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super pi 32m seems slow..

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Is it because I have two going at the same time? It just seems like a bad time for 32m.. I could be wrong I normally don't do anything but 1m super pi's.

2.8ghz opteron 165 1.35v, ram's around 500mhz 3-3-3-8 2t.
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Hmm, this laptop did it in 38 minutes something so something is amiss there.
    
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I'll run one core and see the time, I remember my sandy doing around 26minutes at 2.8ghz so maybe it just has to do with both cores running 32m at the same time.
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for TCCD you can run 2.5-3-3-7 1t all the way up to like 275 fsb 1:1 if your motherboard is good for it. try like 2.8v for your memory.

you should be running around 30 minute 32m @ 2.8 GHz.

also you don't have to run two instances of superpi (that i found out) because winXP will do load sharing and just split the load between the cores.
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for TCCD you can run 2.5-3-3-7 1t all the way up to like 275 fsb 1:1 if your motherboard is good for it. try like 2.8v for your memory.

you should be running around 30 minute 32m @ 2.8 GHz.

also you don't have to run two instances of superpi (that i found out) because winXP will do load sharing and just split the load between the cores.
Memory is at 2.8v, mine won't run stable anymore at 2.5-3-3-7 1t. I set the affinity of each super pi to one of the cores so it wouldn't be split. I get under 31s 1m super pi time with both running at the same time. I'm pretty sure its my ram thats messing it up now. I used to run it at 2.5-3-3-7 1t 510mhz but when I set it up that high it's not stable.

I really should get memtest going on here and see if theres any errors, almost hope theres some so I can RMA them back to g.skill and get some new ones.
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Memory is at 2.8v, mine won't run stable anymore at 2.5-3-3-7 1t. I set the affinity of each super pi to one of the cores so it wouldn't be split. I get under 31s 1m super pi time with both running at the same time. I'm pretty sure its my ram thats messing it up now. I used to run it at 2.5-3-3-7 1t 510mhz but when I set it up that high it's not stable.

I really should get memtest going on here and see if theres any errors, almost hope theres some so I can RMA them back to g.skill and get some new ones.
lol yeah i have the same problem w/ my TCCD from corsair. i think i need to break down and hook the floppy drive up and do a memtest too. used to be able to set my HTT to DDR600+ speeds running slightly looser timings. now i can't do it worth a crap.
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