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2600K

[ame="https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=0AsaAO8mvjwvTdHVUYkVfbkRUUFhxU0hzM25QQ2dtLWc&w=97&h=450"]i7 2600K Database[/ame]

2500K

[ame="https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=0AsaAO8mvjwvTdGxOZUsxNFpjUWhCZ180S2lfQlFRRUE&w=97&h=312"]i7 2500K Database[/ame]





PPD numbers on the spreadsheet are for the CPU client only. If you are running GPU clients as well, don't include their PPD.
Submission data should include your minimum TPF during the run, and the PPD calculated from that TPF either by HFM or one of the online PPD calculators.
For the time being, I will allow one entry per clockspeed, per project number. This may make for a very long list, so I might limit entries eventually.
If you improve your PPD on an existing entry, submit it the same way, and PM me letting me know you have an updated entry to make sure I catch it. I will remove your previous data.
Let me know if you all agree this is a reasonable way to handle the list?

To submit your results:

Step 1 - Post in this thread including a screen shot with the FAH client and CPU-Z open after a minimum of 4 frames.
Step 2 - Click appropriate link below depending your specific CPU, be ready to answer all the fields you see above in the charts.

Submission links:

2600K Results
2500K Results

If your chip is not listed, PM me and I will add it to the list.


Example post:
Full screen or partial capture; note the highlighted boxes, after a minimum run of 4 frames, client showing Project number, CPU-Z showing full load Mhz.

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Thank you for taking the time to add to our database!


Pretty straight forward. Please, your comments and suggestions are welcome.
Edited by Digigami - 1/25/11 at 7:31pm
post #2 of 359
Good this helps me find people and force ask them to post there results here.
I think only you and Guru have an i7 2600k so far.
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Yeah I went and filled it out last night.. That chart is so crazy I figued it'd be ok for us to track the SB separatly for easier reference.
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once I get mine stable and rolling I'll post my results.

still having problems getting it stable.
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Originally Posted by AMD SLI guru;11951386 
once I get mine stable and rolling I'll post my results.

still having problems getting it stable.

What speed are you at now? And aswesome, thanks!
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Hopefully by the end of the month I can join you guys with the 2600k. biggrin.gif I'm thinking it may be time to let my 920 go.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SniperXX;11951465 
Hopefully by the end of the month I can join you guys with the 2600k. biggrin.gif I'm thinking it may be time to let my 920 go.

Ya know what they say, Two is better then one and three.. well thats just a party wink.gif
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I'm hoping it doesn't take long to fill up at least the top chat. Hopefully we can have some sort of PPD benchmark battle!
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I'm hoping to join in the 2600k fun soon as well. Be a nice replacement for my everyday rig with the q6600.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Digigami;11951396 
What speed are you at now? And aswesome, thanks!

i'm at 4.7ghz but only getting 20K ppd.
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