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  1. Alec§taar New Member

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    Sure, whatever works!

    :)

    * DO you need any information from me ahead of time, such as system hardware makeup etc. first?

    (That is, if my signature & such does NOT cover it!)

    Thanks!

    APK
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    I think giorgos.th is waiting for more results...

    APK

    P.S.=> Yes, you did... good job!

    ME = 32.609

    YOU = 32.094

    DIFFERENCE = .515

    Not by a HECK of a lot, but you did nevertheless, & I cannot argue w/ results... apk
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    Back to 11x multipliers & tighter RAM timings...

    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):

    CPU-z 1.36 CPU-mhz data:

    [​IMG]

    CPU-z 1.36 RAM-mhz data:

    [​IMG]

    IMPROVED SUPER-PI 1.5 mod RESULTS (via tighter memory timings & even with less CPU-mhz yield)

    [​IMG]

    :)

    * Tighter memory timings (which I get using 11x multipliers, along w/ BETTER "Ram-mhz yield ROI" (for lack of a better expression) using 11x mult.'s, just gave me a .202 seconds improvemed score thusfar ("She'll go faster" - Howard Hughes from "The Aviator"))!

    APK

    P.S.=> Coming @ you pt... 1/2 way there now, & once I improve my FSB (past 254, up to 258 which is my limit no matter what multiplier I use)? We will see if I can 'catch or pass' you...

    E.G./I.E.-> I was .515 away from you before on 12x mults, now only .3 or so away using 11x mults, & not anywhere NEAR where I can go using 11x mult on the FSB! apk
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    nah shouldnt do, unless you plan on moving over to AM2 or something
  5. Alec§taar New Member

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    Nope, I won't buy NEW (completely new rig) until 2009 or so... typically, like with cars? I buy PC's every 3-5 years...

    APK

    P.S.=> Rebooting now, going to catch (OR better yet, PASS) pt's score above...

    Right now, based on 11x mult results & tighter memtimings shown above?

    I ate away MORE than 1/2 of what I need to do that already (I was .515 seconds behind pt earlier on 12x mult usage, & now, only .3 away using 11x mult & tighter memtimings)...

    The increased FSB I get on 11x mult. (up from 254 -> 258 or so) SHOULD do it... apk
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    Found my screenshot!! :D

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    He wants Super-Pi 1.5 mod results...

    :(

    * STILL: Kick-A$$ result man... no questions asked!

    APK
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    lol, not knocking it, but it takes your Duo 2 4.88GHz to beat my Venice @ 2.65GHz, just by 4.9 seconds? :p I think that shows that the race between both amd and intel is quite a lot closer than people think.
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    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):

    CPU-z 1.36 CPU-mhz data:

    [​IMG]

    CPU-z 1.36 RAM-mhz data:

    [​IMG]

    IMPROVED SUPER-PI 1.5 mod RESULTS (via tighter memory timings & slightly MORE CPU-mhz yield via FSB increase to 256FSB)

    [​IMG]

    :)

    * STILL MORE, via "tighter" memory timings & increased FSB to 256 (I can get to 258 & have before stable for this test)...

    (We're going to try to pass you pt... "competition is GOOD")

    YOU = 32.094

    ME (currently) = 32.187

    DIFFERENCE = 0.093!!!

    APK

    P.S.=> Coming @ you pt... only a MINOR amount away from your score now, & once I improve my FSB (past 255 now, up to 258)?

    We will see if I can 'catch or pass' you...

    E.G./I.E.-> I was .515 away from you before on 12x mults, now only .3 or so away using 11x mults x 255FSB, shooting for 256-258 ranges & seeing what happens on this test! apk
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    Ketxxx its not a core duo.its a 640 P4.
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    well drop me a pm with your budget and any rough idea of what you would like from the memory and i'll list some kits for ya
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    Yeah, how'd you think i got a duo? :p

    I wish i had a core 2 duo @ 4.88ghz :D
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    just a thought infrared...
    we`ve got 0.5 secs difference and 1.8 ghz cpu clock also....hehehe..
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    Got ya pt: Finally! (Could get more via FSB up one more notch t0 258, but this'll do)

    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:

    [​IMG]

    CPU-z 1.36 RAM-mhz data:

    [​IMG]

    IMPROVED SUPER-PI 1.5 mod RESULTS (via tighter memory timings & slightly MORE CPU-mhz yield via FSB increase to 257FSB)

    [​IMG]

    :)

    * 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")

    APK

    P.S.=> Got ya! apk
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    Budget is not an issue (thank goodness - @ least, not for the cost of RAM that is, vidcards & CPU's are another animal completely costs-wise, lol)...

    & as-per-usual?

    Thanks for all of your help/instruction/assistance!

    :)

    (As you can see, I have been "the good student", & am using your techniques "fluently" now & with ease... you're right - once you get a few things down about o/c'ing & get to really KNOW your machine? You can do some cool things with it... far superior "performance control")

    APK

    P.S.=> RAM, better RAM... that's what I need! apk
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    put tras 6 and trc 7-10 and try again..
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    Think that'd help? It probably will, it is just that I have NEVER gone that "tight" on the TRAS setting, but will try it now (and same with the TRC setting).

    APK

    P.S.=> I'll give it a go, probably cannot hurt to try it... apk
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    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.

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  19. Alec§taar New Member

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    giorgos.th, you were correct: Scores improved, TRAS 6 & TRC 10 is possible...

    Double Post Sorry!
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    giorgos.th, you were correct: Scores improved, TRAS 6 & TRC 10 is possible...

    See my subject-line/title above: Thanks giorgos.th, it was possible to do that TRAS =6 & TRC=10 (so far, can possibly go "tighter still" on this latter one).

    CPU-z 1.36 CPU-mhz data (257FSB (can do 258 max here)):

    [​IMG]

    CPU-z 1.36 RAM-mhz & timings data (using TRAS = 6 & TRC = 10):

    [​IMG]

    Super-Pi 1.5 mod Score:

    [​IMG]

    :)

    * I think that'll do for now...

    APK

    P.S.=> Got ya pt, even moreso now (w/ a bit of assist from the crew here in giorgos.th specifically)... & can possibly even get MORE, via going 258FSB here & even "tighter" TRC = 7-9 here... but, that'll do, for now! apk
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    lol i just cuda swore i saw you touting some duo clocks a while ago
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    a tras setting of 6 will NOT provide optimum bandwidth. in most cases, its 7 or 8, usually 8.
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    It did help to get me a better score though, on this test @ least!

    Going down from TRAS 7 -> TRAS 6

    &

    Going down from TRC 12 -> TRC 10

    :)

    * I will probably end up going to TRAS 8 though, & probably a general FSB x mult. clock of 254FSB x 11mult. = 2796mhz or so...

    (I tend to run BEST & MOST STABLE (for all things, & all tests) @ that rate & generally ONLY "play w/ it" when doing tests like these)!

    APK
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    no need to.are you sp stable at higher clock?
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    I am: Just about to post 258FSB score... give me a minute to do a post w/ updated screenshots etc. from Super-Pi 1.5 mod & CPU-z 1.36 memory & cpu screens data.

    (I.E.-> I beat my last score yet again & used a TRAS = 6 & TRC = 9!)

    :)

    * I wonder how far/how radical I can get in my RAM 'timing-chain' here, tightening it to its possible max?

    APK

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