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

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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?
Good point there as well.

;)

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If we'll do it that way, then I'll just keep going. ^_^

 

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Q6600 @ 3.2 (400x8) 12.899s 25m

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Edited by nVidia_Freak

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Whats with CPUZ on your rig?

 

Was that a downclocked run?

 

:lol:

 

I haven't downclocked it intentionally. Everything is running at stock settings, though I don't remember any SpeedStep options in my BIOS.

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why is this thread in the "Overclocking and Cooling" section instead of the benchmarks section?

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why is this thread in the "Overclocking and Cooling" section instead of the benchmarks section?
Errrr... oops

I was referencing the 775 overclocking thread and the 3Dmark thread, I guess I wasn't paying attention.

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ycrunch3.jpg

 

16.539 seconds with Q9300 @ 3,6 and 32-bit Vista.

Edited by Flibo

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14.407 seconds on Q9550 @ 2.83GHz on Windows 7 64 Bit.

 

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Edited by IIxNullxII

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ALL UPDATED SO FAR

 

 

More info:

The sanity check error that it gave you can (but not always) show up under the following circumstances:

 

1. Either the system clock or the BIOS clock has been tampered during the computation.

2. The program has detected an abnormal frequency* - possibly caused by time-slowing cheats.

3. The binary has been tampered with.

4. The base clock or the FSB has been tampered with.**

 

*Note that speed-step and any CPU throttling/power-saving feature does NOT trigger this. (I've made sure of that.)

**This is an unwanted side-effect of the anti-cheat protection. As a result, SetFSB and similar tools may not work as they may trigger a sanity check error

 

Kind of a bummer, I was hoping to clock up a bit and drop my score.

 

:(

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ALL UPDATED SO FAR

 

 

More info:

 

 

Kind of a bummer, I was hoping to clock up a bit and drop my score.

 

:(

 

Yeah, totally different thing to boot with high clocks than get them via setFSB :( But I guess it's the same for all!

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It will be nice when the guy finds a way to code for seFSB and other clockgen like programs...

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