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Superpi 1m Benchmark Competition

Ed103194

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8.00 seconds ! new #9 here! :clap:

i5 2500k @4.739ghz
Oc'd samsung ram 1333mhz to 1923mhz
Asus p8p67 le
 
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trodas

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G777 - how the hell you can get CPU to work at almost 6GHz?! :shok: No wonder you get 6 sec... lol. These are WinXP? Fastest for SuperPI 1M test? :ph34r:
Anyway, congratulations.



Ah, looks like I can contribute there something from my attempts to make my S939 mobo work! :biggrin: I cannot compete with the Intel monsters at 4GHz, but looks like that in the AMD 939 place I can score some :thumb:


So, for the AMD 939 - there I go:

37.969 sec
Opteron 148 2200MHz 200x11, 1.40Vcore CPU-Z Validator 3.1 (CPU-Z show the Vcore wrong, HWiNFO get it right)
1024MB Mushkin BH-6 Hi Performance 2.5-3-3-7
Sapphire "Grouper" A9RX480 (ATI RX480) View image: Sapphire A9 RX48 3 View image: Sapphire A9 RX48 2
30G Corsair Nova 2 SSD
Point of View 8600GT 256MB DDR3 540/1.4GHz
17" BenQ FP75G 1280x1024 75Hz VGA
Sony Optiarc AD-7621S
Using PS2 mouse (Logitech MX510 blue) with PS2 rate set to 200Hz.
Powered by Enermax Liberty 620W PSU


trodas`s SuperPi - 1M score: 37sec 969ms with a Opteron 148 90nm

No overclocking yet, as this thing is pretty unstable ATM. I suspect rams (stable with one stick, not much stable with two, eg. the second one) and not recapped old PSU.

PS. funny, that 1GHz faster clocked Pentium 4 540 (3.2GHz, 1MB L2) need 5 more seconds for 1M SuperPi test:

...and not even overclocking help: View image: Super PI Pentium 4 540 44 078sec
 
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trodas

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Got a P4 650 CPU from friend... and look, it almost match up the Opteron 148 - yet it need 3.4GHz for it:

41.297 sec
Pentium 4 650 3400MHz (200x17) 1.375Vcore
2048MB OCZP4001G 2-3-2-7 200MHz 2.60V
MSI PM8M3-V (VIA P4M800)
500G Western Digital 16MB cache (WD5000AAKB)
PNY 6800GT 256MB DDR3 350MHz/1GHz
19" iiyama ProLite E1980SD 1280x1024 75Hz DVI
DVDRW NEC DV-4551A (16x DVDRW)




...what makes this score interesting (no Pentium 4 category in first page anyway) is, that HWbot claims, that this place me 16th out of 17 submissions:



So I'm not the last, lol :haha: :thumb:
 

Dr_BenD_over

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I've got to remember to run this tonight on the 4670K, see how it at stock compares to the old Q6600 at 3.8Ghz...

hmm 9 seconds and change :punk:
 
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TomBo

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8.286 sec
Ivy 3750k 4.5MHz 1.232v
2x4Gb DDR3 Patriot Viper Green 800MHz 8-9-9-22-1t-5 1.39v
Samsung 540 240gb SSD



8.000 seconds
i7 [email protected] 1.3 vcore
2x4GB Patriot Viper Green 800mhz 8-8-9-20 1t 5lag 1.55v
Asus Gene V
Samsung 540 250GB
 
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