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#1 kingdingeling

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 09:06 AM

if noone else is gonna open this,
I will, to get the overclocking back into the spotlight of the OverClockersClub!

So, anyone who owns a socket T (775) Machine, get clocking and post your results, just like in the 939 competition! Everyone who enters this will have to list their CPU (Allendale/Conroe/Kentsfield) type of cooling (air, water, phase), and a screenshot of course!

[Edit] The 3DMark competition can be found here!

Categories like in the 939 competition,

Dual SuperPI 1M --> DOWNLOAD SuperPI HERE
Dual SuperPI 32M
OCCT 1 hour Stability Test --> DOWNLOAD OCCT HERE
Suicide Screenshot
Orthos/Dual Prime95 24 hours --> DOWNLOAD ORTHOS HERE / DOWNLOAD PRIME95 HERE

Result Categories:

Green = P4 Prescott/Presler/Smithfield
Blue = Celeron (Conroe-L)
Orange = Conroe (4MB L2 Cache)
Purple = 1333MHz FSB chips
Yellow = Allendale (2MB L2 Cache)
Red = Kentsfield (Quad Cores)
Grey = Pentium E (1MB L2 Cache)
Dark Red = 45nm (Wolfsdale)

SuperPI 1M Single Instance

HITandRUN 5804 MHz E8600 - 07.860s - LN2/DICE?
kitfit1 5502 MHz E8600 - 08.281s - phase
road-runner 5461 MHz E8600 - 08.547s - phase
Rehit 5000 MHz E8600 - 09.328s - air
kitfit1 4904 MHz E8500 - 09.469s - phase
HITandRUN 4878 MHz E8400 - 09.625s - dry ice
weldzilla 4725 MHz E8400 - 09.843s - air
mattwalter85 4590 MHz E8400 - 09.875s - air
road-runner 4703 MHz QX9650 - 09.922s - water
necron66 4644 MHz E8400 - 09.968 - air
Rehit 4634 MHz Xeon E3110 - 10.015s - air
road-runner 4635 MHz Q9650ES - 10.063s - water
gotdamojo06 4500 MHz E8400 - 10.530s - water
RJR 4410 MHz E8400 - 10.639s - air
ccokeman 4402 MHz QX9770 - 10.670s - air
SpeedEuphoria 4320 MHz Q9650 - 10.719s - air
Jammin 4335 MHz E8400 - 10.750s - air
FUZiON 4347 MHz E8400 - 10.835s - air
ebarone 4320 MHz E8400 - 10.920s - air
Compxpert 4304 MHz E8400 - 10.984s - air
gotdamojo06 4250 MHz E8600 - 11.217s - water
Puck 4104 MHz Xeon E3110 - 11.313s - air
Kingfisher 4165 MHz Q9550 - 11.450s - air
Celcius 4005 MHz Q9650 - 11.531s - air
Verran 4651 MHz E7400 - 11.657s - air
gotdamojo06 4515 MHz E6850 - 11.687s - DICE
l33t_p1mp 4000 MHz Q9450 - 11.710s - water
road-runner 4283 MHz E6850 - 11.922s - water
road-runner 4257 MHz Q6600 - 11.922s - water
The_Smith 4500 MHz E7300 - 12.203s - air
ccokeman 4092 MHz E6750 ES - 12.360s - air
firky 4109 MHz E6850 - 12.547s - water
Necron66 4005 MHz Q6600 - 12.625s - air
DLS2008 3680 MHz Q9450 - 12.776s - air
Rehit 4140 MHz QX6800 ES - 12.777s - air
philbrown23 4212 MHz Q6600 - 12.821s - water?
AJW256 4003 MHz Q6600 - 12.907s - air
cirro 4000 MHz Q6600 - 12.922s - air
hardnrg 3915 MHz Q6600 - 13.062s - water
kingdingeling 3906 MHz E6600 - 13.188 - air
The_Smith 4000 MHz E6750 - 13.369s - air
razor 3909 MHz Q6600 - 13.390s - air
Celcius 3748 MHz X6800 ES - 13.641s - air
kingdingeling 3600 MHz Q6600 - 14.313s - air
Celcius 3601 MHz Q6600 - 14.500s - air
Douce2290 3600 MHz E6600 - 15.686s - air
kelm 3585 MHz E6300 - 16.078s - air
Nightwish68 3000 MHz Q6600 - 16.828s - water

