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jbonello

4.6 on my laptop

2.4 on my desktop

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CPressland

Here is my new system up and running, albeit quite unstable, I'll beat her into shape

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solardog

Ok I keep looking at this thread and now Im gonna post:

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friggin memory score is keeping me down. Got 3 gigs. I guess my gigs are not as gigity as they could be. Goo! sorry

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afusion

eventually I'll get a 790GX mobo w/ a Phenom FX cpu

this setup will do for now. :)

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Skulltrail-old

I usually get 4.8-5.0 but I got 4.7

(probably because of all the windows open)

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ScorpioRGc1

After overclocking my CPU, I had a 5.7 (everything was 5.9 except the processor). Before the overclock, I believe it was 5.5 or so.

I would put up a screenshot, but Vista is currently (temporarily) uninstalled. ^_^

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installshield_freak

I have a score of Whopping 5.7 E6850 4 GB Ram SLI-9600GT's ASUS P5NE-SLI board.

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+Mystic

I scored a 5.9 with the computer in my signature.

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IbSta

new rig...damn hard disk!

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Scraggles

I'm proud to show my new rig coming in at 5.9 with absolutely everything stock.

Intel Q9550, 4gb ram, GTX 280, 1.2tb SATA HDD.

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LJ50
I'm proud to show my new rig coming in at 5.9 with absolutely everything stock.

Intel Q9550, 4gb ram, GTX 280, 1.2tb SATA HDD.

Can I ask what RAM you're using? I'm using 4GB Corsair PC6400 4-4-4-12 timing and only getting 5.5. Everything else is at 5.9 at stock but the RAM.

Not really bothered about it, but I am curious! :D

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WigglesTheFish

I don't have screenshots to prove it, but my last windows pc, was a 5.6 vista score... the processor was my fault... everything else was 5.9.

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Vambo

Here's mine:

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deactivated01032015

AMD Athlon X2 4200+ (939), 3GB DDR RAM, 6600GT

So, fairly outdated comp, but still has it.

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zivan56

Need to buy some more overclockable memory to get 3GHz+ on my proc (now using PC2-5300). Although this is probably going to make it noisier, so I probably wont ;)

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NEVER85

My 2 year old rig with several upgrades made to it.

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Andrew Lyle

My system stats are in my Blog

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DigitalE

I get a 5.3 on my new MacBook :)

2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo, 2 GB DDR3 RAM, 250 GB hard drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics.

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Budious
I'm using 4GB Corsair PC6400 4-4-4-12 timing and only getting 5.5

I have a 2x 1GB Patriot DDR-500 (PC4000) memory kit in dual channel operation, and get a 5.9 rating (3-4-4-8 timings). I assume the test may be more sensitive to latency than raw throughput?

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Athlonite

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not bad for

Asus A8R32MVP-Deluxe RD580 + ULI M1575

AMD Athlon64 x2 4800+ (skt939)

2GB DDR400 3-3-3-6 t1 @460MHz 2.75V

2x WDC WD800JD in Raid0

2x WDC WD2500AAJS

2x Asus EAH2600XT 256MB DDR4 in Crossfire

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Ambroos

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Intel C2D E6750 Stock speeds

2x1GB DDR2 800Mhz

GeForce 8600GTS 256MB (passive ^^)

Western Digital WD2500KS

MSI P35 Neo (shittiest thing ever, mad BSOD's and ACPI not working fine in anything but Windows)

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