/7 for TEAM 32
08-15-06, 09:29 PM #6
Nice to see you up and running surfrat. Yes set pci-e to 100/33. Did you turn up the NB voltage?Motherboard: ASUS Maximus IV Gene-Z/GEN3 Z68
CPU: Intel i7-2700K
Memory: 16GB Crucial Ballistix 1600 (2 x 8GB) 8-8-8-24
Hard Drives: Intel 520 240GB + 4TB Seagate 7200rpm
Video Card: Integrated Intel
Power supply: Antec EarthWatts Platinum 450watt
08-15-06, 09:32 PM #7
Oh anyone know a fix for the damn sata drive not recognizing sometimes on reboots? Its aggravating..
I had the exact same problem with my Asus P5WD2-Premium.
Last edited by TechtonicPC; 08-15-06 at 09:43 PM.
08-15-06, 09:40 PM #8Originally Posted by hyperasus
08-15-06, 09:46 PM #9
Ok the MCH to 1.55 did the trick.
PCMark05 = 8047
Screenshots coming now I promise
Last edited by TechtonicPC; 08-15-06 at 10:34 PM.
08-15-06, 10:06 PM #10
CPU-Z & Temps
08-15-06, 10:38 PM #11
What fixed dll file surf? That might explain some things for me
08-15-06, 10:44 PM #12
08-15-06, 10:48 PM #13
08-15-06, 10:51 PM #14Originally Posted by Ross
It goes in your /windows/system32/Futuremark/MSC folder.
Ill be happy to email it or send it via im. I can't for the life of me remember where i orignally downloaded it hehehe.
08-15-06, 11:17 PM #15
Now keep in mind I have not touched the video card yet. So i expect some of these video related scores to go up when I get time to mess with that.
08-15-06, 11:56 PM #16
Ok last post for the night. I am priming now and will elt it run over night. So far 20 minutes ina nd no issues. Using Orthos by the way. If it can do 12hrs duel prime then ill push it some more tomorrow!
So far I am extremely pleased with the results.
08-16-06, 08:22 AM #17
Ok seems to be completely stable. 8 plus hours prime stable.
08-16-06, 02:02 PM #18Originally Posted by Surfrat
Mine took 1.385 bios to get stable.
08-16-06, 03:31 PM #19Originally Posted by RangerXLT8
On a side note PCMark05 ran and completed at 1.35, but when I think it was borederline cause when I bumped up to 1.375 it increased my score by 100. So this seems to be the sweet spot.
08-16-06, 06:34 PM #20
Looks like yours is pretty similar to mine. I have a 7900GT so I think your 3dmark will beat me, but my aqua is a little higher. Here are a few of mine...
-Collin-Gaming Rig: Core i7 920|Gigabyte GA-EX58-Extreme|OCZ PC3-12800 Platinum D9JNL (3x1gb)|Visiontek HD 4870|PC Power & Cooling 1kw-SR
Testing Rig: E1600 Celery|Asus Blitz Extreme|Crucial Ballistix PC3-12800 D9GTR (2x1gb)|BFG OC 8800GTS|Antec Server 550 Watt
Me: Dude! I can't post anything because of the NDA on my CPU!!!
Glock: What NDA...you mean that piece of paper that got used as a napkin and thrown away?