Super Pi 32M 4Ghz efficiency thread

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by sskmercer, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. Bullants

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    Some 5g afr ,will run them on ln2 Friday hopefully can break into 54s with them

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  2. Bullants

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    Still no ln2.... so had play with old kit of mfr on air....


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  3. Bullants

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    Some 5g

    Z170 OCFM and Team Group Memory's

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    Woah, so fast!
     
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    Some Kingston AFR,cpu water and memory air,testing OS setup with page file and waza size, faster start slower end half with better final loop to end with much same as my last time

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  6. Bullants

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    Was cold mfr morning here in Australia :)


    Kingston mfr cold@ all 4Ghz 3830Mhz 11-15-15-28-300 Time 7m19.609
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    Kingston mfr cold@ all 5Ghz 3600Mhz 11-15-15-28-300 Time 5m 57.766
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    Kingston mfr cold@ all 5Ghz 3676Mhz 11-15-15-28-300 Time 5m 57.219
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    Kingston mfr cold@ all 5Ghz 3738Mhz 11-15-15-28-300 Time 5m 56.921
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    Kingston mfr cold@ all 5Ghz 3812Mhz 11-15-15-28-300 Time 5m 56.375
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  7. Bullants

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    Another couple quick MFR runs tonight

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    This one with couple tighter sub timings,was little faster but not to be tonight
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    Nice work Jayson, I didn't realise MFR (Non B-die for that matter) would really get down that low.
     
  9. Bullants

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    Yeah mate mfr not quite as good as afr but when you freeze them they come to life


    Ran couple 4-5Ghz runs on Z97 with my Pentium and memory ive only tested couple times on cold,OS was set up for skylake but still seem ok I guess

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    This is my submission. A 32M run from earlier today.
     
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    Gotta love how everybody is using modern systems and you throw out a score with a P4 :thumbup:
     
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    Nice to see someone liked it. Cheers mate :thumbup:
     
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    Old skool FTW. Nice going buddy.
     
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    Thanks man :thumbup:
     
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    Finally something that scores lower than an AMD CPU
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    LOL, just takes a decade+ CPU hahahaha.
     
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    That would have felt like it took a decade to run :lol:
     
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    You're lucky I'm in a good mood
     
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    IM LATE - 7M 49.124 {i7-5960X}, Ram @ 1599 ~ 15-17-17-35 1T 390, Asus R5E
     
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    Nice start buddy. Crank the cache up a bit as that's a big help with PI and I'm pretty certain Dino, Rob, Gaz, Bull and myself all did so (can't check SS here at work). Also try and get XP going if you can.
     

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