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Thread: SuperPi32m 5GHz & 4GHz Z97 Haswell ( Refresh ) All Out Challenge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    Are these my ex week1208 sticks?

    found those in my colleague's desk ... They thought it was junk .
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    Have to love qualification sticks
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickshih View Post
    found those in my colleague's desk ... They thought it was junk .
    that's not far from truth, actually

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    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:56:953 - 50x100.1 - 1467.6 MHz - 9-12-12-17-108-1 - Z97 OCF - Corsair 2666 c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.15v - LN2 (-125c/+2c)



    and RTL's



    Tsai's pot just sitting on top of the Dom Plats, naked and uninsulated, hence why just a quickie run to test these out, will put some more time in it as it feels about a half second off.

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    Home / Play Rig Asrock Z87 OC Formula/AC, i7 4770K L310B487, 8GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666 CL10, BeQuiet Dark Power Pro P8 1200W PSU, 120GB Corsair Force GT SSD, 2 x 1TB WD Sata Drives Mirrored, Palit 680GTX JetStream, Antec Kuhler 920, Windows 10 Pro, Logitech LX700 Deskset, AOC 27" Monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:56:953 - 50x100.1 - 1467.6 MHz - 9-12-12-17-108-1 - Z97 OCF - Corsair 2666 c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.15v - LN2 (-125c/+2c)

    Tsai's pot just sitting on top of the Dom Plats, naked and uninsulated, hence why just a quickie run to test these out, will put some more time in it as it feels about a half second off.
    That's +2?C on the sammies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calathea View Post
    That's +2?C on the sammies?

    Yes Calathea, +2c just one run on a completely untested retail 4790K.

    The pot was just sitting on the heat spreaders, no TIM or anything. The k probe was wedged in between the spreader and the pcb to get a more accurate reading.
    Last edited by l0ud_sil3nc3; 07-02-2014 at 12:17 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    Yes Calathea, +2c just one run on a completely untested retail 4790K.

    The pot was just sitting on the heat spreaders, no TIM or anything. The k probe was wedged in between the spreader and the pcb to get a more accurate reading.
    Wow not more for that clock... you definitely got me inspired :P Is cold on cpu necessary you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-N View Post
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    Thanks C-N, your Z87 time is what I'm chasing, but your too fast


    Quote Originally Posted by Calathea View Post
    Wow not more for that clock... you definitely got me inspired :P Is cold on cpu necessary you think?
    For 5000 uncore, most definitely for 4700-4900 air should be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    Thanks C-N, your Z87 time is what I'm chasing, but your too fast
    He he, that's the aim of the game real good to see 2933.

    However I feel a full can coming my way....



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    Some PSC on air cpu on water,not looking to be added on this one as I went just over cap 4003

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullant View Post
    Some PSC on air cpu on water,not looking to be added on this one as I went just over cap 4003
    Now that is a killer IMC + memory combo

    Everything super tight as well great job bullant
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    Update.

    Impressive results from l0ud_sil3nc3, Splave, hiwa and Nick Shih!

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    alex-ro - 5:58:297 - 50x100.1 - 1466.4 MHz - 9-12-12-21-110-1 - Maximus VII Formula - Corsair Vengeance PRO 2666 c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.12v - Air +25c Ambient



    First shot on new mems,need to improve efficiency and lower RTL.

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    alex-ro - 5:57:891 - 50x100.1 - 1466.4 MHz - 9-12-12-21-110-1 - Maximus VII Formula - Corsair Vengeance PRO 2666 c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.15v - Air +25c Ambient



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    So its been 6 weeks without Ln2,finally received some ln2 today,testing a new 4790K was quite hard to dial this chip in,is so different to any 4770ks Ive tested
    Did finally get a pass but was loosing a efficiency towards the end of the session,board seemed to get quite cold on in this session so im guessing some moisture somewhere.
    Had a couple faster runs a little earlier that should have just cracked the 54.9xx,will keep trying
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    This was one of the faster runs,im thinking 54.9xx on this on


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    Don't know if that's the correct thread.
    Also don't know how is my efficiency with this G3258, since there are not many 4GHz runs out there.

    Screenshot lacks AIDA numbers, so it does not qualify, thus not writing the info in the correct format too.

    All air, 1.92V for the mems - G.Skill 2000C9 Tridents, PSC-X.

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    Awesome runs Bully, glad to see the 125 strap working out for you as well.

    The humidity down under looks intense right about now!

    Don't think I have ever seen your rig so wet/frosted especially not the SATA ports or PCH heat sink

    @ Infrared

    here's one to compare:

    2666


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    Thanks, loud
    I can't run that tight and it seems I'm 1 second behind.
    Anyway, it doesn't matter anymore since it seems my new cpu can't run 2666 and 2600 with PSC even with slack secondaries and tertiaries.
    It's either the board or the IMC. I can't even run CAS 7 at 2400, while that's way too easy on Z77 + 3770K with these sticks

    Wish I had any other brand board to try...
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    Thanks loud, yeah I've never had it frozen that much before,I say you are correct

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    So this has been my main pi drive for the last year or so, guess it's time to test all my mechanical drives.



    Maybe this is why I'm so slow
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    I use 10 year old sata 1 Seagate in my haswell test rig with lots of bad sectors and I don?t bother

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    Quote Originally Posted by websmile View Post
    I use 10 year old sata 1 Seagate in my haswell test rig with lots of bad sectors and I don?t bother
    Do you think it matters at all? (i.e. performance wise)
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    Not really, you normally try to avoid that hdd is involved in 32M, I also don?t use ram disk if I bench on time, which I didn?t on Haswell anyway

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    CW is much faster using SSD than HDD. So if you do it like 100 times per month and save 5 mins each time, it amounts to ~8 hrs of extra free time that you can use
    Performance and stability-wise I see no difference at all having recently switched from HDDs to SSDs.

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