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Thread: SuperPi32m 5GHz & 4GHz Haswell All Out Challenge!

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    Hiwa - 5:55:516 - 49x102 - 1360 MHz - 6-10-6-24-64-1 - ASRock Z87 OC Formula - G.Skill 2400C8 PIS / PSC - 2.15v -140
    very easy with this cpu better time is possible at same freq
    tried about 5 hours
    30x 3d01 d to c one time
    Wait 31 sec gave me slower first loops but then its faster
    i had one run with 33 sec waiting and first loops were very very fast but mem error at loop 15 without reason...
    Bad ARM on this run but i just let it finished ARM should be around 585XXX
    XEH ic can't bench full pot stable need to keep temp around -140
    XEY benched full pot but can't do 1360 with these timings
    tRFC 59 possible but not very stable
    35/36 4/4 also can be done with this setup if i had better memories.

    i can suggest guys has better memories can do 1400 C6 try 35/36 4/4 to see the magic, i can run 5 loops only loop 5= 13.890

    Happy New Year to Everyone




    Last edited by hiwa; 12-28-2013 at 05:12 PM.
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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Nice Time hiwa

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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Very nice Hiwa ^

    Finally had a play was just working on waza and few things,no new better time but was a good learning session.This is my freq cpu and doesn't quite seem as good as my low clock cpu I used before that Ive now sold ,so may buy another cpu to test soon

    This one passed


    This one not quite but I say 55.2--


    Something I was working on

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    Nice Bullant , the only strange thing to me is u always have different ARM, did u use same time before running PI after CW ?
    pretty sure with more work even 54.XXX is possible.

    i have a lot of runs can be 55.2 and 3 at 1375 but i am not stable on memories or IMC.

    PS and try RTL even if u can at 1360
    Last edited by hiwa; 01-03-2014 at 10:30 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Yeah think it is because I don't use a ram drive,will have to start using one I think.When using no ram drive wait time is 5.sec

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    AVulgarPicture - 7:20:250 - 100x40 - 1401MHz - 9-12-12-16-106-1 - Gigabyte Z87X-OC - G.Skill F3-26000C10D-8GTXD 2X4Gb/Samsung - 2.2V - CPU Air / RAM Air

    i7 4770K [L315B347]
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    i7 4770K [L312B515] | Asus Max VI Impact | 2x8GB Kingston 1600c10
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    Good score, AVulgarPicture, but your screenshot is missing some info, especially regarding subtimings.

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    oh ok, is that a necessity for the thread? i should have it here somewhere.

    i7 4770K [L315B347]
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    F3-2600C10D-8GTXD | F3-2666C11Q-16GTXD
    GTX780 Epower2
    Corsair AX1200i
    TRUE Copper| Custom Water | Kingpin Venom 6.66 | Kingpin Tek-9 Fat


    i7 4770K [L312B515] | Asus Max VI Impact | 2x8GB Kingston 1600c10
    600GB WD Velociraptor
    GTX580 Classified
    Silverstone M600W Strider
    Coolermaster Elite 130


    i3 3225 | Asrock B75M Pro3 | 2x4gb Kingston 1333c9
    Intel 520 60GB | LSI 9211-8i | 6x Seagate 4TB
    Silverstone M600W Strider
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    Yes, please see the first post:

    Screenshot Requirements:[/B]
    • 5 GHz +/- 3 MHz or 4 GHz +/- 3 MHz
    • Use Super Pi Mod v1.5
    • AIDA64 cache and memory benchmark - run this after sp32m for obvious reasons.
    • CPU-Z: CPU tab + memory tab + motherboard tab
    • Memory utilities: Asus MemtweakIt! or Gigabyte TweakLauncher or MSI Control Center, Asrock and Biostar

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    How bout new Haswell Z97 4G/5G 32m thread?

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    Those CPUs aren't much different to current ones.
    Why not keep all in same thread and just highlight new gen, if necessary?

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    Hi all,its been so quite it here,am looking forward to seeing all the new times coming from everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    Those CPUs aren't much different to current ones.
    Why not keep all in same thread and just highlight new gen, if necessary?
    I vote for a fresh one, too many times on this thread already.
    Quote Originally Posted by L0ud View Post
    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Thinking the same..maybe there is a slight difference, dunno yet..
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:55:734 - 49x102.1 - 1361 MHz - 7-9-6-18-64-1 - Z97 OCF - GSkill 2200 c9 2x2GB/BBSE - 2.25V - LN2 @ all



    Fail 4G but will revisit so please don't add


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    gskillllin it!

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    Looking great, George!

    So, do you guys want to start a new thread or keep this one?

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    I vote for new thread as its a new platform,looks like its more efficient,can always post z87 back into this thread as we keep improving on the old platform

    Nice time loud

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    ^Thanks guys
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    gskillllin it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    You can never have enough D9's.

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    TaPaKaH - 5:54.562 - 102.1x49 - 1429MHz - 6-10-6-22 - M6I 0038 - GSkill PSC - 2.20V - LN2/LN2


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    Very nice Sam,crazy time,crazy memory,well done

    Just a little over cap dude but still nice result regardless

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    TaPaKaH - 5:54.562 - 102.1x49 - 1429MHz - 6-10-6-22 - M6I 0038 - GSkill PSC - 2.20V - LN2/LN2

    You failed at screening

    Time is killing it and 1429 C6 looks awesome though
    Last edited by websmile; 09-30-2014 at 06:09 AM.

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    can you believe the post on the top of this thread is 9 months ago? So crazy where the time goes
    Quote Originally Posted by L0ud View Post
    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Yeah time has gone fast

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