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    I like the chart BTW, good fun. Now I proudly have the 2nd highest RAC single CPU host
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    RAC updated. Infrnl regains No.1 spot & the first i7 920 blasts onto the list, no prizes for guessing who the user is

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    Hey good job
    Are you updating the RAC automaticly?

    Oh! you got my Xeon W3670 wrong I think, never heard of a W4670 could be a typo from me.

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    er.... it looks like a *cough* W3670 to me
    Done manually Only reliable method it seems
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    Mydog is top dog A second i7 920 qualifies for inclusion (User seems familiar) & Moviemans SB looks like it could be steamrollered by Fallwinds i7 920

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    I moved to 8 threads on my K ... seems to help


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    I have a 920 that should be making the list very soon.
    Solid at 4.2Ghz for a week, 7 day average is at 5224 with a RAC of 4901 and climbing
    A lot of making the grade here comes down to STABLE STABLE STABLE and also project mix

    Heck, if I can cut it, anyone can

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    I have got to get off my a$$ and intstall Win7 64-bit on my 2600k and crank it up to 4800-4900 MHz.
    XP 32-bit is killing me right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestang View Post
    I have got to get off my a$$ and intstall Win7 64-bit on my 2600k and crank it up to 4800-4900 MHz.
    XP 32-bit is killing me right now
    I hear you there. I need to get off mine too and get better cooling on 2600K(currently only@3.8) also need to get my h2o on my sr-2's.....i have only been piecing it together for the past year or so


    @SAM: updated info. I do not know how I am at the top and not sure how my Intel000 is higher than my 5670's(maybe cause things got messed up and the 5670's restarted from scratch)
    Intel000=E5645's,@3600mhz on air
    X5670's@4ghz on air
    Both systems running win7 Ult 64 bit

    I also do not know what I am doing cause there are some impressive results on other cpu's and single cpu rigs. Are there optimizations to help improve these scores, rac, whetstone/drystone?
    I do not know if we want to include if chips are retail/specials? projects running? I know different projects will show different results.
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    Hi All - I just submitted stats for my very sick 2600K, which should sneak into the list with RAC = 5199. WCG username Rickjb, stats @ http://stats.free-dc.org/stats.php?p...cg&name=267470 are:
    ID Project Rank Today Lastupdate Yesterday 2 Days Ago Average Last 7days Last 28days RAC Total Credit
    1328029 2,338 0 0 5,240 4,973 5,338 31,959 142,397 5,199 1,249,408

    i7-2600K @ 4200MHz, 1.23Vcore (loaded), RAM: 1066MHz, 5-6-5-13 1N, 1.54V (max stable speed and max Vdimm without rapid further degradation on this machine). M/b: AsRock Z68 Pro3-M. Cooling: TRUE Venomous X with single Ultra-Kaze 2000rpm. HT ON of course. Using the IGP underclocked to 1100MHz, power draw crunching WCG is 141W, running 4 x Prime95 + 4 x IBT slurps 160W. PSU: CoolerMaster RealPower M620 80+.
    O/S: XP-64, BOINC 6.2.19 64-bit.
    Current project mix: FAAH, C4CW, HCC (sometimes micromanaged to run on 2 threads), CEP2 (often micromanaged to run on just 1 thread). HCC is there because it does all/mostly integer calcs, while the others do floating point. That should help HT to work better. C4CW is there because perfmonitor said it used minimal memory bandwidth when I ran it on my Athlon-64 4200, and this 2600K is very short on memory bandwidth.
    Last edited by BlindFreddie; 10-26-2011 at 06:20 AM. Reason: tweaked RAM 6-6-6-15 -> 5-6-5-13

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    Data updated, thanks for the info guys

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    Updated.....trn-XS takes top single cpu spot from Fallwind

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    I had noticed that, I've been watching (and gunning for that spot for many weeks )
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    Updated using Boincstats

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    I want my top spot back
    Time to put the SR-2 into "winter mode"
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcool View Post
    I want my top spot back
    Time to put the SR-2 into "winter mode"
    Putting the SR-2 with the X5670's to into "winter mode" at 4,5 GHz and hoping to get the other SR-2 rig with the X5690's up this weekend.

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    4.5 huh? What kinda voltage are you pushing for that? Running on chilled water, I don't have to worry about temperatures, but the voltage does scare me a little for 24/7. My primary CPU can do 4.5 @ 1,375V easy, but the secondary needs like 1,45V to do it. So I'm rarely running over 4.4...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcool View Post
    4.5 huh? What kinda voltage are you pushing for that? Running on chilled water, I don't have to worry about temperatures, but the voltage does scare me a little for 24/7. My primary CPU can do 4.5 @ 1,375V easy, but the secondary needs like 1,45V to do it. So I'm rarely running over 4.4...
    Need 1,38V and 1,41V to run both at 4,5 on the X5670's and a tad less on the X5690's, using chilled water here too.

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    Well, looks like your CPUs are slightly better than mine - guess the age is showing

    Anyway, I've settled into winter mode now... 176x25 = 4.4Ghz with 10x dram and 18x uncore. 1,36/1,42 Vcore, 1,32V VTT, 1,66V Vdimm, 1,25V NB, rest auto

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcool View Post
    Well, looks like your CPUs are slightly better than mine - guess the age is showing

    Anyway, I've settled into winter mode now... 176x25 = 4.4Ghz with 10x dram and 19x uncore. 1,36/1,42 Vcore, 1,32V VTT, 1,66V Vdimm, 1,25V NB, rest auto
    The X5670's only have a turbomulti at 24 so I have tor run with higher BCLK but this board can do 193 without messing with the signals.

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    200-205 stable BCLK is doable on mine... never messed with any signals either. My primary CPU hates the 26x mult so Im running with turbo disabled, you should try 200x23 and see if that is even better
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    Updated. Fallwind regains top cpu spot from trn-XS

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    SAM, I misinformed you about my E5645's; the OC freq is actually 3420mhz(not 3600)
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    I might be dropping under 5k....Not sute what happened. I was running nothing but C4CW to get my Emerald badge for it and it must have ran out or was intermiitent for a while cuz I starting getting all the others as well. Looks like HPFP and CEP kicked my ass and sent my RAC way down.
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