Super Pi 32M 4Ghz efficiency thread

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  1. sskmercer

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    OCAU SUPERPI 32M EFFICIENCY THREAD

    After the recent success of OCAU HWBOT TEAM's Competition where many had countless hours of fun on benching Super PI 32M I thougth it would be a good idea to have a team efficiency thread.

    The rules are very simple
    1) CPU-Z should display around 4Ghz (you are allowed a step over IE 4004, 4007). CPU -Z can be found here ~ http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
    2) You will need to provide a CPU and memory tab along with the completed Super pi run as proof of your time.
    3) Using programs to alter the way Super Pi calculates times or Pi will be disqualified.
    4) You must super Super Pi mod 1.5 which can be found here ~ http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/processor

    All scores will be split up between CPU architextures -
    IE
    Bloomfield, Gulftown, Lynnfield, Clarkdale, Conroe , Wolfdale, Athlon, Phenom, Bulldozer, etc.

    SCORES:
    Skylake
    Bullant - 7M 17.125 {i7-6700K}, B-Die @ 4000-12-11-11-28-240-1T,Asrock OCFM water -Air - SS
    headin2001 - 7m18.484s - 6700K - RAM 1934.8mhz - 12-12-12-28 1T 220 - Samsung B-Die 1.9v (real) - AIR/Water - Asrock Z170M OC Formula - SS
    sskmercer - 7.18.719 - 6700K - RAM 1866.8mhz - 12-12-12-28 1T 220 - Samsung B-Die ? - AIR/Water - SS
    Fact11- 7.18.953 - 6700K - RAM 1935.8mhz - 12-12-12-28 1T 220 - Samsung B-Die- AIR/Water - SS

    SCORES:

    Haswell E

    dinos22 - 7:17.203 - 5960X - 1667MHz - 9-12-14-13-248-1 - GIGABYTE X99 SOC Champion - G.Skill 3200MHz 4x4GB/Hynix Single Sided - 1.82v - all LN2 - SS - #1 5960X
    Bullant - 7M 19.250 {i7-5960X}, Ram @ 1740 ~ 10-13-14-16 1T 260, Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion
    Robbo2 - 7M 22.250 {i7-5960X}, Ram @ 1599.7 ~ 12-15-14-15 1T 270, Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion
    sskmercer - 7M 26.453 {i7-5960X}, Ram @ 1599 ~ 14-14-15-30 1T 270, Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion
    gazza30 - 7M 37.156 {i7-5960X}, Ram @ 1549 ~ 15-15-15-35 1T 390, Asus? - SS


    SCORES:

