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post #31 of 54
Hey thats not bad, if its hitting a wall its hard to get past it in a short amount of time. You didn't have any burn in time with it either.

Maybe we'll get a Celly next time around..
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wait im looking at your goals, and i cannot get super pi 1M under 12.2 seconds with my e7200 at 4.25Ghz, how do you expect to get unders 10.9s in super pi 1M
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wait im looking at your goals, and i cannot get super pi 1M under 12.2 seconds with my e7200 at 4.25Ghz, how do you expect to get unders 10.9s in super pi 1M
It's possible

It has been done
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Go go captain overclock!

Looking forward to some runs.
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wait im looking at your goals, and i cannot get super pi 1M under 12.2 seconds with my e7200 at 4.25Ghz, how do you expect to get unders 10.9s in super pi 1M
I managed a 11.453sec run with an E7400 @ 4.5ghz.. I think 11.0sec is do-able with the right chipset. I am going to give the CPU a run on my X48, and try for 11sec flat.

Seems like a lot of these E7xxx CPU's top out around 4.4-4.6ghz with water... I need to hurry up and get my insulation for my DICE runs I guess.
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I managed a 11.453sec run with an E7400 @ 4.5ghz.. I think 11.0sec is do-able with the right chipset. I am going to give the CPU a run on my X48, and try for 11sec flat.

Seems like a lot of these E7xxx CPU's top out around 4.4-4.6ghz with water... I need to hurry up and get my insulation for my DICE runs I guess.
Im trying to lower my time what would you think gets a better timing, low latency 800Mhz memory or 5-5-5-15 DDR2 @ 1178Mhz?
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Seems like a lot of these E7xxx CPU's top out around 4.4-4.6ghz with water... I need to hurry up and get my insulation for my DICE runs I guess.
I have a E7200 that topped at 4545Mhz on WC'ing, I put TEC on my hwbot score by mistake. I want to try DI on it, that would be cool to hit a 5 with it..

Are you going to try the eraser proofing on it? I bought a little box of them to put on this P45 mobo I just got, I bet it will work fine for dice runs.
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Yessir..I plan on using the eraser for proofing my X48 DQ6 and the 780i. Although my initial runs will be using DICE+Slushbox.. I still plan on borrowing CPU/GPU pots from Sergery afterwards..but am trying to get another CPU first.
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Yessir..I plan on using the eraser for proofing my X48 DQ6 and the 780i. Although my initial runs will be using DICE+Slushbox.. I still plan on borrowing CPU/GPU pots from Sergery afterwards..but am trying to get another CPU first.
Hey great you got a slush-box going, that will bring those cards to life by itself.
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I managed a 11.453sec run with an E7400 @ 4.5ghz.. I think 11.0sec is do-able with the right chipset. I am going to give the CPU a run on my X48, and try for 11sec flat.

Seems like a lot of these E7xxx CPU's top out around 4.4-4.6ghz with water... I need to hurry up and get my insulation for my DICE runs I guess.
It's not too hard to break 10seconds with my E8400. Get her up to 4.3-4.4 and run nothing in the background and it'll do it no problem.
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