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Socket 939 Oc Competition (single/dual)

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update: thread re-opened for all 939 cpus!

 

i'm ready to go to war!!!!

 

come on ya cabne wimps! lets see who can get the highest clocks for each of the following:

 

superpi 1m

superpi 32m

occt

"suicide" screenshot

 

later on we can add the following to the list:

 

occt torture (24 hours) (edit: ok, so no-one cares about occt torture lol)

prime95 (24 hours)

 

duration on those can be agreed upon later...

 

when i remove the ihs on this you cabne boys are in trouble definitely cos you'll need water or phase to beat me on air lol :P

 

let the games begin! :D

 

blue = 1MB cache per core: San Diego, Venus; Toledo, Denmark

green = 512K cache per core: Clawhammer, Winchester, Venice; Manchester

 

note: dual core cpus should run dual instances of stress-tests where applicable

 

Download Links:

 

CPU-Z: http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

SuperPi mod: http://www.xtremesystems.com/pi/

OCCT (16-core support): http://www.ocbase.com/perestroika_en/index.php?Download

StressPrime2004: http://sp2004.fre3.com/download.htm

StressPrime2004 Orthos Edition (dual core): http://sp2004.fre3.com/beta/beta2.htm

 

 

Current results

 

Single core: Phase 1

 

SuperPi 1M:

Weee - 3580 MHz (148 CABNE 0528GPMW, MaxTCase = 65

Edited by hardnrg

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*DING DING DING DING* "And the fight is on, in corner number one is Hardnrg supporting the UK with his lean mean CABYE Opteron fighting machines and in the left corner there is nobdoy willing to take on the lean mean UK fighting machine"

 

 

To Be Continued

 

:D

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Here is a screenshot of 2.87ghz @ stock volts. I wont go any higher until I get better cooling.

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My Super Pi times suck since I'm running a Ram divider. The only thing I care about is 24 hours of Prime 95 stability.

Edited by lilkev715

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Nice..... start a competition while I'm on vacation....

 

Yeah, trash talk me while I'm gone..... I see how it is :P

 

As of right now, I'm still seeing how far I can push on stock volts. I can do 9 hours of OCCT at 250x11 (2750) so far. When I left my house for work today, I was testing 255x11 (2805) and it was 15 minutes into an OCCT torture test so far, so things are looking good for at least 30 minute stability.

 

I have passed 1M and 4M at 275x11 (3025) on 1.5v, but I don't see myself going much over 1.45 for daily use simply because this thing runs so friggin hot.

 

I'm REALLY considering a water setup for this guy because I think he could get about 3200 at 1.6v, but first might be a set of geil 1.5cas since my PDP just doesn't hold up at high HTTs. :(

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Well I have an Opteron 148 with CABNE 0528, i am just waiting on my stupid DFI sli-dr expert to come !! suppose to ship Nov 15!!

 

Then it is on!

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something more for you wimps to aim for:

 

3070mhz occt stable, 3118mhz suicide

 

3070mhzocct1595v9fk.th.gif 3118mhzsuicidesandra7mf.th.gif

 

next i'm gonna remove the IHS and then you'll have no chance lol... come on ya wimps! let's see the clocks! :D

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Wow nrg... I can't believe you're dumping 1.595 and 1.623v into those chips on air....

 

This thing is too hot for my liking at 1.550v! Anything to break 3ghz though, huh? :P

 

I'm perfectly stable at 255x11 (2800) on stock volts, and for right now, that's a happy point for me. My Geil One is on order and should be here before the weekend, at which point I plan to test 10x and maybe even 9x if I can get the ram to 320 or so.

 

I'm pretty sure I'll be at 1.450v or lower for a good while though. Maybe WC will come at christmas. :)

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