    Haswell

    Bullant - 7M 16.172 {i7-4770K}, Ram @ 2800~ 6-9-6-21, Z97
    jjjc_93 - 7M 17.344 {4770K}- ??? @ 1423.1MHz 6-10-6-26-68-1, Maximus VII Gene
    robbo2 - 7M 17.391 {i7-4770K}, PSC @ 1334.0 7-10-7-22-74-1T, GIGABYTE Z97-SOC Force LN2 (LN2)
    JunkDogg - 7M 17.875 {i7-4770K}, Ram @ 1375~ 6-10-6-21-62 1T - Z97 Asrock OCF
    Bullant - 7M 18.328 {Pentium G3258}, Ram @ 1377~ 6-9-6-21,Z97 Asrock OCF - SS - #1 G3258
    JunkDogg - 7M 18.672 {i7-4790K}, Ram @ 1375~ 6-10-7-24-64 1T - Z97 Asrock OCF - (LN2)
    Dinos22 - 7M 18.719 - PSC @ 1369MHz 7-10-7-25-72-1, GIGABYTE Z87X-OC
    Chilli-Man - 7M 19.187 {i7-4770k}, Ram @ 1437 9-12-12-16-106-1T - Gigabyte Z97X-SOC FORCE LN2 X04 - SS
    moloko vellocet - 7M 19.203 {i7-4770K}, Samsung @ 1475.1 9-12-12-21-112-1T, GIGABYTE Z87X-OC
    youngpro - 7M 18.953 - i7-4770K - Ram @ 1468~ 9-12-12-16 1T - GSKILL 2666C10, ASUS Z97 Impact - SS
    Zeropluszero - 7M 20.250 {i7-4770K}, Gskill Samsung @ 1400 9-12-12-16-1 trfc106 twcl6, Z87X-OC
    t8y - 7M 20.593 {i7-4770K}, Gskill TridentX @ 1400 9-12-12-16-1, Z87X-OC
    pro - 7M 20.782 {i7-4770K}, PSC @ 1333 8-12-8-28-1 trfc82 twcl6, ASUS M6E
    sskmercer - 7M 20.906 {i7-4770K}, Ram @ 1400 9-12-12-16-106-1T - Gigabyte Z87X-OC X05[/URL]
    Gazza30 - 7M 21.953 {i7-4770K}, Ram @ 1400 ~ 9-12-12-14-1T, Z87M OCF
    Newlife - 7M 21.954 {i7-4770K}, Ram @ 1400 ~ 9-12-12-14-1T, Z97X-SOC Force
    Paulie_AU - 7m26.610s {4770K} G.SKill PIS @ 2400-8-12-8-28-1T Gigabyte Z87X-OC
    sskmercer - 7M 29.516 {i5-4670K}, Ram @ 1400 9-12-12-16-106-1T - Gigabyte Z87X-OC
    self_slaughter - 7M 43.890 {4770K}, RAM @ 1200 ~ 10-12-11-24-1T, GIGABYTE Z87X-OC

    SCORES:

    IVY Bridge

    Bullant - 7M 42.141 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1300 ~ 6-9-6-21, OC formula # 1 3770K
    JunkDogg - 7M 43.594 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1300.4 ~ 6-10-6-26-1T Asrock OCF?
    Dinos22 - 7M 44.625 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1300.4 ~ 7-11-7-22
    jjjc_93 - 7M 44.657 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1333.9 ~ 7-11-7-24-1T, MVF
    Newlife - 7M 44.859 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1405 ~ 9-12-12-21-1T, Z77 OCF
    YoungPro - 7M 46.000 {i73770K}, GSKILL PSC @ 1300 ~ 8-12-8-28 trfc88 thirds 1-1-1-1-4-4-1-4-4, ASUS M5E
    SniperOZ- 7M 46.891 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1370 ~ 9-12-12-17
    Newlife - 7M 46.469 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1366 ~ 9-12-12-21-1T, Z77 OCF
    Surtr - 7M 46.906 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1300 ~ 8-12-8-28-1T, OCF
    Booj - 7M 49.562 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1333.7 ~ 10-12-12-20
    AG-TAS - 7M 58.406 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1263.9 ~ 10-12-12-32-1T
    Newlife - 7M 58.860 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1200 ~ 8-11-11-24-1T, Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H
    t8y - 8M 02.359 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1190.9 ~ 10-12-12-31
    FqqTBawL - 8M 03.953 {i7-3770K},Vengeance Pro 2133 @ 2562 ~ 9-11-11-35-1T ~ Z77 Mpower
    aussie-revhead - 8M 06.920 {i7-3770K}, Ram @ 1200 ~ 9-11-11-28-1T, MVG
    boogerthe2nd - 8M 15.862 {i5-3570K}, Ram @ 1000.1 ~ 11-11-11-28


    Sandy Bridge - E

    headin2001 - 8m 11.875s {i7-3930K}, G.skill pi 1600C7 @ 2462 8-12-8-28-96-1T, RIVF #1 3930k
    Spl@ - 8M 22.167 {i7-3930K}, Ram @ 1200 ~ 9-11-10-20
    Olle_34 - 8M 30.823 {i7-3820}, Ram @ 1066.8 ~ 10-11-10-28
    Kommandant33 - 8M 43.460 {i7-3930K}, Ram @ 820.6 ~ 10-10-10-27


