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    AMD Athlon64 X2 3800+ overclocked to 4600+ speed


    CPU-Z Report

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    CPU-Z version 1.31.


    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 2

    CPU#1 APIC ID = 0
    Name AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+
    Code Name Manchester
    Specification AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
    Family / Model / Stepping F 3 2
    Extended Family / Model F 23
    Brand ID 5
    Package Socket 939
    Core Stepping JH-E6
    Technology 90 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, Extended MMX, 3DNow!, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, x86-64
    CPU Clock Speed 2400.6 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 10.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 240.1 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 64 KBytes, 2-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Instruction Cache 64 KBytes, 2-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Cache 512 KBytes, 16-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 2400.6 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 128 bits

    CPU#2 APIC ID = 1
    Name AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+
    Code Name Manchester
    Specification AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
    Family / Model / Stepping F 3 2
    Extended Family / Model F 23
    Brand ID 5
    Package Socket 939
    Core Stepping JH-E6
    Technology 90 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, Extended MMX, 3DNow!, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, x86-64
    CPU Clock Speed 2400.6 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 10.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 240.1 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 64 KBytes, 2-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Instruction Cache 64 KBytes, 2-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Cache 512 KBytes, 16-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 2400.6 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 128 bits



    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer
    Motherboard model 939Dual-SATA2, 1.00
    BIOS vendor American Megatrends Inc.
    BIOS revision P1.20
    BIOS release date 08/26/2005
    Chipset ALI M1695 rev. 00
    Southbridge ALI M1563 rev. 70
    Sensor chip Winbond W83627HF




    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 2048 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 200.0 MHz
    FSBRAM CPU/12
    CAS# Latency 2.5 clocks
    RAS# to CAS# 3 clocks
    RAS# Precharge 3 clocks
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 8 clocks
    Bank Cycle Time (TRC) 11 clocks
    DRAM Idle Timer 16 clocks



    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c


    TMPGEnc results:

    Start: 2005-11-09 20:11:46
    End: 2005-11-09 20:12:15
    Dealing time: 00:00:29
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    D:\Download\VideoHelp Benchmark\DIVX_Archive_NTSC.m1v
    Format: MPEG-1 720x480 29,97fps VBR 7000kbps
    Video: D:\Download\VideoHelp Benchmark\DIVX_Archive_NTSC.avi
    Audio: none

    Result: Succeeded
    Dealing time: 00:00:28
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    is this right? I dont really know if this is what I was suppose to do.

    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 1

    Name Intel Celeron
    Code Name Northwood
    Specification Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.00GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 2 7
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Brand ID 10
    Package mPGA-478
    Core Stepping C1
    Technology 0.13 µ
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2
    CPU Clock Speed 1993.5 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 20.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 99.7 MHz
    Bus Speed 398.7 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 8 KBytes, 4-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kµops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 128 KBytes, 2-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 1993.5 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits



    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer Intel Corporation
    Motherboard model NBGV - Northwood/Brookdale-G Validation Board, None
    BIOS vendor
    BIOS revision 3.24
    BIOS release date 10/14/2003
    Chipset Intel i845GL rev. A1
    Southbridge Intel 82801DB (ICH4) rev. 01




    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 512 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 132.9 MHz
    FSBRAM 3:4
    CAS# Latency 2.5 clocks
    RAS# to CAS# 3 clocks
    RAS# Precharge 3 clocks
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 6 clocks
    DRAM Idle Timer 16 clocks
    # of memory modules 2
    Module 0 Smart Modular DDR-SDRAM PC2100 - 256 MBytes
    Module 1 Apacer Technology DDR-SDRAM PC2700 - 256 MBytes



    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 1 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c

    heres some screenshots




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    ok..I figured out how to load the test settings file and now the results are in. And they suck A$$!



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  4. Sorry for the gravedigging

    One big problem with this test is that some were using TMPGENC Plus with first pass cached selected under cpu settings.

    Here is my new result with a 2.4Mhz P4 o/clocked to 3.05 Mhz.
    The result with the same o/c system with plain TMgenc is 1 minute, 3 seconds.


    Dealing time: 00:00:46
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    C:\testy\DIVX_Archive_aNTSC.m1v
    Format: MPEG-1 720x480 29.97fps VBR 7000kbps
    Video: C:\testy\DIVX_Archive_NTSC.m1v
    Audio: none

    Result: Succeeded
    Dealing time: 00:00:46
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    okie dokie

    I've been thinking of rewriting the test too using a scripted benchmark. I just need to learn how to script better.
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  6. https://www.videohelp.com/~cobra/cobra_2.html

    New overclock (2604MHz now )!

