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or ? would be the correct guess.... :)

 

A friend is sending them to me.

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The beast is loose and squeaking.....

 

Computer:
  Operating System								  Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  OS Service Pack								   Service Pack 2
  DirectX										   4.09.00.0904 (DirectX 9.0c)
  Computer Name									 DESKTOP
  User Name										 shortridge

Motherboard:
  CPU Type										  2x , 2400 MHz (7 x 343)
  Motherboard Name								  Unknown
  Motherboard Chipset							   Unknown
  System Memory									 2048 MB
  BIOS Type										 Award Modular (01/04/08)
  Communication Port								Communications Port (COM1)
  Communication Port								Printer Port (LPT1)

Display:
  Video Adapter									 NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT  (256 MB)
  Monitor										   Compaq MV520  [15" CRT]  (915BE48QHK70)

Multimedia:
  Audio Adapter									 Realtek HD Audio output

Storage:
  IDE Controller									Intel(R) ICH9 2 port Serial ATA Storage Controller 2 - 2926
  IDE Controller									Intel(R) ICH9 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller 1 - 2920
  SCSI/RAID Controller							  GIGABYTE GBB36X Controller
  Disk Drive										WDC WD7500AAKS-00RBA0  (698 GB, IDE)
  Disk Drive										ST312081 4A SCSI Disk Device  (111 GB)
  Disk Drive										EPSON Stylus Storage USB Device
  Optical Drive									 TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B
  SMART Hard Disks Status						   OK

Partitions:
  C: (NTFS)										 14998 MB (14211 MB free)
  E: (NTFS)										 99464 MB (92975 MB free)
  F: (NTFS)										 715394 MB (703395 MB free)
  Total Size										810.4 GB (791.6 GB free)

Input:
  Keyboard										  HID Keyboard Device
  Mouse											 HID-compliant MX310 Optical Mouse

Network:
  Network Adapter								   Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC  (192.168.1.2)

Peripherals:
  USB1 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2934 [NoDB]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2935 [NoDB]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2936 [NoDB]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2937 [NoDB]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2938 [NoDB]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2939 [NoDB]
  USB2 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB2 Enhanced Host Controller - 293A [NoDB]
  USB2 Controller								   Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB2 Enhanced Host Controller - 293C [NoDB]
  USB Device										USB Composite Device
  USB Device										USB Composite Device
  USB Device										USB Human Interface Device
  USB Device										USB Human Interface Device
  USB Device										USB Human Interface Device
  USB Device										USB Mass Storage Device
  USB Device										USB Printing Support

HDD			 ST312081 4A SCSI Disk Device
HDD			 ST3120814A
Motherboard	  EP35-DS3R F2
Motherboard	 01/04/2008-P35-ICH9-6A89OG0NC-00
Motherboard	 DMIMOBO: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. EP35-DS3R
Motherboard	 DMISYS: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. EP35-DS3R
Optical		 TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B
PCI/AGP		 10DE-0402: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 197B-2363: GIGABYTE GBB36X Controller [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2916: Intel(R) ICH9R LPC Interface Controller - 2916 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2920: Intel(R) ICH9 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller 1 - 2920 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2926: Intel(R) ICH9 2 port Serial ATA Storage Controller 2 - 2926 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2930: Intel(R) ICH9 Family SMBus Controller - 2930 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2934: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2934 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2935: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2935 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2936: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2936 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2937: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2937 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2938: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2938 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2939: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 2939 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-293A: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB2 Enhanced Host Controller - 293A [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-293C: Intel(R) ICH9 Family USB2 Enhanced Host Controller - 293C [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-293E: Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2940: Intel(R) ICH9 Family PCI Express Root Port 1 - 2940 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2946: Intel(R) ICH9 Family PCI Express Root Port 4 - 2946 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-2948: Intel(R) ICH9 Family PCI Express Root Port 5 - 2948 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-29C0: Intel(R) G33/G31/P35 Express Chipset Processor to I/O Controller - 29C0 [NoDB]
PCI/AGP		 8086-29C1: Intel(R) G33/G31/P35 Express Chipset PCI Express Root Port - 29C1 [NoDB]

 

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That is from Everest....I saw it too, but I saw CPU-Z reported it correctly so I wasn't concerned.

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Temp whilst preparing files, just getting started...

 

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Encoding....

 

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Approx. 15 minutes in...43% complete

 

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Task Manager...

 

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Nevermind the final times, I was messing with the system clock...for some reason it thinks it's 8:24 in the morning here.

