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There Is No Way In The World.. That This Benchmark Is Accurate...

For Starters.. The Primary SSD I Used For This Test, Has A Data Transfer Rate Of Over 550MB/s [Read] & 510MB/s [Write]...

Windows 7 Installs Programs In A Couple Of Seconds & When It Boots, The Windows Bar Doesn't Even Budge & It's Loaded Windows With Start-up Programs & Water Cooling Management Software... ????

The Benchmark Software, Is Obviously, Been Scripted On Intel Instruction Sets [By A Intel Machine] & Is Biased To Intel Processors Over AMD...

Even Microsoft Had To Patch Windows 7, To Run AMD Instruction Sets Properly.. Including DRAM...

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NovaBench Score: 672





Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
AMD A83850 APU with Radeon HD Graphics @ 2900 MHz
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6550D

7657 MB System RAM (Score: 147)
- RAM Speed: 3017 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 391)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 102714572
- Integer Operations/Second: 338335728
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 828798

Graphics Tests (Score: 118)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 365

Hardware Tests (Score: 16)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 34 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 104 MB/s

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NovaBench Score: 672



Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
AMD A83850 APU with Radeon HD Graphics @ 2900 MHz
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6550D

7657 MB System RAM (Score: 147)
- RAM Speed: 3017 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 391)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 102714572
- Integer Operations/Second: 338335728
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 828798

Graphics Tests (Score: 118)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 365

Hardware Tests (Score: 16)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 34 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 104 MB/s

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NovaBench Score: 2404



19/02/2012 2:17:32 AM
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Intel Core i72700K 3.50GHz @ 3510 MHz
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580

16368 MB System RAM (Score: 253)
- RAM Speed: 15137 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 947)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 208701232
- Integer Operations/Second: 1194256056
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1644400

Graphics Tests (Score: 1175)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 3007

Hardware Tests (Score: 29)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 112 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 252 MB/s


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Eat you heart out!!!!

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Edited by SirGasalot

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your rigs almost the same as mine accept mines got a i5 my laptops a Medion i was gonna get the i3 one but just ended up getting the more expensive one
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Edited by dodgevipergts

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My new rig:


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Upgraded from intel core 2 duo E6400
Geforce 8800GTS
6GB DDR2

Was time for an upgrade! :smile:

Edited by Spot65

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hey all, new here, just built my new desktop about a month ago and have been looking for a benchmark program to get an idea of performance in numbers, its a lower budget build but does more then enough for this guy. no gpu yet. no real extras at all just main components and added a aftermarket cooler for a lil overclocking later on, for now its all stock no tinkering yet

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also got a new laptop also a budget buy lenovo with another a8 chip

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gonna add 4 gigs of ram to the laptop "nice empty slot ready to go" but thats about it for that, the desktop ill be adding a gpu or two later on , for now just gotta figure out if everythings running right like ram for example, not sure if its settings are optimal n such... dont plan on a 2000point system, as both run now im good to go for what i do but a lil better would be nice.. :)

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was messing with trying to overclock my a8 3870k all day yesterday after getting my stock benchmark,,, no luck,, never overclocked and just not finding any reading worth reading.. grrrrr

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Hello to all,
Just wished to post my Novabench score for a new AMD APU build I completed early February. I have reached 3.8Ghz with the 3870K, 3.9Ghz lacked real stability in testing. I have scaled back down to 3.6Ghz and have not had temperatures exceed 44Celsius to date. I am more than happy with my chip, the APU has GPU clocked to 800Mhz and runs Battlefield 3 very well in medium settings - no Crossfire and no discrete GPU in my system.

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Hello to all,
Just wished to post my Novabench score for a new AMD APU build I completed early February. Novabench reports 787 for my system. I have reached 3.8Ghz with the 3870K, 3.9Ghz lacked real stability in testing. I have scaled back down to 3.6Ghz and have not had temperatures exceed 44Celsius to date. I am more than happy with my chip, the APU has GPU clocked to 800Mhz and runs Battlefield 3 very well in medium settings - no Crossfire and no discrete GPU in my system.

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Thinkpad T61p 6457-B64 (Laptop)
Intel Core 2 Extreme @ 3.2 Ghz
8 GB G-Skill DDR2 @ 667 Mhz
Seagate Momentus XT 750 GB, 7200 RPM, w/ 8GB Nand Flash
nVidea Quadro FX 570M w/ 296.10 Drivers
1920x1200

https://novabench.com/view/246150
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Thinkpad W520 4270-CTO (Laptop)
Intel Core i7 Extreme 2960XM @ 2.7 Ghz
16 GB Kingston Hyper X DDR3 @ 1866 Mhz
Intel 300 GB 320 Series SSD
nVidea Quadro 2000M w/ 296.10 Drivers
1920x1080

https://novabench.com/view/238968
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The T61p build is complete, but Im looking to upgrade the Intel 320 series in the W520, to a Samsung 830 Series..... Thoughts?????

Edited by Arty_Harvy

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This is my basic score:

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Last night, and for no reason in particular, I overclocked my Athlon II X4 3.0GHz to 3.375GHz and got this result:

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I tried boosting it up to 3.75GHz but discovered that my computer's 'thermal solution' couldn't handle the temperature increase and quickly shut itself down to avoid bursting into flames.

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