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How many times? This one small issue appears to be a rather critical detail. I mean considering the variance in the scores...
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Cant you only run it once? Im pretty sure you cant loop it. Its only single threaded last i checked. So one time

IF your scores are different you might want to make sure your cpu is not down clocking.
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1m? 32m?

set affinity to strongest core (run 1m 5 times or more with each core.. which ever one has lowest average)
set priority to realtime (or very high in win7)
run 16k until you get absolute minimum time.. (sometimes can take a very long time)


run 1m or 32m..
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32M is the best, 1M is too close in results to get a decent comparison between clockspeed/memory/timings
 
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Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post

1m? 32m?
set affinity to strongest core (run 1m 5 times or more with each core.. which ever one has lowest average)
set priority to realtime (or very high in win7)
run 16k until you get absolute minimum time.. (sometimes can take a very long time)
run 1m or 32m..
1m in question here. Yes I know about the entry level tweaks such as affinity and priority. What do you mean by "run 16k until you get absolute minimum time.. (sometimes can take a very long time)
run 1m or 32m"? Meaning you run 16k a ton of times and then when you think you have the best time, run 1m/32m? Hows that helping?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post

32M is the best, 1M is too close in results to get a decent comparison between clockspeed/memory/timings
This is for HWBot
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post

32M is the best, 1M is too close in results to get a decent comparison between clockspeed/memory/timings
Actually 1M isn't that bad. Here are some I just did today. 80Mhz difference gave me half a second better, which can be significant sometimes.

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Originally Posted by Nnimrod View Post

1m in question here. Yes I know about the entry level tweaks such as affinity and priority. What do you mean by "run 16k until you get absolute minimum time.. (sometimes can take a very long time)
run 1m or 32m"? Meaning you run 16k a ton of times and then when you think you have the best time, run 1m/32m? Hows that helping?
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the point is to have the program run multiple times..you usually get the best scores by doing this.. it's just a general thing most people do.. 16k alot of times (usually you will know the best time since if you pass it, it will never get better and just tie or get worse) I literally spent 15 minutes running continues loops of 16k to find out lol..

however with 1m you can just keep running that over and over and over again until you like what you see (or think it's the best you can do)... however my method works best when you are pushing it.. (as 16k isn't very stressful, and takes milliseconds)

btw if you want to run waza.. run it right after you do that step with 16k..
after waza.. close explorer.exe then run super pi straight away (with sp 32m.. 1m.. waza doesn't really do anything much)
EDIT: actually open task manager and look at your available memory.. depending on your sleep time.. you might want to wait a few seconds

play with page filing size and also set maxmem to 104 (what i use.. but can increase it to see what works for you) (600 for 32m)
Edited by badatgames18 - 12/10/11 at 9:05pm
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Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post

the point is to have the program run multiple times..you usually get the best scores by doing this.. it's just a general thing most people do.. 16k alot of times (usually you will know the best time since if you pass it, it will never get better and just tie or get worse) I literally spent 15 minutes running continues loops of 16k to find out lol..
however with 1m you can just keep running that over and over and over again until you like what you see (or think it's the best you can do)... however my method works best when you are pushing it.. (as 16k isn't very stressful, and takes milliseconds)
btw if you want to run waza.. run it right after you do that step with 16k..
after waza.. close explorer.exe then run super pi straight away (with sp 32m.. 1m.. waza doesn't really do anything much)
EDIT: actually open task manager and look at your available memory.. depending on your sleep time.. you might want to wait a few seconds

play with page filing size and also set maxmem to 104 (what i use.. but can increase it to see what works for you) (600 for 32m)

What's waza?
EDIT: nvm got it
Edited by Nnimrod - 12/10/11 at 9:55pm
post #9 of 12
For superpi 1m i am on the bleeding egde of stability so it runs once hopefully screenie before crash ha ha
post #10 of 12
I'm no serious bencher but I usually run it around 3 times when doing a suicide run, I'll screenshot each one in case I BSOD and just submit the best I got. You could sit there all night long re-running it hoping to get a fraction of a second better at the same clocks and end up getting worse so I try not to think about it to much tongue.gif


Grrrr didn't realise it was necro...

guys post before mine has been deleted so now it looks like I did it!
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