Super Pi 32M 4Ghz efficiency thread

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  1. robbo2

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    Doing that on air just blows me away haha awesome dude
     
  2. JunkDogg

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    Man, I was down there yesterday and one sets of sticks do some ridiculous speed on air. Good old captain insane mems.

    One set booted well into the 2800's on air. Stupid fast.
     
  3. robbo2

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    Awesome sticks for sure, but only Bully would have the patience to test every timing and voltage setting to make it happen :lol:
     
  4. Bullants

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    nice JD,yeah they pretty good Rob,just trying to get use to this i7 tho :)

    Ran a 4X2Gb and seems its lot harder to pass 4x2Gb with the i7 then the Pentium even tho I believe this imc on the i7 is better then the Pentium imc

    Should improve a little more on this with fresh install and back to smaller waza file,seems things got worse with bigger waza file for the 4x2Gb :p Not sure ill bother to much more with 4x2Gb on Haswell seeing on cold its very limited


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  5. JunkDogg

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    Sweet mate. 4 X 2GB is not too bad on air. :thumbup:

    Update so far.

    Minimal waza. Hopefully still got something in the tank, although getting ti stable is proving painful.

    NEW PB!!!

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  6. robbo2

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    Nice one :thumbup:
     
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    Cheers mate. That might do for the time being.

    Going to test some of the new Pi's I got the other day tonight.

    Got to take the dogs for a walk before flying out tomorrow.
     
  8. Bullants

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    Nice work dude :thumbup:
     
  9. Bullants

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    Just ran that OS from Hwbot and seems ok for efficiency comparing my other OS if anyone is thinking of using it :thumbup:

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    Nice going Bullant, love efficiency mate and does make my mind wonder where the hell I'm going to find .7-.9s based on that run LOL. Just something higher to aim for.
     
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    Did you notice the speed Bull was running the mems at? :lol:

    Id say that would get you a bit mate.
     
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    Whoops, was just looking at the prime's being what we have run the last week and didn't even think of the speed LOL. I would still say quite dam nice though.
     
  13. Bullants

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    Yeah was just comparing my last to runs at 2750Mhz if you know what I mean :) Hey the funny thing about that 2750Mhz air... runs is with a 1500 rpm fan I get 8 loops say,put a 3000 rpm fan and it passes true story,anything helps PSC ahahha

    I did a quick run also with everything at your settings and sub timings 2666 rtls 40-41 4-4 Asrock board,is a stange OS I had to pretty much set it all up from scratch,things were of a little.With a little more fine tuning of the OS and waza may see little more from this

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    One more..... had enough for tonight :p

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    so that 7.20.250 run I did with samsung is basically looking amazing.
     
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    Yours is pretty good matt for the board and MHz your running,you should keep at it
     
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    You were also comparing 2800 Samsung to 2666 PSC.

    It is a good time for sure, none the less.
     
  20. zeropluszero

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    lol, it was months ago on a completely different board and chip.
    I doubt I'd be able to replicate it.
     

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