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Yeah, it's definitely a big improvement. You'd probably be able to get your TPF down to 22 minutes. I think I was getting about 23 minutes when I had this thing at 4.6GHz.

Damn, now I have to upgrade my board to keep your from crushing me in the TC!

edit: I would recommend Fedora, it was super easy to set everything up - I tried Ubuntu and it was not so fun.
At 4.8Ghz and 2133 memory Im getting 21:30 TPF on a 2692 wu and 30 min TPF on a 2684 wu. It will make your 2600k into a 60k ppd monster. Any team with 2 x 2600k running Linux above 4.8Ghz will crush the other teams.
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Hey now...

In other news - do you guys think I might have better luck if I just took this thing out of it's case, set it on a box, and had a desk fan blow across the MOFSET heatsink?
There's nothing like testing it
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is it still a practical machine though?
    
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Yesterday I got an open box Asus P67 Pro for $110 at Newegg for my second SB build. Got to keep an eye on deals.
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At 4.8Ghz and 2133 memory Im getting 21:30 TPF on a 2692 wu and 30 min TPF on a 2684 wu. It will make your 2600k into a 60k ppd monster. Any team with 2 x 2600k running Linux above 4.8Ghz will crush the other teams.
How much of a difference does the 2133 memory make? I've been looking at newegg and couldn't decide on a set. I like the sound of 60k ppd, I might need another 6pack.

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Going from 1600 to 2133Mhz gave me around 2-3k extra ppd. Kinda nice if you want to go all out.
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Does the timing matter? The only set I could find that were at 1.5v was cl11, I think.
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2133 CL9 does some difference to a 1600 CL8 kit for instance. Practically the same as 1600 CL6 i think. Low latencies and high frequencies does a hell of a difference in bigadv, much like a 2900MHz NB over a 2400MHz one with X6 chips.
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I tested with my 1600mhz cas 6 and didnt make a difference in ppd. That same memory at 2133 @ 9-11-9 gives me a ppd boost. Thats just from my testing in my Intel bigadv rigs. Other people here had similar results.
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At 4.8Ghz and 2133 memory Im getting 21:30 TPF on a 2692 wu and 30 min TPF on a 2684 wu. It will make your 2600k into a 60k ppd monster. Any team with 2 x 2600k running Linux above 4.8Ghz will crush the other teams.
Wow. I'll definitely have to keep an eye on the open box motherboards on Newegg and try to grab something this month.

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