Thursday, June 2nd 2011

G.Skill Breaks SuperPi 32M LGA1155 World Record

During the first day of Computex 2011, three legendary overclockers, Shamino, Fredyama and Young Pro smashed the super Pi 32M record at the G.Skill booth. They achieved incredible Super Pi 32M time of 5min 33.172s with amazing ram speed of DDR3 2340MHz CL6-9-6-25 1T. This is the fastest Super Pi 32M record recorded using the latest Intel LGA 1155 platforms. This amazing score was achieved with top in-line hardware, G.Skill DDR3 2400MHz CL8 4GB (2GBx2) PI memory, ASUS ROG Maximus IV Extreme motherboard and Intel 2600K CPU.
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31 Comments on G.Skill Breaks SuperPi 32M LGA1155 World Record

#1
arterius2
thats one hell of an old dude..... i like the 3rd pic where he's just minding his own shit while the 2 young dudes are just chillaxing in the back, age-gap what can i say.
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#2
ERazer
yet another record breaking, blah blah, LN2, top of the line hardware, highly binned rams, imo its getting old
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#3
rickss69
Anyone else hate that ASUS ROG theme unreadable shit? :laugh:

Btw, if you had a chip capable of 6GHz you could do this as well. ;)
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#4
sno.lcn
Nice hardware + some of the most skilled overclockers on the planet :)
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#5
Sasqui
Pringles not included... oh wait, they ARE included. :laugh:

by: rickss69
Btw, if you had a chip capable of 6GHz you could do this as well.
no shit!
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#6
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: sno.lcn
some of the most skilled overclockers on the planet
No doubt, at all.

2400 MHz C8 sticks? :eek: How much, and where can I get some?:laugh:
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#7
(FIH) The Don
newest hw on the market





why dont we use win 95 for the lulz next time
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#8
fullinfusion
1.21 Gigawatts
^ no shit :slap:

and cas 6 @ that speed! WOW!!! :rockout:
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#9
sno.lcn
by: (FIH) The Don
newest hw on the market


why dont we use win 95 for the lulz next time
XP for Super Pi 32m because it's more efficient than Vista or Win 7 :cool:
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#10
Damn_Smooth
by: fullinfusion
^ no shit :slap:

and cas 6 @ that speed! WOW!!! :rockout:
That's what really impressed me. I was just about to comment on that before I read your post.
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#13
rickss69
by: fullinfusion
Nice going rickss, but only 4.5ghz? your slacking off my man ;)
Haha...that was during a contest that limited cpu frequency. :p Best to learn the tweaks at a lower clock anyway.
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#14
WarraWarra
Old man in pics name is likely "young pro" LOL.

Damn nice to see this hardware can and wants too. 6cas amazing, 2400mhz speed is well okay at 9cas.
6ghz is nothing new on the 2600k many guys have done this and 5.7ghz, 32m pi now that is very nice.
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#15
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: WarraWarra
Old man in pics name is likely "young pro" LOL.

Damn nice to see this hardware can and wants too. 6cas amazing, 2400mhz speed is well okay at 9cas.
6ghz is nothing new on the 2600k many guys have done this and 5.7ghz, 32m pi now that is very nice.
No, the "old guy" is Fredyama. Youngpro is the white dude, shamino the younger asian.
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#16
EarthDog
I bet I can count on my hands and feet how many 6Ghz 2600k's are out there... Ok, there may be a few more but many just sounds like its almost common.

Those guys did some great work with great chips there!!
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#17
BarbaricSoul
am I the only one that noticed that 6ghz was 2cores/2threads only?
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#18
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: BarbaricSoul
am I the only one that noticed that 6ghz was 2cores/2threads only?
Nope, pretty standard fare for SB @ high clocks like that. You should EXPECT disabled cores.
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#19
Tatty_One
The GSkill 2400mhz kits were released in January but still not widely stocked, I think some of them are rated at just 1.5V so a fair bit of room to tighten up them latencies, in the UK the PC1700 (2133mhz) kits are really cheap and they stock at just 1.5V, they come in around £45 for 4GB.
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#20
TheGoat Eater
by: cadaveca
Nope, pretty standard fare for SB @ high clocks like that. You should EXPECT disabled cores.
disabled cores and disabled HT*
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#21
laszlo
we're living in a crazy world;some push new hardware to the limits(and break a lot of them) as others can't afford a P2 old rig to learn (not how to oc ...)
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#22
DrunkenMafia
I thought I had decent mem with CAS 6 @ 1400mhz. LOL Humbled!!
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#23
ShiBDiB
If I had an entire companies budget for a rig, id break records too... this isnt news
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#24
rickss69
Just having the hardware is not enough...one must learn the proper technique's as well. ;)
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#25
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: rickss69
Just having the hardware is not enough...one must learn the proper technique's as well. ;)
Bleh. That's not a big deal, really, now is it? It's not like there is some hardware mods, or you gotta mod the BIOS for functionality...there's really no challenge left, other than the physical ones the silicon introduces, and overcoming those can be figured out easily, with a bit of help.

I'm much more intereted in 24/7 acheivable records, but that sort of stuff doesn't get hyped any more.

Don't get me wrong, sub-zero stuff is cool.:laugh:, but just not that interesting to me.
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