Originally Posted by Alec§taar
Per my subject line above, & more-or-less, PROOF that tighter memory "timing chains" yield BETTER results on this single-threaded test?
Here are some improved scores (@ lower CPU-mhz, no less, than what I had w/ 12x mult use):
CPU-z 1.36 CPU-mhz data:
CPU-z 1.36 RAM-mhz data:
IMPROVED SUPER-PI 1.5 mod RESULTS (via tighter memory timings & slightly MORE CPU-mhz yield via FSB increase to 257FSB)
* STILL MORE, via "tighter" memory timings & increased FSB to 257 (I can get to 258 & have before stable for this test & I'll "bring it on" if I need it again, vs. any scores you may do to pass mine currently here, pt)...
(We've passed you pt... "competition is GOOD")
P.S.=> Got ya! apk
That ram should be cranked much more. If you could play with your ram multiplier and just leave it at first to 3-3-3-8, but with ram going at 240mhz, it would give you under 30 second score. And basically you should get close to 1500 score on Sciencemark 2.0 with your dual core. And if you crank it even more say 275mhz ram, you'll get around 28 seconds or less. BTW, I don't know about you but I have 2 GB of ram... It's not exactly SuperPI related, but I was wondering how you could work with a Windows XP system and 512MB ram? Maybe one day I'll get an Opty 165, but man 512MB ram that's kind of on the edge for windows XP! After booting up, I am left with 1650MB free, so with 512MB I'd have maybe 150MB free.... Just a tought.