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post #11 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-02-2008, 09:45 AM
 
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Thanks for the info din't know that REP ,282 REPs nice good number



went to 15 at 3,6Ghz is this good ??
That's average. I get around 14s at 3.6ghz. Try to either up your ram speed more or keep them at that speed and get the timings as tight as you can to reduce the calculation time.


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post #12 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-02-2008, 09:52 AM
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yea, best i did on my 4300 was 15.5 @3.6ghz.

its a single thread app so will only load 50% of all dual cores.

you validate it @ http://www.xtremesystems.com/pi/
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wrong thread
once again... based off ONE core so quad single or dual makes no diff and clock speed makes a huge difference

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I did pretty well, i think
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Just made 1m 24s 438ms on my 4 year old IBM T43 Laptop, 1.86GHz, fairly happy with the results lol..

And another thing, some here are getting 14-15sek with Quad, clocked to 3.6GHz, I remember the first time I did the Super Pi test with me E6420 all stock, twenty something seconds it took, I clocked it to 3.6GHz, along tuned the memory up a little bit, had 8GB memory at the time and I got 14 seconds.. I had old Super Pi program and it didn't show more specific time, but how could that be?

Now its clocked to 3.2GHz, only got 4GB memory, memory using factory settings and I'm getting 16.*** seconds.
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hmm i dno, i just did 1m in 14 secs on my e5200 @ 4.2ghz
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there's a thread for pi results... no need to dig up a 3 year old thread to add to it...

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