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Sorry about the double post but 3.8GHz is here...if only temporary XD

 

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So 200MHz = ~1.5secs

Should be able to get under 17.5secs at 4GHz.

 

Good work thus far though, hurry up with the new cooling already! ;)

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So 200MHz = ~1.5secs

Should be able to get under 17.5secs at 4GHz.

 

Good work thus far though, hurry up with the new cooling already! ;)

The problem is the RAM unfortunately but I'll probably fix it now...

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Hehe - wait for my E8600 in a couple of days :P

 

From my skills of win, this was at 480 x 9.5 = 4.56GHz. Very nice, what did you do? Tight timings?

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lol nukejockey, that finished dialogue box is in just the worst place hehe

Nice work though.

 

c0nc0n how do you know his OC speed!

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Nah it was actually 10 @ 480fsb 4.8ghz...lol probably could have gone more with setfsb, but didnt have time, was just a quick test to see what i could get it to boot at...boots at 500fsb but crashes as windows loads, so thats as high as i could get it stable, will have more of a play around later and see if i can get sub 9.7...

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c0nc0n how do you know his OC speed!

Like I said - skills of win :) LOL kidding

 

Here is my new one with my new E8600, 2 minute bench.

 

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Wow first i7 bench and it's a doozy! Turbo mode sure helps it along :)

 

Overclocking i7 sounds complicated to me but I look forward to seeing what you do with it if you go that way.

Also run a 1M test too. Probably get 1st place with out even doing anything lol

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Nah, it only gets 12 seconds in the 1M test. I did get 10m 51s in the 32M test in Windows 7 though:

 

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Once my TRUE comes in, I'll try both at 4GHz and HT.

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I'd like to register my first score.

Pi 1M.

 

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My boss let me play with his i7 at work.. its running 4.0 and does 1M in about 10.4s

Its not really tweaked so there is something to aim for .:Cyb3rGlitch:.

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PC FREAK - Sorry mate but I can't accept that screenshot. I need to be able to see the checksum at the end of the SuperPi run and CPU-Z needs to have the cpu tab open. If you want to show RAM timings etc just open another instance of cpu-z to show the other tab at the same time.

Please redo if you can.

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This is my best so far, give me a fortnight and some time to play and i'll have nukejockey's record

 

Reaps 9.797

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I find that SuperPI isn't fussy about how old the OS is. I don't think HT will do anything either.

running a fresh install of XP over an old install of vista I found to make about ~.5seconds difference.

 

*sits back and waits for a challenger*

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This is my best so far, give me a fortnight and some time to play and i'll have nukejockey's record

 

Reaps 9.797

Impressive work :)

 

Is that a 24/7 overclock, or a one off?

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