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  1. Techarp is hosting a new HD x264 benchmark. Have a look and run it on your system to help populate the data table.

    Basically, you run the test encode of an HD sample (1280x720) and it will report back frames-per-second values for your machine @ it's clock/overclock level. You can run it at your stock settings and at your overclock settings to see how your machine compares to others in the database.

    My goal is to have a representative set of data for many different chips and chipsets. Please just report your results here in this thread. I will keep the data at that url to keep things simple.

    Thanks all and enjoy!

    The following image will be updated automatically as new data comes in. It doesn't display any results, but it does show the number of data points collected so far and how they break down by CPU type:

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    Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo T7200
    6.0 x 166.2 MHz
    DDR2 5-5-5-12 @ 333
    Intel i945GM rev. 03
    Microsoft Windows Vista (6.0) Ultimate Edition (Build 6000)


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 21.13 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 20.28 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 19.66 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 19.55 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.17 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.07 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.91 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.86 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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  3. Thanks as always, Baldrick!
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    intel core 2 quad 6600
    kentsfield
    9x256.1
    ddr2 3-4-4-10 2t @256.1
    via pt880pro chipset
    ms winXP sp2


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 46.14 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 46.47 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 46.63 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 46.12 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 13.03 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 13.01 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 12.97 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 12.97 fps, 3952.85 kb/s
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  5. AMD ATHLON 64 X2 4800+
    TOLEDO
    12.0X200.9
    DDR 2.5-3-3-8 2T @134.0MHZ
    NVIDIA NF-CK804
    MS WIN XP HOME SP2


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 23.05 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 23.02 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 23.16 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 23.11 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.63 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.62 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.65 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.65 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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  6. Cool, thanks for the data guys!
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    Vista Ultimate 32-bit


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
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    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 23.37 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 23.39 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 23.39 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.56 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.56 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.46 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 5.47 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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  8. Thanks bmo, added.
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    AMD Phenom 9500 Agena
    11 X 225Mhz (Overclocked 25Mhz to 2477Mhz)
    DDR2 5-5-5-18 @ 450Mhz (DDR1066)
    AMD ID9600 Chipset
    Vista Home Premium 32Bit

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 51.33 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 50.90 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 50.84 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 51.10 fps, 3905.42 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 12.59 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 12.67 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 12.66 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 12.71 fps, 3952.85 kb/s

    This is a new Gigabyte MA78GM-S2H AM2+ motherboard and I am still optimizing the settings.

    EDIT: Here's a overclock to 2.6Ghz

    AMD Phenom 9500 Agena
    11 X 236Mhz (Overclocked 36Mhz to 2602Mhz)
    DDR2 5-5-5-18 @ 473Mhz (DDR1066)
    AMD ID9600 Chipset
    Vista Home Premium 32Bit

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 56.26 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 56.12 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 56.02 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 56.05 fps, 3904.67 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 13.77 fps, 3952.97 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 13.78 fps, 3952.97 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 13.77 fps, 3952.97 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 13.80 fps, 3952.97 kb/s

    CPU idle=27C CPU max=44C
    TLB errata patch disabled.
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  10. Killer man, tough to find AMD folks these days. Thanks!
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    Greetings, here are my results.

    P4 D805 (stock speeds)
    2.6Ghz 20x133MHz
    FSB 533MHz (Mem and CPU)
    4-4-4-10
    nForce4 680i mobo
    Win XP 32

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 14.96 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.08 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.10 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.11 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.76 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.75 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.75 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.76 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ******
    Same P4 D805 OC'ed to 4GHz (watercooled)
    20x200
    FSB 800MHz (Mem and CPU)

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 17.08 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.47 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.24 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.16 fps, 3905.09 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.98 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.87 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.84 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.81 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ******
    AMD 3500 2.2GHz 11x200
    KN8 nForce mobo nForce 4
    2.5-4-4-7
    Win XP 32

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 10.66 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 11.51 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 11.51 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 11.52 fps, 3902.58 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.64 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.64 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.63 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 2.64 fps, 3936.11 kb/s

    Seems I have the wimpy rigs compared to those above me, haha. I'm a bit surprised to see the extra 1.4GHz on my overclocked D805 did not yield a larger difference. Glad to see the info on the Q6600 because that is what I was thinking my next OC'able upgrade might be.

    Cheers,
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    rick - just don't get a motherboard with a via pt880pro chipset. it won't oc for crap. anything over a 10% oc won't post. i'm going to switch to a p35 chipset board next week.
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    Originally Posted by aedipuss
    rick - just don't get a motherboard with a via pt880pro chipset. it won't oc for crap. anything over a 10% oc won't post. i'm going to switch to a p35 chipset board next week.
    Get a GIGABYTE P35 mobo for your Core 2 Quad cpu.
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  14. @RickA - Thanks for taking the time to bench those systems! First off, I've seen how the Pentium D's overclock doesn't scale before and I can't explain it either

    A few questions so I can add your results:

    Does the Pentium D system use DDR, SDRAM, or DDR2 memory?
    What codename does your Athlon X2 3500+ have? There are three possibilities CPU-Z should tell you which one you have. Also, what speed is the memory on that system, and is it DDR or DDR2?