    Benchmark achieved in 52 seconds (7 second improvement).
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    The first multi-entry overclocked results, I actually like that to see what a difference the same hardware to a higher clock makes.

    Now that I have the DN800 running I should make an attempt at overclocking my DH800 again.
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    Here is my Current PC

    it took 3 minutes. I will be building my First PC soon. Will retest then.
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    Here's my new Rig http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=77316

    Dealing time: 00:00:54
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    Added to the OC results. Curious as to why you're running an Opty?
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    Funny I never "ran into" this thread until now.

    My computer specs according to CPU-Z:

    Code:
    CPU(s)   
    Number of CPUs 2 (1 Physical) 
     
    CPU#1 APIC ID = 0 
    Name Intel Pentium 4 540 
    Code Name Prescott 
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.20GHz 
    Family / Model / Stepping F 3 4 
    Extended Family / Model 0 0 
    Package LGA775 
    Core Stepping D0 
    Technology 90 nm 
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3 
    CPU Clock Speed 3192.1 MHz 
    Clock multiplier x 16.0 
    Front Side Bus Frequency 199.5 MHz 
    Bus Speed 798.0 MHz 
    L1 Data Cache 16 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size 
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative 
    L2 Cache 1024 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size 
    L2 Speed 3192.1 MHz (Full) 
    L2 Location On Chip 
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes 
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits 
     
    CPU#2 APIC ID = 1 
    CPU Name Intel Pentium 4 540 (logical unit) 
     
      
    Mainboard and chipset   
    Motherboard manufacturer MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD 
    Motherboard model MS-7046,  
    BIOS vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD 
    BIOS revision 6.00 PG 
    BIOS release date 08/31/2004 
    Chipset Intel i915P/i915G rev. B1 
    Southbridge Intel 82801FB (ICH6) rev. 03 
    Sensor chip Winbond W83627THF 
    Graphic Interface PCI-Express 
    PCI-E Link Width x16 
    PCI-E Max Link Width x16 
      
    Memory   
    DRAM Type DDR-SDRAM 
    DRAM Size 512 MBytes 
    DRAM Frequency 199.5 MHz 
    FSB:DRAM 1:1 
    CAS# Latency 3.0 clocks 
    RAS# to CAS# 3 clocks 
    RAS# Precharge 3 clocks 
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 8 clocks 
    # of memory modules 2 
    Module 0 Swissbit DDR-SDRAM PC3200 - 256 MBytes 
    Module 1 Swissbit DDR-SDRAM PC3200 - 256 MBytes 
      
    Software   
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)  
    DirectX version 9.0c
    The above is a copy and paste from the HTML report that CPU-Z creates.

    The time to run the clip through TMPGEnc Plus 2.5x was 61 seconds. I only have a single HDD and it is a Seagate 200GB 7200RPM SATA HDD.

    I should point out I didn't try to do anything "fancy" like kill any tasks running etc.

    So again the total encode time was ---> 61 seconds

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    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 1

    Name AMD Athlon 64 3500+
    Code Name ClawHammer
    Specification AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3500+
    Family / Model / Stepping F 7 A
    Extended Family / Model F 7
    Brand ID 4
    Package Socket 939
    Core Stepping SH7-CG
    Technology 0.13 um
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, Extended MMX, 3DNow!, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, x86-64
    CPU Clock Speed 2210.2 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 11.0
    HTT Bus Frequency 200.9 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 64 KBytes, 2-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Instruction Cache 64 KBytes, 2-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Cache 512 KBytes, 16-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 2210.2 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 128 bits



    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer
    Motherboard model NF-CK804,
    BIOS vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD
    BIOS revision 6.00 PG
    BIOS release date 01/23/2006
    Chipset nVidia nForce4 rev. A3
    Southbridge nVidia nForce4 MCP rev. A3
    Sensor chip Winbond W83627EHF

    Graphic Interface PCI-Express
    PCI-E Link Width x16
    PCI-E Max Link Width x16



    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 1024 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 200.9 MHz
    FSBRAM CPU/11
    CAS# Latency 3.0 clocks
    RAS# to CAS# 3 clocks
    RAS# Precharge 3 clocks
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 8 clocks
    Bank Cycle Time (TRC) 12 clocks
    DRAM Idle Timer 16 clocks
    # of memory modules 2
    Module 0 Kingston DDR-SDRAM PC3200 - 512 MBytes
    Module 1 Kingston DDR-SDRAM PC3200 - 512 MBytes



    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c



    I too have ond HDD with 160GB @ 7200rpm SATA.

