Spam and offtopic discussion will be removed on sight. Update... I do not manage the results table myself, so please don't email me regarding the table being updated. If you spot inaccuracies or problems with the results table, please email Fr4nk with your queries/problems. Thanks The only way to really do any form of results thread, is using screenshots of programs such as CPU-Z and other such programs. Rules Due some possible flaws in the way this challenge is run, I've had to introduce some rules. Thanks to Jaguar_Infinity for bringing some of these possible flaws to my attention. You must include a screenshot for your result to count, there are many places to upload it, I've offered to host them too... uploadit.org is also available to upload files for free, so there are no excuses! You must use the linked version of SuperPI which is linked in this thread, *nix users: you need to run Wine to get it to work. Take your screenshot before you hit the "OK" button where it says "PI calcluation is done" because it's possible to edit the numbers which are returned in the main program view. Please include the following information about your system: Processor Motherboard Cooling Memory, timings, and dividers (this information can be found out using CPU-Z) CPU-Z download CPU-Z is a freeware that provides some information on your system : Processor name and vendor Core stepping and process Processor package Processor current core voltage Internal and external clocks, clock multiplier Partial overclock detection Processor features, including supported instructions sets. L1 to L3 cache information : location, size, speed, technology. Motherboard information : name, vendor, BIOS, chipset, memory, AGP. Memory information : size, type, timings, specifications. Super-PI download This program tests how fast you can compute pi to x number of decimal places, for the purposes of this thread, we'll use 1M decimal places. Run Super-PI and compute PI to 1M decimal places, then start up CPU-Z and take a screenshot of your desktop and trim it down to size so that you still have your desktop in the background make images no larger than 1024x768 please, anything larger please post as a link. Also post some system specs (CPU stock speed, overclocked speed, vcore at that speed & stepping/week number (if known), RAM, fsb, voltage & timings (if known), motherboard, cooling and temps) If you get an error in computation of PI, it means your system is not a stable overclock, as it's making computational errors, keep trying til you get it to run without any errors. Top 30 Spam and offtopic discussion will be removed on sight.