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Old 25-09-2006, 01:27 PM   #81
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Re: [hwbot] Super Pi v1.50 32M rankings - i4memory.com

number 2 is achievable but unlikely for 1st spot unless Eva gives us all phase change units
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Old 25-09-2006, 02:05 PM   #82
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14m 27s 000ms - Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 3.6Ghz 2x1Gb Supertalent T800UX2GC4 @ 1000 4-4-4-8
Nice one I)ickie.

You also need to get the actual SuperPi run you are submitting in your screenshot with the checksum line showing for validation. You'll probably need to size the SuperPi window before you start the run so as not to miss the later loops. Here's one of mine as an example.



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Old 25-09-2006, 08:02 PM   #83
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[hwbot] 14m 01s 953ms - Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 3.65Ghz 2x1Gb Supertalent T800UX2GC4 @ 1013 4-4-4-8[/hwbot]
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Old 25-09-2006, 08:04 PM   #84
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excellent time there
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Old 25-09-2006, 08:04 PM   #85
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There you go man.
All updated as you asked. Cut another 25 secs off too. Still got more in it yet. Board is starting to give me the ****s though. Its imposible to go over 408fsb!
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Old 26-09-2006, 11:31 AM   #86
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Nice time decrease.


With the FSB wall, see here dude. I had the same problem till I read eva's post.

Cut a long story short, change your tRD to 7 see if that helps. Then try tRFC of around 42 (use memset if you don't have the RAM timmings in BIOS).

Once you've applied those, use a windows overclocking program (use the DFI one if it's available) to slowly raise the FSB.
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Old 26-09-2006, 04:53 PM   #87
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Nice time decrease.


With the FSB wall, see here dude. I had the same problem till I read eva's post.

Cut a long story short, change your tRD to 7 see if that helps. Then try tRFC of around 42 (use memset if you don't have the RAM timmings in BIOS).

Once you've applied those, use a windows overclocking program (use the DFI one if it's available) to slowly raise the FSB.
Yeah have been using memset. My tRFC is currently at 35 and i think my tRD is already at 7. I will try loosening my tRFC a little more see what effect it has.
Any windows tweaks you can think of to drop my time? I havent installed on my raid array yet as i have to recover my data before i install so that might give me a drop of a few secconds.
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Yeah have been using memset. My tRFC is currently at 35 and i think my tRD is already at 7. I will try loosening my tRFC a little more see what effect it has.
Any windows tweaks you can think of to drop my time? I havent installed on my raid array yet as i have to recover my data before i install so that might give me a drop of a few secconds.
Firstly, if core temperatures allow for it, try raising your vCore a little, higher FSB seems to require more vcore.

Secondly, if your running 4:5 ratio, it may be the RAM crashing, not your FSB. Try a higher FSB running 1:1 to see if that's the helps.



The tweaks that I used for my run posted earlier are;
Fresh OS install (not essential but it helps) Make sure you defragg your HDD well at the very least.
Run SuperPi in realtime.

Run in windows classic viewmode and turn off all the tick box options including display clock (right click taskbar->properties).

Turn off the desktop background/wallpaper and all the screensaver/powersaver options.

Run in diagnostic mode, I mentioned how to do this at the top of this page. (not sure if this is essential so check for your self, but I prefer to do it)

Do some searching for another tweak called MAXMEM. It should work heaps but I haven't used it too much myself.
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