    Sandy Bridge

    Bullant - 7M 59.031 {i7-2600K}, Ram @ 1123~ 6-9-6-18,tRFC 60 Asrock OCF #1 2600K
    Robbo2 - 8M 01.797 {i7-2600K}, Ram @ 1094.7 ~ 7-7-6-20-1T - PIC
    sskmercer - 8M 01.906 {i7-2600K}, Ram @ 1066.5 ~ 7-10-7-24 1T, Asrock Z77 OCF - PIC -
    Jimba86 - 8M 09.062 {i7-2500K}, Ram @ 1092.8 ~ 8-11-7-28 1T, Asrock Z77 OCF
    t8y - 8M 10.422 {i7-2600K}, Ram @ 1124.2 ~ 8-11-8-24
    AG-TAS - 8M 09.875 (I5 2500K) Number 1 2500K
    AUST_DeVinE - 8M 15.797 {i5-2500K}, Ram @ 1950 6-9-6-24 1T
    Jimba86 - 8M 20.168 {i5-2500K}, Ram @ 1066 ~ 8-11-7-28
    AG-TAS - 8m 20.344 {i5 2500K},Ram @ 933 8-8-8-24
    Ayles - 8M 26.931 {i5-2500K}, Ram @ 1067.0 ~ 9-11-10-28
    J-Rizz - 8M 34.116 {i7-2600K}, Ram @ 802 ~ 9-9-9-24


    Gulftown

    YoungPro - 8M 36.562 {i7-980X}, Corsair GTX2 @ 952.7 ~ 6-6-5-17 #1 980X
    gazza30 - 8M 42.078 {i7-980X}, Ram @ 999.9 ~ 7-7-7-21
    Booj - 8M 42.532 {i7-980X}, Ram @ 1002.3 ~ 6-9-6-24


    Lynnfield

    YoungPro - 8M 47.672 {i7-870}, Corsair GTX2 @ 1000.7 ~ 6-6-5-17 # 1 i7 870
    Robbo2 - 8M 52.640 {i5-750}, Ram @ 1110 ~ 7-7-6-20-60-1T
    mcleotg - 8M 53.984 {i5 750}, Hypers @ 941.8 6-7-5-18-1, P55A-UD7
    t8y - 8M 54.360 {i5 760}, PIS @ 1176 8-11-8-24-1T, M3Gene


    Bloomfield

    Robbo2 - 8M 40.844 {i7-950), Ram @ 889.3 ~ 6-6-6-18 # 1 i7 950
    MDewMadOScar - 8M 54.891 {i7-920}. Ram @ 955.0 ~ 6-7-6-20
    AG-TAS - 8M 58.266 {i7 920} Ram @ 952 6-7-6-21 Dom GT
    Alba - 9M 16.765 {i7-950}, Ram @ 837.9 ~ 8-8-8-24
    C-BuZz - 9M 22.646 {i7-960}, Ram @ Unspecified :pirate:


    Yorkfield

    Robbo2 - 11M 44.781 {Q9550}, Ram @ 628.0 ~ 5-5-5-15 (DDR2 3:4 strap) #1 Q9550


    Wolfdale

    AG- TAS - 11m 07.625 {E8400 C0} - 4GHz(8x500)- Asus RE - ram @ 890 - 6-6-6-24 1T Corsair Dom GT #1 E8400
    Robbo - 11M 39.406 {E8400}. Ram @ 600 ~ 5-5-5-5-25-2T (DDR2 5-6 strap)
    FqqTBawl - 11M 48.969 {E8500}, Ram @ 600.0 ~ 5-5-5-13 (DDR2 5-6 strap)
    Jimba86 - 13M 35.781 {E8600}, Ram @ 533 ~ 8-7-7-20, Gigabyte p45T Extreme

