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  1. #46
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by Meridian View Post
    Updated. Interesting that the Linux client is much faster than the Windows one.


    M
    Hummmmm,

    I guess I have to roll up my sleaves and dive into Linux.



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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Core I7/GA-EX58-UD4P
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  3. #48
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Dreamcatcher....using BluHaz reDux's Patriot PDC1G3200+ XBLK.....

    Last edited by jedihobbit; 05-21-2007 at 03:30 AM.

    Why F@H?? Click me!
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Here's my newest, on the same Intel system but using Vista 32-bit:

    Gigabyte P55A-UD4P, Core i7-860 Lynnfield at 3.6GHz, ZALMAN CNPS10X QUIET 120mmCPU HSF, CORSAIR Vengeance (2 x 4GB) DDR3 at 1640, PowerColor HD5870, Earthworks 650W PSU, Samsung 840 EVO 120g SSD (W10 Pro 64-bit), 320G Blue Caviar storage, LiteOn DVD burner, Antec 902 case [B]
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  5. #50
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame



    BSEL Mod...now at 1333 FSB, dual Quad Xeons....
    Main Rig: EVGA 141-BL-E769-A1 LGA 1366 Intel X58 CLASSIFIED/WATERCOOLED ED. cooled by the Monster Water Cooling Setup
    HTPC One BIG Case Asus 8 CORE Monster
    ASUS: 5 * BIOSTAR: 1 * CHAINTECH: 1 * EVGA: 3 * GIGABYTE: 5 * SUPER MICRO: 1 *TYAN: 2
    180+ GHZ total power for PC Perspective Killer Frogs Rosetta @ Home Team as The Uncle B's!!




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  6. #51
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Hey Bob, am I reading this correctly? You have dual quads, like 2 x 4 = 8 cores? That's a lot of cores, sort of like cpu polygamy. How do you keep em all happy and busy? We know a lot about that here in Utah . . . .
    Last edited by alex666; 05-19-2007 at 02:24 AM.
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by alex666 View Post
    Hey Bob, am I reading this correctly? You have dual quads, like 2 x 4 = 8 cores? That's a lot of cores, sort of like cpu polygamy. How do you keep em all happy and busy? We know a lot about that here in Utah . . . .
    They are very happy! Working like big dogs, too. Still quite cool as well.

    Main Rig: EVGA 141-BL-E769-A1 LGA 1366 Intel X58 CLASSIFIED/WATERCOOLED ED. cooled by the Monster Water Cooling Setup
    HTPC One BIG Case Asus 8 CORE Monster
    ASUS: 5 * BIOSTAR: 1 * CHAINTECH: 1 * EVGA: 3 * GIGABYTE: 5 * SUPER MICRO: 1 *TYAN: 2
    180+ GHZ total power for PC Perspective Killer Frogs Rosetta @ Home Team as The Uncle B's!!




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  8. #53
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    3m14.938

    Abit quad gt > 6400 @3.3 (crucial rendition 4,4,4,12)

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    Too many machines - too little time

    Do you fold???

  9. #54
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    3:54

    Well, I got the Q6600 to 3.02 and it's rock stable. I ran Super Pi with Boinc shut down, btw.



    OK, some coaxing got me to 3.15 GHZ at 3:36 !!

    Last edited by UncleBob; 05-25-2007 at 01:01 PM.
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    180+ GHZ total power for PC Perspective Killer Frogs Rosetta @ Home Team as The Uncle B's!!




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  10. #55
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadco View Post
    Just for grins

    Linux 2 mins 38.766 secs


    Reminds me of this thread we had going a couple years back:

    http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.p...93&postcount=5

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  11. #56
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Re loaded Core Duo on ASUS P5N-E-SLI

    3.58.657!!

    Main Rig: EVGA 141-BL-E769-A1 LGA 1366 Intel X58 CLASSIFIED/WATERCOOLED ED. cooled by the Monster Water Cooling Setup
    HTPC One BIG Case Asus 8 CORE Monster
    ASUS: 5 * BIOSTAR: 1 * CHAINTECH: 1 * EVGA: 3 * GIGABYTE: 5 * SUPER MICRO: 1 *TYAN: 2
    180+ GHZ total power for PC Perspective Killer Frogs Rosetta @ Home Team as The Uncle B's!!




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  12. #57
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    20s at 1m / 03m 47s 8m. I just right them down not a picture lover poster hahaha.Memory is 5.5.5.15 these is at 5:4

    test 2 timing of 4.4.4.12 1:1 20.763s / 52.799s.

    all those test are done at 7x multi bottom are at 8x multi default for my cpu just to compare purpose.

    1m 19.344s / 8m 37.32s

    If you notice or not some folks show on test a drop in time on there test Alex for example shows and error which would give him a faster result,look at his picture shows at 2m one of them result is and error of you think about it he shows at 2m a 0.525 which is not in order with the rest which i would say it's and error that it pickup couldn't finish so it stops and jumps on next which at the end gives him a faster result.Anyone else notice this.
    Last edited by elvin; 06-09-2007 at 03:08 PM.
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  13. #58
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    1M took 26s, 8m took 5min31s.
    Dell Latitude D820, T7200 C2D @2.0Ghz, 2gigs of 667Mhz ram. totaly stock.

  14. #59
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Updated. And you new people please give me the decimal places in future? Cheers.


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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by elvin View Post
    If you notice or not some folks show on test a drop in time on there test Alex for example shows and error which would give him a faster result,look at his picture shows at 2m one of them result is and error of you think about it he shows at 2m a 0.525 which is not in order with the rest which i would say it's and error that it pickup couldn't finish so it stops and jumps on next which at the end gives him a faster result.Anyone else notice this.
    I just happened to catch this following the post today, as I scrolled back a bit. IElvin said there was an error in my printout, but I think he read the printout incorrectly. This was from my SuperPi run after installing Vista, which is pictued in my previous posting. I think he misread 2m 00.525s line as the "2mg" point in the run, rather than 2 minutes, 0.525 seconds. Something like that. There is no error in that printout that I can see.

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