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ASUS P5N32-SLI Deluxe-Pentium 4 650 Prescott 800MHz FSB LGA 775 EM64T -Western Digital Raptor 74GB 10,000 RPM Serial ATA150 -BFG Geforce 7800GT OC 256MB x 2 -ZALMAN CNPS9500 LED 92mm Cooling Fan with Heatsink -Corsair 5400C4PRO 1GB DDR2-667 XMS2-5400 ProSeries



my issue is mem time'n and benchmarks. I cant seem to push this set-up to break the 10,000 mark on 3Dmark05,in aqua mark i cant break 10,000 closest i get is 8,000-9,000

same goes for 3Dmark. Even if i use the IA Booster,nothing changes,from what i have it seems that i should be doing alot better,i thought for a sec it might be my memory,if so,i'd like to know some safe settings to run. my stock memory is suppose to run at 667,but cpuz says im only running at 333,yes im in dual mode and the timmings are off a tad stock 4-4-4-12 but in cpuz i show 4-4-4-15-19 at only 175Mhz whats the deal?.. any help to solve this problem?

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I have the P5ND2 SLI Deluxe, 2 x eVGA 7800GT (not OC models) and I have used CPU-Z and 3DMark 2005 while running a 650 CPU.


First, CPU is reporting the timings correctly, just in a different format. The utility is not reading these new chipsets exactly right so it is reporting the DDR speed at 1/2, or 175mhz x 2. Based on other benches (Sandra and Everest) the memory is actually running at its proper speed. Hopefully a CPU-Z revision will remedy this.


With the cards and CPU you have, 10,000 is going to be hard to break. You have a better chipset than I do as you have the "32" version and your cards are the OC versions. However, I have run my 650 OCed to about 4.0ghz+ for benchmark runs. With this increased CPU speed I was able to get about 9300-9500 on 3DMark 05. Depending on how much the "32" chipset and the OCs on the cards play into it, you are probably going to have a hard time getting 10k+.


To increase your 3DMark benches, you will probably need to OC your CPU some. You probably cannot OC the video cards much as they are already OCed. What CPU cooling do you have and can you provide the info that RAM GUY asked for above?


As to your memory timings, you can manually set them in the bios. However, with the memory you have, you will need to set 4,4,4,12 timings and leave the rest at default settings.



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