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hausner July 5, 2007 12:33 PM

Canada overlocking database list
 
Hey!


Im want to know who had in canada :canadianwave:best scores in:

TOP5 LIST:
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SuperPi1M

9.98s - luihed - E6600@5094Mhz
10.421s - 3oh6 - E6600@4833Mhz
11.26s - Dynasty - X6800@4546Mhz

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SuperPi32M

9m55.922s - luihed - E6600@5039Mhz
10m17.531s - 3oh6 - E6600 @ 4833Mhz

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WPRIME

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PiFast

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3Dmarks: 01,03,05,06

3Dmark 2001: -

65232 marks - luihed - E6600@ 4360mhz | Radeon X1950 XT @ 742/1085mhz

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Aquamark

208538 marks - Dynasty - GeForce 8800 GTX @ 688/1100mhz
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Top OC CPU[Mhz]:
intel core duo - luihed - E6600@5094Mhz
pentium4
amd64 am2

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Top OC MEM[Mhz]: DDR2 [intel/amd]
DDR [intel/amd]

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lmk if you know :thumb:

Thanks!

Babrbarossa July 6, 2007 07:40 AM

Yeah- I wonder if there is a Canadian record book- we do have our own sandra and 3dmark 06 rankings, but perhaps we should nominate ourselves to be the 'keepers of the refcords" hehe

Gav July 6, 2007 07:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Babrbarossa (Post 13633)
Yeah- I wonder if there is a Canadian record book- we do have our own sandra and 3dmark 06 rankings, but perhaps we should nominate ourselves to be the 'keepers of the refcords" hehe

Not sure exactly how we would go about doing it but if someone can figure it out i'm game.:biggrin:

Eldonko July 6, 2007 08:30 AM

For PI as far as I know it is 3oh6. In general the Canadian extreme benching scene is really slack right now compared to the A64 hay day. His 1M and 32M times:

32M - 10m17.531s - 3oh6 - E6600 @ 4833Mhz<o:p></o:p>
1M - 10.421s - 3oh6 - E6600 @ 4833Mhz

Not sure for 3d, maybe its still the benches gocchin did a year ago.. Can u search by country thru orb?

Babrbarossa July 6, 2007 08:42 AM

If we were able to get such a thing to take off here, it would take a fair amount of vigilance to maintain the integrity, accuracy and up-to-datedness of the list. It could be simplified by limiting it to a top twenty or something, but this might reduce the popularity of the list- i mean, it would be fun for the average person to see where they stand....any ideas on how we could establish it?

3oh6 July 6, 2007 08:44 AM

yeah, my 32M SPi was probably the fastest up until this past week when Luihed took care of that with an LN2 session:
XtremeSystems Forums - View Single Post - 32m Low Clock Challenge

all i know is that he is from the west coast of canada. he also has a sub 10sec 1M:
hwbot.org - luihed's SuperPi score

those are the best that i know of off hand. my 32M SPi is still the WR 32M on dry ice AFAIK.

Babrbarossa July 6, 2007 08:47 AM

hehe- just doesn't seem right to see the word rookie by your avatar...

HEY! just noticed you trashed my PACMAN highscore!!

3oh6 July 6, 2007 09:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Babrbarossa (Post 13643)
hehe- just doesn't seem right to see the word rookie by your avatar...

HEY! just noticed you trashed my PACMAN highscore!!

hehe yeah, i am a rookie around here but not when it comes to overclocking and benching...although there is always something to learn, thats what makes benching so much fun.

and don't feel to bad...that 100K score was about my 10th game or so after discovering the arcade section here, i got really lucky and haven't come close since ;)

hausner July 6, 2007 02:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Babrbarossa (Post 13641)
If we were able to get such a thing to take off here, it would take a fair amount of vigilance to maintain the integrity, accuracy and up-to-datedness of the list. It could be simplified by limiting it to a top twenty or something, but this might reduce the popularity of the list- i mean, it would be fun for the average person to see where they stand....any ideas on how we could establish it?


Maybe TOP15 or TOP10 for each category and for example:

TIME| NICK NAME | CPU | MOBO | MEM | ORB or HWBOT link

7'47.078 - <!--coloro:green--><!--/coloro-->hausner<!--colorc--><!--/colorc--> - <!--sizeo:1--><!--/sizeo--> E6600 (8 x 375), Gigabyte (965P) DS3, mem @ 468MHz 4-4-4-4 (dual DDR2) | SCREEN (i know bad time - just for example :bleh:)


For 3dmarks :

SCORE| NICK NAME | CPU | GPU | MOBO | MEM | ORB or HWBOT link


what do you think about that?

Babrbarossa July 6, 2007 02:23 PM

That looks great- Collecting the data going to take some legwork and some help from people who know who the Canadians are in the upper echelon of the overclocking world...


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