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[OBSOLETE] ---Official Y-Cruncher Score Thread---

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Official Y-Cruncher Score Thread

 

 

Warning... This program can be more intensive than prime95.

Version 0.4.3 stress test runs hotter than both prime95 and Linpack on Core i7 with HT enabled.

We've had our first dead motherboard as a result of this program.

So watch your hardware if your overclock is borderline unsafe under prime95 and Linpack.

 

 

Rules:

Run y-cruncher at all the stock settings for 25 million digits of PI

Post a screenshot of y-cruncher

Post a screenshot of CPU-Z, both the CPU and MEMORY tab are preferred however just the CPU tab will suffice

 

Score key:

Hexa Core - Green

Quad Core - Red

Triple core - Magenta

Dual Core - Orange

Single Core - Yellow

Atom/Other - Teal

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.5.3 Build 9134 (fix 2) Scores:

 

AMD -

 

INTEL -

Cowking C2D E8400 @ 3.8Ghz 22.530 32bit

injijagwalaafq T2370 @ 1.73GHz 64.611 32bit

 

 

 

 

 

 

v0.4.4 Build 7760 Scores:

 

AMD -

lobob420 Phenom II X4 965 @ 4.1Ghz 10.431 64bit

Gopher Love - Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.9Ghz 11.485 64bit

damian - Phenom II X4 965 @ 3.65Ghz 11.982 64bit

boinker Phenom II X4 940 @ 3.7Ghz 12.371 64bit

f!ver Phenom II X4 940 @ 3.5Ghz 12.455 64bit

XxHellxRaizerxX Phenom II X4 940 @ 3.5Ghz 12.662 64bit

yuridude Phenom II x3 720 BE @ 3.62Ghz 17.583 64bit

sdy284 939 Opteron 165 @ 2.2Ghz 69.469 32bit

 

 

INTEL -

kitfi1 Core i7 Extreme 975 @ 4.93Ghz 6.571 64bit

Danny_75 Core i7 860 @ 4.2Ghz 7.262 64bit

RJR Core i7 860 @ 4.2Ghz 7.302 64bit

Water_Hazard Xeon W3520 @ 4.399Ghz 7.208 64bit

Blaise Core i7 920 @ 4.2Ghz 7.445 64bit 7.679

xchrissypoox Core i7 920 @ 4.4Ghz 7.445 64bit

sdy284 Core i7 920 @ 4.0Ghz 7.641 64bit

guyrichi247 Core i7 920 @ 3.9Ghz 7.726 64bit

OwinC Core i7 920 @ 4.09Ghz 8.145 64bit

osmt2 i5 750 @ 4ghz 8.425 64bit

Bosco Core i7 920 @ 3.6Ghz 8.661 64bit

poke349 DUAL Xeon X5482's @ 3.2Ghz 9.861 64bit

flareback - Core i7 920 @ 2.67Ghz 10.867 64bit

Flibo Q9300 @ 3.6Ghz 12.350 64bit

nVidia_Freak Q6600 @ 3.3Ghz 12.471 64bit

Waco Q6600 @ 3.2Ghz 13.748 64bit

Pezcore Q9550 @ 3.5Ghz 14.065 64bit

IIxNullxII Q9550 @ 2.83Ghz 14.407 64bit

Andrewr05 Xeon X3220 @ 3Ghz 14.743 64bit

Flibo Q9300 @ 3.6Ghz 16.539 32bit

Kash - Q6600 @ 2.4Ghz 17.866 64bit

Cowking C2D E8400 @ 3.510Ghz 22.530 32bit

Andrewr05 "Beast Case" Pentium 4 @ 1.79Ghz 356.752 32bit

XxHellxRaizerxX Pentium III EB @ 1.19Ghz 611.367 32bit

Danny_75 Pentium III EB @ 864.5Mhz 754.371 32bit

 

 

 

27909488.jpgWHO CAN POST THE WORST SCORE?

 

 

 

 

PM me if I haven't updated this in a while.

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AMD Phenom II X4 965 @ 3.4GHz (stock)

25m - 13.832

 

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Edited by damian

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Your post didn't mention it but I'm assuming you just want the 25M test

 

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Your post didn't mention it but I'm assuming you just want the 25M test
I was debating with myself whether or not I wanted to do 25 and 50 but I think for simplicity we'll keep it just 25M.

 

 

Whats with CPUZ on your rig?

 

Was that a downclocked run?

 

:lol:

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25 million digits attached. EDIT: 64 bit.

 

 

 

Whats with CPUZ on your rig?

 

Was that a downclocked run?

 

:lol:

I assume he's got Speedstep enabled. Mine is too, it just didn't clock down when I took the shot. :P Mine sits at 2.4 GHz normally (400x6).

Edited by Waco

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Xeon X3220 @ 3GHZ

32 bit

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Should we denote 32/64 bit on the scores as well?

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Copy pasta.

 

Edit-

You should make separate sections for 25m, 50m etc. Like what the original XS thread has.

Edited by nVidia_Freak

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Should we denote 32/64 bit on the scores as well?

That's probably a good idea. :)

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You should make separate sections for 25m, 50m etc. Like what the original XS thread has.
I might but we'll stick with 25M for now.

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Andrew - I wouldn't use the scores that include dumping the data to disk. Who cares about sustained write speeds on HDDs?

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