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Is 54-55 GFlops good for a i7-930 @ 4.0 in IBT?

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Like the title says. Is 54-55 GFlops good for an Intel Core i7-930 overclockers to 4.0 GHz with 6 GB's of DDR3 1526 MHz 7-7-7-21-1T? I was getting mid 40's until I just did a fresh OC. Now it seems much snappier and FAH dropped TPF by several minutes.

What kind of GFLOPS are you guys getting on what processors with what overclock?

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yes its decent enough..

i do get almost the same on my 920..it just sometimes boil down on how much you tweak it up to fire up more gflops..
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Well I just "tweaked" it a little more and I did my new OC with vdroop (or whatever Asus' version is called) disabled (which is much harder to find the exact perfect voltage but is worth it because you get overall lower temps) and I'm getting between 54-56 GFLOPS now and my temps don't go above 70 c now even when doing a IBT on max for 10 passes.

I have had this setup since last July but I've had intermittent problems with either my CPU or PSU so I haven't been able to "tweak" it just right until now.

I took a second gpu out a couple of months back and I guess it took enough load off of the PSU/CPU for my problems to stop (knock on wood) but I didn't get the idea to mess with it until today. I'm glad I did because it lowered my TPF (on -bigadv WU's in Folding@Home) by a few minutes which is a huge deal.

The last time I ran a IBT I was getting about 41-42 GFlops so its a big difference. Hopefully now I can start folding on my gpu again while folding my CPU. Thanks for your input.

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My Phenom ii X4 955 BE gets 50 GFlops at 3.8Ghz. isn't there scores a bit low for i7's?
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How much RAM are you running. It all has a contributing factor. That's why I made this thread. To get some perspective. Maybe ill end up making a spreadsheet and have people post there results so we can have a reference point. I'd have to see if anyone would be interested in that.

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How much RAM are you running. It all has a contributing factor. That's why I made this thread. To get some perspective. Maybe ill end up making a spreadsheet and have people post there results so we can have a reference point. I'd have to see if anyone would be interested in that.

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Im running 4Gb at 1600mhz, 8,9,9,15,2T. 2.6Ghz Northbridge.
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For comparison's sake, my i5-760 pulls 55-56GFlops @ 4.0GHz
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I'm getting between 58-63 gflops depending on weather.
Using I5 sandy bridge @ 4.4ghz.
In linx with avx I get 118-120 gflops.

Try with avx and see the difference.

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I'm getting between 58-63 gflops depending on weather.
Using I5 sandy bridge @ 4.4ghz.
In linx with avx I get 118-120 gflops.

Try with avx and see the difference.

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AVX is only for SB.

I get an average of 56 Gflops at 4.0, with HT ON.
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ok so then I am getting very decent results then. Thanks for the input guys.
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