 

[04:57:41] One Click encoding activated...
-----------------
[04:57:42] Phase I, PREPARATION started.
- VTS_01: 3,604,975 sectors.
-- Scanning and writing .D2V file
-- Processed 200,517 frames.
-- Building .AVS and .ECL files
- VTS_02: 131,944 sectors.
-- Scanning and writing .D2V file
-- Processed 13,403 frames.
-- Building .AVS and .ECL files
- Reduction Level for DVD-5: 61.4%
- Overall Bitrate : 3,510Kbs
- Space for Video : 3,823,276KB
- HIGH/LOW/AVERAGE Cell Bitrates: 8,808/1,950/3,510 Kbs
[05:02:45] Phase I, PREPARATION completed in 5 minutes.
[05:02:45] Phase II ENCODING started
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 0
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 1
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 2
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 3
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 4
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 5
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 6
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- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 10
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 11
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- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 20
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- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 31
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- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 33
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 34
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 35
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 36
- Creating M2V for VTS_01 segment 37
- Creating M2V for VTS_02 segment 0
- Creating M2V for VTS_02 segment 1
- Creating M2V for VTS_02 segment 2
- Creating M2V for VTS_02 segment 3
- Creating M2V for VTS_02 segment 4
- Creating M2V for VTS_02 segment 5
- Creating M2V for VTS_02 segment 6
[05:36:06] Phase II ENCODING completed in  34 minutes.
[05:36:06] Phase III, REBUILD started.
- Copying IFO, BUP, and unaltered files...
- Processing VTS_01
 - Reading/processing TMAP table...
 - Rebuilding segment 0 VOBID: 1 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_01
 - Rebuilding segment 1 VOBID: 2 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_02
 - Rebuilding segment 2 VOBID: 3 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_03
 - Rebuilding segment 3 VOBID: 4 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_04
 - Rebuilding segment 4 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 1
 - Rebuilding segment 5 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 2
 - Rebuilding segment 6 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 3
 - Rebuilding segment 7 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 4
 - Rebuilding segment 8 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 5
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 - Rebuilding segment 18 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 15
 - Rebuilding segment 19 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 16
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_05
 - Rebuilding segment 20 VOBID: 6 CELLID: 1
 - Rebuilding segment 21 VOBID: 6 CELLID: 2
 - Rebuilding segment 22 VOBID: 6 CELLID: 3
 - Rebuilding segment 23 VOBID: 6 CELLID: 4
 - Rebuilding segment 24 VOBID: 6 CELLID: 5
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_06
 - Rebuilding segment 25 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 1
 - Rebuilding segment 26 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 2
 - Rebuilding segment 27 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 3
 - Rebuilding segment 28 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 4
 - Rebuilding segment 29 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 5
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 - Rebuilding segment 33 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 9
 - Rebuilding segment 34 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 10
 - Rebuilding segment 35 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 11
 - Rebuilding segment 36 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 12
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_07
 - Rebuilding segment 37 VOBID: 8 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_08
 - Updated VTS_C_ADT.
 - Updated VTS_VOBU_ADMAP.
- Updated IFO: VTS_01_0.IFO
 - Updating TMAP table...
- Processing VTS_02
 - Reading/processing TMAP table...
 - Rebuilding segment 0 VOBID: 1 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_01
 - Rebuilding segment 1 VOBID: 2 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_02
 - Rebuilding segment 2 VOBID: 3 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_03
 - Rebuilding segment 3 VOBID: 4 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_04
 - Rebuilding segment 4 VOBID: 5 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_05
 - Rebuilding segment 5 VOBID: 6 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_06
 - Rebuilding segment 6 VOBID: 7 CELLID: 1
 - Updating NAVPACKS for VOBID_07
 - Updated VTS_C_ADT.
 - Updated VTS_VOBU_ADMAP.
- Updated IFO: VTS_02_0.IFO
 - Updating TMAP table...
Correcting VTS Sectors...
[08:17:54] Phase III, REBUILD completed in-2719 minutes.

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That is from Everest....I saw it too, but I saw CPU-Z reported it correctly so I wasn't concerned.

 

--------[ EVEREST Ultimate Edition ]------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Version										   EVEREST v4.20.1170
Benchmark Module								  2.3.212.0
Homepage										  http://www.lavalys.com/
Report Type									   Quick Report
Computer										  ASCII-C2Q
Generator										 Ascii
Operating System								  Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600 (WinXP Retail)
Date											  2008-03-13
Time											  21:22


--------[ Summary ]-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Computer:
  Computer Type									 ACPI Multiprocessor PC
  Operating System								  Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  OS Service Pack								   Service Pack 2
  Internet Explorer								 7.0.5730.11 (IE 7.0)
  DirectX										   4.09.00.0904 (DirectX 9.0c)
  Computer Name									 ASCII-C2Q
  User Name										 Ascii
  Logon Domain									  ASCII-C2Q
  Date / Time									   2008-03-13 / 21:22

