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Superpi 1m Benchmark Competition

MAC

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Geez, I didn't even hold the #2 spot for 10 minutes :haha:

Hopefully this one will last a little longer:

9.157 secs.
i7 965 XE @ 4466MHz, 1.50V BIOS
ASUS Rampage II Extreme
G.Skill 3x2GB 1540Mhz 8-9-9

 

3oh6

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are you going to make me post some phase scores with C2D to keep up with your i7 Mac?

are you still on air with that 965? if so, that is getting up there nicely. i can't even get 4GHz to prime with mine...but it was picked for sub-zero, not air cooling :biggrin:
 

3.0charlie

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are you going to make me post some phase scores with C2D to keep up with your i7 Mac?

are you still on air with that 965? if so, that is getting up there nicely. i can't even get 4GHz to prime with mine...but it was picked for sub-zero, not air cooling :biggrin:
Hey Jody, just post one so we all have a target to shoot for... :haha:
 

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15.111 secs.
Q6600 @ 3420MHz, 380FSB 1.475V BIOS
ASUS Maximus Formula
Corsair 4x2GB 1014Mhz 5-5-5-15

 

Babrbarossa

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Wow- nice Mac!

I know I just posted a bench for this, but I pushed it a little more and I just coulsn't waste the fact that I beat 3.0Charlie by 0.01.

CPU- i7 920 at 4.34GHz (1.42V)
Memory 6GB- 1660 9-9-9-24 (1.64V)

 

MAC

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are you still on air with that 965? if so, that is getting up there nicely.
Yep, still on air.

It's great for these quick tests, but for full load stability I still need to drop down to ~4.05Ghz. I'm convinced that it will do 4.2Ghz though, just need to find the perfect settings.


I could probably take your current record at 4500Mhz, but I don't feel like giving it more than anymore vCore.

So...I think you are safe :thumb:

Having said that, I still have an E8400 E0 that I brought back from Taiwan and that I haven't tried yet, so...who knows :ph34r:
 

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