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Set timings inside winders?
Disable services
Try different browsers for world clock

The only thing I haven't tried is setting timings in windows.

I disabled as much services as I could and told rest of the processes to use other cores. I transfered almost all idle load to 3rd and 4th core (my slower cores), and used 2nd core for the test (fastest core), as the 1st one is used randomly by the system and I can't change that. I also set the super pi priority to real time.

Opera is pretty light, thats why I use her. But that isn't important, as it was handled by different cores.

this is not exactly correct unless you set and separate affinities.

windows will use all threads by default , in the case of super PI it doesn't stay on one thread it bounces around depending on what windows is doing. there are alot on inherent processes with windows that you cannot stop or alter the affinity of, these aspects of the OS will always spread out its utilization fairly evenly (well depending on whats happening anyway) unless you've combed black vipers service information you can do this but thats getting into the HWbot vibe of a comp which this isn't

most of the time the process will be split between two cores (for FX user WE pray for 0 and 2 to get the most use) unless windows happens to not have anything going on that thread the thread will not reach 100%, 20-30% of the load will be assigned to a different core.
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this is not exactly correct unless you set and separate affinities.

That is exactly what I did. I set the affinity to second module (third and fourth core) to anything that can be set (except for SuperPi of course). The difference in load shift could easily be seen in task manager.
Handful of processes can't be set that way because windows just doesn't allow it, and from what I could tell from task manager and SuperPi timings, those services mostly use first core on first module, as the second core hardly showed ANY usage. Thats why I used second core for SuperPi.

SuperPi may bounce around threads when its affinity is by default set to all 4 cores, and thats why results vary that way, as you are left on the mercy of idle background work that you can't control.

I just redirected that work so I can have a thread as clear as possible for my test.
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stw1911 - 4 Ghz - Super Pi 1M - 17.359 - Phenom II X4 - 980BE - 3995.81 Ghz



Hope this is good to get me in. Performed with MSI 990FXA GD80 with Mushkin Blackline Ridgebacks PC12800 1600 Mhz, originally 8-8-8-24-32 - 1t. Still need to tweak a bit more.
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stw1911 - 4 Ghz - Super Pi 1M - 17.359 - Phenom II X4 - 980BE - 3995.81 Ghz



Hope this is good to get me in. Performed with MSI 990FXA GD80 with Mushkin Blackline Ridgebacks PC12800 1600 Mhz, originally 8-8-8-24-32 - 1t. Still need to tweak a bit more.

Gratz on the score, however, you need two screenshots: one during the test and one after.

Gl with your tweaking thumb.gif
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Just my luck, something always get forgotten
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Just my luck, something always get forgotten

Happened to me 2, so not entirely your fault, as instructions IMO could need a little updating to include that information.

You would have updated your score anyway after some tweaking wink.gif
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OK, tried again, and ended up getting the same score, have no idea how, but I did.

STW1911 - 4 Ghz - Super Pi 1M - 17.359 - Phenom II X4 - 980BE - 3995.81Ghz





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Now comes the shutdown, BIOS tweaks, and some more tries.
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Also managed this







15.906 at 4410.25 Ghz

Now I don't know witch bracket I should be in?
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That will put you in the 4.5 bracket, anything done over 4.0 moves you into that bracket.
Nice run with the Deneb!

I'm doing some runs with my FX-4300 Vishy, I've managed a 16.656sec run so far at just under 4.5GHz.

Guys, Win XP is the OS to run Super PI with, times with Win 7 and the like will be slower.
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