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Ok, as requested:

WU: 6701
TPF: 00:06:11
PPD: 17,151,8 PPD
OC: i7 2600k @ 4.6Ghz (Yeah I lowered it from 4.8Ghz coz temps were getting close to 70ºC, and I haven't heard if that's safe yet... that was with 1.35v, right now I'm at 4.6Ghz with 1.32v)


Also, keep in mind I am also doing GPU3 Folding on my GTX460, so that takes ~3k-3.5k PPD away from my CPU, just so you add it on the table.

I was impressed to see 17k PPD on a 6701 WU

I remember on my X6 1055T @ 4Ghz it would get like 9k PPD, max 10k PPD, LOL.

So Digigami, hope I was helpful.

Once I get different WU's, I will let you know.
    
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Terrific! Thanks for adding your data!

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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post
Ok, as requested:

WU: 6701
TPF: 00:06:11
PPD: 17,151,8 PPD
OC: i7 2600k @ 4.6Ghz (Yeah I lowered it from 4.8Ghz coz temps were getting close to 70ºC, and I haven't heard if that's safe yet... that was with 1.35v, right now I'm at 4.6Ghz with 1.32v)


Also, keep in mind I am also doing GPU3 Folding on my GTX460, so that takes ~3k-3.5k PPD away from my CPU, just so you add it on the table.

I was impressed to see 17k PPD on a 6701 WU

I remember on my X6 1055T @ 4Ghz it would get like 9k PPD, max 10k PPD, LOL.

So Digigami, hope I was helpful.

Once I get different WU's, I will let you know.

Thanks for the data kcuestag, just a couple requests if I may... You'll see how the others are posting screenshots with the client and CPU-Z open, theres a few examples in this thread now. If you would be able to post one like that, then I can either manually enter your data into the list or you can use one of the submission links in the OP.

As long as you toss up a screenshot I can add it manually for you if that's easier than using the form.

Thanks again for adding to the DB! And yes, as you get numbers for different work units post them up as well!
Edited by Digigami - 1/12/11 at 11:04am
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Sounds a bit high.. I'm not sure if I'm ready to run mine that high 24/7. Your temps are looking great tho!
Yea I dont think I like it that high either. Newegg was kind enough to send me a replacement CPU & Mobo. So I will get to see what they new cpu can do. When I get it up and running hopefully we can get some numbers posted.

Funny thing is that bios was a beta bios and it was JUST released yesterday lol
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Yea I dont think I like it that high either. Newegg was kind enough to send me a replacement CPU & Mobo. So I will get to see what they new cpu can do. When I get it up and running hopefully we can get some numbers posted.

Funny thing is that bios was a beta bios and it was JUST released yesterday lol
Great news! Heres hoping they send you a golden one this time!
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Great news! Heres hoping they send you a golden one this time!
Amen to that brother!
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dang it! all these people are getting these i7 S.B. chips!!!! STOP IT!
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dang it! all these people are getting these i7 S.B. chips!!!! STOP IT!
This coming from the only one who has 2
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This coming from the only one who has 2
and 2 more on the way...
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2600k and Asus P8P67 ordered to replace my 4 year old Q6600. Hope to have it soon. Thanks for the help AMD
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