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SuperPi Challenge

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Hello again everybody, it's your neighborhood in and out again Tulatin. Sorry about the consistant transparency. Anyway, i bring you a new challenge - 1 Million digits of PI. Download yourself a copy of SuperPi Here.

Here's the rules. Run SuperPi to 1 Million digits - it's pretty much a digital dragstrip here, and a few Mhz will make all the difference. When the calculations are done, leave the window alone and open up CPU-Z, and take a screenshot. That's all there is to it. I'll keep a league table up here. Let's get going

CPU-Z Link for the Lazy

Additional Rules/Requests:
It'd be nice to know what sort of memory your running, the timings, the clocks and your cooling. Remember, screenshots required.

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Let's get the party started :).
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Post by ThEvil0nE »

Here's my openning challenge to all....

OK let's race! Let's see what you got :x


... to keep all of you pumped up :P



errrrrr... is there a class/category like stock or modded or somethin? :roll:
I might get smoked :oops: LOL
:lol: :lol: :lol: :P
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i'm currently at 40sec on SuperPI. i'm still not done with the tweaking of my rig so i'll post as soon as i'm finished. might take a week or two
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It's all one class, but i might split em up at some point.
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Post by Peanya »

Ran it at 2.2GHz, almost same timing as yours. I do have my memory timings a bit tighter than yours. I'll raise the multiplier up one and then re-run.
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Post by ~Rob »

45lame seconds!

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2.4 ghz
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Jocuri cu impuscaturi si alte genuri, pentru toate varstele doar pe acest link - distractie si amuzament garantat!
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Tightening the timings usually makes no difference. And if you want onto the table, just take a screenshot.
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New rules/requests - see first post.
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Athlon XP T-bred 2400+ OCed to 2700+
Air Cooled (slk-800+inverted tornado 80mm)



2xCorsair XMS256A-2700C2
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Is this good basing on what I have???
:? :roll:
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