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I can't think of a way to verify the clockspeed the bench is being ran at without it , which bracket would you be running in?
The 4GHz bracket I think, 3.5-3.8GHz falls into that category correct?

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My mistake , one of many to come I'm sure. I didn't realize they had an update to it .


I appreciate you keeping an eye on me. For those who don't know, Rasparthe has been a great coach and resource ( among others) for people trying their hand at competitive benching here at OCN.

Nothing to worry about, and not keeping an eye on you can't wait to see how this goes, I have a 965 here that hasn't been fired up in quite some time!  Probably getting lonely in the closet. thumb.gif

That's part of why I thought perhaps this would have a fairly good reception - so many people have them.
I see it as generally being a good platform to learn on too. Fairly forgiving to voltage and temps and the older ones having FSB , NB and memory tweaks yielding performance gains, it can keep you busy for a long time looking for the best combo. Also quite affordable smile.gif
I'm interested to see how the older chips can stack up given a good tune-up.

EDIT:@DR4G00N yes that is the bracket you would be running in - 4ghz if your clockspeed was 3.8ghz
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Heya CSS, cool competition! biggrin.gif

If I may make a suggestion--since you're doing Super Pi 1M, allowing higher core counts to enter will help the level of participation without skewing the results as 1M is a single threaded benchmark!

No worries either way, just a thought thumb.gif

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I'm switching the bench over to AM3 this weekend, new platform for me so will see how it goes - will try hard to get something sub'd

What's world clock?
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Heya CSS, cool competition! biggrin.gif

If I may make a suggestion--since you're doing Super Pi 1M, allowing higher core counts to enter will help the level of participation without skewing the results as 1M is a single threaded benchmark!

No worries either way, just a thought thumb.gif

Great to see you here smile.gif.
I thought about that too as it won't effect a superpi score much at all having it open to X6's etc. but I was hoping to limit it to an X4 battle with several rounds that will have multi-core elements later on - perhaps even having an overall winner as a total of all scores.
I chose superpi 1 m because it's quick and actually a very good tool for tuning up a rig and it's fairly simple for the newcomers . I might switch things up if we need more competitors or need to generate more interest.

I might open the brackets to different chips from the same forum members if there aren't enough subs coming in for them.

Always appreciate your input, Thankyou !

Edit: Aleslammer World clock is a website http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ Just to verify the clockspeed during the run.
@VordaVor those brackets are maximum clockspeeds allowed for the benchmark. Don't worry that you haven't done this before , you are just the type of forum member I was hoping would participate! Looking forward to seeing you compete!
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Just a quick run with my A8-3870K while I was straightening the pins on the FX 8150 I received today (<-- I can't complain since it was free).

DR4G00N - 4GHz - Super Pi 1M - 20.078s - A8-3870K - 3675MHz
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Not my best score so i'll try for 3.8GHz later.

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Also, remember, we're aiming for high superpi only stable clocks, not full clocks so don't be too afraid to push your hardware. (stay reasonable though, by all means)


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I will be looking for guidance on which version of SuperPi to use as well. Right now I use 1.5 mod XS since it's the fastest one I know of that is not heavily prone to cheating like I think 1.9 is . . .

look for me in unlimited speed class. Gonna try to shoot for 4.765 GHz if I can get it stable.

Watch this space for future . . . uh . . . stuff! Yeah. That.
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Edit: Aleslammer World clock is a website http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ Just to verify the clockspeed during the run.
@VordaVor those brackets are maximum clockspeeds allowed for the benchmark. Don't worry that you haven't done this before , you are just the type of forum member I was hoping would participate! Looking forward to seeing you compete!

Perhaps I'm being dense... how does the World Clock verify the speed of your processor?

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Just a quick run with my A8-3870K while I was straightening the pins on the FX 8150 I received today (<-- I can't complain since it was free).

DR4G00N - 4GHz - Super Pi 1M - 20.078s - A8-3870K - 3675MHz
(1.63V on a 3+1 Phase mobo lol)


Not my best score so i'll try for 3.8GHz later.

That's a pretty good clock for that chip- I had 2 of them and they are tough to get clockspeed out of . I'll post the score, but it will have to remain unofficial until you can get world clock in the screen shot somehow.
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Edit: Aleslammer World clock is a website http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ Just to verify the clockspeed during the run.
@VordaVor those brackets are maximum clockspeeds allowed for the benchmark. Don't worry that you haven't done this before , you are just the type of forum member I was hoping would participate! Looking forward to seeing you compete!

Perhaps I'm being dense... how does the World Clock verify the speed of your processor?

It really doesn't, just makes it harder to cheat. If it's open while you take a screenshot of the benchmark in progress along with the cpu-z and temperature monitoring programs open, it's the best way I could think of to prevent cheating by downclocking after the bench is over to take the SS. Going forward, I'd be open to suggestion on how best to keep people from the temptation of cheating on clockspeeds.
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