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Super Pi 1m scores

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by giorgos th., Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. Laurijan

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    add this

    wait wait

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    List updated thanx to my friend Laurijan...
     
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  4. Laurijan

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    "I´ll" update the thread in 2 week i promise
     
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    Nice score, and awesome wallpaper! :D

    1.42v isn't a lot, how are the temps? Would be awesome to have it clocked like that 24/7
     
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    my E8500 is not on the list :(

    infrared when did you get a E8600 at Intel E8600 @ 6157 :laugh:
     
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    PM me possible errors.. i must admit that i had only 3 hours of nightmare hunted dreams this night.. so errors are quite possible.. but remember that only screenshots where the checksum can be seen as well as CPU-Z are included into the list
     
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    add this instead :D

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    hey for the numbering use this code



    list=1]

    [*]score

    [*]etc
    /list]


    looks like this with the 1sts bracket

    1. score
    2. etc
     
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    because i have read so much about the new(er) amd chips being soldered on and i don't want to risk damaging the core
     
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    you just beat me, you noticed it is faster with HT disabled for super pi than with HT enabled?
     
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    Always knew but just never really cared... until now :p
     
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    Nice Pi man! I can't wait to see if this new board from rma works!!! sh1tty part is having to work 12 hours tomorrow before even thinking about it!! lol..

    Btw, love the quote! :roll:

    @CP, now you know how to beat him!!! :roll: let the war begin!!!
     
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    Just cut the silicon seal all the way around the chip, and if it's not soldered, the lid should just pretty much fall right off. It shouldn't really take any pressure to remove. If it doesn't come off super easy, just leave it the way it is, and continue to lap it instead.
     
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    new top amd score

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    Sweet! Nice run!!!
     
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    I would almost want to lap it prior to cutting the epoxy. Im wondering what copper water does if it gets under the IHS and doesnt get cleaned out all the way.:(
     
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    You could always just run a bead of silicon around it prior to resuming the lapping process, but that is a good point that I hadn't originally considered.
     
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    Great man.. grats!
     
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    looks like we have a new champ... insane man!

     
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    Making 1 month ago with my brother with LN2 :)
     
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