    Cedar Mill
    benjagan91 - 28m26s078ms - P4 651 - 4gz (12*334) Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2C - Generic DDR2 @445.3 5-6-6-21 2T - SS


    AMD


    Phenom II

    Robbo2 - 16M 44.047 {Phenom II X4 955}. Ram ~ 939.1 6-9-6-19 #1 PH2 X4 955


    Zambezi

    Newlife - 18m 50.641 {FX-4100}, Ram @ 1120 ~ 7-10-10-15-1T, Asus M5A78L-M/USB3
    CURRENT SUPERPI 32M COMPETITIONS




    I will endeavour to update this thread at least once a week.
    GL to everyone and I hope you enjoy Super Pi as much as the rest of us.
     
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  2. Madengineer

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    you should probably specify which Super Pi to use.....Since apparently you get different results from the 2.0 to the 1.5 mod (I think those are the correct versions)

    one shows ms and the other doesnt.
     
  3. Chaffe

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    Ty Madengineer

    Added links to programs as well.
     
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  4. youngpro

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    great thread, can easily lose a week doing this on a single platform,

    when i get some time i will do some results for gulftown and ivy
     
  5. Madengineer

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    When i get sick of BF3 i'll have a crack at this with my 955 :D
     
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    This should be fun! Haven't tried SuperPI with my new RAM yet :D
     
  7. Madengineer

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    Damn pain in the ass it is! Took 1.5volts to get it to boot on a 250FSB :D Cause i'm not using the Multi :(
     
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    you can disable cores, only need two, one for the superpi run and one for background processes.
     
  9. dinos22

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    guys, you wanted to learn how to tweak superpi, this is a good starting point and it should perhaps we stickied too!
     
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    I will definitely be participating, have just been pretty busy with work and stuff. 32m has become crazy addictive for me so its not been forgotten.
     
  11. youngpro

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    alot of other sites that do LCC have it 1 step over 4000 is allowed, so 4007 4004, if you want to go with that, Fester, Dino and I can put some results up that we have previously done
     
  12. Madengineer

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    Why would i do that?

    Its actually pretty crap, i know for a fact my 955 is stable for 4ghz, but on FSB it just wont work! :S

    This is why i prefer Unlocked CPUs

    I'll be having a crack at my new Q6600 later tonight.
     
  13. Brick

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    Because deactivating cores can help either get a higher frequency for the same volts or lower volts for the same frequency.
     
  14. Madengineer

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    Suppose it might help.
     
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    I think that should be allowed purely because you guys have results to throw up, it's going to be hard to gauge ourselves for efficiency if we don't have something good to compare against.

    The only difference it will make is that everyone will run 4004 and 4007 as opposed to 3996 ect.

    Look forward to seeing and having a go at those results. :thumbup:
     
  16. Chaffe

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    I agree with the idea behind this, hence I've updated the OP. Right now we need a couple of scores up on the board to get people motivated (unfortunately I'm not going to get a chance to do a decent run for at least 2 weeks).
     
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  17. ayles

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    8:26.931
    First attempt
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  18. t3h

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    4004 - 3996 = 8Mhz more
    8/4000*100 = ~0.2% difference, so really, it doesn't matter that much.

    26.931 seconds * 1.002 = 26.984, or 53ms more.

    It's probably not particularly noticable anyway - I'd imagine unless you removed *all* the background tasks, you'd have more variation between runs...
     
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    [DEL]Not bad, bout the same as I get at 4.5Ghz with no tweaking and a million programs in the background :D[/DEL]

    Ok I'm an idiot... I was getting about 8.3 seconds on 1M lol... need to read better.
    7m48.171s at 4.5.... I'll drop speeds later and see how it goes.

    I Can't get into bios at all on this bloody X79 board with the keyboard, I have to reset cmos so it forces me into bios, so I'm a little reluctant to bother atm :D
     
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    I'll give it a go next week. I'm actually doing some benchmarks next week so I'll chuck that in too
     

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