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  1. #51
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    Default Re: 3DMark06 scores

    have you checked out the thermaltake bigwater systems for cooling that hot penty?? they work good. i can game for about 8 hours, and it never hits 36c. not bad? it should be able to wonders on that pentium. and it will fit in your case too.
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    Default Re: 3DMark06 scores

    I was looking at the Bigwater 745. I still am not sure on if I want to liquid cool it yet. Seems like too big of a hastle to keep remembering to refill the coolant.
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    Default Re: 3DMark06 scores

    Quote Originally Posted by thulkkonen
    I was looking at the Bigwater 745. I still am not sure on if I want to liquid cool it yet. Seems like too big of a hastle to keep remembering to refill the coolant.
    If you have to keep refilling the coolant you are doing something very very wrong. Ware cooling loops are sealed and need almost no maintainence at all. Buying a kit is pointless as it is only as good as good air cooling, but you have some serious misconceptions about water cooling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by casecutter
    If you have to keep refilling the coolant you are doing something very very wrong. Ware cooling loops are sealed and need almost no maintainence at all. Buying a kit is pointless as it is only as good as good air cooling, but you have some serious misconceptions about water cooling.
    ummm, I never claimed to know alot about water cooling a computer. Give me a car and I can do anything on them. I was asking merely for peoples opinions. I dont know where you think I have some serious misconceptions about it. I already admitted not knowing about it.
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    Anyone that tells you that you need to constantly refill a water cooling system is wrong. I have been running water cooling for a few years and have never needed to add a drop to any of my systems. It is a simple system and you don't deal with the pressures like in a car. Custom watercooling kits are better and those kits are almost worthless. You never said you knew nothing, you only said it was a pain to keep filling it. I would be more than happy to offer any advice I could on a proper water loop that you would love to run. My temps dropped over 12C load and my PC is sooo much quieter than when I was running air cooling.
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    Default Re: 3DMark06 scores

    3dmark06 scores:

    4347 3dmarks
    sm2.0 score 2298
    hdr/sm 3.0 score 2226
    cpu score 752
    The Beast
    AMD 3200 @2.0GHz runs very stable @2.25GHz
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    Passmark6.0 468.3 @2.0GHz - 511.4 @2.25GHz
    3DMark06 4347 @2.0GHz

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    Man i should have bought the x1600xt over my x800gto2. I got a 2281 with my processor a 2.6ghz and video card at 570/600. Damn pixelshaders

    CPU SCORE : 1024
    SM 2.0 SCORE : 1194
    sm3.0 score N/A
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    8748 on default 1280X1024 resolution. I refuse to buy these programs to run a lower resolution.

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=363161

    9K coming soon as that run was @ 2.8GHz and there is alittle left in the reserve tank. Just wish this motherboard could clock higher and be stable as my CPU can go much higher.
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    Default Re: 3DMark06 scores

    Quote Originally Posted by TRIGGER
    Man i should have bought the x1600xt over my x800gto2. I got a 2281 with my processor a 2.6ghz and video card at 570/600. Damn pixelshaders

    CPU SCORE : 1024
    SM 2.0 SCORE : 1194
    sm3.0 score N/A
    noooo, all the x1600xt would do for you would bump up 3dmarks, while games WOULD SUCK. seriously, that low a card wouldnt be able to to turn on hdr or other goodies anyway.
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    Yea I guess your right, it would not reflect real world performance...on the other hand I could have gotton a faster processor though as i paid 198$ for that gto2 back in feb lol. Games will not really need p.s. 3.0 for awhile I would think.
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