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Old September 11, 2010, 04:51 PM
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I believe this is on par with stock i7 930 speeds? Pretty dang good for it's price point, espescially when you take in to account I'm 400MHz off the target OC for these. Numbers may get a bit higher as the calculations even out... we'll see.
Stock i7 930? maybe. My i7 at 4ghz is getting 17k+ on a 6021 unit right now. 3:05 TPF's.

Still, alot better for AMD then the old days, that is for sure!
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Old September 11, 2010, 04:59 PM
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Thanks for the tips gang. I'll be messing with the OC tonight and tomorrow and I'll let you know how it goes. For now I'm 54% in to this WU and I'm waiting to finish before I reboot and mess around with the settings again. But the good news is my numbers have balanced out over time to be much higher:

That's pretty amazing. What WU is that? The most PPD I seem to get is like probably 6000 PPD, assuming comp is on 24/7.
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Old September 11, 2010, 05:12 PM
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Stock i7 930? maybe. My i7 at 4ghz is getting 17k+ on a 6021 unit right now. 3:05 TPF's.

Still, alot better for AMD then the old days, that is for sure!
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That's pretty amazing. What WU is that? The most PPD I seem to get is like probably 6000 PPD, assuming comp is on 24/7.
I average between 14.5K and 15.5K @ 4G on the 1090t with the "normal" SMP2 WUs, and between 10.5K and 11.9K for the crappy ones.
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Old September 11, 2010, 05:14 PM
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That's pretty amazing. What WU is that? The most PPD I seem to get is like probably 6000 PPD, assuming comp is on 24/7.

Earlier post shows it as a 6023 WU.
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Old September 11, 2010, 05:27 PM
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Earlier post shows it as a 6023 WU.
Indeed. Sorry, I cut down image sizes so the thread isn't flooded with them.
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Old September 11, 2010, 05:32 PM
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This is fairly typical for my current setup (first SMP2 is a Q6600), and I assume there wouldn't be any difference in PPD for a 1055t at the same clock speed....



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This is fairly typical for my current setup (first SMP2 is a Q6600), and I assume there wouldn't be any difference in PPD for a 1055t at the same clock speed....
Nice! I'm gonna try to mess around with the OC to see if I can get it stable at 4GHz. I'd love to see those numbers... provided I can keep the heat down in my office.
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hey cald, i might be blind, but what cooler are you using again? looked at your system settings tab thingie
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Nice! I'm gonna try to mess around with the OC to see if I can get it stable at 4GHz. I'd love to see those numbers... provided I can keep the heat down in my office.
Heh.... I don't know what things are like out your way, but Fall has finally hit on this coast, and my folding rigs are now officially providing heat to keep the furnace from turning on.... :)

It's just after 10 PM, and current outside temp is 10C. Northern areas have a frost warning..... ;)
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Heh.... I don't know what things are like out your way, but Fall has finally hit on this coast, and my folding rigs are now officially providing heat to keep the furnace from turning on.... :)

It's just after 10 PM, and current outside temp is 10C. Northern areas have a frost warning..... ;)
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