Good Job so far!! We are looking real good in these contests! If we can get submissions in for everything it would move us up very nicely. We are in the running to be at the top of any of these categories. The core2 / ucbench is the next contest to close and we still need submissions in 2 categories!! As of right now there is only a little over 4 days left in that contest!
Anyone with a core 2 era chip should run ucbench and see if they can get a higher score.
Core2/ucbench 5th place
Stage 1: 1st Place IMOG 472
Stage 2: Core 2 3000 series Celeron E3200 - E3500 -No result yet
Stage 3: Core 2 4000 series Core2 E4200 to E4700 -No result yet
Stage 4: 2nd Place SF101 575 pts
Stage 5: 3rd Place SF101 908 Pts
Stage 6: 4th Place Nooster 453 Pts
Stage 7: 8th Place Wagex 821.5 Pts
Geforce/ 3dmark 2003 3rd Place
Stage 1: 2nd Place xsuperbgx 340 pts
Stage 2: 9th Place optytrooper 154 pts
Stage 3: Geforce3 series. includes: Geforce3, Geforce3 ti 500 (etc.)
-No result yet
Stage 4: 15th Place Penguinspal 1695 pts
Stage 5: 12th Place TechTweaker 1359 pts
Stage 6: 5th Place xsuperbgx 15958 pts.
Stage 7: 7th Place xsuperbgx 32348 pts.
Stage 8: 4th Place IMOG 57234 pts.
Stage 9: 4th Place Bobnova 56291 pts.
Stage 10: 7th Place gregmacknass 64348 pts.
Stage 11: 1st Place Woomack 139626
Stage 12: 6th Place moocow 121537
Stage 13: 3rd Place Luconosa 123600
IGP/ 3dmark 2006 -10th place
stage 1: 4th Place Wagex 6628 pts
stage 2: No submission yet. Intel GMA HD (Ivy / Sandy bridge)
stage 3: 4th Place Trekky 2656 pts
stage 4: No submission yet. Geforce IGP
stage 5: No submission yet. Intel GMA
is there anyway to up my score? can i do 3dmark in safe mode?
mill turning off 2 cores and upping my CPu to 4.4ghz help also
If so wants the max amount of Voltage should i pull (to be Safe)
1.44? or more (how much more)
also i can push my IGP to a Max of 1100mhz how do i up voltage on that (IE what would it be called)
IGP is in the NB (not the CPU_NB!).
Feel free to turn off cores till you have two left. Max safe air volts for that core per AMD is 1.5 to 1.55. I know they've been significantly higher than that on air without issue.
How much voltage the NB can take I don't know.
More ram speed. More CPU_NB speed (cache, plus all memory data goes through it).
More sideport speed. Be aware that the sideport ram chip (assuming that board has one) almost certainly does not touch the NB heatsink, so you're going to want some airflow going under the heatsink as well.