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Good luck these subs cost me the chip. Got a new one enroute and another set of ram to try but dont know if I want to push these fragile imcs much more than this. Pretty much hit a wall on bandwidth but that was my first try for super pi and only an hour or so on bandwidth.
Yeah I couldnt get my stt's any higher for PI, I was giving them like 1.73v and 1.3v on the imc and they just wouldnt go. Im sure these ripjaws will do better in pi, maybe bandwidth I dont think I have a chance at latency though. How much where you putting into the chip?
 
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post #402 of 1432
imc only 1.2 and dram 1.7-1.8, that was the combo that fried the chip. I was playing around with the rampot that day and thought I fried the board even though it was dry. Turned out to be my chip was a goner.
Edited by reggiesanchez - 5/9/11 at 6:21pm
    
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post #403 of 1432
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imc only 1.2 and dram 1.7-1.8, that was the combo that fried the chip. I was playing around with the rampot that day and thought I fried the board even though it was dry. Turned out to be my chip was a goner.
That's scary!! I'm being slightly reckless with my chip, but I'm counting on x58 being more robust than the smaller process chips...knock on wood.

Speaking of, just got my new PB...soo close to breaking 8m on water. Managed to get my QPI to participate in non slow mode and it didn't take any volts, just some settings tweaks which is always good.



Now some one teach me about efficiency!! I should be getting a much better time than that for those clocks!
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The classy doesn't need slow mode. In fact, it's probably worse with slow mode. I've benched 3D upto 240 bclk and done 249 bclk without it.
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The classy doesn't need slow mode. In fact, it's probably worse with slow mode. I've benched 3D upto 240 bclk and done 249 bclk without it.
good to know, yeah this dropped my time by about 3.5 seconds (having QPI non-slow)

It seems my uncore is really picky, I couldn't get it to boot anything higher than double DDR speed. Any tricks on that?

I think I need to dive into sub timings now, because I know for these clocks my time should be much better. I'm basing that off this result.
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post #406 of 1432
Not too sure on the uncore. It seems like a pretty solid number thus far. Have you tried messing with wazza to help with the times?
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Not too sure on the uncore. It seems like a pretty solid number thus far. Have you tried messing with wazza to help with the times?
No idea what wazza is, and I see everyone mention that and I half thought the word was a joke/half felt noob.

I was just set on a sub 8m run, but got a rounding error around 17 or 18th run. I'm going to mess with pushing clocks just a little more, then start focusing on tweaking what I have for more speed.

Feel like elaborating on wazza?
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Figured I'd give it a try with the Sempy unlocked.
I know the readings for my RAM got obscured with the latency shot but you can still tell what's there.

If I'd need a 32M PI run with the chip unlocked, that's cool but it is the same chip I've been using in this comp. As you might expect, it doesn't clock as high unlocked as it does as a single core.

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Woot!! Finally broke 8m for the first time in my life

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post #410 of 1432
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imc only 1.2 and dram 1.7-1.8, that was the combo that fried the chip. I was playing around with the rampot that day and thought I fried the board even though it was dry. Turned out to be my chip was a goner.
Yeah I wont go over 1.73 dram, but heres some results to add. You still got me on PI (G**damn 3 seconds I'll rerun it later) and latency but I knew that was gonna happen.

Bandwidth


Latency


Super PI

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