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TPU HWBot Competition - now open

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by d1nky, Sep 23, 2013.

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Would you enter TPU Hwbot/benching competitions?

Poll closed Oct 7, 2013.
  1. YES

    14 vote(s)
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  2. NO

    8 vote(s)
    36.4%
  1. marsey99

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    they are off the bot too, and i admitt aint the best apples vs apples comparison as the 47k has slow ram.

    but it does show you how close the 2 can be.

    i do agree that that handicapping the newer tech is a good idea, just not to the same extreme as the % haswell is better is more dependant upon the task.
     
  2. d1nky

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    cpu frequencies are capped to allow better tweaks.

    can people of different intel series (3**/4**) post their 'best' 5ghz superpi 32m so we can see the difference.
     
  3. buildzoid

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    my best at 5ghz is 7.191 using 2333mhz ram at 11-12-11-34 1T
     
  4. marsey99

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    i cant keep mine cool enough to hit 5 ghz xD
     
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    Best spi32m not 1m :p
     
  6. buildzoid

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    Oops sorry it's I've been messing with spi1m these days as for wprime I think around 3.5s on my optimized install
    Damn I really need to learn to read more carefully I saw 32 and assumed wprime because I hate benchmarks that take more than 30s to complete as for pi32m I have no idea.
     
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  7. marsey99

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    to give you an idea of comparative performance my sandy chips would do that in about 7.4s @5ghz with ddr2133 cas 9.
     
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    how? i'm running spi32m 1.9 now with a 2500k at 5ghz and 2133 cl9 and it's taken nearly four minutes to run through 14 iterations! Am I missing something?
    [​IMG]
     
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  9. d1nky

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    any other 32m scores people can get and name hardware!

    ill be back on this sunday to catch up fully!
     
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    Please only post superpi 1.5 XS version, rest arent allowed on hwbot.

    Just for the record a 4770k @ 5 Ghz scores like 6 mins and 10-20 sec. on a clean OS. ;)
     
  11. d1nky

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    bumpity cmon lets get benchers reminded!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  12. james888

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    When is this? I might have a haswell system to use by that time.
     
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Where do I download that SuperPi thing SPI32M? The only one i see is in download section SuperPi 1.5 mod. I know I will not win with my old crap but at least i can try it once for all. Thank you
     
  14. d1nky

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    theres no confirmed date as the benches/competitions are still in planning mode.

    im kind of out of the scene as work has taken over, but ill try my best and hopefully others will help plan.

    this is the one http://downloads.hwbot.org/downloads/benchmarks/super_pi_mod.exe
     
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    we was talking about 1m not 32m dude.
     
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    Dates confirmed - time to get ready to bench, get that hardware/software ready!


    1st November to the Friday 13th December!

    possible prizes and winners will be announced!
     
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    that looks fucking awesome!!!
     
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    Huh thanks goes to Massman :)
     
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    I would be happy to win a Dualcore AM2 for the slowest time in Pi32M because my Dualcore 4600+ really sucks hehe :p
     
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    lol, compete and there will be a gift for a random participant, you may be lucky ;)
    Giveaway's gifts on the way :D
     
  22. JunkBear

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    Yeah thanks but I am in Canada so the price for shipping are always too much from abroad countries. Unfortunately. I will overclock the hell out of it. From 2.4 gigs to 2.55 gigs ;)
     
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    So? Who said you will pay the shipping costs? :p
     
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    Just what I was expecting. I am not used to generous people in real life so even less with people over the net that I don't even know. But I see it as a way to learn about SuperPi so for me it's already a winning of knowledge :) :toast:
     
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  25. d1nky

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    we all started somewhere, Ive been overclocking for about a year now. didn't have a clue first of all.

    and yea TPU is the best community of people on the net tbh!
     

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