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    Damn that's a high clockspeed!

    I got my 500E up to 825. that's right, a 165 bus. After that My Ram finally said "SCREW YOU I'M NOT DOING THIS" but 165 is damn fine for PC100. The only problem is that I had to set the In order Que depth to 1 instead of 8. This took massive hits on my Memory performance in Sandra. But the CPU and Multimedia benchmarks are nothing to cry about.

    I'll post pics here in a bit.

    If anyone knows specifically what this In order que depth does, and how to mimic the stability I had with it, I'd love to hear it!Thanks.

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    Here's the pics:





    and the stats:

    @800EB

    Sisift Sandra:

    CPU Benchmark:
    CPU DhryStone 2173 MIPS
    FPU Whetstone 1080 MFLOPS

    Multimedia Benchmark:
    Integer MMX 1916 it/s
    Floating-Point SSE 1638 it/s

    Memory Benchmark:
    CPU/Memory Bandwith 211 MB/s
    FPU/Memory Bandwidth 202 MB/s

    @825

    Sisoft Sandra:

    CPU Benchmark:
    CPU Dhrystone 2241 MIPS
    FPU Whetstone 1117 MFLOPS

    Milti-Media Benchmark;
    Integer MMX 1982 it/s
    Floating-Point SSE 1694 it/s

    Memory Benchmark:
    CPU/Memory Bandwidth 215MB/s
    FPU/Memory Bandwidth 210MB/s

    as opposed to 750:

    @750

    Sisoft Sandra:

    CPU Benchmark:
    CPU Dhrystone 2029 MIPS
    FPU Whetstone 1010 MFLOPS

    Milti-Media Benchmark;
    Integer MMX 1792 it/s
    Floating-Point SSE 1539 it/s

    Memory Benchmark:
    CPU/Memory Bandwidth 394MB/s
    FPU/Memory Bandwidth 365MB/s

    Sorry for the long post!


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    Love your BackGround.

    Looks like my back bedroom, even when I Idon't have someone over. Good show, Congrats!!

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    Damn, You are smokin'!

    Get some Kick A$$ 133 RAM and let this baby walk the walk!!!
    If you lived here, you'd be home by now...

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    Cool!!!! Congrats.... bet ya ram is happy when you finally shut down...lol

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    You're cooking today.

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    Nice work!!

    What kind of RAM do you have again?

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    i got it for Christmas of '98 from TC Computers, it's Corsair PC100 Cas 2 set to 3-3-3. I'm not sure pc133 could handle 165 FSB Maxout.

    The only thing is now I'm having problems running it at 750 again. I guess I gotta play with it! (I mean the computer)

    BTW I have pics of the cooler at home.mmcable.com/dannyoc

    No web page, just pics. As always, Any suggestions are welcome!
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    DAMN MAN! THAT'S SOME FINE WORK YOU'RE DOING! YOUR FATHER SHOULD BE PROUD OF YA!

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    Coming from you, niteowl, I couldn't have asked for a bigger reward. except that speed stable with that damn in order que depth set to 8...

    And my father is a computer illiterate bum. But he got me a telescope and provides a healthy amount of funds for my tinkering so I am forced to love him

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    That's insane... htat's why I'm going to try it.
    ? Quantum Physics ? Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

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    Any reason why after crunching SETI I can't get on the internet? get some kind of DHCP Client error.

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    By now your name and particulars have been fed into every laptop, desktop, mainframe, and supermarket scanner that collectively make up the global information conspiracy otherwise known as....The Beast.
    Woohoo, 14th person to solve the 4D rubik's cube...ever! http://www.superliminal.com/cube/cube.htm

    Watch me solve a regular cube in 24.2 seconds at www.rubiks.dk videolist, Daniel Hayes!

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