    Time with TMPGEnc 2.5 = 61 secs

    Overclocked @ 2500 MHz = 53Secs
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    Both added, thanks!
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    Originally Posted by rallynavvie
    Added to the OC results. Curious as to why you're running an Opty?
    It matched my price point when building my new PC. Alot of people have had great results with overclocking the 144. I have gone from the 1.8 up to 2.7, and probably could go higher but the MB is not able to do anymore. Where are the Results at?
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  15. Offline brought up a good point. There are settings within TMPGEnc that can effect encoding time that are not controlled by the MCF file.

    The 2-pass cache option (Option -> Environmental Settings -> CPU -> Save analyzing result of multipass VBR to cache) has quite a significant effect. A difference of 53 vs. 84 seconds on my 2.8 GHz, non-HT, P4 with 1 GB DRAM.

    This is further exacerbated by the fact that the files are so small (3MB input, 6MB output) that the cache file will be fully cached in DRAM on most systems.

    The "Preview" options (Option -> Preview Option) can make a difference too. The computer I ran these tests on has an old 2x AGP card (Matrox Millennium G450). The difference between the three settings was(full 720x480 preview, display at 24 bits):

    Show all frames: 58 seconds
    Display with thinning: 53 seconds
    Do not display: 53 seconds

    The differences are smaller with more modern cards. The size of the preview can make a difference too (no benchmarks today but I've seen this in the past).

    Some of the testers accidentally ran the benchmark in CBR mode. Some may also have used different Motion Search Precision settings. So just for fun I ran the test in single pass, constant quality mode (about the same speed as single pass CBR) with different motion search precision settings as a reference. All the following tests were run with preview disabled. CQ was set at 75 percent (max 8000 kbps, min 2000 kbps) and delivered a file of similar size and quality as the benchmark. All other settings were as specified in the MCF file.

    2-pass VBR, highest MSP, not cached: 84 sec, 6102 KB
    2-pass VBR, highest MSP, cached: 53 sec, 6102 KB

    1-pass CQ75, highest MSP: 42 sec, 6305 KB
    1-pass CQ75, high MSP: 21 sec, 6308 KB
    1-pass CQ75, normal MSP: 13 sec, 6323 KB
    1-pass CQ75, fast MSP: 9 sec, 6350 KB
    1-pass CQ75, fastest MSP: 8 sec, 6642 KB

    As you can see, 1-pass is twice as fast as 2-pass (uncached) as expected.

    There is more than a 4x difference in encoding time between "fast" and "highest" motion search precisions -- but less than 1 percent difference if file size! That is, the highest motion search precision increased the compressability of the file by less than one precent over the second lowest.

    With longer, real world videos, I usually see about a 2 percent difference between those two settings. But I have seen as much as 7 percent in a few tests. In any case, using the highest motion search precision setting rarely gains much over fast or normal.
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    There certainly are other settings but most don't know where to put them so the results aren't really here nor there. I'm still looking into putting together an entirely different benchmark test that can be more scripted, the only problem is using a good free encoder that supports SMP that everyone can run. And don't recommend DivX or XviD, this isn't to see who can create rubbish faster.
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    Originally Posted by rallynavvie
    ... And don't recommend DivX or XviD, this isn't to see who can create rubbish faster.
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  18. Originally Posted by FulciLives
    Originally Posted by rallynavvie
    ... And don't recommend DivX or XviD, this isn't to see who can create rubbish faster.
    :lol:
    Yes, it sounds funny. But it's total nonsense. MPEG 4 can be every bit as good as MPEG 2.

    And if your opinion of MPEG 4 is so low, why did use it as the source for your benchmark?
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    That was BJ_Ms doing, he supplied the source and I was too lazy to find something else.

    I didn't say DivX/XviD look bad, I said they were rubbish. Almost all of the DVD players that are in almost every household with a TV can't play those formats and so MPEG2 is king for now.

    Besides, I associate MPEG4 with pirated movies, television shows, porn, etc. The only nice thing about it is that it compresses well, but if your argument for it is that it makes your DVD backups on your PC take up less space well then leaving them on the DVD takes up even less space on your computer
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    Here are the CPUZ specs..cpuz.htm
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    Encode Time: 00:00:25

    I tested encoding from drive C: and to D: and from Drive C: to C: and the encoding time was the same.