Motherboard:
  CPU Type										  QuadCore Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600, 2400 MHz (9 x 267)
  Motherboard Name								  MSI 975X Platinum PowerUp Edition (MS-7246)  (2 PCI, 2 PCI-E x1, 2 PCI-E x16, 4 DDR2 DIMM, Audio, Gigabit LAN, IEEE-1394)
  Motherboard Chipset							   Intel Glenwood-DG i975X
  System Memory									 3328 MB  (DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM)
  BIOS Type										 Award (09/17/07)
  Communication Port								Communications Port (COM1)
  Communication Port								ECP Printer Port (LPT1)

Display:
  Video Adapter									 Radeon X1950 Series Secondary  (256 MB)
  Video Adapter									 Radeon X1950 Series  (256 MB)
  3D Accelerator									ATI Radeon X1950 XT (R580)
  Monitor										   Sharp HDMI  (160016843009)

Multimedia:
  Audio Adapter									 Creative Audigy 2 ZS (SB0350) Sound Card

Storage:
  IDE Controller									Intel(R) 82801G (ICH7 Family) Ultra ATA Storage Controllers - 27DF
  IDE Controller									Intel(R) 82801GB/GR/GH (ICH7 Family) Serial ATA Storage Controller - 27C0
  Storage Controller								SCSI/RAID Host Controller
  Floppy Drive									  Floppy disk drive
  Disk Drive										Maxtor 6V250F0  (250 GB, 7200 RPM, SATA-II)
  Disk Drive										WD 5000AAV External USB Device  (465 GB, USB)
  Disk Drive										WDC WD2500JS-00MHB0  (232 GB, IDE)
  Optical Drive									 ASCII 1967 SCSI CdRom Device
  Optical Drive									 ATAPI DVD A  DH20A4P USB Device
  Optical Drive									 ATAPI DVD A  DH20A4P USB Device
  Optical Drive									 BENHUR SPARTAN SCSI CdRom Device
  Optical Drive									 BENQ DVD LS DW1655 USB Device  (DVD+R9:8x, DVD-R9:4x, DVD+RW:16x/8x, DVD-RW:16x/6x, DVD-ROM:16x, CD:48x/32x/48x DVD+RW/DVD-RW)
  Optical Drive									 LITEOFF 163D SCSI CdRom Device
  Optical Drive									 LITE-ON DVDRW SHW-160P6S  (DVD+R9:8x, DVD-R9:4x, DVD+RW:16x/8x, DVD-RW:16x/6x, DVD-ROM:16x, CD:48x/24x/48x DVD+RW/DVD-RW)
  Optical Drive									 PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-202  (4x/2x/5x BD-RE)
  Optical Drive									 PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-111 USB Device  (DVD+R9:8x, DVD-R9:8x, DVD+RW:16x/8x, DVD-RW:16x/6x, DVD-RAM:5x, DVD-ROM:16x, CD:40x/32x/40x DVD+RW/DVD-RW/DVD-RAM)
  Optical Drive									 PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-112L USB Device  (DVD+R9:10x, DVD-R9:10x, DVD+RW:18x/8x, DVD-RW:16x/6x, DVD-RAM:12x, DVD-ROM:16x, CD:40x/32x/40x DVD+RW/DVD-RW/DVD-RAM)
  Optical Drive									 SAMSON DELILAH SCSI CdRom Device
  Optical Drive									 TSSTcorp DVD-ROM SH-D163A  (16x/48x DVD-ROM)
  SMART Hard Disks Status						   OK

Partitions:
  C: (FAT32)										11496 MB (7177 MB free)
  D: (NTFS)										 80670 MB (26837 MB free)
  E: (NTFS)										 113851 MB (12663 MB free)
  F: (NTFS)										 113113 MB (81641 MB free)
  G: (NTFS)										 53050 MB (13095 MB free)
  H: (NTFS)										 105646 MB (20019 MB free)
  Q: (NTFS)										 476937 MB (278941 MB free)
  Total Size										932.4 GB (430.1 GB free)

Input:
  Keyboard										  Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
  Mouse											 PS/2 Compatible Mouse

Network:
  Primary IP Address								192.168.2.122
  Primary MAC Address							   00-16-17-92-CB-FD
  Network Adapter								   Intel(R) PRO/1000 PL Network Connection  (192.168.2.122)

