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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    3m 31.188s

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Q6600 @ 9 x 400, stock voltages, on air (other specs in My System)

    2M 59.813s

    As an AMD fanboy, I feel dirty 'nStuff.



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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    ^that's what I'm talking about fluff
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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    AM2 5600 @3ghz, ram 2T 4-4-4-15 20 375mhz.
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    5;52;125 output

    Apart from having an amd is there away of getting things runing better, my results seem to take alot more time than others? For sandra XI lite on mem bandwidth i get 67xxMB's is that normal or should it be more?

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    3:32.032

    specs in my system
    Last edited by RichUK; 09-02-2007 at 10:42 AM.

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Rich, your system isn't showing...

    Up near the top of the page, you'll see a link to "UserCP". Click on that, then click on 'Edit Options', and scroll down to 'Display your system specs' and change the drop down box to 'yes'.

    THEN we can see your system 'nStuff.

    I made the same mistake... That's how I know...



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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    bah i filled it in the other day lol damn cp

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    Meridian - Good day! I just built a new (and my first Intel - sorry AMD) rig a couple of weeks ago using DDR3 memory (crazy I know but I couldn't help myself).

    I was able to run the 8M execution at 3:01.281. I wonder if my use of DDR3 is making a difference? All my specs are current in "My System" details.



    -HSDAddict

    P.S. It's been quite some time (2+ yrs) since my last post/vist to these forums. It's nice to see the same quality as I remember.

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    HSD, you're running just a tad faster than I am (380 X 9 vs. my 374 X 9) and your time is about 8 seconds faster. So if I had to guess, I would say that the ddr3 is likely not making much difference at this point. Or if it is, it's not much different compared to ddr2 at this time.

    Welcome back. I, too, went from being an AMD builder to Intel (see bottom of sig). It felt strange at first, but hey, these c2ds just beat all. However, I'm crossing my fingers that the AMD Phenom kicks butt. I just love the competition. Otherwise we'd all be blindly loving our mediocre Netburst chips!!

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    There you go Alex... I feel the same way.

    ...and as long as you guys now have all of this crunching power, I'll just toss out that this months BOINC project is Spinhenge... come on over and play!



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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by HSDAddict View Post
    Meridian - Good day! I just built a new (and my first Intel - sorry AMD) rig a couple of weeks ago using DDR3 memory (crazy I know but I couldn't help myself).

    I was able to run the 8M execution at 3:01.281. I wonder if my use of DDR3 is making a difference?


    Everything I've heard about DDR3 (which isn't much) suggests it has high speed but poor latency. RAMBUS for the oughties I guess...


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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by Fluff n Stuff View Post
    ...and as long as you guys now have all of this crunching power, I'll just toss out that this months BOINC project is Spinhenge... come on over and play!
    Well, I really have not done this sorta thing before, but since I do have all this computing power at my finger tips, what the hell - I signed up.

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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

    Updated.


    And I have one of these being delivered next week along with an Asus P5K-E, so we'll see how I get on with that....


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    Re: The SuperPI Hall of Fame

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