    Hard disk transfer speed according SiSoft Sandra:

    Drive C: Seagate 120GB 7.2 Krpm => 31 MB/s
    Drive D: Hitachi 160GB 7.2 Krpm => 30 MB/s


    TMPGEnc 2.524.63.181


    Pentium D 920 overclocked to 3 GHz
    Mobo FSB set to 214 MHz
    RAM: 512 MB Dual channel DDR400 CAS 2.5

    Note: Power setting default for CPU and RAM.


    CPU-Z Validation Report:
    CPU-Z version 1.32.1.

    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 2
    CPU#1 APIC ID = 0
    Name Intel Pentium D 920
    Code Name Presler
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 6 2
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Package LGA775
    Core Stepping B1
    Technology 65 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, EM64T
    CPU Clock Speed 3003.8 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 214.6 MHz
    Bus Speed 858.2 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 16 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 2048 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 3003.8 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits
    CPU#2 APIC ID = 1
    Name Intel Pentium D 920
    Code Name Presler
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 6 2
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Package LGA775
    Core Stepping B1
    Technology 65 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, EM64T
    CPU Clock Speed 3003.8 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 214.6 MHz
    Bus Speed 858.2 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 16 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 2048 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 3003.8 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits

    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer ASRock
    Motherboard model 775Dual-880Pro, 1.00
    BIOS vendor American Megatrends Inc.
    BIOS revision P1.30
    BIOS release date 12/21/2005
    Chipset VIA PT880 Ultra rev. 00
    Southbridge VIA VT8237 rev. 00
    Sensor chip Winbond W83697HF
    FSB Select 800 MHz
    Graphic Interface AGP
    AGP Status enabled, rev. 2.0
    AGP Data Transfer Rate 4x
    AGP Max Rate 4x
    AGP Side Band Addressing supported, enabled

    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 512 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 214.6 MHz
    FSBRAM 1:1
    # of memory modules 2
    Module 0 Kingston DDR-SDRAM PC3200 - 256 MBytes
    Module 1 Kingston DDR-SDRAM PC3200 - 256 MBytes

    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c
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    PC all stock as reported in my Computer Details.

    If in doubt, Google it.
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    48sec is stock, 37sec is my everyday settings, 100% stable, tested with Prime95, CPUBurn, Memtest86+...


    CPU-Z Report
    CPU-Z version 1.32.1.

    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 2 (1 Physical)
    CPU#1 APIC ID = 0
    Name Intel Pentium 4
    Code Name Northwood
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 2 5
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Brand ID 9
    Package mPGA-478
    Core Stepping M0
    Technology 0.13 um
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2
    CPU Clock Speed 2806.4 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 200.5 MHz
    Bus Speed 801.8 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 8 KBytes, 4-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 512 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 2806.4 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits
    CPU#2 APIC ID = 1
    CPU Name Intel Pentium 4 (logical unit)

    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer
    Motherboard model Canterwood,
    BIOS vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD
    BIOS revision 6.00 PG
    BIOS release date 09/13/2004
    Chipset Intel i875P rev. A2
    Southbridge Intel 82801EB (ICH5) rev. 02
    Sensor chip Winbond W83627HF
    FSB Select 800 MHz
    Performance Mode enabled
    Graphic Interface AGP
    AGP Status enabled, rev. 3.0
    AGP Data Transfer Rate 8x
    AGP Max Rate 8x
    AGP Side Band Addressing supported, enabled

    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 512 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 200.5 MHz
    FSBRAM 1:1
    CAS# Latency 2.5 clocks
    RAS# to CAS# 4 clocks
    RAS# Precharge 4 clocks
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 7 clocks
    # of memory modules 2
    Module 0 OCZ DDR-SDRAM PC4200 - 256 MBytes
    Module 1 OCZ DDR-SDRAM PC4200 - 256 MBytes

    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c


    CPU-Z Report
    CPU-Z version 1.32.1.

