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OP updated with P6900 @ 4500; 26:44 - 44,556PPD. Run at 4000 ongoing. I'm running it for 4 frames.
Thanks for taking the time to run all of these test for us at all of these different speeds, then posting your results in graphs and everything. I think a lot of us folders here really appreciate it.

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+1 Thanks for your efforts OP, it's nice to finally see some bigadv #'s for the 2600K.
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Digigami, thanks for sharing your 2600K adventure. I'm enjoying it very much.
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Thanks for taking the time to run all of these test for us at all of these different speeds, then posting your results in graphs and everything. I think a lot of us folders here really appreciate it.

+REP
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+1 Thanks for your efforts OP, it's nice to finally see some bigadv #'s for the 2600K.

Thanks for all the positive feedback, it means alot

Once I knew I was going to be able to get one ahead of release I wanted to do as much testing as I could so we all knew how capable it is. I'm having a lot of fun doing this, and I just figured it was time to learn how to make charts finally ha!
Sorry there kinda crappy.

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Sorry for double post.

Updated OP with 6900 @ 4000; 29:31 - 38,404PPD. Last run at 3400 on now.
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Thanks for all the work and testing. I can't wait to pick up a SB setup for a dedicated folding rig.

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Yup, OP has done a splendid job to say the least. Props to you OP.

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Thanks for all the work and testing. I can't wait to pick up a SB setup for a dedicated folding rig.

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Yup, OP has done a splendid job to say the least. Props to you OP.

+REP
Wow thanks again everybody

This is the latest I've stayed up for a while now.. Tests on P6900 are done. Now I'm going to try and work out a 24/7 overclock for folding.

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Haha your awesome for posting this up as I live in Oz and wont see this for a while...
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WOW! those are nice times, you are getting a lot better TPF @ 4.00 GHz than I am getting @ 4.20 GHz w/ proj 6900 bigadvs

I am starting to think I need to look into 2600K system. I hope AMD can come close with Bulldozer, but it's not looking good for them. I thought the i7 9XX were amazing chips .. The 2600K is beating them down.


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WOW! those are nice times, you are getting a lot better TPF @ 4.00 GHz than I am getting @ 4.20 GHz w/ proj 6900 bigadvs

I am starting to think I need to look into 2600K system. I hope AMD can come close with Bulldozer, but it's not looking good for them. I thought the i7 9XX were amazing chips .. The 2600K is beating them down.


-TG
Not quite but close my 980X's get 19:30 TPF on 6900 but for the $$$ the 2600K is one hell of a chip. I see a quick death or big price drop coming for the 1366 chips.
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