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Is this even being updated anymore?
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I think its been like 6 months the last time it was updated
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Nolonger went to school overseas, probably too busy with the local chicks for him to remember to stop in at OCN once in a while
    
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HobieCat 6.859s / i7 2600k @ 5400mhz / Asus MIVE / Dominator GT @ 1108mhz 8-8-8-24 1T / Air

 

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Just a question, if I'm looking to improve my time for this will my RAM speed/timings help? I know I have to OC my 2500k more but I was wondering how much a factor RAM is in this bench
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Originally Posted by Ghooble View Post

Just a question, if I'm looking to improve my time for this will my RAM speed/timings help? I know I have to OC my 2500k more but I was wondering how much a factor RAM is in this bench

Yes, ram speed/tighter timings help improve superPI times.
    
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Yes, ram speed/tighter timings help improve superPI times.

Noticeable like tenths of seconds? Or are we talking in the realm of a few hundredths? Say from 1600 9-9-9-24 to 1866 9-9-9-24?
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Noticeable like tenths of seconds? Or are we talking in the realm of a few hundredths? Say from 1600 9-9-9-24 to 1866 9-9-9-24?


That OC will be negligible, but if you were to raise it to something like 2000 7-10-7 (or 2200 8-8-8 like I have up there ^), then you would start to see hundredths and maybe even tenths of a second come off.

 

There are other tweaks too, like setting the priority of superpi to "realtime" and using stripped down versions of windows XP.  Also try setting the affinity of superpi to your strongest core.

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Noticeable like tenths of seconds? Or are we talking in the realm of a few hundredths? Say from 1600 9-9-9-24 to 1866 9-9-9-24?


That OC will be negligible, but if you were to raise it to something like 2000 7-10-7 (or 2200 8-8-8 like I have up there ^), then you would start to see hundredths and maybe even tenths of a second come off.

 

There are other tweaks too, like setting the priority of superpi to "realtime" and using stripped down versions of windows XP.  Also try setting the affinity of superpi to your strongest core.

I do set affinity, priority never has changed performance of anything for me. If I had an SSD or something I would maybe go into stripped OS' for benching
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SSDs make no difference to anything but pcmark & disk benchies, if you do have an extra drive around 32 bit XP should make some improvement on it's own for pi.
    
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