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  • What an Athlon XP1800+ can do

    Mind you it is at 12 x 166MHz and a T'bred B. :devil:

  • #2
    That is, when it is in the hands of a master! :flames:

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    • #3
      is that on 8RDA?
      does dual channel memory help that much!

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      • #4
        Yep that's an 8RDA+ w/ T'bred B XP1800 and 2x256MB Kingmax DDR333 (spose to be a budget gamer setup) but yes the nForce2's dual channel memory does make quite a difference but jumpin' from a 133MHz FSB to a 166MHz FSB helps too. It's averagin' 2hrs 27mins per w/u atm.

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        • #5
          :drool:

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          • #6
            This little sucker takes me to over 60 w/u's p/d. :devil win

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            • #7
              Must be nice. I like my mid 30s fine, well for the moment anyway.
              Depending on how much Cheez will squeeze out of his nForce's. I gotta start watching my back again.

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              • #8
                Just think that an XP1800+ T'bred B, 8RDA+ and 512MB of reasonable PC2700 RAM (with any basic drives and vid card added) and there's 9 w/u's per day (most likely 10 with top notch RAM).

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                • #9
                  wiggo, how long do ya think itll take this rig.

                  Abit KG7
                  512mb samsung pc2700
                  AMD Athlon 2100+ hopefully oc'ed to about a 155fsb=2015mhz

                  plus all my other stuff. im thinking inder 2.5hrs

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                  • #10
                    Very hard to say as I've never used the 760 chipset and VIA's KT266A/KT333 were reportedly faster so don't get ya hopes to high there as my similar KT333 with XMS3200 has an average of 2hr 42min.

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                    • #11
                      Well this is becomin' a very familiar sight now. Not bad for an XP1800+ hey? :D

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                      • #12
                        Here's the XP2600+ that finished right after but it's been runnin' a few IE windows, PSP7, Trillian and WinAMP for some hours now.

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                        • #13
                          And then that lousy P4 gives me this, though sadly very common. :(

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                          • #14
                            you *******!
                            I mean you LUCKy *******, yeah thats what I meant ;)

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                            • #15
                              Well I could also show ya my best from a 1.7 Celeron @ 1.86GHz but it's imbarrassin'. :o

                              I've just cranked the sucker up to 2.12GHz so I'll see if that helps any. ;)

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