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Thread: Raising the Bar on AMD

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    Raising the Bar on AMD

    Ok first off I'm not claiming a WR, in fact anyone claiming a WR on currently available AMD hardware needs to get there head examined.

    A WR is the highest score period.

    It's a High Score on AMD and thats where it ends.....

    Needless to say this is done on expander thats not available and a beta driver.....whatever, I did it because I enjoy doing it.

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    Cards were on air for the duration however I intend to smack them on ln2 @ ROG Formula X.



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    Great scores chew*.

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    Good work Brian, was time to set the record straight
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    I just killed a spider. Awesome setup - run out of room in the lab?

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    Nice score man, pots on the cards next run?
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    Yes sir.
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    fast cpu, fast memory and quad sli. . .

    great job can't wait to see the cards under cold

    So is the expander specific to mother board or is this the one from the R3E?

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    Nice Thuban action, it's been awhile since I looked but that 6 core CPU score looks pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G H Z View Post
    Nice Thuban action, it's been awhile since I looked but that 6 core CPU score looks pretty good.
    It's not bad but not great GHZ, I think the best i've hit around that speed on thuban was 32K cpu score, not sure if the score is down due to a tad less board effeciency or 4 way sli overhead.

    Loud, it's just a normal expander that works in many ASUS models.

    I have to admit I was preety lazy for all this, I should have tuned each trimmer but just used software, clocks that you see are run through the whole test.

    When I go for a proper ln2 run I will vary clocks per test and tune each card individually
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    nicely done.


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    I was honestly preety focussed on the system and jotting down lots of info for future use to notice to much.
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    Nice runs Chew, too bad expander doesn't work on CIVE. Guess it's time to upgrade to CVF.
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    Nice work Brian !

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    Good job, way to go!
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    Always nice to see you pushing the AMD system to the limits bro
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    sweet stuff chew*! can't wait to see you tune efficiency ! keep at it

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    Nice work Brian

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    hell yea

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    looking good. Nice to see you pushing the Crosshair V and hopefully helping improving the bios :-)

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    Nicely done, I want to see NewEgg's reaction video now
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    Cool to see some nice clocks on Thuban with cold!
    On top of that nice 4-way SLI and chew*'s magic makes it just great!
    I love that NB clock you have there!
    BTW did you clock all 6 cores to the same freq? or you did variable and some affinity?

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    Nicely done, Brian! Very good efficiency, I see. :-)
    Do you reckon you can hit P60K with cards under LN2 before hitting the CPU bottleneck?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miahallen View Post
    Nice work Brian

    Did you ever get a chance to test out my pot?
    Not yet soon, this run required a pot better tuned for the application.

    Quote Originally Posted by zalbard View Post
    Nicely done, Brian! Very good efficiency, I see. :-)
    Do you reckon you can hit P60K with cards under LN2 before hitting the CPU bottleneck?
    No clue, this is an older driver, Still testing stuff. It appears more effecient than the lucid variant I was using.

    I assume but do not know if nf200 is costing a hit yet. Still waiting for a valid driver as well so things are subject to change
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    very nice! I was sleeping last days...Did u used both PSU conectors?
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