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2600k at 3.5GHz = 32,000 PPD

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Just ran into this.

http://translate.google.com/translat...%26prmd%3Divns

Original French link:
http://www.pcinpact.com/actu/news/61...bigadv-ppd.htm

Quote:
And the new Intel architecture, with its many changes, seems rather to assess the task since we are just past a score of approximately 20 000 to 32 000 PPD PPD passing from 870 to 2600K, using F @ H Tracker V2 and units of the project 6900.

Edited by Stealth Pyros - 1/4/11 at 8:31am
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Of course, this is with both at stock, right? With a 2600K at 4.5GHz or more, it would probably be even higher.

Oh, and you should put in a Google translate link for lazy people.
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Yea, that's at stock. At 4.5GHz =

I saw a post where one at 4.9GHz gets 2:04 TPF.

An X5680 gets 62,500 PPD with 2:31 TPF, just for comparison. I know it's a fail comparison I was just curious.
Edited by Stealth Pyros - 1/4/11 at 8:35am
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Can I ask what a i7 920 or i5 750 gets?
    
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I'm assuming that's -bigadv WU's? Or is it just munching up SMP WU's?
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It says bigadv in the article so yea, bigadv.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nardox View Post
Can wait to see what Ivy Bridge can do...
Yeah I'm tempted to go to IB from my 920, maybe sell to my friend if he want my PC, anyone know if 2011/1155 use same mounting holes as 1336/1156? I want to recycle my water cooling system when I get it becuase I'm into folding now, more points the better!
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Originally Posted by fr0st. View Post
Yeah I'm tempted to go to IB from my 920, maybe sell to my friend if he want my PC, anyone know if 2011/1155 use same mounting holes as 1336/1156? I want to recycle my water cooling system when I get it becuase I'm into folding now, more points the better!
I think you typo'd one of the sockets there. FTR 2011 are the server chips, I think you're more interested in 1356 as it is the "replacement" for 1366. I'm not aware of any change in the mounting. I know for sure that my 212+ fits 1155 so I assume there's no change for 1356 either.

H1:
1156

B1:
1366

H2:
1155

B2:
1356

R:
2011

And also:


Quote:
Originally Posted by nardox View Post
Can wait to see what Ivy Bridge can do...
I just want to be sure you're aware that Ivy Bridge will be 1155, not 1356. Meaning that if you get a 2600k now, you can simply swap it for a nice new 22nm Ivy Bridge in a year keeping the same board. (Ivy Bridge is going to be announced at CES 2012, it won't be releasing late 2011 like it was predicted)
Edited by Stealth Pyros - 1/4/11 at 8:50am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Stealth Pyros View Post
I think you typo'd one of the sockets there. FTR 2011 are the server chips, I think you're more interested in 1356. I'm not aware of any change in the mounting. I know for sure that my 212+ fits 1155 so I assume there's no change for 1356 either.

H1:
1156

B1
1366

H2:
1155

B2:
1356

R:
2011
Oh, cool, thanks.
I'll look into it more when they come out, even then 1356 (Not a typo, I thought 2011 were the knew 1366's :S Silly me.) will come out like Early Q3(?) which is when I might want to upgrade.
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Oh, cool, thanks.
I'll look into it more when they come out, even then 1356 (Not a typo, I thought 2011 were the knew 1366's :S Silly me.) will come out like Early Q3(?) which is when I might want to upgrade.
Actually the typo I was referring to was where you typed 1336 instead of 1366. And I just edited my last post about Ivy Bridge. You may be better off just getting an 1155 build now rather than waiting for 1356.
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