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super pi scores at 4.9

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can some on tell me if these scores look right this is the first time using super pi thanks matt

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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k ( 4.9mhz ) ASUS Maximus IV Gene-Z/GEN3 EVGA gtx 550 ti 2GB x 2 sli g-skil RIPJAWS 2X4 
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Vertex 4 raid seagate  samsung dvd-rw corsair h100 @ corsair special fans  
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Usually 1 core will the faster than the rest. Set Affinity (in task manager) to Core 0 and run Super Pi, then try Core 1, then Core 2 etc. Or you could just use hyper pi then check each cores speed.
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