Peripherals:
  FireWire Controller							   Creative Audigy IEEE1394 Firewire Controller (PHY: TI TSB41AB1/2)
  USB1 Controller								   Intel 82801GB ICH7 - USB Universal Host Controller [A-1]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel 82801GB ICH7 - USB Universal Host Controller [A-1]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel 82801GB ICH7 - USB Universal Host Controller [A-1]
  USB1 Controller								   Intel 82801GB ICH7 - USB Universal Host Controller [A-1]
  USB1 Controller								   VIA Vectro VT6212 PCI-USB Universal Host Controller
  USB1 Controller								   VIA Vectro VT6212 PCI-USB Universal Host Controller
  USB2 Controller								   Intel 82801GB ICH7 - Enhanced USB2 Controller [A-1]
  USB2 Controller								   VIA Vectro VT6212 USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller
  USB Device										USB Mass Storage Device
  USB Device										USB Mass Storage Device
  USB Device										USB Mass Storage Device
  USB Device										USB Mass Storage Device
  USB Device										USB Mass Storage Device
  USB Device										USB Mass Storage Device

DMI:
  DMI BIOS Vendor								   Phoenix Technologies, LTD
  DMI BIOS Version								  V7.7B1
  DMI System Manufacturer						   
  DMI System Product								
  DMI System Version								
  DMI System Serial Number						  
  DMI Motherboard Manufacturer					  MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD
  DMI Motherboard Product						   MS-7246
  DMI Motherboard Version						   2.1
  DMI Motherboard Serial Number					 
  DMI Chassis Manufacturer						  
  DMI Chassis Version							   
  DMI Chassis Serial Number						 
  DMI Chassis Asset Tag							 
  DMI Chassis Type								  Desktop Case
  DMI Total / Free Memory Sockets				   4 / 0

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I wish the inside of my computer looked that nice and well organized. :)

 

All my hard disks are still lying on the floor outside of the case.

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LMAO...do you want me to come over and put them in for you?

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What is the model of that case, I like the way the layout and frame work look. Any pics from the outside? (Front, Side, Rear)

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It's an el cheapo CoolMax case, I can't remember the model number off the top of my head. I'm wishing I'd got a case with tool less drives. I haven't taken any pictures of the outside....

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Hmm, no clear side and the USB ports on the bottom of the front with that little door drive me nuts. I have an old RaidMax with color changing LED Bubble tubes like that. In fact inside they look almost the same for the most part other than it has a clear side. I've been trying to find something like it with better USB, a clear side with CPU tube and 120mm fans. Has plenty of room for cables. My Ultra Grid kinda sucks for room and the curved metal is annoying, especially when some edges are still sharp, so they made tight squeezes for fans and getting tools in for the PCI slots only to still have edges that cut. I'm not too impressed with the tool-less drive stuff, could be my Grid case though...wimpy little spring loaded things holding one side then a plastic deal with little spikes that poke in one side and twist a knob. Opticals and Floppy wiggled and the HDDs made noise. Popped those things out and used all screws where the plastic things went and all is good now.

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If I had money to dump I would have liked the Antec 900.

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LMAO...do you want me to come over and put them in for you?

 

You need to bring a sledge hammer to get them to fit into the case. <_<

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LMAO...do you want me to come over and put them in for you?

 

You need to bring a sledge hammer to get them to fit into the case. <_<

 

I would throw in a foot massage if you didn't already have a man... :whistling:

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Yeah, I've been watching that one too. If it were cheaper I'd probably go for it, but that big giant fan on top going out is what I'm worried about. I haven't seen a replacement for it yet. I guess it could still serve as a top vent though since heat rises. I may get one of those little box things with a handle and put a micro board in it for gaming too. I just can't decide. I like my E8400, but sold my backup PC parts on Ebay, so need to build another. I want a Quad- Either Q6600 or if Intel ever makes a cheap 45nm Quad. I had been a die-hard AMD/Ati guy for a long time, but they have been lagging behind in cache forever, then when they merged with Ati both now suck. I have yet to get any of my Ati cards output true HD. After the AIW 8500 they dropped analog tuners that used to get in channels with rabbit ears and went to digital that required cable...then everything went HD now so all their tuners are useless. There programmers making their drivers are idiots. I knew they were going down hill as soon as none of them could program anymore and went to a .NET Control Panel. Every time I download the drivers I rip out the stupid CCC folder and put the old Control Panel back. Much more stable and it only misses a couple options.

 

I love the Intel stuff now, and so far the 8800GT works with everything except PowerDVD 5...for some reason the install blows up when it used to work fine with my old stuff.

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I'm impressed with this Q6600 so far....I was originally looking at the E8400, but I missed the boat on the sales.

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I need to put up another Everest log now that everything seems to be in order. Chewy will be happy there is no JMicron in there. :)

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just let me know when your latency makes it below 46ns with these new machine

 

Athlon64 3500+ 2250 MHz Asus A8V Deluxe K8T800Pro Dual DDR500 2.5-4-4-10 CR1 46.0 ns

Athlon64 X2 Black 6400+ 3200 MHz MSI K9N SLI Platinum nForce570SLI Dual DDR2-800 4-4-4-11 CR1 47.2 ns

 

everest has me in the registry

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