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  1. #271
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    I knew you guys would step it up. Keep pushing!

    dfi lp-ut, gskill 1333

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

    maybe it will!

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by UncleBob View Post
    2:49.812....didn't beat anything, but it's a 775 socket XEON X3360. I'm just learning to work with, who knows how far it can go.

    4ghz+ if you've got decent cooling. http://www.hwbot.org/result.do?resultId=734207
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    would you crunch if you thought it would save her life?

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    That's awesome indeed!
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Thanks for the kind words but I always considered it pretty average. You have a great board there and top shelf cooling for when you get comfortable pushing a little harder.
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    would you crunch if you thought it would save her life?

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by loonym View Post
    Thanks for the kind words but I always considered it pretty average. You have a great board there and top shelf cooling for when you get comfortable pushing a little harder.
    It won't seem to go any higher than 3.5. Under load it won't stay at anything over 3.4. That's at a fairly low Vcore, but I'm not sure how far I can go. What are some of the voltages you used? I know the board is vastly different, but the CPU can't be much different, can it?
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    All good questions Unc. I don't want to drag this too far off topic but this is the oc section so I'll ramble a little. Unfortunately the cpus can be significantly different as far as voltage requirements and scaling. I have one x3360 left. It's running wcg boinc in a 790i. When I started getting i7 fever most of my 775 stuff suffered a little. I robbed the TRUE off the 790i put on a hdt-s1283, weak and very poorly mounted, with an even weaker and more poorly mounted fan. I told myself I'd get back to it later. I've gotten so I rarely check the crunchers once I know they're stable so until today I really hadn't more than glanced at that rig in a couple weeks but I wanted to take a look at voltages so I went to reboot. Just as I was about to, I had a thought. Maybe solid, error free, fully loaded uptime is as important, or more, than voltages. I'll still do the reboot but in a day or so. For now I'll just post what I came up with when I started looking at everest, realtemp, and cpuz. This will also be where you'll see that not all cpu are created equal, which is really too bad. This is a lucky one I got from an intel rma and to be honest I've never even benched it (My hwbot scores are from a not quite as sweet one). I just threw it in the cruncher and forgot about it until I saw you playing with your new xeon (fine cpus at any volts). Maybe if I get ambitious I could put it in the M2F sometime with a TRUE and a couple high cfm's and see what it's really got.
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    would you crunch if you thought it would save her life?

    maybe it will!

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by loonym View Post
    I knew you guys would step it up. Keep pushing!

    dfi lp-ut, gskill 1333

    That's a lot of vcore you're running there...
    Did a little "fine tuning" and got 1min 51.047 secs with clock speeds the same as my first i7 effort.... and at 1.376v vcore too....

    And then this one with 203 Bus speed......

    1min 49.704 secs.
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    Fold with what you have,
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    That looks great Jester! I have been able to get to 4.2 but then I have to go over 1.3 volts. In order to continue I am going to need to get the new mounting kit for my dtek.
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    I don't mind pushing vcore a little for short runs. Droops quite a bit at load too. I have a couple other cpus that may be better suited to benching I haven't tried yet.


    edit: small bug in cpuz makes core speed look a bit screwy occasionally.
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    would you crunch if you thought it would save her life?

    maybe it will!

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Just so you guys remember how things were 5 years ago

    9m 20.782 XP 2500+ 1gb memory

    Yes, this is still my main box. I might run this on my wife's p3 and see what it does



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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by loonym View Post
    All good questions Unc.
    THanks for the response. I agree completely. Stability is KING. 3.4 ain't so awful far from 3.4 in my book. I just can't get the FSB up that far. The other voltages in the BIOS (requiring reboot, I know!) are most likely the culprit. I'm running lower Vcore I know that, so I'll give it a go to start things off.

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by loonym View Post
    I don't mind pushing vcore a little for short runs. Droops quite a bit at load too. I have a couple other cpus that may be better suited to benching I haven't tried yet.


    edit: small bug in cpuz makes core speed look a bit screwy occasionally.
    Mem clocks and timings must make a reasonable difference on i7's,
    you're needing a lot more Cpu speed to achieve similar results to mine, only difference can be memory, running 1600 cas8 sticks here....?
    Fold with what you have,
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by Jester View Post
    Mem clocks and timings must make a reasonable difference on i7's,
    you're needing a lot more Cpu speed to achieve similar results to mine, only difference can be memory, running 1600 cas8 sticks here....?
    Yeah, I have 1333 ram so with 6X ram multi they aren't even running at that speed.
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    would you crunch if you thought it would save her life?

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by loonym View Post
    Yeah, I have 1333 ram so with 6X ram multi they aren't even running at that speed.
    Looks like there's a lot more to come then,
    New ram with 1800 and even 2000 speeds and cas7 timings too...
    http://www.pureoverclock.com/article705.html
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Updated, with several lead changes, and loonym just sneaking it.


    My new time: 2:05.656



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