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AMD's Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Black Edition
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3D-Games
Warhammer Mark of Chaos Version: 1.006.000
Video Mode: 1280x1024
Video Quality: game default
Multiple CPU/Core

Demo: THG Timedemo (1 minutes)
Quake 4 Version: 1.3 Final
Video Mode: 1280x1024
Video Quality: game default

Benchmark I: THG Timedemo
Benchmark II: playnettimedemo id_demo001
(official ID-Soft NetTimeDemo)
Unreal Tournament 2004 Version: 3369
UMark: 2.0.0
Video Mode: 1280x1024
High Image Quality
Bots: 16

Benchmark: AS-Junkyard
Serious Sam 2 Version: 2.070
Video Mode: 1024x768
HDR Rendering: off
Renderer: Direct3D
Filtering mode: none
Antialiasing mode: none

Benchmark: Greendale
F.E.A.R Version: 1.08 Retail
Video Mode: 1280x1024
Computer: High
Graphics Card: Custom
FSAA: off
Texture Filtering: Trilinear

Benchmark: Performance Test
Supreme Commander Version: 3.220
Video Mode: 1024x768
Video Quality: game default
Vsync = off

Benchmark: real 60 second game
with real three computer physics
Prey Version: 1.3
Video Mode: 1280x1024
Video Quality: game default
Vsync = off

Benchmark: THG-Demo
Audio
iTunes 7.2 Version: 7.1.1.5
Audio CD "Terminator II SE", 53 min
High Quality (160 kbps)
Lame MP3 Version 3.98 Beta 3 (05-22-2007)
Audio CD "Terminator II SE", 53 min
wave to mp3
160 kbps
Video
Pinnacle Studio 11 Plus Version: 11.0.0.5082
Encoding and Transition Rendering
Private MPEG2-Cam-Movie
Video: 720 x 480 Pixel, NTSC, 6000 kbits/sec
Audio: MPEG Layer 2, 224 kbits/sec 16 Bit, Stereo 48 KHz

File Type: MPEG-2 (DVD Compatible)
TMPEG 4.2 Version: 4.2.10.211
import file:
Terminator 2 SE DVD (720x576, 16:9) 2 Minutes
Dolby Digital, 48000 Hz, 6-Kanal, English
Advanced Acoustic Engine MP3 Encoder (160 kbps)
DivX 6.6.1 Version: 6.6.1

- Main Menu -
Profile: Home Theater Profile (720 x 576)
1-pass, 780 kbit/s
- Codec Menu -
Encoding mode: Insane Quality
Enhanced multithreading
XviD 1.1.2 Version: 1.1.2 (01/11/2006)
Target quantizer: 1.00 (maximum quality)
Clone DVD 2 Version: 2.908
DVD "Terminator II SE" (English version)
Transcoding from DVD-9 to DVD-4.7
Audio: English Dolby AC-3/6 (surround) - DTS
Subtitle: no
Mainconcept H.264 Encoder Version: 2.0
MPEG2 to MPEG2 (H.264)
MainConcept H.264/AVC Codec
24 sec HDTV 1920x1080 (MPEG2)

Audio: MPEG Layer 2 (48 kHz, 2 Channel, 16 Bit)
Stream: Transport
Codec: H.264
Mode: NTSC (29.97 FPS)
Profile: High
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 HDTV
Windows Media Encoder 9.1 AP HDTV
Windows Audio Encoder 10 Pro
Version: 2.0
NTSC MPEG2-HDTV 1920x1080 (24 sec)

Import: Mainconcept NTSC HDTV 1080i
Export: Adobe Media Encoder

- Video -
Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile
Encoding Passes: one
Bitrate Mode: Constant
Frame: 1920x1080
Frame Rate: 29.97
Maximum Bitrate [kbps]: 2000
Image Quality: 50.00

- Audio -
Windows Media Audio 10 Professional
Encoding Passes: one
Bitrate Mode: Constant
Audio Format: 160 kbps, 44.1 kHz, 2 channel 16 bit (A/V) CBR
HD Playback (Blue Ray) PowerDVD HD 7.3
Blue Ray - Disc (James Bond - Casino Royale)
Video Mode: 1920x1080p (full screen)
Codec: H.264
Applications
Grisoft AVG Anti-Virus Version: 7.5.467
Virus base: 269.6.1./776

