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  1. #16
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    That's pretty awesome. Given it's 5 years old, how much would it cost second hand roughly to get 75608 Aida points? It might help out some of the linux server boys and girls with strong multi-thread performance.
    puzzle: n(each):n(<3r):n(sky)|</z>>P(Name)>>>(Ish!)

  2. #17
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    Call up Stallard Technologies in Kansas City, Missouri and see if they can hook you up... We're talking $400-$600 from 75,000 to 100,000 or more...

    I hope that helps lol
    Last edited by chris89; 04-30-2015 at 04:14 PM.

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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    MSI X99A XPower AC, Intel Core i7 5960X
    Little Devil Phase Change (-50C)
    Kingston DDR4 2666@3000 GHz cas12 Nvidia GTX730, Samsung 850 Evo/OCZ Vertex 4
    and Corsair AX860i, Dell Ultrasharp U2711



  4. #19
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    Try post screenshots instead...?

    5960X --- 16 threads right? I see x8 on AIDA...

    Wow that's awesome I guess we know that for around 3,000 bucks you can get over 100,000 points that's awesome.

    Bang for your buck though the T7600 is 500 bucks barebone and u can run x2 12 Core Xeon e5's totaling with cpu's and ram ... maybe 1,500 bucks total and would most likely score 150,000 or more

    http://www.in.tum.de/fileadmin/user_...sion-T7600.pdf

    For only 1,150 dollars you can get the best computer in the world... Dell Precision T7910 .. That's barebone though no CPU's or ram...

    However the Dell Precision T7910 supports up to 1 freakin terabyte of DDR4 in Quad-Channel...

    It also supports the fastest processor in the world... the Xeon E5-2699 v3 ... Which is the most powerful processor on planet earth at the moment.

    The Dell Precision T7910 supports two of the fastest processors in the world at the same time.

    Each CPU has 18 Cores and 36 Threads Per CPU so in total it can use 72 Threads of Power on top of 1TB of Quad-Channel DDR4...

    The E5-2696 v3 is pretty much the same thing only about 2,100 dollars a processor...

    I'm guessing would score north of 250,000 point lmao But I have no idea haha

    COOL RIG MAN!!! I don't have the guts to blow thousands on my rig just yet haha

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/DELL-PRECISI...item4ae9534be3

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/INTEL-XEON-E...item33a1a9715e

    Just as I thought but not quite 250,000... Just 218,000 Points lol

    Last edited by chris89; 04-30-2015 at 04:49 PM.

  5. #20
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    But thisone does 4500MHz and Intel XTU on 1.16v
    4GHz with 0.998v

    indeed it is 16 threads

    The Dell pc's are nice as well. The Xeon's should perform good.
    you have got some serious pc's there.
    Last edited by Sparks; 04-30-2015 at 05:37 PM.
    MSI X99A XPower AC, Intel Core i7 5960X
    Little Devil Phase Change (-50C)
    Kingston DDR4 2666@3000 GHz cas12 Nvidia GTX730, Samsung 850 Evo/OCZ Vertex 4
    and Corsair AX860i, Dell Ultrasharp U2711



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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    @Sparks

    That's awesome bro I used to be so into overclocking with lapping and Indigo xtreme and all that jazz... Then I went Xeon and just won't ever go back. It's so nice to not have to overclock and consistently perform leaps and bounds ahead of everything else.. except a 5960X!!!!!!!! LOL

    Anyway I did a bit of research and it looks like for not much cash I can smash 100,000 points on my T7500.

    If I upgrade for only 280 bucks! that's if the seller accepts... I can eat it to 150,000 points!

    Computers that hit 150,000 points are in the no less than Three Thousand Bucks, more than Five Thousand Bucks $$ lol

    Decked out T7910 is easily Five or Six Thousand Dollars $$$ for 218,000 points...

    I spent Four Hundred Dollars on my T7500 straight up $$.... So for $280 I can go from 75,000 points to 150,000 Points!!

    That's the best Bang For Your Buck on this planet right now.

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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    Hello Everybody,
    This is my 1st post here (I have actually registered to get some help with memory timings ).
    Here is my new 3770k running CPU queen.
    It has took me a few days to get this cpu stable @ 4.9 using offsett voltage and now im stable finaly at 1.35v.

    3770K - Asus P8Z77-V Pro - Corsair Vengeance DD3 1600 12Gb - Evga GTX 980 SC - 2 x 480GB Crucail M500 - Cooler Master Nepton 280L - Corsair Air540

    3770K @ 4.9ghz 1.35v - GTX 980 @ 1480 with modded bios

  8. #23
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    Isnt that a linux bench? Hows cinebench 11.5?

  9. #24
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    I don't work with Linux.
    Voltages for Cinebench 11.5 and R15 are about the same (didn't try any lower).
    MSI X99A XPower AC, Intel Core i7 5960X
    Little Devil Phase Change (-50C)
    Kingston DDR4 2666@3000 GHz cas12 Nvidia GTX730, Samsung 850 Evo/OCZ Vertex 4
    and Corsair AX860i, Dell Ultrasharp U2711



  10. #25
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    My score was 61365 on a 4790k @ 4.8 Can't figure out how to post an image on this forum
    Last edited by vuther316; 02-12-2016 at 06:28 PM.

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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    Great scores by the way guys! Keep it up.

    My $400 Dell Precision T7500 gets just over 75,000 points... It was like $394 invoiced.

    T7500 uses 192-bit Triple Channel System memory and mine is only at 1,066Mhz on the modules... Among two stock as a rock X5650's 2.66Ghz Boosts to 3,166Mhz max boost...

    I might be picking up a Supermicro X9DRG-QF and i'll use the Quad-Channel 256-bit system memory at 1,866Mhz per module and 2x Xeon's E5-2670... Which is only packing 16 threads per processor so just 32 threads... Maybe I'll see 215k+
    Last edited by chris89; 04-18-2016 at 06:32 PM.

  12. #27
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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    Quote Originally Posted by vuther316 View Post
    Can't figure out how to post an image on this forum
    You have to upload the image to a website that hosts images (I use photobucket.com), then link to the file using url /url command. Several sites will provide the hyperlink and you can just copy & paste.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results

    Yeah I use Mediafire and its an amazing site, probably going to be around for a long time too.

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    Re: Cpu queen : Post your results


    Here my CPU Queen score for my oc'ed SD4000+. I've also attached my Cache & Memory Benchmark results for your reference.

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