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Thread: SPI 1M WR = 21.203 with a dothan --> soon 20s??

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    Cool SPI 1M and 8M WR = 19"875 and 4'05 , dothan by DUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!! too crackpot!!!!!!

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    Time: 21.203s (Super PI Mod v1.4 1M)
    Clock:3443.5MHz (fsb264.9Mhz x13)
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    Looks awesome!

    It's a real shame Intel doesn't have a decent Dothan desktop platform yet (but that makes it even more amazing to see this kind of stuff from a CPU that wasn't designed for desktop use!)
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    That's incredible, i would never expect dothan to have any WR
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    Very Impressive

    The little Dothan is a giant killer

    Seems that the adapter has come in handy

    Wonder if we will see some more try's with Dothans now... FUGGER, Charlie, macci, The Stilt. IIRC you guys were the ones who tried out the Dothans a bit ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcnbns
    Looks awesome!

    It's a real shame Intel doesn't have a decent Dothan desktop platform yet (but that makes it even more amazing to see this kind of stuff from a CPU that wasn't designed for desktop use!)
    Adapter See the 'desktop' board hes using.

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    I guess Intel is very happy with that WR =)
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    I dunno if a 2.13GHz is better for an overclockin'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennah
    Adapter See the 'desktop' board hes using.
    My bad, I forgot about that adapter completely. I guess that shows how carefully I looked at that link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubermann
    I guess Intel is very happy with that WR =)
    Ubernice!
    fortunately there are Intel's dothan...
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    My next chip is dothan now. Do they all reach the same ceiling?

    Would like to see the 3 stage on this. The Vegas cascade's are starting to pass and be better than LN2 is w/ the load. But these chips hardly put out any load anyways.
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    wow, been awhile since I looked at dothans. Didn't know they were reaching that high (ghz wise). Whats the highest dothan wr so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kryptobs2000
    wow, been awhile since I looked at dothans. Didn't know they were reaching that high (ghz wise). Whats the highest dothan wr so far?
    I think Tam can get a screenie around 3520MHz
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    dual channel meets dotham at 260mhz+ 1:1 at 2-2-2-5 "WOW"

    thats some power.. wonder what that would do in 3dmark2k1

    hint hint

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    Congrats TAM...
    Does anyone have dothans in daily systems under water/phase? I'd like to see benchies of what they can do as far as day to day systems...

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    Nice dothan firepower from TAM and a superpi record indeed.....Here's to that!!!

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    Back to the thread title... I think we can see 20secs super PI real close with a Dothan... before the FX57's arrive, but who knows they might not crack the mustard

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    fx57 if cold bug no way 20s, lol

    20s will take 3900mhz fx57 with a good 250mhz+ 1:1 ram ratio IMO

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    3380=24s
    3540=23s
    3720=22s

    can't imagine fx at 20s, lol

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    I knew the dothan would take the superpi record sooner or later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandybeach
    can't imagine fx at 20s, lol
    Did you imagine an FX55 @ 4000mhz

    Ricky and Pedro have the nack of getting the best from FX's it seems.

    Wonder if they try some super pi action?

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    Dothan holy Dothan
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    The FX killer IS HERE

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    awesome muscle power!!!

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    Those Dothan's are amazing, gotta get me one at some point and have some Dothan + cascade action!

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    What cooling was this on?
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