Well maybe not, had this other computer with a 530j@4000Mhz it did 1:20 with 45 procesess running.
got my new PC and now im getting:
1GB Generic Samsung
a bit more bragging rights for now hehehehe
AthlonXP 3000+ @ 2.17GHz
1GB PC2700 RAM
My 3200+, AsRock-et Dual Sata2 OZC Gold VX PC4000 2x512mb 5:4
My 530j, Asus P5P800, OCZ Gold rev2 PC4000 2x256mb 1:1
Not real good, but good. NOTE: 530j beats FX57 in sandra.
Intel Pentium 4 Northwood 3.0 @ 3.3ghz w/ HT
1 gig, 2x512 dual-channel Mushkin Performance DDR400's
1m 37s, 26 running processes @ 2M
heheh nice OC there Mirob. im looking to upgrade my ram jus so i can OC my CPU a bit more.. sooner or later
Thats what dividers are for.
just saw this thread, and I'm new, so I checked:
2m, 20 iterations
P4 640 HT @3.2
2x 1024 AData
250 GB WD PATA 7200RPM
is that good? :angel:
so long time
c3 1.0 512mb
2m in 2min 20 secs
1m in 1min 10 secs
Sempron 2800 2ghz
80gb 7200 rpm hdd
507mb available ram
AMD Athlon 3800 X2 64 1 GHZ FSB MANCHESTER 2.01GHZ stock OC'd 2.51ghz
Corsair Value select pc 3200 ddr 200
512mb modules times 4 =2gb
2m= 1 min and 22 secs
sry about that lol
1 sec @ 64k
2 secs @128k
15 secs @ 512k
36 secs @1m
I'm going to oc more to see what happens.
Did a small overclock to 2.55ghz
2m= 1.21 secs not to much of a difference....
I'll do more
Best of Luck...
Hmm.. this thread got reborn.. anyway, that was my older set up.. I have an AMD rig now so here are the new times
2M - 1min 35sec
1M - 39seconds
AMD64 3000+ (@2.2ghz)
RAM 1GB (2x512MB) Samsung 1T
This is not mine:
Some guy in Japan playing with dry ice did that one. I've never seen a faster 1M pi.
Do you have the movie or some kind of link????
I seen it here
The links at XS seem dead.
I'll search X-bit...http://www.xbitlabs.com/web/display/20050811231553.html
It was with liquid nitrogen, not dry ice.
I was looking around for info on that. Some guy named fugger in the U.S. using a 3 stage cascade cooler at around -120F I was looking at comments from mid Feb. saying he couldn't get it stable enough to load windows at that time. Obviously the above screen shot if real would seem to indicate he overcame that problem. However I have been using a 12V car vacuum for "super duper" cooling on my system
This has allowed me to get to 7.014GHz on my P4 2.8C
LOLz! Like CrossFire851, I wanna see a movie. I just don't trust pictures anymore. <g>
Fugger owns Xtreme Systems Forum
More comments are here.
Some of the insane ocs may really be true, but my guess is most are fakes. For example I could say I'm a amd beta tester and I got my hands on a special cpu for testing and even post "proof" in a picture, like this.
But the picture doesn't mean anything, it's just a photoshop, so don't believe everything you read/see on the internet.
lol nice OC vnf.. do you use an extra large, super loud vacuum to cool that thing?
how do you live with that? a computer thats louder than you can speak. a lot louder =S
You know a while back I saw I think it was an 8GHz OC by a guy in Japan that had video of the rig (immersion cooling) showing him taking the clock readings. I'll see if I can find the link.
A Vantec Nexus NXP-205-BK fan speed controller of course. The main problem isn't the noise, it's the cat hair and the cost of the hepa-filters. <g>
hmm, im glad i dont have a cat. or a dusty room.. so anyway whats ur SuperPi result?