Benchmark: Windows XP (Windows folder)
Winrar Version 3.70 BETA 8
Compression = Best
Dictionary = 4096 kB

Benchmark: THG-Workload
Autodesk 3D Studio Max 9 Version: 9.0
Rendering a Dragon picture

rendering HTDV 1920x1080
Maxon Cinema 4D Release 10 Version: 10.008
Rendering from a scene
"Water drop at a Rose"

Resolution: 1280 x 1024 - 8Bit (50 frames)
Adobe Photoshop CS 3 Version: 10.0x20070321
Filtering from a 69 MB TIF-Photo

Benchmark: Tomshardware-Benchmark V1.0.0.4
Programmed by Tomshardware using Delphi 2006
Filers:
Crosshatch
Glass
Sumi-e
Accented Edges
Angled Strokes
Sprayed Strokes
Adobe Acrobat 7 Professional Version: 7.0.9
Settings: High Quality Print
Compatibility: Acrobat 8 (PDF 1.7)
Security: High (128-bit RC4)
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Version: 2007
PPT to PDF
PowerPoint Document (115 Pages)
Adobe PDF-Printer
Deep Fritz 10 Version: Nov 16 2006
Synthetic Benchmarks
3DMark06 Version: 1.10
1280x1024 - 32 bit
Graphics and CPU Default Benchmark
PCMark05 Pro Version: 1.2.0
CPU and Memory Tests
Windows Media Player 10.00.00.3646
Windows Media Encoder 9.00.00.2980
SiSoftware Sandra XI SP1c Version 2007.5.11.40
CPU Test = CPU Arithmetic / MultiMedia
Memory Test = Bandwidth Benchmark
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    gowens , July 29, 2008 6:45 PM
    what kind of cooling system is needed to overclock to 3.1 Ghz? I'm buying a barebones kit with this CPU but no heatsink/fan.
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    Cursedeyes , August 1, 2008 3:00 AM
    this article is very helpful, but my bios lets me increase the cpu voltage in increments of 5 mV up to 600mV . so how much to i out it up in order to equal 1.450 V?
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    falchard , August 10, 2008 3:17 AM
    1000 milliVolts = 1 volt

    1450mV is my guess.
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    Anonymous , August 14, 2008 3:04 PM
    what heatsink fan was used for this? stock X2?
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    Koshi , August 25, 2008 8:27 PM
    This article was helpful in making my decision to buy this processor, but I have a problem when overclocking it (first time overclocking). My pheonix award bios on my m2n sli board wont let me increase the cpu voltage past 1.325, and I want to know if there's anyway I can increase it. I can only get to 14.5x multiplier at this voltage.
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    Anonymous , September 8, 2008 3:05 AM
    Hi,

    Great article. I am new to OC, and have the 5000+ Black Edition and I am running it in an Asus M2N-SLI with a Zerotherm Butterfly CPU cooler. CPU according to HWMonitor, Core 0 is running at about 18C and Core 2 is at about 19 so heat shouldn't be a problem. Memory currently is Patriot 1GB PC2 5300 667mhz but in a couple days I will be adding 4 GB of OCZ SLI Ready Edition Dual Channel DDR2 800 Mhz . My question, is will the 667 Patriot memory that I currently have work if I overclock to 3.0, and would the OCZ 800 be adequate to OC to 3.2 ?

    Second, I've not done this before, from what I can gather here I can just change the multiplier in BIOS without messing with voltages if I don't go beyond 3.1 which would be achived by using a 15.5 multiplier.

    Thanks for the information here and any tips...

    **agroberts@knology.net**
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    hellspawnpr , September 22, 2008 4:37 PM
    I have this CPU , been very happy with it so far. I have it at 3.2ghz running smoothly. I put a gigabyte GIGABYTE GH-PDU22-SC EVR Sleeve CPU Cooler only cost 23.00 has my cpu at 32c idle
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    Skiscola , December 1, 2008 7:20 PM
    I can only get mine to a 14.5 multiplier I have a M2N-SLI Deluxe MOBO,CORSAIR XMS2 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory X2 for 4 GB, Thermaltake CL-P0075 80mm 2 Ball CPU Cooling Fan/Heatsink. How can i get it higher without it crashing
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    Darkerson , February 12, 2013 3:59 AM
    And to think i passed this one up for a 5200+, for some god awful reasoning at the time. Ah, the good old days!