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Old 28-08-2009, 19:52   #21
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Mild oc-ing:
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Old 28-08-2009, 20:08   #22
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Same setup as before but with ht off less voltage and much better temps

Mr. ramiro was that cpu cooled with water? because I'm drooling at those temperatures with ht on
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Old 28-08-2009, 20:24   #23
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Old 28-08-2009, 20:48   #24
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Here's my daily use stuff:

Q6600 @ 3.6Ghz, 2x2GB DDR800 5-4-4, Windows 7 x64
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I'm in too! I'll be back shortly with the test results and everything else you need!!
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Thank you all for your results..this is a nice start..and i'am happy to see that nobody looks to have problem with my explenation.
If you know the program,it takes 2 seconds to start the test.
With this chess program i want to show people how powerfull these cores are.
I see on many forum (for sure gamers) what is the use to have many cores,but it's of course that most programs are behind in programming to use these multi-core cpu's.
Chess is always ahead in these things,we where years waiting for multi-core cpu's
When the first dual 2 core come out we have already a chess engine that can handle 2048 cores!!
But the programmers see it goes to slow..we are now only at 8-16cores (i know they are testing 64 an so on) but is still far away from the 2048 cores.
So they find a next way..make a cluster!
Take begin 2010 and we see cluster chess engines ,means we can connect different computers to each other and the chess engine will use all the cores from these connected computers! Then it will come interesting!!
This engine is now already playing tournaments on a cluster from 56cores!


11 results in good one day is very nice..also results with HT OFF are welcome like some people already have done,just to compare them with the normal quads!
When the list growing it comes more and more interesting!

Thanks again..and give me alot update work

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Old 28-08-2009, 22:08   #27
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that explains it
my z600 with 2x3000 can't handle that heat in a closed case an with an ambient of 26(
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Old 28-08-2009, 22:29   #28
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Jesus Christ JP, all that CPU armada is playing chess? Woooo, this is extreme
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Now is very hot in my room. Can I give a result with my cpu @3,4 ghz with stock voltage? Or is a nasty frec. ?
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You can show results at whatever speed you like.


Hwy JP, time to take the i750 up a notch, still at stock speeds. It seems that setting 8 threads on 4 core no HT CPU is not good, so here it is with 4 threads
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One crappy result.
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Stefun mergi cu procul la 4 ghz. Ai un dfi totusi
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Nu vrea. Mai sus de 450 FSB n-am reusit sa-l duc. Si atunci destul de instabil.
Si in mare parte cred ca de vina sunt temperaturile pe NB...ori nu sta bine heatsinkul ori e pasta foarte proasta...sau eu stiu...e totusi cald/fierbinte la atingere deci ceva caldura tot disipa...
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Not crappy, a normal result for normal settings, nothing to be ashamed about.
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daily cpu with 95% OC
that little guy is enjoying a hot summer
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As you can see, cache sizes make almost no difference in this test, so I assume the data it has to work on is small, therefore limiting the number of cache misses.

poparamiro's last result using his Celeron E1200 is almost identical to my result using a mildly overclocked E8200, even with a 10MHz FSB difference in my favor.

I will test this because I think I'm right, my cpu giving same results @ the same frequency but with a different FSB.
I will give this test a go, again @ 6x400 MHz and also @ 8x300 MHz to see what the results would be.

Later edit : I also think that memory bandwidth doesn't make a huge difference either.
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You are right, but do not forget to set the numbers of thread for your CPU (1 for single core, 2 for dual-core, 4 for quad-core, 8 for nehalem, etc).
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wassup, yo!!! I did something wrong?!!
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And there goes our Skulltrail maniac blasting us all off
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