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A thread where we can compare our efficiency with each other! This might not be your favorite benchmark, but chances are it will be one of them if you take the challenge.

Rules are simple.

1. CPU speed will be 4ghz. You may go slightly over such as 4002, 4003 but no more.
2. Your screenshot must comply with HWbot rules found here
3. Using programs to alter the way Super Pi calculates times or Pi will be disqualified.
4. You must run Super Pi mod 1.5 found here.

What are you playing for? Not a damn thing. It's just about improving yourself as a bencher smile.gif

Times will be split up between cpu architectures such as Bloomfield, Gulftown, Lynnfield, Clarkdale, Conroe , Wolfdale, Athlon, Phenom, Bulldozer, etc.
Only the top 5 times will be kept.

Tweaking guide for any newbies!

Intel

Skylake
1. l0ud_sil3nc3 (636cc of fury) - 7M 20.047 [6700K], Ram @ 3868.8 ~ 11-16-16-28
2. Bullant - 7M 21.253 [6700K], Ram @ 3736.2~ 11-15-15-28


Haswell-E (No Uncore Limit!)
1. Splave 7M 17.985 [5960X], Ram @ 1667.2 ~ 10-13-14-14 4876.3 Cache
2. aerotracks 7M 19.125 [5960X], Ram @ 1642.7 ~ 11-13-15-14 4722.4 Cache
3 robbo2 7M 22.250 [5960X], Ram @ 1599.7 ~ 12-14-15-15 4399.0 Cache
4. CL3P20 - 7M 24.531 [5820K], Ram @ 1500.0 ~ 11-13-14-16 4624.9 Cache

Haswell-E (3.5ghz Uncore Limit)
1. Splave 7M 24.171 [5960X], Ram @ 1600.0 ~ 11-13-15-14 4876.3
2. aerotracks 7M 25.188 [5960X], Ram @ 1500.9 ~ 11-12-14-14
3. Blameless 7M 45.833 [5820K], Ram @ 1333.8 ~ 12-12-12-28

Haswell
1. Bullant - 7M 16.234 [i7-4790K], Ram @ 1436.8~ 6-10-6-24
2. l0ud_sil3nc3 (636cc of fury) - 7M 16.937 [4770K], Ram @ 1419.5 ~ 6-10-6-21
3. Splave - 7M 17.188 [4770S], Ram @ 1376.6 ~ 6-10-6-21
4. JJJC - 7M 17.344 [4790K], Ram @ 1420 ~ 6-10-6-26
5. robbo2 - 7M 17.391 [4770K], Ram @ 1403.7 ~ 7-10-7-24

Haswell Pentium
1. Usain "Rainman" Bullant - 7M 18.328 [G3258], Ram @ 1377~ 6-9-6-21
2. l0ud_sil3nc3 (636cc of fury) - 7M 18.844 [G3258], Ram @ 1375.4 ~ 6-10-6-21
3. robbo2 - 7M 19.984 [G3258], Ram @ 1400.02 ~ 7-10-7-24
4. baker18 - 7M 20.063 [G3258], Ram @ 1333.1 ~ 6-10-6-21
5. BarboneNet - 7M 20.688 [G3258], Ram @ 1436.3 ~ 9-12-12-17

Ivy Bridge-E
1 l0ud_sil3nc3 (636cc of fury) - 7M 50.984 [4930K], Ram @ 1419.7 ~ 9-12-12-21

Ivy Bridge
1. Bullant - 7M 42.141 [i7-3770K], Ram @ 1300.6 ~ 6-9-6-24
2. l0ud_sil3nc3 (636cc of fury) - 7M 43.484 [3770K], Ram @ 1298.1 ~ 7-9-6-18
3. coolhandluke41 - 7M 44.250 [3770K], Ram @ 1300.0 ~ 7-10-6-20
4. JJJC - 7M 44.657 [3770K], Ram @ 1333 ~ 7-11-7-24
5. Newlife12 - 7M 44.859 [i7 3770K], Ram @ 1405.3 ~9-12-12-17

