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Thanks. Eeyore. i shouldnt be giving you this advice but try tightening your ram timings more.(superpi LOVES Good Ram.)
Im going even further with mine tomorrow.
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Thanks. Eeyore. i shouldnt be giving you this advice but try tightening your ram timings more.(superpi LOVES Good Ram.)
Im going even further with mine tomorrow.

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Although ram is really important I find the big gains come from a super light OS that's been tweaked. Search google for super pi tweaks mate. Lots out there!

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Although ram is really important I find the big gains come from a super light OS that's been tweaked. Search google for super pi tweaks mate. Lots out there!

That and secondary and tertiary timings, it is all in the tertiaries thumb.gif

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That and secondary and tertiary timings, it is all in the tertiariesthumb.gif

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