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DDR-PIII

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Feb 16, 2002
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6p6
How many WU's are you putting out in a 24hr period ? Tommorow I'll be picking either a 2500 or 2600 up, there is only a $20 difference, but I'm not yet sure if it is worth that 90Mhz heh. Also What kinda hardware setup do you have inorder to get "your ammount" of WUs/day ? thanks.
 

MuEagle05

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Sep 21, 2003
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I think i can get about 7-8 a day. Right now I'm overclocked to the equivalent of a barton 2800, so i'm getting about 12

My setup: 512 ram, barton 2500+, chaintech zenith mobo, watercooled
 

Thoth

Member
Joined
May 7, 2002
Barton Results

i have a Barton AQXEA 0321 UPEW
2500+ @ 2368mhz (10.5x225) ram @ 80% (crappy ram) watercooled...

i'll give you a range here... it did a 7.671AR wu last night in 1.83hrs... it did a 0.432AR wu in 2.12hrs

Hope this helps! :D

edit : it gets 12-14 per day depending on AR
 

psyshack

Member
Joined
Jan 11, 2003
Location
Okmulgee, Ok.
Im getting 11 to 13 per. day with mine.

OC 2.3 ghz, msi k7n2, a mix of corsair and kingston val. ( both bh-6 chips ) sk-7 w/80mm tornado. 210x11 the cpu is locked. AQYFA 0344. Far better slug than the xp1700 I had in the machine.
 
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DDR-PIII

DDR-PIII

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Joined
Feb 16, 2002
Location
6p6
ok thanks guys, im gonna hold off on getting it untill i can buy everything in one shot "mobo cpu, drr 400 dram and a new hdd" :) i would just die only having the cpu and nothing else haha. argh guess maybe anohter week or so.:(
 

gusgizmo

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Aug 10, 2003
Location
Kona, Hawaii
hmm... now ill have something to shoot for with my new barton. i cant wait till my new bios gets in and i can boot the crazy thing. kinda funny that it will do 4 times as many wu's a day as my other three machine put together. but hey, every little bit helps.

also, does anyone know how many wu's a day a 1GHz thunderbird will do?