SuperPI 32M Single Instance

kitfit1 5301 MHz E8600 - 10m 02.844s - phase
weldzilla 4626 MHz E8400 - 10m 18.359s - water
kitfit1 4750 MHz E8500 - 10m 40.266s - phase
necron66 4500 MHz E8400 - 10m 46.141s - air
Rehit 4500 MHz Xeon E3110 - 11m 24.981s - air
SpeedEuphoria 4320 MHz Q9650 - 11m 42.797s - air
ebarone 4320 MHz E8400 - 11m 45.385s - air
road-runner 4464 MHz QX9650 - 11m 57.344s - water
gotdamojo06 4410 MHz E8400 - 12m 02.920s - water
gotdamojo06 4250 MHz E8600 - 12m 01.609s - water
road-runner 4248 MHz Q6600 - 12m 04.813s - water
Celcius 4005 MHz Q9650 - 12m 15.579s - air
Rehit 4800 MHz E8600 - 12m 18.391s - air
Verran 4567 MHz E7400 - 12m 43.937s - air
philbrown23 4212 MHz Q6600 - 12m 55.047s - water?
Rehit 4005 MHz QX6800 ES - 13m 00.421s - air
DLS2008 3600 MHz Q9450 - 13m 35.165s - air
The_Smith 3440 MHz E6750 - 15m 43.114s - air
Celcius 3501 MHz Q6600 - 16m 02.875s - air
Celcius 3733 MHz X6800 ES - 16m 03.234s - air

OCCT 1 Hour Stability Test

kitfit1 5153 MHz E8600 - phase
kitfit1 4750 MHz E8500 - phase
Rehit 4500 MHz E8600 - air
Verran 4400 MHz E7400 - air
mattwalter85 4302 MHz E8400 - air
gotdamojo06 4300 MHz E8600 - water
kitfit1 4240 MHz E6600 - phase
road-runner 4208 MHz Xeon X3380 - water
ebarone 4203 MHz E8400 - air
road-runner 4200 MHz Pentium D915 - air
road-runner 4104 MHz E6850 - water
gotdamojo06 4100 MHz E8600 - water
road-runner 4050 MHz Q6600 - water
road-runner 4043 MHz QX9650 - water
gotdamojo06 4031 MHz E6850 - water
road-runner 4005 MHz Q6600 - water
road-runner 4005 MHz Q9650 ES - water
gotdamojo06 4005 MHz E8400 - air
firky 3938 MHz E6850 - water
road-runner 3870 MHz E6600 - water
Rehit 3744 MHz QX6800 ES - air
ccokeman 3728 MHz E6700 - air
hardnrg 3681 MHz Q6600 - water
gotdamojo06 3640 MHz E6600 - air
Tallman 3624 MHz E6700 - air
road-runner 3618 MHz E6600 - air
hardnrg 3602 MHz E6600 - water
kingdingeling 3600 MHz Q6600 - air
Makaveli 3600 MHz E6600 - air
Scratch 3600 MHz E6400 - Peltier Cooler
firky 3600 MHz E6600 - water
DLS2008 3600 MHz Q9450 - air
ccokeman 3572 MHz E6600 - air
road-runner 3560 MHz Q6600 - air
damian 3519 MHz E7200 - air
Andrewr05 3500 MHz Pentium 4 521 - air
road-runner 3402 MHz Q6600 - air
Fueler 3400 MHz E6420 - air
kingdingeling 3304 MHz E6400 - air
cchalogamer 3000 MHz Celeron 420 - air

Prime95 24 hours

kitfit1 5100 MHz E8600 - phase
gotdamojo06 4300 MHz E8600 - water
kitfit1 4240 MHz E6600 - phase
Compxpert 4110 MHz E8400 - air
Verran 4000 MHz E7400 - air
ccokeman 3960 MHz E6750 ES - air
Celcius 3906 MHz Q9650 - air
ccokeman 3656 MHz E6600 - air
swifty11212 3603 MHz E6600 - air
hardnrg 3600 MHz Q6600 - water
ccokeman 3600 MHz E6700 - air
chavalcito 3600 MHz E6600 - air
T_J_Collier 3600 MHz Q9450 - air
Kingfisher 3600 MHz E6600 - air
hardnrg 3560 MHz E6600 - water
Celcius 3402 MHz Q6600 - air
kingdingeling 3400 MHz E6400 - air
ziggy54345 3360 MHz E6300 - air
Verran 3240 MHz Q6600 - air
firky 3200 MHz E6600 - air

