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Old 2008-11-20, 07:35   #23
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HOLY COW! 4.4Ghz? Rarely do I ever hear of a CPU being overclocked *that* far.

One thing, though: what the heck is wprime? Do you mean Prime95?
since single core cpus u mean i think
i remember reading about a p4 overclocked to 8ghz(rediculous)
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Old 2008-11-20, 15:51   #24
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since single core cpus u mean i think
i remember reading about a p4 overclocked to 8ghz(rediculous)
Hmm....are you sure? Last I heard I thought 5Ghz was the world record, and that was for a P4...
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Hmm....are you sure? Last I heard I thought 5Ghz was the world record, and that was for a P4...
http://letmegooglethatforyou.com/?q=pentium+4+8+ghz
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Wow. I guess all I can say is...wow.

I had previously seen a couple different videos on YouTube where people took Core 2's up to 5Ghz, and one of them stated 5.2Ghz as a "new world record"...but I guess I should remember to take such claims with a grain of salt in the future. Most likely they never did their research on this, either. (Or else the 8Ghz record had not yet been set at the time the video was taken.)
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Old 2008-11-20, 18:04   #27
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I will put 4 fast on C443. I'll will set them up in a few hours. If want them somewhere else let me know.
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Old 2008-11-21, 18:32   #28
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Just to remember that the rally is about to begin.

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Old 2008-11-21, 23:30   #29
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I forgot about the start of the rally but just put my cores on and they're crunching on C443.
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Old 2008-11-22, 04:33   #30
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Looks like Lennart is paying a little visit to IB400--thanks Lennart!

In light of this, I recommend that any new users add their cores to G4000 or C443 instead, so as to make sure that we don't crash IB400. IB400 should be able to handle its current load just fine, as long as we don't add too many more cores to it.
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Old 2008-11-22, 10:01   #31
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Hourly rate

Right now

gd_barnes 5808
MyDogBuster 2382
Flatlander 864
IronBits 963
Wabbit98 31
BlisteringSheep 3
sm5ymt 5330

1 hour ago

gd_barnes 5505
MyDogBuster 2259
Flatlander 814
IronBits 916
Wabbit98 29
BlisteringSheep 2
sm5ymt 4713

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Just notice that my friend Jokern added a few cores to C443.

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Hourly rate

Right now

gd_barnes 5808
MyDogBuster 2382
Flatlander 864
IronBits 963
Wabbit98 31
BlisteringSheep 3
sm5ymt 5330

1 hour ago

gd_barnes 5505
MyDogBuster 2259
Flatlander 814
IronBits 916
Wabbit98 29
BlisteringSheep 2
sm5ymt 4713

Come on Karsten, "Raiders of the Lost Primes" needs you!

Calculations for port 400 as of Sat. at 10 AM GMT:

Now: 15381 pairs complete today
1 hour ago: 14238 pairs complete today
Complete in last 1 hour: 1143 pairs

Time remaining in rally: 33 hours

Expected remaining processing at current rate: 1143 * 33 = 37719 pairs

Pairs remaining in port 400: 45160 pairs


Barely enough and too close for comfort. Also, I'll still be leaving 7 machines on it afterwords so...time to make another reservation for port 400!

An extremely successful rally so far and I haven't even looked to see what ports 443 and 4000 are doing!


Gary

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