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stock- 1.16s using a intel celeron D325 2.53ghz and 256mb pc2700 samsung cl.2.5

 

oc"ed-at 3420mhx 51s

Edited by jimbob_1414

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I still can't get anything lower than 35 seconds.. It says not exact in round or SQR5 something something..

 

It either needs more juice or it just won't go past 2.55 GHz stably..

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Hmm.. could it be not exact in round because it is too hot and unstable?

 

I lowered the memory to 166(CPU/14 divider) and had the memory running at 184 MHz @ 2.55 GHz and it was fine. This RAM cannot go past 220 MHz.

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Hmm.. could it be not exact in round because it is too hot and unstable?

 

I lowered the memory to 166(CPU/14 divider) and had the memory running at 184 MHz @ 2.55 GHz and it was fine. This RAM cannot go past 220 MHz.

Where do you have a CPU/14 divider?

 

-=Vran=-

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Where do you have a CPU/14 divider?

 

-=Vran=-

Shows up as such in CPU-Z

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for some reason im getting over a minute with an a64 4000+ :\ stock

 

 

edit: nevermind its cuz mcafee was running haha i get 35s stock

Edited by Daishi

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Highest I could get was 34 sec at 2.66 GHz and memory at ~23x MHz(2.5,3,3,6)

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P2 300 MHz, 66 FSB, no OC - 6m 28s

not that bad (for its age).

 

16k 2s

32k 6s

64k 13s

 

6m 28s = 388s

then lets compare that to a P4 @ 3 GHz (its the easiest)

300 MHz * 10=3 GHz

388s/10=?

so if this P2 ran @ 3GHz, it would take around 39s (approx., can't test it unless someone would like to volunteer with overclocking a P2 to 3GHz) to calculate 1M :P

Edited by mariol90

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Just installed my new memory and at its stock settings I dropped to a pi score of 35s now.

Edited by betterdan

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