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Right now I have my FX 6100 running at 4.4Ghz(1.4v). Load Temp on Prime95 is 39-40oC according to HWinfo64
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Originally Posted by reflex99;15550361 
calculating 2G (in superpi terms), 2,147,483,648 decimal digits in 1147.058s or.319hrs

Kinda logical, since BD supports AVX, and y-cruncher runs like %10 faster with AVX (over SSE), whereas SuperPi uses x87, which AMD doesn't really support on their processors.

yes, that's why I made the joking comparison between superpi and the Sphinx tongue.gif It's ironic that some people LOL so hard over AMD's crappy superpi numbers, but in reality, if you seriously wanted to crunch Pi, you would never ever use superpi....Plus, y-cruncher is multithreaded.

Also, I found this is interesting: I've checked at least 10 times, and 64-bit SSE3 actually always comes out the fastest for me, over AVX and SSE4, in y-cruncher...Not sure why, and its not by much. Its about 6.5 seconds with SSE3, 6.8 seconds with SSE4 and 7.2 seconds with AVX, for 25m digits...
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Originally Posted by regimen;15550711 
Also, I found this is interesting: I've checked at least 10 times, and 64-bit SSE3 actually always comes out the fastest for me, over AVX and SSE4, in y-cruncher...Not sure why, and its not by much. Its about 6.5 seconds with SSE3, 6.8 seconds with SSE4 and 7.2 seconds with AVX, for 25m digits...

Go for 500 million digits the times should invert around there
Edited by Seronx - 11/2/11 at 7:19pm
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Originally Posted by regimen;15550711 
yes, that's why I made the joking comparison between superpi and the Sphinx tongue.gif It's ironic that some people LOL so hard over AMD's crappy superpi numbers, but in reality, if you seriously wanted to crunch Pi, you would never ever use superpi....Plus, y-cruncher is multithreaded.

Also, I found this is interesting: I've checked at least 10 times, and 64-bit SSE3 actually always comes out the fastest for me, over AVX and SSE4, in y-cruncher...Not sure why, and its not by much. Its about 6.5 seconds with SSE3, 6.8 seconds with SSE4 and 7.2 seconds with AVX, for 25m digits...

yea, do something larger.

y-cruncher isn't that great for small computations, however, it excells at extremely large ones.

In related news, i just started a 2.5bil calculation.
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Derp... thanks tongue.gif Didn't occur to me to compare it with larger runs..hehe
    
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LOTR: war of the north does not work for us.
Got it from steam... the 2 bulldozer users could not make it run, bsod and all.
Sad, I wanted to shed orc blood.
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LOTR: war of the north does not work for us.
Got it from steam... the 2 bulldozer users could not make it run, bsod and all.
Sad, I wanted to shed orc blood.
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What is your drivers? What is the BSOD code? Turn off CnQ and other things?
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I just got mine plugged in yesterday. i do a lot of heavily threaded work, and ultra high res gaming. So far i am very happy with it. i have 4.9 with little effort and think 5.0ghz will be in the offing as long as the Silver Arrow holds out.

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Originally Posted by Red1776;15552093 
I just got mine plugged in yesterday. i do a lot of heavily threaded work, and ultra high res gaming. So far i am very happy with it. i have 4.9 with little effort and think 5.0ghz will be in the offing as long as the Silver Arrow holds out.

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lachen.gif I like it.
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What is your drivers? What is the BSOD code? Turn off CnQ and other things?

asrock drivers from website (guess same as cd, nothing really new)
latest amd drivers 11.10 + cap4

cool and quiet huh? Ok, I'll try it tomorrow.
I have to tech some classes tomorrow, sadly. But I'll try it when I get back home. Bedtime now.

Thanks, I'll keep you all informed.
    
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