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Old 12-11-2007, 12:27 AM   #41
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Re: Core 2 Duo <4000Mhz, 32M benchmarks

here is my latest


4GHz 1M SuperPi 12.468s




4GHz 32M SuperPi 11m 43.328s

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Old 12-11-2007, 05:04 AM   #42
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Re: Core 2 Duo <4000Mhz, 32M benchmarks

very nice Dinos but isn't using those Corsair 1800C7DFs against some kind of rules what voltage on the memory?

BTW, i am assuming yours are the 1800C7DFIN G based on the SPD...yes? no? i am going to have to make friends with someone at Corsair just to keep up with you. they just seem to be heads and tails better than the rest right now.

i will try 572*7 next time i get the phase on the CPU...my E6850 only runs 550FSB on air. the Ballistix should be able to do 915 7-6-5 but not sure if i can get the subs that tight at that frequency.

again, killer times your putting up with that board...gotta love the high FSB power
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Old 27-12-2007, 09:10 PM   #43
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Re: Core 2 Duo <4000Mhz, 32M benchmarks

Managed 12min 27 but i think can be better

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Old 29-10-2008, 02:38 AM   #44
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Gotta do 32Mb @ 4.00Ghz, same settings like I did in SuperPi 1Mb @ 4.00Ghz thread.

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Old 29-10-2008, 02:47 AM   #45
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thanks for reviving these old threads.. will contribute as well.

You might want to read up on 32m pi tweaks http://i4memory.com/f92/super-pi-32m...s-thread-3948/ biggest gain will be largesystemcache being enabled - shave 20-50 seconds of your 32M times

my time without copy waza tweak

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Old 29-10-2008, 10:37 AM   #46
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thanks for reviving these old threads.. will contribute as well.

You might want to read up on 32m pi tweaks http://i4memory.com/f92/super-pi-32m...s-thread-3948/ biggest gain will be largesystemcache being enabled - shave 20-50 seconds of your 32M times

my time without copy waza tweak
No worries, yeah it helps have very high FSB and very high DDR2 bandwidth in combo no doubt. But I really don't want to run high volts through mobo components to get this. I have ATI drivers in my system and only interested in running with at least 2Gb ram all the time. I'm also running on x86 Vista SP1. A lot of the tweaks in that thread you referred to have XP as the host.

But this kind of benching is fun no doubt especially for people who don't have expensive cooling systems for CPU and RAM.

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Old 23-11-2008, 07:39 PM   #47
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Nice, this thread still alive.
This is the kinf of bench i like.

Here is mine, no CW (because i don't know what it does and i don't like things that i don't understand well). But registry modification, os light (but not so much) and a lot of tweaking bios :



Quad channel helps a lot, but can't reach the same high frequency. Withdual channel, i bench @ 500 strap 266 PL6 RAM 1GHz 7-6-5-15.
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Old 23-11-2008, 09:31 PM   #48
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Nice Benji, Rampage extreme is one nice board
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