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Kinda small, get out your glasses.

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THe rig in my sig will allow me to hit 33.95 sec. Sorry bout no screenie but I don't have the net on at home. Will try and bring one into work soon when I can.
B.t.w THe ram timmings are completley stock and stock voltage on me crappy mem lol And I can still hit 2.808 on the cpu :D
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The picture shows my CPU as having a 6x Multi, but it really has a 7x and is clocked at 1.86ghz. The reason for the difference is that it auto underclocks by a full multi when it's not under load.

I know it's not a ultra good score, but it's fairly good.
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Okay, I ran the Pi calculations and the CPU-Z programs. I've sent my screen-shot to Tulatin.

Using the system indicated in my signature, the result was 55.071 seconds.
I tried using a "Point of View Gun", but my aim was lousy. ;-)

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Best I can do for right now.............. :twisted:

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My other C2D............... :D

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heh, I thought I was doing pretty good looking at the chart on page 1 then I skip to the last pages and see the soc775's kicking everyones arse!
ah well, its still not too bad. My FX-60 oc'd to a wee bit over 3g. and 2 gig ram.
Oh and I put up 2 pics, one screen cap of all 3 monitors and a croped version of important parts.

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