    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 2 (1 Physical)
    CPU#1 APIC ID = 0
    Name Intel Pentium 4
    Code Name Northwood
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 2 5
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Brand ID 9
    Package mPGA-478
    Core Stepping M0
    Technology 0.13 um
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2
    CPU Clock Speed 3630.4 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 259.3 MHz
    Bus Speed 1037.3 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 8 KBytes, 4-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 512 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 3630.4 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits
    CPU#2 APIC ID = 1
    CPU Name Intel Pentium 4 (logical unit)

    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer
    Motherboard model Canterwood,
    BIOS vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD
    BIOS revision 6.00 PG
    BIOS release date 09/13/2004
    Chipset Intel i875P rev. A2
    Southbridge Intel 82801EB (ICH5) rev. 02
    Sensor chip Winbond W83627HF
    FSB Select 800 MHz
    Performance Mode enabled
    Graphic Interface AGP
    AGP Status enabled, rev. 3.0
    AGP Data Transfer Rate 8x
    AGP Max Rate 8x
    AGP Side Band Addressing supported, enabled

    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 512 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 259.3 MHz
    FSBRAM 1:1
    CAS# Latency 2.5 clocks
    RAS# to CAS# 4 clocks
    RAS# Precharge 4 clocks
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 7 clocks
    # of memory modules 2
    Module 0 OCZ DDR-SDRAM PC4200 - 256 MBytes
    Module 1 OCZ DDR-SDRAM PC4200 - 256 MBytes

    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=77780
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    Good lord !

    Replace all the code with this:

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    If in doubt, Google it.
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    Note: I attempted to upload CPUz html files but it did not worked. Sorry for posting all this stuff in here.

    Last time I ran this test I only did it with my machine overclocked. This time I repeated the test and I added non-overclocked results. I also increased the memory in my machine from 512 MB to 2GB but it did not help much. I also went from DDR to DDR2.

    Non-overcloked:

    Encoding time: 00:00:26

    Pentium D 920 non-overclocked @ 2.8 GHz
    Mobo FSB set to 200 MHz
    CPU-Z Report
    CPU-Z version 1.33.

    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 2
    CPU#1 APIC ID = 0
    Name Intel Pentium D 920
    Code Name Presler
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 6 2
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Package LGA 775
    Core Stepping B1
    Technology 65 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, EM64T
    CPU Clock Speed 2792.8 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 199.5 MHz
    Bus Speed 797.9 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 16 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 2048 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 2792.8 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits
    CPU#2 APIC ID = 1
    Name Intel Pentium D 920
    Code Name Presler
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 6 2
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Package LGA 775
    Core Stepping B1
    Technology 65 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, EM64T
    CPU Clock Speed 2792.8 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 199.5 MHz
    Bus Speed 797.9 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 16 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 2048 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 2792.8 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits

    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer ASRock
    Motherboard model 775Dual-880Pro, 1.00
    BIOS vendor American Megatrends Inc.
    BIOS revision P1.40
    BIOS release date 03/22/2006
    Chipset VIA PT880 Pro rev. 00
    Southbridge VIA VT8237 rev. 00
    Sensor chip Winbond W83697HF
    FSB Select 800 MHz
    Graphic Interface AGP
    AGP Status enabled, rev. 2.0
    AGP Data Transfer Rate 4x
    AGP Max Rate 4x
    AGP Side Band Addressing supported, enabled

    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR2-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 2048 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 266.0 MHz
    FSBRAM 3:4
    DRAM Interleave 4-way
    CAS# Latency 4.0 clocks
    RAS# to CAS# 4 clocks
    RAS# Precharge 4 clocks
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 12 clocks
    Command Rate 2T
    # of memory modules 2
    Module 0 Kingston DDR2 PC4300 - 1024 MBytes
    Module 1 Kingston DDR2 PC4300 - 1024 MBytes

    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c
    overcloked:

    Encoding time: 00:00:24

    Pentium D 920 overclocked @ 3 GHz
    Mobo FSB set to 215 MHz
    CPU-Z version 1.33.

    CPU(s)
    Number of CPUs 2
    CPU#1 APIC ID = 0
    Name Intel Pentium D 920
    Code Name Presler
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 6 2
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Package LGA 775
    Core Stepping B1
    Technology 65 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, EM64T
    CPU Clock Speed 3003.8 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 214.6 MHz
    Bus Speed 858.2 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 16 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 2048 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 3003.8 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits
    CPU#2 APIC ID = 1
    Name Intel Pentium D 920
    Code Name Presler
    Specification Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80GHz
    Family / Model / Stepping F 6 2
    Extended Family / Model 0 0
    Package LGA 775
    Core Stepping B1
    Technology 65 nm
    Supported Instructions Sets MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, EM64T
    CPU Clock Speed 3003.8 MHz
    Clock multiplier x 14.0
    Front Side Bus Frequency 214.6 MHz
    Bus Speed 858.2 MHz
    L1 Data Cache 16 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L1 Trace Cache 12 Kuops, 8-way set associative
    L2 Cache 2048 KBytes, 8-way set associative, 64 Bytes line size
    L2 Speed 3003.8 MHz (Full)
    L2 Location On Chip
    L2 Data Prefetch Logic yes
    L2 Bus Width 256 bits

