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post #41 of 2940 (permalink) Old 11-28-2005, 06:15 PM
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Updated - Nice runs .... keep going down to go up

And Please no I vs A here

For the ATI thread, there is some confusion but we will get it sorted shortly.

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New record for me but I'm still behind EvilXP 2400... I hope I can break that record before the wknd is over.

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W00T!!! Finally am able to break EvilXP 2400's time, the system is not stable at this speed but it's good enough to pass Super Pi 1M.

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W00T!!! Finally am able to break EvilXP 2400's time, the system is not stable at this speed but it's good enough to pass Super Pi 1M.
Congrats!

What are your temps?

What does (UP) mean?


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What are your temps?

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Thanks bud, took long enough to finally pass Evil, goes to show you what a good overclocker he is.

CPU temps at load are around -30 to -25C, as for UP, I'm not sure it seems all Socket 939 Opterons have that.

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Thanks bud, took long enough to finally pass Evil, goes to show you what a good overclocker he is.

CPU temps at load are around -30 to -25C, as for UP, I'm not sure it seems all Socket 939 Opterons have that.
Holy crap, forgot you were vapor cooling

Did you order a special stepping, or you just ordered an opteron.


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Holy crap, forgot you were vapor cooling

Did you order a special stepping, or you just ordered an opteron.
I'm using a CABYE stepping, was pure luck I got it. Up here in Canada Opteron's are slim pickings and I was not able to check out the chip before I bought it, I got lucky.

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I'm using a CABYE stepping, was pure luck I got it. Up here in Canada Opteron's are slim pickings and I was not able to check out the chip before I bought it, I got lucky.
Is it REALLY that important what stepping I get? Becuase I really want an opteron, but I don't wanna get the wrong one.


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Is it REALLY that important what stepping I get? Becuase I really want an opteron, but I don't wanna get the wrong one.
Yes stepping does play a relatively important role. Look for a CABNE, that's suppose to be the best, CABYE is a close second. Not too familiar with the steppings though, I think others in the forum could be of better help.

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