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Old August 28, 2011, 11:58 AM
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Default wPrime 1024m Benchmark Competition

First off there already was a wPrime thread that I somehow missed. Please see this previous thread: wPrime 2.0 32M/1024M Benchmark Competition

So I talked to the original creator of the above thread and since he can't keep it up to date, I am going to bring in the results from there and include them here.

I will only be bringing across results that fit the requirements though. So that means wPrime 1.55, 2 or higher, and a screenshot with the wPrime score screen, and CPU-Z showing CPU and memory. Everything is up to date with the results from the other thread. Please let me know if you notice any mistakes.

RULES

- Please use wPrime version 1.55, here is a link to download 1.55. I will still record results from version 2+ but 1.55 gives better results so I urge you to use it.

- Set thread count to include all threads including hyperthreading. Example: 2600K should be set to 8 threads.

- One can be ranked more then once but not in the same cpu category i.e big joe has one score for Intel Core 2 (45nm) and one for Core i7. If a person posts 2 results in the same cpu category, only the best score will be kept.

- The submitted score must be written as follows:
First line: "wPrime 1024m score example 185.653s"
Second line: "Cpu description and clocks i.e Q9550 @ 4ghz or 4000mhz"
Third line: "Memory description"
Fourth line: "Mobo description"
Those are the essential pieces of information but you can add more description as long as it follows the same guidelines as above.

- A valid screenshot is required and must be composed of: wPrime 1024m test with the scores screen, cpu-z (cpu tab) and the cpu-z (memory tab).

- Keep the thread as clean as possible. Useless banter can be taken elsewhere. Questions relating to another users overclock or any related items are encouraged as the purpose of this thread is to compare overclocks and results.

- I might add stuff later, but i think we are all mature enough and that the rest is just common sense.

Happy Benching!!


Top 15 Overall:

1. Chilly - 61.842 sec
2. Dead Things - 64.812 sec
3. CMetaphor - 75.72 sec
4. Cptn Vortex - 81.508 sec
5. Dead Things - 81.562 sec
6. 3oh6 - 91.875 sec
7. Eldonko - 96.219 sec
8. chrisk - 129.229 sec
9. Eldonko - 135.552 sec
10. ipaine - 150.536 sec
11. DaleF - 160.162 sec
12. MpG - 167.481 sec
13. Father Fuzzy - 169.176 sec
14. phil3 66666 - 189.18 sec
15. somecanadianguy - 192.94 sec


Xeon Ranking:

1. Chilly - 61.842 sec
2. Cptn Vortex - 81.508 sec
3. Dead Things - 81.562 sec
4. DaleF - 160.162 sec
5. DukeN - 255.735 sec


Core i7 (2011) Ranking:

1. Eldonko - 96.219 sec
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Core i5/i7 (1155) Ranking:

1. Eldonko - 135.552 sec
2. ipaine - 150.536 sec
3. Father Fuzzy - 169.176 sec
4. bissa - 205.326 sec
5. madeinedmundston - 234.634 sec


Core i7 (1366) Ranking:

1. 3oh6 - 91.875 sec
2. chrisk - 129.229 sec
3. MpG - 167.481 sec
4. somecanadianguy - 192.94 sec
5. Arinoth - 201.949 sec


Core i5/i7 (1156) Ranking:

1. phil3 66666 - 189.18 sec
2. Dead Things - 215.606 sec
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Intel Core 2 (45nm) Ranking:

1. 1Tanker - 283.313 sec
2. Kattivo - 304.31 sec
3. superj - 323.611 sec
4. CanadaRox - 332.491 sec
5. shayan288 - 333.339 sec


AMD Opteron Ranking:

1. CMetaphor - 75.72 sec
2. Dead Things - 64.812 sec
3. twobombs - 247.25 sec
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AMD Phenom II Ranking:

1. Prolab - 217.173 sec
2. fireXtract - 311.619 sec
3. Slaughter - 335.52 sec
4. Kilauea - 337.023 sec
5. somecanadianguy - 457 sec
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