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  1. #181
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Update.
    4:34.672 running at 14x218MHZ (3.05GHz).
    DFI NF570 SLI-M2/G with an AMD A64 X2 6400+ Black.


    I have the CPU underclocked and the RAM overclocked to DDR2 868.
    CPU-z and 3DMark both show the CPU at 3482 MHz for some strange reason.
    Don't have a clue why but it's happy that way.


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  2. #182
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Ok, I am benching a qx9650 right now. I had to take the first one back with core 4 having a stuck sensor. It just did not feel stable either. So running at 3960 mhz. I am getting 2mn. 35.860s. This one has way more left in it as I am just now using 1.3v even.
    Core I7/GA-EX58-UD4P
    6 gigs of ddr3 1600
    Raid 0 x2 WD 320AAKS
    4870 X2
    Silverstone 1000w Strider psu
    Thermochill PA 120.3 with dual pumps

  3. #183
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Geez, VERY nice! An expensive chip, but looks like it's gonna be a good one...



  4. #184
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    I think for folding its gonna be a winner. 1.2v at 3.6 is the sweet spot. Just pulled a 2mn 33sec time. Still testing!
    Core I7/GA-EX58-UD4P
    6 gigs of ddr3 1600
    Raid 0 x2 WD 320AAKS
    4870 X2
    Silverstone 1000w Strider psu
    Thermochill PA 120.3 with dual pumps

  5. #185
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by 0156 View Post
    I think for folding its gonna be a winner. 1.2v at 3.6 is the sweet spot. Just pulled a 2mn 33sec time. Still testing!

    Nice results so far,
    So many bios options which takes a long time to tweak, but it's worth it,
    remember the max vcore on the 45nm chips is 1.3625v, and various reports say to turn off "loadline calibration" for the 45nm's too, don't know just how crucial that is up to now, but if it turns out later that enabling slightly higher voltage settings means the Cpu only lasts 3 years instead of 5-10 years I might just be able to live with that,
    Fold with what you have,
    Every Work Unit can make a difference.

  6. #186
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    I read that article over at Anand about loadline calibration and I just figured I will not use it anyways as my chips ramp up and stay up not back and forth. Not only that but voltage spikes don't sound very nice.
    Core I7/GA-EX58-UD4P
    6 gigs of ddr3 1600
    Raid 0 x2 WD 320AAKS
    4870 X2
    Silverstone 1000w Strider psu
    Thermochill PA 120.3 with dual pumps

  7. #187
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Updated, but not counting 0156's 2:33 as it's anecdotal.


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  8. #188
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame



    Not bad for nvidia 780i. These ocz reapers may suck for oc but they can tighten up nice.
    3:05.062
    Last edited by loonym; 04-07-2008 at 05:35 PM.
    =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+
    **cruncher #2 lp-dk x58/w3520@4100 ***cruncher #3 tpower x58/w3520@4100 ****cruncher #4 dx58so/w3520@4100
    *****cruncher #5 m2f/x3360@3910 ******cruncher #6 790i/q6600@3600

    +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=
    would you crunch if you thought it would save her life?

    maybe it will!

  9. #189
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Here's my entry. Got 3.30.167 with Q6600.

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    Joe in Los Angeles

  10. #190
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Welcome to the thread joe. Keep posting as you get your speed up. I'll update the thread later though.


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  11. #191
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Here's Mine
    Intel c2d 6600 doing 3.15
    3min 23sec


  12. #192
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    3min 28.484s
    intel c2d e6550 running 3.15

    sweet! a magical 18sec drop from previous

    heres the pic to prove
    Last edited by minibeardeath; 04-06-2008 at 07:12 PM. Reason: added pic




  13. #193
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Have been doing a little more tweaking with ram/fsb/strap/performance setting after reading this article: http://www.anandtech.com/mb/showdoc.aspx?i=3208&p=9

    From a previous post here I was getting:

    Memory 562.7 @ 4-4-4-12 2T
    422 x 9.5 for 4009Mhz @ 1.4v vcore under load

    8m superPi 2m 25.891secs,

    After reading up on chipset latencies etc I tried:
    400 x 10 for 4000 Mhz
    Memory 500 @ 4-4-4-12 2T using the X38's 4:5 dram setting (via strap settings ) and "performance level 5"
    and ended up with:

    8m SuperPi 2m 26.578....
    Needed much less VDimm too,
    seems there's a lot more to overclocking the new Intel chipsets and Cpu's than just "winding up the wick" on everything.
    A little more "playing" with various settings should see me under the previous score while I wait for some OCZ PC2-9600 Flex XLC for some H20 cooled 600+Mhz action.
    Last edited by Jester; 04-07-2008 at 10:46 AM.
    Fold with what you have,
    Every Work Unit can make a difference.

  14. #194
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Heres my go. Waiting for new hsf before I prime at this speed.


  15. #195
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Athlonman, nice speed, if it can hold it when priming. My e6750 ran 3.7 and I think even 3.8, but 3.6GHz has been the top speed at prime stable (without ridiculous overvolting).

    marty
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