Sandy Bridge-E
1. DarkrReign2049 - 8M 20.093 [3930K], Ram @ 1094.4 ~ 9-9-11-24
2. MrTOOSHORT - 8M 21.509 [3960X], Ram @ 1263.7 ~ 9-11-11-31
3. jebusv20 - 8M 22.500 [3930K], Ram @ 1200.0 ~ 10-12-10-28
4. Blameless - 8M 25.862 [3930K], Ram @ 933.4 ~ 8-9-9-26
5. EaquitasAbsum - 8M 28.175 [3820], Ram @ 1199.8 10-11-11-28

Sandy Bridge
1. Bullant - 7M 59.031 [i7-2600K], Ram @ 1123~ 6-9-6-18
2. robbo2 - 8M 01.797 [2600K], Ram @ 1094.7 ~ 7-7-6-20
3. topdog - 8M 06.875 [2600K], Ram @ 1094..2 ~ 7-10-7-24
4. FtW 420 - 8M 09.344 [2600K], Ram @ 1066.9 ~ 7-7-6-20
5. Bones (Kryton) - 8M10.672 [2600K] ,Ram @ 1093.6 ~ 8-10-8-24

Clarkdale
1. Augustin PRiME - 9M 21.454 [i3 550], Ram @ 941.3 7-8-6-18
2. CL3P20 - 9M 22.578 [i5 660], Ram @ 1000.0 ~ 7-9-6-20
3. Partol - 9M 58.871 [i3 530], Ram @ 760 ~ 6-7-6-18

Lynnfield
1. Splave - 8M.51.094 [i7 870], Ram @ 1052.3 ~ 7-7-6-21
2. robbo2 - 8M 52.640 [i5 750], Ram @ 1110.0 ~ 7-7-6-20
3. Hatfieco - 9M 31.730 [i5 760], Ram @ 800.0 ~ 7-8-7-24
4. Kevdog - 9M 42.021 [i5 760], Ram @ 798.0 ~ 9-9-9-24
5. CrazyMonkey - 9M 44.453 [i5 750], Ram @ 800.0 ~ 8-8-8-24

Bloomfield
1. l0ud_sil3nc3 (636cc of fury) - 8M 38.985 [i7 920], Ram @ 1051.8 ~ 7-7-6-20
1. robbo2 - 8M 40.844 [i7-950], Ram @ 889.3 ~ 6-6-6-18
2. Mikecdm - 8M 44.266 [i7-920, Ram @ 889.8 ~ 6-6-6-18
3. CL3P20 - 8M 45.578 [i7-930], Ram @ 999.4 ~ 7-7-6-18
4. FtW 420 - 8M 46.031 [i7-920], Ram @ 1000.0 ~ 7-7-6-18

Wolfdale
1. stubass - 11M 09.703 [E8400], Ram @ 585.0 ~ 6-6-6-18
2. Noxinite - 11M 35.203 [E8400], Ram @ 600.0 ~ 5-4-4-7
3. robbo2 - 11M 39.406 [E8400], Ram @ 600.0 ~ 5-5-5-5
4. Bones (Kryton) - 12M 02.562 [E8400], Ram @ 443.9 ~ 4-4-4-12
5. Schmuckley - 12M 08.266 [E8400], Ram @ 600.0 ~ 5-6-6-18


Presler
1. CL3P20 - 27M 22.156 [Pentium D 950], Ram @ 470.4 ~ 4-4-4-10

Cedar Mill
1. Bones (Kryton) 28M 07.578 [P4 631], Ram @ 441.5 ~ 4-4-4-13

Prescott
1. Bones (Kryton) 28M 00.281 [P4 630], Ram @ 441.5 ~ 4-4-4-13

AMD

Vishera
1. Bones (Kryton) - 17M 39.297 [FX-8320], Ram @ 1203.9 ~ 8-11-8-11
2. cssorkinman - 18M 35.838 [FX-8350], Ram @ 1198.0 ~ 12-14-14-30
3. l0ud_sil3nc3 (636cc of fury) - 22M 28.937 ]FX-8350], Ram @ 1204.0 ~ 8-10-7-22
4. Eeyore888 - 22M 57.938s [FX-8350], Ram @ 1265.8 ~ 10-12-12-31

