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Welcome to the DIY-Street.com Stock Speed Database. Please take a moment to read below so that you don't end up sending us a nasty email/pm when you didn't follow directions and had your post deleted!

 

 

  • 1. You can create a new thread only if your RAM/Motherboard combination does not already have an entry started for it. If your RAM/Motherboard combination already exists, please post your entry and then immediately alert a moderator (since all threads are locked except the Discussion threads).
     
     
     
  • 2. In the future, we will probably condense threads together by motherboard model. For now, a new thread must be made.
     
     
     
  • 4. Database threads are ONLY for posting your DETAILED STOCK SPEED SETUP & RESULTS
     
    A Detailed Stock Speed DataBase entry will contain this WITHOUT exceptions:
     
    Complete detailed specs, including voltages, timings, bios version, exact model of hardware and exact stepping of cpu, etc.
    (BIOS screens are acceptable, but you MUST stick with text for details so that users can use the SEARCH function to find exactly what they want.)
     
    You MUST complete the following benchmarks, in the following manner:
     
     
    • pic #1 - For single-core cpu's run SP2004 (single-core cpu's). For multiple-core cpu's run Orthos or multi-threaded Prime95 32Bit , Prime95 64Bit .
       
      Use "Blend" option. (see THIS PICTURE for details).
       
      The SP2004 (single-core cpu's) or Orthos, Prime95 (multi-core cpu's) tests MUST be run a minimum of 24 hours.
       
      The first screenshot MUST contain the following:, 2x CPU-Z (latest) screens, one showing the first tab (cpu info) and one showing the memory tab (timings), along with one finished benchmark of 3dMark2001SE.
       
      The Screenshot should clearly show all of the above in the SAME picture.
       
      Again, please refer to THIS PICTURE for details if you don't understand.
       
       
    • pic #2 - 3dMark2003 completed benchmark
       
    • pic #3 - 3dMark2005 completed benchmark
       
    • pic #4 - 3dMark2006 completed benchmark
       
    • pic #5 (OPTIONAL) - Aquamark 3 is NOT a requirement, but is still recommended to run just for comparison against earlier OCDB entries if it will run on your rig.

     

    DO NOT GET CREATIVE AND ADD ADDITIONAL SCREENSHOTS OF ANYTHING!

     

     

     

    [*]5. Discussion threads - Discussion threads are to be used for specific discussion of the results/achievements/settings in the Database threads. Use the discussion threads to ask another user about his/her overclock in the Database thread and use the links directly to it.

 

 

 

Per forum rules NO images can be larger than 800x600 if posted on the forum.

 

Use a URL link or thumbnail from Image Shack or your favorite hosting site for oversized (larger than 800x600) images.

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SSDB FAQ

 

  • If you have questions on any of the above post in the appropriate discussion thread or contact a moderator BEFORE posting in the SSDB.
     
     
  • Entries that are not within the rules will be deleted immediately.
     
     
  • Save your work in notepad/word and the template in the event of a deletion.
     
     
  • Members should EDIT their original entry UNLESS there has been a HARDWARE CHANGE (cpu, RAM, or motherboard. Video cards, hdd's, etc do not count).
     
     
  • MAKE SURE YOU CHANGE THE VALUES WITHIN THE TEMPLATE TO YOUR OWN VALUES/SETTINGS.
     
     
  • THEN COPY THE TEXT FROM THE TEMPLATE INTO THE STOCK SPEED DATABASE ENTRY POST YOU ARE MAKING!!!
     
  • You will notice some early OCDB/SSDB Entries used Prime95. Please ignore this as we've moved to SP2004/Orthos as it has a better GUI. There is NO DIFFERENCE (SP2004/Orthos is simply a GUI on top of Prime95's code).
     
     
  • If you wish to enter a motherboard that does not have a template already created, you MUST create one and you MUST submit the template along with the proper screens of your motherboard's BIOS to us. If it is a properly definied template, we will host it for others who have your motherboard, and you will then be allowed to submit your entry.
     
     
  • Entries submitted without proper templates will be deleted WITHOUT NOTICE

 

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