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amd x2 6000+ overclock
bowiee 
21/8/08 5:21:22 PM
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Not that I was aware of, the OP said he has a X2 6000 so current stock is 90nm. I stand corrected :)

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mobon 
21/8/08 8:55:49 PM
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i thought we were talking about the cpu that the op and myself have, i couldnt comment on the newer ones.

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SceptreCore 
24/8/08 1:14:13 PM
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Quote by mobon
i thought we were talking about the cpu that the op and myself have, i couldnt comment on the newer ones.

We were also talking about the revised 6000+ that I mentioned and the gains it would have over a regular 6000+

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bowiee 
24/8/08 7:45:52 PM
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You may have been mate but the original OP wasn't :) As the new ones are not released yet, so he was asking about his current X2 6000.

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SceptreCore 
25/8/08 8:45:34 PM
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Quote by bowiee
You may have been mate but the original OP wasn't :) As the new ones are not released yet, so he was asking about his current X2 6000.

Whoops, this may have been crossed with another thread, I swear that someone else asked about them. Yeah sometimes two people ask them in completely different threads, and I mix them up. :P

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mobon 
26/8/08 12:28:45 PM
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all good,i didnt know there were new 6000+ chips coming out so the threads not a complete waste.

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Doctor Octopus 
26/8/08 4:07:46 PM
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Quote by mobon
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jeez aint much aye, reckon the small adjustment would make any differences in gaming?



yeh you would notice some increased framerates mainly due to the cpu bottleneck on the 9800gt.
an extra 1000 3dmark06 points could be expected aswell.



Edited by mobon: 20/8/2008 8:57:21 PM



Haha maybe in another dream mate :P

A 200MHz increase would get you maybe 200 - 300 marks more, and you wouldn't really get an increase in frame rates because the whole idea of a bottleneck only applies in very few situations, games are not really one of them, as well it also depends on the screen res that one is running.


Edited by Doctor Octopus: 26/8/2008 04:11:54 PM

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mobon 
26/8/08 7:35:01 PM
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Quote by Doctor Octopus
Quote by mobon
Quote by liam91
jeez aint much aye, reckon the small adjustment would make any differences in gaming?



yeh you would notice some increased framerates mainly due to the cpu bottleneck on the 9800gt.
an extra 1000 3dmark06 points could be expected aswell.

you realise im talking from experience here, i have a 6000+ coupled with a 9800tx which was before that an 8800gt and too raise the cpu 200mhz would give me from 10500 too 11500 in 3dmark 06.
8800gt or 9800gtx doesnt matter, it will perform the same with the bottleneck, when u can get rid of the bottleneck ( which you cannot) with the 6000+ then you would notice the difference in video cards.



Edited by mobon: 20/8/2008 8:57:21 PM



Haha maybe in another dream mate :P

A 200MHz increase would get you maybe 200 - 300 marks more, and you wouldn't really get an increase in frame rates because the whole idea of a bottleneck only applies in very few situations, games are not really one of them, as well it also depends on the screen res that one is running.


Edited by Doctor Octopus: 26/8/2008 04:11:54 PM

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