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Originally Posted by SathyOne thing I was thinking: why use prime95 when you could use sp2004 with more options and many do consider it to be better for stress testing?
Here's the site: http://sp2004.fre3.com/
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceJust noting about the back panel commentary, the PCB is designed to carry an onboard X300 graphics chip with onboard RAM. The two blank spots are for DVI and VGA outputs. This board really doesnt look too terribly complete, does it.
Originally Posted by bigzWe're not using Prime95 on its own. We're using a combination of Prime95 small FTT (working the CPU alone), while IOMeter works the hard disk controller and continuous Far Cry (or 3DMark03 depending on the reviewers preference) looping, which tests the video card and memory. These are run together, at the same time.
Thanks for the link though, I will have a look at it.
Originally Posted by KameleonRich,
Sorry if I missed it in the article (it's kinda late) but would it be possible to add in a test for max stable HTT into the overclocking section of your motherboard tests? You know, find a CPU you know the max clock of, drop the multiplier, LDT and RAM divider, and see how far you can get the HTT. This is something people are becoming increasingly interested in especially with all these Opteron 144s that can hit 3GHz+ but only use up to 9x. I know all new S939 boards should be able to go higher than you would ever need, but it'd be nice to check. :)
Originally Posted by NatureWhy did you use a Nvida card for an Ati board>?
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