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Overclocking Results: Super-PI Challenge! (please read the first post)

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Tim S, 8 Sep 2003.

  1. Jeager

    Jeager What's a Dremel?

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  2. huren

    huren What's a Dremel?

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    abit NF7
    2500+ @ 3200+ yet to play around with multiplier, and voltages.
    geil 2 x 256 2.5-6-3-3
    air atm, due to leak in res :sigh:
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  3. Pballer98c

    Pballer98c Minimodder

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    Here are my results :)
    hehe...
    Stock eMachines t2893 ($199)
    Intel Celeron D 2.66
    512mb pc3200
    mobo= ?unknown?
     
  4. Mister_Tad

    Mister_Tad Will work for nuts Super Moderator

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    wow, awesome
    that is immense for a $199 system :eeek:

    good effort :thumb:
     
  5. Pballer98c

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    thanks... lol
    i tried to overclock it yesterday but everything was locked :-/
    o well looking at making a gaming machine so hopefully ill be much faster! :D
     
  6. BjD

    BjD What's a Dremel?

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    My attempt:

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    Yay i beat a P4 :)

    (If thats against thread rules the full 1280x1024 screenshot is here)

    Abit NF7-S V2
    AMD Athlon Thunderbird 1.2, @1.8V
    1 stick of TwinMOS PC2700, 256Mb, standard timings (2.5-3-3-7)
    Cooled by a Coolermaster copper/alu sink, unknown type, with the fan replaced by a 100mm radial blower :D
    Temps are in the low 40s

    Could probably push it some more but i have an XP-M to play with now :clap:
     
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  7. RobbieGSM

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    Hey Guys.

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    Got that with the Rig in my signature. ram is at 2.5.3.5.2 :) 200Mhz.
     
  8. hughwi

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    Ok, so i finally did a little cleaning in my rig and thought i would give it another go :D

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    Thats with the same kit as previous score.
     
  9. Highland3r

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    44 secs? That seems to slow for that cpu speed tbh... Should be around the 42sec mark IMO...
     
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    I can only manage 41/42secs depending on what day of the week it is, even in safe mode. So either thats about right, or mines too slow as well
     
  11. Zoomer

    Zoomer What's a Dremel?

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    41/42 isnt that bad with no overclocking i get 43 on my 3200+ AMD64 which should in theory do better.
     
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    mobile barton iqyha
    dfi lpb
    twinmos utt 2-2-2-11
    alx-800/delta fan
    yes it's all in sig, but so many people say "specs in sig" then you go reading old posts and sigs have changed, it's very annoying!
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  13. RobbieGSM

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    With mine, i'm getting 38s, but i have the 3400+, should still be quicker then that.
     
  14. Froggy

    Froggy What's a Dremel?

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    Wtf, you got your rig as your background? Is it to hard to glance to the right (or left) and see your system?? :confused: :thumb:
     
  15. Highland3r

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    What voltage you feeding that mem? Where'd you manage to find it in the uk? tekheads or komplett??
     
  16. JuMpErFLY

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    got it from tekheads - they actually sell the AA4T separately now but only in 256. Feeding it 3.3V max of dfi board (reads at 3.35V in bios). Not doing as well as others on XS though - can't hit 240 stable, tekheads have the mtec chips which don't seem to do as well as the twinmos.
     
  17. Highland3r

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    Ok thanks :)
    Give cas2.5 a shot, see if that helps, also what 3.3 and 5v line are you running? slightly increasing the 3.3 can help a fair bit with oc's :)
     
  18. JuMpErFLY

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    Will give cas 2.5 a go when I get the chance, currently running 3.3/5 at stock - never modded psu rails before :|
     
  19. alastor

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    Ok so whats happening with mine? Yours is a whole 4secs faster, but with only ~40mhz difference. :sigh:

    How much does SuperPi depend on FSB? Only run mine at 220, but the board will do 240+ :naughty: . Not so sure on my memory though...
     
  20. Highland3r

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    Memory timings, make a huge difference, background processes, are you running realtime?
    What OS are you using?
    The 40mhz could push him 1 sec ahead (usual rule is ~ 100mhz per 1 sec)
    10 fsb extra gains another?
    The tighter timings another ?
    Maybe OS tweaks/services/priority gain another...? So that could be your 4 seconds...
     

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