Zambezi
1. Newlife - 18m 50.641 [FX-4100], Ram @ 1120 ~ 7-10-10-15-1T
2. ML241 - 19M 40.891 [FX-4100], Ram @ 1000.0 10-10-10-28
3. Bones (Kryton) - 19M 45.734 [FX-4100], Ram @ 1214.7 ~ 8-12-10-27
4. Eeyore888 - 20M 03.047 [FX-6100], Ram @ 842.8 ~ 8-9-8-22

Thuban864.0 ~ 6-6-6-23
1. Redwoodz - 16M - 14.736 [1600T], Ram @ 864.0 ~ 6-6-6-23
2. Bones (Kryton) - 16M 22.313 [1100T], Ram @ 912.0 ~ 7-7-11-18
3. DrSwizz - 16M 41.437 [960T], Ram @ 915.4 ~ 7-8-7-22
4. Mr357 - 16M 52.313 [1090T], Ram @ 953.2 ~ 7-7-7-20
5. Schmuckley - 17M - 00.953 [960T], Ram @ 915.1 ~ 8-9-9-23

Regor
1. Augustin PRiME 16M 34.344 [Athlon x2 445], Ram @ 853.3 ~ 6-6-6-18
1. DrSwizz - 16M 51.297 [Athlon x2 280], Ram @ 818.7 ~ 6-7-6-29
2. Bones (Kryton) - 17m 11.000 [Athlon x2 270], Ram @ 829.5 ~ 7-8-9-21
3. ku4jb - 17M 13.540 [Athlon x2 445], Ram @ 762.8 ~ 8-8-8-21

Propus
1. cssorkinman -17M - 46.307 [X4 840], Ram @ 853.4 ~ 9-9-9-24

Sargas
1. Bones (Kryton) - 17M 08.563 [Semproin 145], Ram @ 759.9 ~ 7-7-9-17
2. DrSwizz - 17M 46.156 [Sempron 145], Ram @ 436.3 ~ 4-4-4-12

Deneb
1. HobieCat - 16M 43.938 [965 BE], Ram @ 928.1 ~ 6-6-6-15
1. robbo2 - 16M 44.047 [955 BE], Ram @ 939.1 ~ 6-9-6-19
2. jjjc_93 - 16M 51.296 [965 BE], Ram @ 887~ 6-8-6-19
3. Bones (Kryton) - 16M 52.906 [555 BE], Ram @ 887~ 7-7-8-22

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Definitely a good OC. If my X58A-OC isn't dead (it might have been a casualty of this weeks LN2) I'll try to get a run next week. I'll be out of town this weekend, so nothing yet.

Also, it's 32M. The M stands for million because you're calculating the first 32 million digits of Pi!

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Definitely a good OC. If my X58A-OC isn't dead (it might have been a casualty of this weeks LN2) I'll try to get a run next week. I'll be out of town this weekend, so nothing yet.
Also, it's 32M. The M stands for million because you're calculating the first 32 million digits of Pi!

Awesome! Would be great to see the not guys give this a go, but of course it's open to everyone.

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so..you has spi 32M tweaking secrets? thinking.gif: I can't even get a pot bolted up w/o killing chip + mobo..what do i care?
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Should see some times under 8 mins wink.gif
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so..you has spi 32M tweaking secrets? thinking.gif: I can't even get a pot bolted up w/o killing chip + mobo..what do i care?

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Well and truly under 8! I know jjjc has an amazing Ivy time.

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yeah..I'm on am3..That's not going under 8 mins @ 4 ghz..oh..and I tried to bolt my pot up earlier..and now half my ram slots are dead..board's gimped to single channel..chip I was going to bench is dead..I'm having a fantastic day! thumb.gif
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yeah..I'm on am3..That's not going under 8 mins @ 4 ghz..oh..and I tried to bolt my pot up earlier..and now half my ram slots are dead..board's gimped to single channel..chip I was going to bench is dead..I'm having a fantastic day! thumb.gif

He meant Ivy not all times. I think you may have tightened it down to much frown.gif

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