Incorrect graphing of my result

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William Pete

11 Feb, 2016 05:55 PM

I posted a result at your site and the graph it displayed was not correct. I have a Dell Dimension E520 (DM061 to you).
I have overclocked it using Throttlestop software, and a Core2Extreme QX6800 to 3.723GHz. Your benchmark didn't detect this and posted my result as 2.93GHz. standard speed. I'm quite proud of this result since the computer has a locked BIOS, and would like to have it posted correctly. On the DM061 chart my result is the highest, but it's in line with other 2.93 CPUs and it actually should be to the right at 3.723Ghz. other benchmarks read my O/C correctly (Unigine, 3Dmark ).

  1. 1 Posted by William Pete on 11 Feb, 2016 06:21 PM

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    http://valid.x86.fr/bg4n0r
    This setting wasn't stable enough to benchmark but it is real.

  2. 2 Posted by William Pete on 14 Feb, 2016 06:46 AM

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