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that time is pretty good you know.you might want to tweak out your system and tighten your ram timings to shave some more milliseconds off.
hahahah yeah
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I'm so jealous, I have yet to beat 33sec on 1M with my sig rig @ 2.7GHz.
i get 29s with me E4300 at stock lmao.
    
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16sec for a 3.1ghz is incredible..screeny?

my best is 13.1 @ 3.8ghz
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16sec for a 3.1ghz is incredible..screeny?

my best is 13.1 @ 3.8ghz
i'll post a screen when i get around to it
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16s 1MB on a 3.1Ghz Core 2 sounds fair enough to me, I used to get about 15s myself on my previous system at 3.3Ghz, though I haven't broken 14s yet on my current system.

15.297s/Asus P5W DH Deluxe/E6600 @ 3.33/XMS2 PC6400 @ 925MHz 5-5-5-18/Freezer 7 Pro


14.679s / Asus P5N32-E / E6600 @ 3.6Ghz / XMS2 PC6400 @ 800MHz 5-5-5-12/Tuniq Tower
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post #17 of 20
Tightening RAM timings did a lot for me.

I went from 5-5-5-15 at 3.4ghz to 4-4-4-12 at 3.2ghz, and my 1m time droped from 16.2 seconds to 14.9 seconds.
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i got 19.9 seconds at 3.0GHz from my e6300
about 21 seconds at 2.8GHz
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58 seconds for 1m celly d at 3.06ghz
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15.125s here
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