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So many jellies in this thread.
I no jelly.

I'm waiting for socket 2011.
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post #32 of 61
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I no jelly.

I'm waiting for socket 2011.
Lol There is no point to really upgrade from 1336.
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Yesterday I was getting between 68-70 GFlops, today I'm getting 130 at the same 5GHz clocks.

I'd say thats a nice little boost.
does it affect folding too? lol
post #34 of 61
Oh yeaaaaaah!

Sandy Bridge goes Super Saiyan 3!

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Lol There is no point to really upgrade from 1336.
What's 1336?

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post #36 of 61
Gflop's in Linpack is massivly affected by RAM speed, if I drop my RAM speed by half for exampe I lose 10-15 Gflops on my 1075T.

I'm pulling 77Gflops on 'All RAM Tested' in Intel Burn Test, not bad for a processor that cost £150
post #37 of 61
For anyone attempting this, you need the service pack, and an updated linpack binary from http://software.intel.com/en-us/arti...pack-download/

This definitely increases my temps, and my cpu-z is showing my cpu throttling once i hit 65c, anyone else notice this?
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For anyone attempting this, you need the service pack, and an updated linpack binary from http://software.intel.com/en-us/arti...pack-download/

This definitely increases my temps, and my cpu-z is showing my cpu throttling once i hit 65c, anyone else notice this?

Nope, I've had mine to 72-74C before with no issue.
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Nope, I've had mine to 72-74C before with no issue.
Thanks, I played around with some bios settings and seemed to fix it.
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I tested SP1 but I still get the same GFlops in IBT and LinX, what gives? Is there something I'm missing here?
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