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TSOC4/3
post Jan 8 2009, 03:05 PM, updated 13y ago

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This is database/challenge for Intel E8xxx series smile.gif
Rules & Requirements:
1.Database for SPI 1M
2. Following must include in a screenshoot:CPUZ showing CPU and memory setting and your SPI pass.
3. Provide details about your system. Include cpu, motherboard, ram,os.Follow the sample below
4. Every single window must clearly showing all the details that is required from rule no.2.
5.If time is tie,the one with lower/better performance point get the upper rank smile.gif
Performance Point=time x mhz=performance point,lower mean the run is more well tweaked biggrin.gif
6.Air/Liquid for now,sub zero section will be open when someone start to posting sub zero result tongue.gif
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Posting format:
9.204/OC4/3/Intel E8500 [email protected]/Team Xtreem DDR 2 1066mhz [email protected],CL4-4-4-4/Abit IP35 Pro/Dtek Fuzion V2/Window XP SP2 Daily/45467 PP
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E8600
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E8500/E3120
1.9.204/OC4/3/Intel E8500 [email protected]/Team Xtreem DDR 2 1066mhz [email protected],CL4-4-4-4-2T/Abit IP35 Pro/Dtek Fuzion V2/Window XP SP2 Daily/45467 PP
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E8400/E3110
1.9.39/OC4/3/Intel E8400 [email protected]/Crucial Ballistix [email protected],5-5-5-10-2T/Abit IP35 Pro/Dtek Fuzion V2/Window XP SP2 Daily/45297 PP
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2.11.812/Jibek/Intel E8400 [email protected]/Team Xtreem DDR2-1066 [email protected],CL5-5-5-15/Gigabyte EP45-UD3P/Xigmatek S1283/Windows XP SP3 Daily/47389 PP
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?act=Atta...=post&id=753137
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E8300
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E8200
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Overall
1.9.204/OC4/3/Intel E8500 [email protected]/Team Xtreem DDR 2 1066mhz [email protected],CL4-4-4-4/Abit IP35 Pro/Dtek Fuzion V2/Window XP SP2 Daily/45467 PP
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2.9.39/OC4/3/Intel E8400 [email protected]/Crucial Ballistix [email protected],5-5-5-10-2T/Abit IP35 Pro/Dtek Fuzion V2/Window XP SP2 Daily/45297 PP
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3.11.812/Jibek/Intel E8400 [email protected]/Team Xtreem DDR2-1066 [email protected],CL5-5-5-15/Gigabyte EP45-UD3P/Xigmatek S1283/Windows XP SP3 Daily/47389 PP
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?act=Atta...=post&id=753137
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This post has been edited by OC4/3: Jan 8 2009, 07:32 PM
Jibek
post Jan 8 2009, 07:24 PM

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Let me start 1st.. biggrin.gif

2.11.812/Jibek/Intel E8400 [email protected]/Team Xtreem DDR2-1066 [email protected],CL5-5-5-15/Gigabyte EP45-UD3P/Xigmatek S1283/Windows XP SP3 Daily/47389 PP


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cstkl1
post Jan 9 2009, 12:50 PM

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this is really getting out of hand
then somebody going to start each thread for different kind of pi scores by different procs

just doesnt make sense
think will start a pi thread for 920
one for 940
and one for 965
and then one for dual channel ddr3
then one for triple channel ddr3
and then one for 1N
then another for 2N
then one for Xp
then one for vista 64 bit
then one for vista 32bit
sup3rfly
post Jan 9 2009, 06:10 PM

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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Jan 9 2009, 12:50 PM)
this is really getting out of hand
then somebody going to start each thread for different kind of pi scores by different procs

just doesnt make sense
think will start a pi thread for 920
one for 940
and one for 965
and then one for dual channel ddr3
then one for triple channel ddr3
and then one for 1N
then another for 2N
then one for Xp
then one for vista 64 bit
then one for vista 32bit
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well consolidation needed here... put all 1m in 1 single thread like my 32m battle... it features core i7 as well.... ppl who run dual channels will be slower than triple channel... but thats personal preference.... if u wan to get in top places u better get a triple channel... else dun blame anyone for having triple channel and faster than the dual channel blush.gif

 

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