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|2nd February 2010, 23:35||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Core i7 4GHz Super Pi Challenge
Good evening, Mad Shrimps. I would like to start a challenge for everyone.
The rules are really basic:
- Set your Core i7 CPU as close to 4GHz as you can (10MHz +- Max. allowed).
- You'll have to show at least 2 instances of CPU-Z
Please give a quick explanation about how did you get that result (If you used Copy Wazza, if you disabled services, if you set any specific ammount of Virtual memory, etc.).
The screenshot with the results will be uploaded followed by its description (As selfexplainant as possible). For example:
(The image code here)
Moy2010 | Super Pi 1M 10.200 seconds | Core i7 920 @ 4GHz | 3*2GB DDR3 Super Talent @ 1600MHz 9-9-9-21 | DFI LanParty X58 T3eH8
The challenge will be for Super Pi 1M and 32M instancies .
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