Suicide Screenshot

HITandRUN 6000 MHz E8600 - LN2/DICE?
kitfit1 5502 MHz E8600 - phase
HITandRUN 5118 MHz E8400 - dry ice
philbrown23 5002 MHz E8500 - dry ice
Rehit 5000 MHz E8600 - air
kitfit1 4904 MHz E8500 - phase
weldzilla 4903 MHz Pentium D 950 - water
mattwalter85 4750 MHz E8500 - phase
gotdamojo06 4701 MHz E6850 - DICE
road-runner 4700 MHz QX9650 - water
Rehit 4680 MHz Xeon E3110 - air
Verran 4651 MHz E7400 - air
weldzilla 4639 MHz Pentium 4 540J - air
road-runner 4635 MHz Q9650ES - water
HITandRUN 4613 MHz Pentium E2200 - LN2
The_Smith 4500 MHz E7300 - air
road-runner 4427 MHz E6850 - water
damian 4417 MHz E7200 - air
ajmatson 4322 MHz E8500 - air
gotdamojo06 4320 MHz E8400 - water
Tallman 4309 MHz Pentium D 805 - air
Crusader 4274 MHz Pentium 955EE - air
philbrown23 4212 MHz Q6600 - water?
road-runner 4192 MHz E6600 - water
road-runner 4158 MHz Q6600 - air
Rehit 4140 MHz QX6800 ES - air
road-runner 4077 MHz Q9650 ES - water
firky 4050 MHz E6850 - water
Tallman 4042 MHz E6700 - air
hardnrg 4031 MHz Q6600 - water
kingdingeling 4023 MHz Xeon 3060 - air
turophiliac 4004 MHz E8400 - air
AJW256 4003 MHz Q6600 - air
Tallman 4003 MHz E6700 - air
suchuwato 4000 MHz E6750 - air
The_Smith 4000 MHz E6750 - air
firky 3993 MHz E6600 - water
razorcanes 3963 MHz Q6600 - air
ccokeman 3903 MHz E6600 - air
road-runner 3870 MHz E6600 - air
Celcius 3851 MHz X6800 ES - air
gotdamojo06 3800 MHz E6600 - air
J-Stew 3708 MHz Q6600 - air
smolt 3703 MHz Q9550 - air
Celcius 3702 MHz Q6600 - air
weldzilla 3700 MHz E6400 - air
cchalogamer 3605 MHz E6600 - air
swifty11212 3603 MHz E6600 - air
road-runner 3276 MHz E6300 - air
chavalcito 3201 MHz E6600 - air
skunksmash 3183 MHz E2180 - air
get_saif 3120 MHz E2140 - air
Tetedeiench 3015 MHz E4300 - air

post away, lets see some nice clocks here! :D

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 12:21 PM

I have to get a Conroe....

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 12:46 PM

I guess I'll get it started:
1M:
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32M:
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maxSS for now:
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stepping: haven't checked (it's an ES chip)
cooling: air (zalman)

Edited by Celcius, 27 November 2006 - 12:48 PM.

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 01:38 PM

Does 478 count? my 3.4e often beats the 3.4 775 equivalent.... i should probably say stomps it :P

BTW: Northwoods were 478 only, everything in the 775 series are pressy based

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#5 kingdingeling

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 01:39 PM

added, come on there, Ziggy/Bleeble etc, you guys have Conroes, lets see something!

edit: mhh, I guess I'll have scrap the northwoods then, 478 could be a second category, not sure though if we should put it in there, there's not that many people using them anymore.

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 01:52 PM

added, come on there, Ziggy/Bleeble etc, you guys have Conroes, lets see something!

edit: mhh, I guess I'll have scrap the northwoods then, 478 could be a second category, not sure though if we should put it in there, there's not that many people using them anymore.


pfft, what i ment is that mine often beats the 775 equivelant (Most NWs of the 478s STOMPED the 775 equivelant) you might as well change it to 478/775 :P

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 02:01 PM

I know what you meant, but you are probably the only one who will post one then :P

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 08:17 PM

Here;s my 6600 at 3.2 currently trying to break out of the 975 chipset blues. Using buffalo firestix memory at 4-4-4-12 and its good to 459 at 4-5-5-12.

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Posted 28 November 2006 - 12:35 AM

why don't you post teh times in each category as well? that way anyone looking at the list won't have to look through the entire thread to view the times

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Posted 28 November 2006 - 01:14 AM

added, come on there, Ziggy/Bleeble etc, you guys have Conroes, lets see something!

edit: mhh, I guess I'll have scrap the northwoods then, 478 could be a second category, not sure though if we should put it in there, there's not that many people using them anymore.

I thought about making this thread, but I decided to wait until after I got my Ultra-120 and HR-05 on Wednesday. :D I just had cable hooked up and it didn't work for more than 15 seconds at a time. Apparently it decided to work now (even if it is going at the ungodly slow speed of .5 Mbps).

How about adding an Orthos category for the dual cores? It's easier than opening to instances of Prime95 :P

why don't you post teh times in each category as well? that way anyone looking at the list won't have to look through the entire thread to view the times


:withstupid: Good idea.

I'll be back here in a day or two ;)

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Posted 28 November 2006 - 02:11 AM

ohk, times will be added, and prime95 chenged to Orthos, as you're right, its a lot easier!

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Posted 29 November 2006 - 09:54 PM

Pushed a bit more and have pi 1m and 32m at 3.6.Trying to work on stability.

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