Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by sskmercer, Mar 19, 2008.
Is it sold dude?
Yeah AG-TAS cpu sold
Decided to have another play tonight with some memory's Ive only tested on cold couple of times,was all direct boot from bios as this is my X99 OS and my 'me' driver wasn't working
2300 Pi,s @ -150
I can't wait for the Champion board. Seems like a great board to tweak/play with.
Yeah the Champion board is really nice,it does everything quite easy,Its very easy to use,I hope to be on it again later too
doing some 4ghz test on the 980X ES.
Jimba86 - 9M 25.813 - i7-980X - Ram @ 957~ 7-8-7-20 1T - Corsair Dominator GT Hyper, EVGA E760 Classified - Air
XP will get me under 9M im sure..
still having got another drive yet
Tried these 2200 PSC on cl6 and lower,wasn't able to get them to pass more then 4 loops on 32m at these timings.They would not scale with volts pass 2.2v
Am sick of Pentium not much i can do with the thing apart from little Pi
5-9-6-24-2666 35-36 rtls 2.2v KP Ney @ -150
So had little testing of a different type this avo,this time it was all OS testing,I haven't been happy with my efficiency so it was time to work out whats going on.
Std XP SP3 used with Raptor and just playing with my waza for available memory and system cache
This is just a typical run here that I use all the time in all of my 32m results,low available memory as you can see and low system cache
Here with all settings the same but playing with waza more and boostingggggggg system cache and also available memory as you can see giving me a boost of 641ms faster time,interesting times ahead
An oldie from Country Cup pretesting
Interesting bull! bet that has you a touch excited
Nice going Gaz (much left?), you have some SERIOUS catching up there Jimba.
Yes mate I'm very excited,little bit of a hassle ATM go get the cache up but ill work around that and try put it together in 32m results,should see some nice times coming
May even try a giga force later as the little test I did with that board led me to believe 2900 cl6 may be possible
Nice work Gaz
is that not just a matter of adding the correct amount of wait time?
Your system cache is built up from stealing all cache from your processes that happens when your moving your waza files
Wait time is after that is all done waza moving"building system cache" you want to wait to your available memory now builds back up to close to what your system cache is before running Pi
So lets say system cache has built up to 56xxxx you wait to available memory builds up to close 55xxxx 56xxxx ,seems the higher the system cache with good available memory keeps the Pi going strong alway to the end,weak cache and low available memory can result in a faster start on Pi but weak finish,
Think I'm giving to much away
The key is waza,got to make it do its job correct ,I also know when pushing cache and available memory can stress 32m little more but I'm sure its all about finding a balance
I'm no doctor on waza and stuff but I just test and if it works results will show the true story I guess
It was my first test with the chip. Once I get XP installed I'll let it rip.
Yeah should be quite a bit bumping uncore alone to 4600-4800mhz like my CC sub should boost times quite a bit ram will also go tighter 7-7-6 from memory
Looking forward to 2900 c6 Bull
I like this bit ^
Certainly a lot of ripping to be done though.
I thought if we are going to have a little PI fun we should put it in here. So Jimba first run all stock, fresh install except CPU @45x.
Edit - Dam tweaks must make a huge difference seeing my 40X run I have in here is 8m04s
Thats a first blood reference
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