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    [OC Team Latvia] ... 32M @ 7:59 done !!!

    Some more details about the rig in the original thread with updated first post already, but now...

    ... ladies and gentlemen...

    ... for the first time ever...

    Superpi 32M @ 7min 59sec by Sam [OC Team Latvia]

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlobber View Post
    Some more details about the rig in the original thread with updated first post already, but now...

    ... ladies and gentlemen...

    ... for the first time ever...

    Superpi 32M @ 7min 59sec by Sam [OC Team Latvia]

    AWESOME!!!!!

    I7 920 D0 5362 1.627v
    980X retail 3003A258 - 6683mhz 1.85v
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    Oki, so this is why Sam doesnt go to Amsterdam, the Latvia not invited was just a cover up... Whats the bare fact is that I've told him not to do sub 8min

    Nice time =)
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    Great results and nice time with cpu clock

    so look like P5K3-De it very good for Pi always
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    OMG, look at that efficiency You guys are THE best ! Keep up the good work !

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    Awsome results Team Latvia
    that bios surely fast for pi

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    Very good good good job
    Awesome result
    The 8min was breaked
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    Finally sub 8'...great work!

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    it was only a matter of time...and once again, the P5K3-Dlx strikes down upon thee with furious anger!

    excellent work guys, can't say enough how nice it is to see 8min fall
    i don't quote in my signature, but best WR ever...
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    It holds the current WR for the least vcore required to run 4500Mhz stable (1.32vcore)
    i can't even make that shyt up ^^^

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    Yeah, P5K3 Dlx needs some mods but when those are done, it transforms to an undead benching monster. It has been like half a dozen times when we have thought it being completely dead... but it always has been resurrected, and every time with more astonishing performance.
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    Too bad they have been discontinued long time ago
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    where is other clocker is the wide world???
    Hipro ...and another pi runners ??? why no one didn't replay here or in your thread(Half a second away from 32M WR)

    i am not confused, it's real, another OPB here
    live run is the best way to show your hands when run 32m and 1m

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    608MHz FSB on the f* P5K3 Deluxe ? Are you f* kidding me ?
    How many volts did you push through the PLL and NB ?
    Coding 24/7... Limited forums/PMs time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fake_Buster View Post
    where is other clocker is the wide world???
    Hipro ...and another pi runners ??? why no one didn't replay here or in your thread(Half a second away from 32M WR)

    i am not confused, it's real, another OPB here
    live run is the best way to show your hands when run 32m and 1m

    I'm surprise read this

    I don't expert to spi1m but I'm work on spi32m from 2 year. I don't defend nobody but for my experience this time is possible. Not flame on my word

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fake_Buster View Post
    where is other clocker is the wide world???
    Hipro ...and another pi runners ??? why no one didn't replay here or in your thread(Half a second away from 32M WR)

    i am not confused, it's real, another OPB here
    live run is the best way to show your hands when run 32m and 1m
    I am sure that if you pay for the trip, Sam is more than willing to bench in front of you
    Where courage, motivation and ignorance meet, a persistent idiot awakens.

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    Benchzowner, no high Vnb needed for high fsb - while a gem mainboard might give you extra 10-20 fsb, it is usually dependent on CPU actually - we've had an E8500 for example, which could do 5Ghz on air but had fsb wall <550fsb on any P35 mobo. Now the E8500 used in this run is a completely different "beast", just look at the batch number, for instance

    All those as well as voltage details here

    And this particular board could do 16M @ 2000mhz easy - look at this older pic
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    AWESOME !!!!!
    Sub8 in 32M.... like sub8 in 1M for a long time ago

    VERY NICE RESULT and awesome efficiency...

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    You guys are damn lucky.
    I've got 2 P5K3 Deluxe's here with me, and 10 E8500's ( including a Q807 ) and 1 E8400.... none of those CPUs reached any FSB frequency higher than 560 on the P5K3D's ( while lots of them hit 600+ on the P5Q3D / P5E64 WS Evo ).

    My best P5K3D can do DDR3-2000 32M & Prime95, Orthos etc un-modded ( just some fan to cool the NB & RAM ).
    And yes, the P5K3 Deluxe is a lovely motherboard and a benching beast, isn't it ?

    Congrats for the WR.
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    Sam as I have said to you a number of times you are a star and simply the best thing since buttered toast. Your months and months of testing and trying to perfect your OS and benching techiuque is starting to pay hansome dividents. I suspect that you are not done yet and that there is still more to come from you. Great Super PI 32 benching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George_o/c View Post
    OMG, look at that efficiency You guys are THE best ! Keep up the good work !
    *sign*
    The Initial value finished
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    PI calculation is done!


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    Very nice work! An awesome run!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperhorn View Post
    *sign*
    hehehehhehehehehe

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    Congratulation [OC Team Latvia] for the first sub8 @32m run

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    congratz on the first sub 8min 32m - what a faaaast run
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    BenchZowner, you know that some part of oc is luck as in any game
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