    Mainboard and chipset
    Motherboard manufacturer ASRock
    Motherboard model 775Dual-880Pro, 1.00
    BIOS vendor American Megatrends Inc.
    BIOS revision P1.40
    BIOS release date 03/22/2006
    Chipset VIA PT880 Pro rev. 00
    Southbridge VIA VT8237 rev. 00
    Sensor chip Winbond W83697HF
    FSB Select 800 MHz
    Graphic Interface AGP
    AGP Status enabled, rev. 2.0
    AGP Data Transfer Rate 4x
    AGP Max Rate 4x
    AGP Side Band Addressing supported, enabled

    Memory
    DRAM Type DDR2-SDRAM
    DRAM Size 2048 MBytes
    DRAM Frequency 286.1 MHz
    FSBRAM 3:4
    DRAM Interleave 4-way
    CAS# Latency 4.0 clocks
    RAS# to CAS# 4 clocks
    RAS# Precharge 4 clocks
    Cycle Time (TRAS) 12 clocks
    Command Rate 2T
    # of memory modules 2
    Module 0 Kingston DDR2 PC4300 - 1024 MBytes
    Module 1 Kingston DDR2 PC4300 - 1024 MBytes

    Software
    Windows version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
    DirectX version 9.0c
    Common to both tests:

    Memory 2GB DDR2-533 CAS4
    Bios: 1.40

    Hard disks unfragmented. Transfer speed according SiSoft Sandra 2005.10.10.69:

    Drive C: Seagate 120GB 7.2K rpm => 38 MB/s
    Drive D: Hitachi 160GB 7.2K rpm => 41 MB/s

    Once again I tested encoding from drive C: and to D: and from Drive C: to C: and the encoding time was the same. Unfragmenting the disk did improve a lot the trasfer rate.

    Processes were not disabled. I just boot the system and ran the test. Power settings were set to normal for CPU and RAM during normal and overclocked tests.
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    sorry i know this is an old thread but i just built another cheep computer.. mobo mem and box cpu for 200 deleivered. its not the top of the line but its a lot faster than my other computer. i didnt take a cpuz of my stock numbers but its a amd 64 3200 clock 2.0 gig 512 crucial pc3200 cl2 biostar nforce 4 mb using 250g sata 3.0 hd. below are my OCed numbers i can get it a bit higher and keep it stable.. but im not done tweekin and want to get a better HSF etc.. 600mhz and a savings of about 14 seconds with the oc.

    first pic is stock second OCed



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  27. I see that there are currently no Intel Core 2 Duo systems benchmarked. I'll do mine as soon as I build it up - just waiting for components to arrive.
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  28. 1) Core 2 Duo E6300, 1 GB DDR 3200, TMPGEnc -> Option -> Environmental Setting -> CPU -> Saves analyzing result of multipass VBR to cache -> enabled: 26 seconds.

    2) Same as #1 with that last option disabled, 44 seconds.

    3) Same as #2 but using a single core (via Task Manager's processor affinity setting): 81 seconds.

    Note this is an unusual motherboard for a C2D. It has an AGP slot, two memory slots for DDR, and 2 memory slots for DDR2. I got it for free with the processor so I was able to use all the other parts from an old Northwood P4 system. Todays' Fry's ad shows this processor and motherboard combo for $170. That's less than the price of the chip alone ($180) a NewEgg today.
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  29. 26 seconds is a very, very quick time indeed. 8)

    I'll be benchmarking on the Asus P5W64 WS Professional using the E6400 and 2GB of DDR2 PC6400 (800MHz) RAM.
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  30. 1) Athlon 64 X2 3800+, 1 GB DDR 3200, TMPGEnc -> Option -> Environmental Setting -> CPU -> Saves analyzing result of multipass VBR to cache -> enabled: 22 seconds.

    2) Same as #1 with that last option disabled, 35 seconds.

    3) Same as #2 but using a single core (via Task Manager's processor affinity setting): 68 seconds.
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