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CHHAS
18th January 2001, 12:42
Duron 650@650, Soltek SL-75KAV, mem @133, CAS 3, 4-way interleave.

ALU: 417
FPU: 505

Duron @715, mem @143 CAS 3, 4-w interleave

ALU: 459
FPU: 558

[This message has been edited by CHHAS (edited 19 January 2001).]

spazm_1999
19th January 2001, 20:36
P3-667, asus cusl2-c, mem@133, CAS3

ALU: 393
PFU: 465

I had better scores with my PC-100 modules...

ALU: 456
FPU: 490

Spazm

SCompRacer
19th January 2001, 22:24
http://www.enteract.com/~richol/forums/kt7_900.jpg

After some BIOS adjustments, KT7 board, 900 @ 900.

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Indiana
19th January 2001, 23:18
http://www.indiana.claranet.de/SandraMEM.png


ABit KT7-RAID (non-A), Duron800 at a FSB of 110, multiplier 9,5. MEM-settings: PCI+Host-clock (~146MHZ), CAS2, all other optimizations on (4way interleave, 4k DRAM Cache, turbo, ...)

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FrankDC
20th January 2001, 00:35
ALU: 503
FPU: 566

ABit BF-6, PIII 600E@870 (145FSB), 256MB Mushkin CAS2, W2KSP1

DosFreak
21st January 2001, 03:05
Coolercase "Extreme-XS" w/ 431W PSU
2XP3-700E@933 v1.75 133Mhz bus X 7 1/4
2X Alpha FC-PAL6035MUC Heatsinks
Abit VP6
4X128m=512M Mushkin Rev3 @HCLK+PCICLK
Hercules 3D Prophet 2 GTS 64M 220C/360M Bios v3.15.00.12
PCI2/SoundBlaster Live! DE 5.1
PCI3/Creative Dxr3 Decoder (Going to be a H+)
PCI4/Hauppauge WinTV Theatre
PCI5/NetGear FA310TX
Floppy 3.5"
PMIDE1/Maxtor 27.2G DMA/66 92732U8 (Thinking about 1 more 45GB HD!)
SMIDE2/Pioneer 16X Slot DVD-105F
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PMIDE3/IBM 75GXP 45GB DMA/100
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Windows 2000 Professional Slipstreamed SP1
Nvidia 6.62 Drivers
Directx 8
Via 4.27 AGP & INF (NO BUSMASTER!!!)

MEMORY BENCHMARK

Int ALU =395/422
Float FPU=457/435

HedsSpaz
23rd January 2001, 06:27
Heh, well, I thought I'd brighten everybody's day a little bit by by showing you a computer that is garaunteed to be worse than yours.

This is my PII350 w/128 MB PC100 SDRAM that I use at work.

http://w3.one.net/~dlee/ian/graphics/sandramem.jpg


Hope that works the first time.

SteveC
23rd January 2001, 09:20
http://194.131.85.139/steve/membench1.gif

The most I can get out of my machine - Athlon Tbird 1Gig @ 10.5x115Mhz - RAM at +33Mhz (CAS3).

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Cheers,
Steve

"Life is what we make of it, yet most of us just fake"

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mirp
27th January 2001, 01:49
Int ALU/RAM Bandwidth 427 MB/s
Float FPU/RAM Bandwidth 488 MB/s

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ASUS P2B-B rev. 1.02, Intel Pentium III 700@933 MHz, Micron 256MB PC133-222, Western Digital WD450AA, Toshiba SD-M1212, Matrox G400 SH 32MB (126/168), PowerDesk 6.23, CTX VL950T, Creative SBLive!, Windows 98, IE 5.00, DirectX 8.0

DC
9th March 2001, 00:00
What are the best settings in BIOS for getting good mem-performance?

DC

Nuno
9th March 2001, 14:30
http://www.terravista.pt/BaiaGatas/3051/membench.gif

Thunderbird 900 @ 111 fsb, 148 mem, cas 3-3-3, Asus A7V bios 1006

PS: Indiana, thatīs not Sandra 2001. Thatīs a previous version. You canīt compare different version scores. Possibly not that much difference, but thatīs what sisoft guys say.

[This message has been edited by Nuno (edited 09 March 2001).]

Indiana
10th March 2001, 13:21
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" size="2">Originally posted by Nuno:

PS: Indiana, thatīs not Sandra 2001. Thatīs a previous version. You canīt compare different version scores. Possibly not that much difference, but thatīs what sisoft guys say.</font>

I know, but I have both versions and the difference really is so small that I couldn't be bothered to upload a PNG of the newer version. So, here's a 2001 score
http://www.indiana.claranet.de/Sandra2001Mem.gif

However this was done with the Duron only at 880MHz since those damn pencil markings to unlock the CPU have gone away again...


[This message has been edited by Indiana (edited 10 March 2001).]

Nuno
10th March 2001, 16:43
Close enough http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

fleabus2
15th March 2001, 08:54
Hi:
I don’t o/c. Mostly doing this to see if it will work.

ALU: 305MB/s
FPU: 345MB/s





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Jon P. Inghram
15th March 2001, 15:26
http://home.kscable.com/heartless/pictures/Memory2.gif

Ok, ok... maybe not on my CUBX,Celeron 533A@800,256 megs PC133@100&CAS2

http://home.kscable.com/heartless/pictures/Memory1.gif

SteveC
3rd August 2001, 17:57
An update :)

Got me an Epox 8K7A+ with 2x256Mb Micron PC2100 DIMMs:

<IMG SRC="http://www.steve-cooper.co.uk/murc/ddrmem.gif">

That's a bit better :) There's a million memory options in the BIOS which may help the scores, but I dunno what most of them are :confused: :)

K6-III
4th August 2001, 00:14
Epox 8K7A. 169mhz FSB. 1.52ghz.http://www.geocities.com/cargod1984/mem_bandwidth.jpg

SteveC
4th August 2001, 05:40
Hey K6-III - how the hell did you get those speeds? I must be missing something great as I've got the same board as you.

roadie
4th August 2001, 08:23
387
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on:

if you wanna see some real high scores cheack out gibbo's on the board @ http://www.overclockers.co.uk , it is a wicked site with the worlds highest gf2 ultra score (gibbo) with 13334 on an 1830 mhz athlon