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NEW Super PI 1m scores

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Laurijan, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. Laurijan

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    WOW this thread got sticked - I will look thru the posts and update all results that are open.
     
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    Thread finally updated - if your score is not on the list the screenshot was not valid
     
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    Athlon ii x4 640 @ 3.75ghz 25% o/c

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    It always shows your best result, you need to take a screenshot of SPi with the iterations screen showing, i.e. don't hit "OK" when the little box comes up and says "Pi calculation done!" for that's the screenshot you want.

    Also, unrelated but relevant, please either edit posts or make one post with all the info, double-, and in this case, triple-posting is not something the mods like.
     
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    TY

    Still trying to see what you were referring to in your siggy. Must be a short between the keyboard and seat.
     
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    I'm sorry I forgot to open another CPU-Z window for the memory but they're 16GB DDR3 running at 1600MHz (not OC'd, base speed @ 9-9-9-24-2T), hope the shot is still valid, thanks!

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    Edit: I'm uploading a shot with the current required items, as you can see it's a close result to the previous, chose the one you want though, but i'd prefer the first one as it was fastest, ty =)

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    Anyway, pretty good result for being a 2500K :D
     
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    Insane core speed, Insane voltage lol! :toast:
     
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    That was my crappy old 4770k with LN2. I'm hoping my 4790 does a lot better. That poor bugger needed 1.55v just to run 4.8 stable
     
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    Thread updated
     
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    Here's a couple from the weekend
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    Measuring with 2 CPU-Z opened made results a little slower. So it's better to measure and then open other applications.

    The 1st message should to have a link to giorgos th's Super PI 1m scores theme.

    And additionaly the result of 4790K from there
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    Thought i'd run this to get an idea of crunching power.
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    What about a newer program like y-cruncher?

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    I can add add a speed comparison of 1m-1m if someone wants, but it needs to finish the 10,000,000,000 run its on.

    UPDATE
    10b took 3030.769 seconds

    SuperPI 1m
    10.422 seconds
    y-cruncher 1m
    0.201 seconds

    EDIT
    Those y-crucher times include writing the number to disk.
     
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    Good ole i5 750 @ 4GHz, voltage at default offset.
     
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    I'm a bit late to the party, but new system, new benchmarks. My 6700K seems to be a really great specimen - this is with air cooling (Alpenfön Brocken 2) and a quite low voltage fot that speed. Stable with Intel Burn Test, too. And yes, watercooling with 360 rad is on the way, so maybe a stable 5 GHz is possible with this one. superpi.png
     
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    I see you guys are getting a little quicker.

    Great job, keep it up!
     
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    Mission accomplished :) The CPU-Z voltage is off, though. It's actually close to 1.39 V.
     
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    good memory frequency
     

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