    Thanks man!
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    AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ Windsor
    14 X 200Mhz (No overclock)
    ATI RS690/RS690M Chipset
    DDR2 5-5-5-18 (2GB DDR800)
    Vista Home Premium 32Bit

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 29.17 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 29.24 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 28.99 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 27.18 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.80 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.79 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.78 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.79 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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  16. Thanks redwudz - what speed does your RAM run at (CPUZ can show you on the memory tab)... I'm guessing it's 400 MHz?
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    ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe
    SUPER TALENT 2x 1GB DDR2 5-5-5-15
    WESTERN DIGITAL 2x 500GB
    COOLER MASTER case
    THERMALTAKE fans
    Xp Pro hosting 40-some processes
    cool & quiet

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 28.76 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 28.94 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 29.01 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 29.01 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.56 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.64 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.64 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 6.64 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    Just for this test, I moved AviSynth for the batch if exist "%PROGRAMFILES%\AviSynth 2.5"...!
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  18. Thanks for the data, luigi - will update the table shortly.
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    Thanks all for your input, greatly appreciated. I'm sporting a BFG 680i SLI mobo with the P4 D805 and finding it the friendliest OC board I have used yet. It is also the first one (and rig) that I seriously looked in to with OC'ing in mind. Still much to learn. If you have more OC advice (prefered CPU's, mobo's, etc) I would like to hear it, please feel free to PM.

    Graysky - my apologies, I ment to post the extra info you asked for. The D805 has DDR2. The AMD has DDR and is not overclocked, codename Venice, memspeed 200MHz 1:1 FSBRAM. It is not an X2 (dual core-?), just a normal Athlon 64. My P4 is the only dual core I have. If there is any way I can help out more with the testing please say.

    Here is another test run with the D805 with FSB at 533MHz (2.6GHz stock) and Mem (PC2-6400)
    at 800 MHz. Not much of a change between the 533MHz mem clock.

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.03 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.00 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 14.97 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 15.05 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.73 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.73 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.75 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 3.76 fps, 3942.92 kb/s


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  20. Cool, thanks for the update. Tables are now current.
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    8 Core Mac Pro

    Each Proc (x2) - there's 2 physical processors=
    Number of cores 4 (max 4)
    Number of threads 4 (max 4)
    Name Intel Xeon X5365
    Codename Clovertown
    Specification Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5365 @ 3.00GHz
    Package Socket 771 LGA (platform ID = 6h)
    Core Speed 1995.1 MHz (6.0 x 332.5 MHz)
    Rated Bus speed 1330.0 MHz
    Stock frequency 3000 MHz
    Memory Type FB-DDR2
    Memory Size 4096 MBytes
    Memory Frequency 332.5 MHz (1:1)
    Timings table
    Frequency (MHz) 333
    CAS# 5.0
    RAS# to CAS# delay 5
    RAS# Precharge 5
    TRAS 15
    TRC 20

    XPPro- 64SP1


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 62.06 fps, 3904.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 61.77 fps, 3904.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 61.57 fps, 3904.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 61.90 fps, 3904.94 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 31.95 fps, 3974.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 31.87 fps, 3974.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 31.86 fps, 3974.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 32.03 fps, 3974.08 kb/s
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    Originally Posted by graysky
    Thanks redwudz - what speed does your RAM run at (CPUZ can show you on the memory tab)... I'm guessing it's 400 MHz?
    Yes, DRAM Frequency = 400.9Hhz to be exact.
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    And my desktop computer:
    Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Manchester
    10 x 200 MHz
    2GB 2.5-3-3-7 DDR 167MHz
    Nvidia nForce4
    Windows XP Pro SP2


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.59 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.59 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.44 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.62 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.55 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.55 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.55 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.55 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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    Baldrick said -

    Soopafresh: ieek.gif smile.gif

    I know. It's not mine, it's the fastest computer at work. If I added my home computer to this test, the result would be in frames per day (fpd)
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    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
    Code name: Conroe
    Core Speed: 3059.9 MHz
    Multiplier x Bus speed: 9.0 x 340.0 MHz
    Motherborad: ASUS P5B-Deluxe
    Memory: 5-6-6-18
    OS: XP SP2

    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 33.56 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 33.50 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 33.44 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 33.52 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.55 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.53 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.55 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 8.54 fps, 3942.92 kb/s
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  26. @Soopafresh- thanks man, that system is smokin'
    @Baldrick - thanks again, got it.
    @Chrissyboy - Cool man, got it, just one question... what frequency is your RAM clocked at?
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    Originally Posted by graysky
    @Chrissyboy - Cool man, got it, just one question... what frequency is your RAM clocked at?
    Sorry... Memory Frequency: 340.0 MHz

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    That AMD Phenom proc that redwudz is using seems to be very fast for the money. It's up there with the Q6600 in fps encoding speed, but it's $70 cheaper that the Q6600 on NewEgg. That MacPro at work is a screamer, but the cost/performance ratio is nowhere near the other machines posted above. It's around 2.5x faster than a nice Q6600 system, but it's 4.5x the price.
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  29. @Soopa - yep, it seems like you'll always pay a major premium for that last 5-10 % on the price/performance curve
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    Intel Pentium D 935 Presler 3.2GHz
    Intel DG965WHMKR Motherboard
    2GB G.SKILL DDR2 800
    Timing 5-5-5-15
    Windows 2000 SP4


    ---------- RUN1PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.28 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.33 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.32 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS1.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 18.32 fps, 3905.08 kb/s

    ---------- RUN1PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.52 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN2PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.52 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN3PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.52 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    ---------- RUN4PASS2.LOG
    encoded 1442 frames, 4.51 fps, 3942.92 kb/s

    If I could find a motherboard for my Socket 478 3.2 Pentium 4 I'd run a test for it.
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