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    Member Flamed_Chip's Avatar
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    Sandra Scores: XP 1650-1800

    Anyone with an xp running between 1650 and 1800, please post your sandra scores so we can see a comparison of actual perfromance, it would also be useful with some info about your chipset/mobo/RAM etc.

    Thanks for the time, I'll start with my XP 1800+ @ 1736 on VIA KT266A, Asus A7V266-E

    Dhry: 4793
    Whet: 7378

    Integer aMMX: 9482
    Floating Point aSSE: 10971
    Herb: 2 x Intel PIII-S 1.4 GHz - GIGABYTE GA-6VTXDR - 1024MB PC133 - 2 x Tt Volcano 7+ - PCI nVIDIA GeForce fx5500 128MB - 60GB Samsung 7200RPM - 200GB Seagate Barracuda - 500W PSU - Debian GNU/Linux
    Wyatt: XP 1800+ @ 1725 (150x11.5) 1.85 vcore - Asus A7V266-E - 512MB DDR PC2100 - SK6 modded for Delta 80mm "SHE" - nVIDIA GF2 MX 400 64MB DDR - 40GB WD 7200RPM - 20GB WD 7200RPM - Generic 300W PSU - Load Temp: 45*C (Ambiant 22*C) - Debian GNU/Linux
    Moon: Intel PIII 1GHz - Generic Intel motherboard - 512MB PC133 - 7GB HDD - Generic PSU - FreeBSD
    Kaya (laptop): Sony Vaio PCG-GRT815M - P4 2.8Ghz - 512MB DDR - 80GB 5400RPM - nVIDIA GF FX5600 64MB - Ubuntu GNU/Linux / Windows XP

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    Re: Sandra Scores: XP 1650-1800

    these scores are from my comp(the one in the sig) was at 1.812.

    dhry: 4951
    whet: 2485

    integer aEMMX: 9859
    Floating-point aSSE: 11461

    Ram int: 2403
    ram float: 2269

    here is the thread i posted them in a good while back ..-click-

    also, since i got my rig up to 1.925 i haven't run sandra so that will give me something to do

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    Dry: 4762
    Wet: 2379

    Integer: 9466
    Floating: 10961

    This is an xp-1800 @ 10.5x164 1722 MHz. Via 266a chipset.

    One thing to note, from testing with sandra at each MHz of FSB increase I've noticed that my XP scores go up almost linearly. There's little variation, look how similar ours are flamed (and I'm assuming you hit a wrong button for your wet score).

    And I also remember my floating over 11K, but then again 10961 is right there and there's probably some kind of variable in the scores. Whatever.

    --Illah

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    XP1700+ at 1650mhz (11X150) locked
    ECS K7S5A mobo

    Dry : 4577
    Wet: 2289

    Integer : 9064
    floating: 10506
    Athlon II Phenom Deneb II X4 B45 @ 3.906ghz 252X15.5
    Asus M4N98TD Evo
    G.Skill 2x2GB DDR3 1600
    Thermaltake 650W PSU
    2x9600gt SLI
    2x320GB WD SATA 7200rpm
    Zalman 9500A LED Cooler


    MOBILE 2500XP BARTON @ 2656mhz 221x12 + ABIT NF7-S
    1GB PC3500C2PT Corsair/Antec True Power 480W PSU
    ASUS GeForce4 Ti4800 128MB 341/741
    Thermalright SLK-900 w/ 92mm Tornado

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    Oops, sorry, just realised, that should be a 2 not a 7.
    Herb: 2 x Intel PIII-S 1.4 GHz - GIGABYTE GA-6VTXDR - 1024MB PC133 - 2 x Tt Volcano 7+ - PCI nVIDIA GeForce fx5500 128MB - 60GB Samsung 7200RPM - 200GB Seagate Barracuda - 500W PSU - Debian GNU/Linux
    Wyatt: XP 1800+ @ 1725 (150x11.5) 1.85 vcore - Asus A7V266-E - 512MB DDR PC2100 - SK6 modded for Delta 80mm "SHE" - nVIDIA GF2 MX 400 64MB DDR - 40GB WD 7200RPM - 20GB WD 7200RPM - Generic 300W PSU - Load Temp: 45*C (Ambiant 22*C) - Debian GNU/Linux
    Moon: Intel PIII 1GHz - Generic Intel motherboard - 512MB PC133 - 7GB HDD - Generic PSU - FreeBSD
    Kaya (laptop): Sony Vaio PCG-GRT815M - P4 2.8Ghz - 512MB DDR - 80GB 5400RPM - nVIDIA GF FX5600 64MB - Ubuntu GNU/Linux / Windows XP

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