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eva2000
02-24-07, 10:29 PM
Time to check out my X6800 L627A872 retail cpu on Asus 680i Striker in preparation for SLI benchmarks.

http://i4memory.com/reviewimages/cpus/X6800/L627A872/photos/X6800_arrived_01.jpghttp://i4memory.com/reviewimages/cpus/X6800/L627A872/photos/X6800_arrived_06.JPG
http://i4memory.com/reviewimages/cpus/X6800/L627A872/photos/X6800_arrived_02.jpg


System:

Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 L627A872 B2 Step 6
Swiftech Apogee/Radiical Triple Fan Single Pass Rad/MCP655 + Kayl 100W Custom PSU
Asus 680i Striker Extreme 0402 bios
128MB Gainward FX5200 PCI card
2GB OCZ PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2
4x80GB Hitachi 7K80 SATAII Raid 0 on SATA3 to SATA6 ports
Pioneer DVD Burner
600W OCZ EvoStream (http://i4memory.com/showthread.php?t=3262)


Start with known stable speed configuration of 9x400FSB = 3600Mhz at 1.36v

Settings used:
AI Tuning: Manual
Nvidia GPU Ex: Disabled
LinkBoost: Disabled

FSB - Memory Clock Mode: Unlinked
x FSB - Memory Raio: N/A
FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1600 (means 400FSB)
Actual FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1600
MEM (DDR), Mhz: 800 (means 400mhz speeds)
Actual MEM (DDR), Mhz: 800

Vcore Voltage: 1.375 set (1.28v bios - 0505 and higher bios fix the vcore issue but 0402 bios more stable for both my E6600/Q6600 cpus. Have not tried 1002 bios yet)
Memory Voltage: 2.1v
1.2v HT Voltage: 1.3v
NB Core Voltage: 1.55v
SB Core Voltage: 1.50v
CPU VTT Voltage: 1.3v
DDRII Controller Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel A Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel B Ref Voltage: AUTO

tCL (CAS Latency): 4
tRCD: 4
tRP: 4
tRAS: 12
Command Per Clock (CMD): 2 clock (2T)

Advance Memory Settings
tRRD: 5
tRC: 22
tWR: 6
tWTR: 8
tREF: AUTO
tRD: 7
tRFC: 42
Async Latency: AUTO

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
MCP PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled
LDT Spread Spectrum: Disabled

CPU Internal Thermal Control: Disabled
Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled
Enhanced C1 (C1E): Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Disabled
Virtualization Technology: Disabled
Enhanced Intel Speedstep Tech: Disabled
LDT Frequency: 5x

PCIEX16_1 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_2 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_3 Frequency (Mhz): 100
SPP<->MCP Ref Clock, Mhz: 200

Idle
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/400-400-44412_5-22_6-8_7_42_1.475-2.1-1.3-1.55-1.5-1.3/cpuz_idle.png

Small ffts load
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/400-400-44412_5-22_6-8_7_42_1.475-2.1-1.3-1.55-1.5-1.3/prime95_load.png

While the cpu used slightly less vcore it was still warmer at idle and load than when X6800 L627A872 cpu was on P5B Deluxe @3.6Ghz http://i4memory.com/showthread.php?t=3635 with Swiftech G4 Storm/Thermochill 120.3 and MCP650 Pump. This isn't unusual as all my E6600/E6700/Q6600 ran hotter on Asus 680i Striker Extreme than they did on Asus P5B Deluxe.

X6800 on Asus P5B Deluxe @3.6Ghz
idle @1.4v vcore = 34C/35C at 26C ambient
load @1.38v vcore = 51/52C at 26C ambient

X6800 on Asus 680i Striker @3.6Ghz
idle @1.38v vcore = 44C/45C at 29-30C ambient
load @1.36v vcore = 58-60C at 29-30C ambient

While warmer relative to P5B Deluxe, this X6800 still ran a good 6-8C cooler under load on Asus 680i Striker Extreme. :D

eva2000
02-24-07, 10:29 PM
Seems this X6800 runs alot hotter under load on Striker than it did on P5B Deluxe, but still relatively cooler under load than my previous core2 cpus.

Playing with lower multipler of 8x to see how it goes. 3392mhz at 1.26v vcore under load resulted in 54-55C load temps in 30-32C room ambients (~4-5C hotter than first post's room ambients).

Settings used:
AI Tuning: Manual
Nvidia GPU Ex: Disabled
LinkBoost: Disabled

FSB - Memory Clock Mode: Unlinked
x FSB - Memory Raio: N/A
FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1696 (means 424FSB)
Actual FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1696
MEM (DDR), Mhz: 848 (means 424mhz speeds)
Actual MEM (DDR), Mhz: 848

Vcore Voltage: 1.375 set (1.28v bios - 0505 and higher bios fix the vcore issue but 0402 bios more stable for both my E6600/Q6600 cpus. Have not tried 1002 bios yet)
Memory Voltage: 2.1v
1.2v HT Voltage: 1.35v
NB Core Voltage: 1.6v
SB Core Voltage: 1.50v
CPU VTT Voltage: 1.3v
DDRII Controller Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel A Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel B Ref Voltage: AUTO

tCL (CAS Latency): 4
tRCD: 4
tRP: 4
tRAS: 12
Command Per Clock (CMD): 2 clock (2T)

Advance Memory Settings
tRRD: 5
tRC: 22
tWR: 6
tWTR: 8
tREF: AUTO
tRD: 7
tRFC: 42
Async Latency: AUTO

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
MCP PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled
LDT Spread Spectrum: Disabled

CPU Internal Thermal Control: Disabled
Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled
Enhanced C1 (C1E): Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Disabled
Virtualization Technology: Disabled
Enhanced Intel Speedstep Tech: Disabled
LDT Frequency: 5x

PCIEX16_1 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_2 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_3 Frequency (Mhz): 100
SPP<->MCP Ref Clock, Mhz: 200

Small ffts load

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/8x/unlinked/2t/1_1divider/424-424-44412_5-22_6-8_7_42_1.375-2.1-1.35-1.6-1.5-1.3/prime95_load.png

Post Load idle temps

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/8x/unlinked/2t/1_1divider/424-424-44412_5-22_6-8_7_42_1.375-2.1-1.35-1.6-1.5-1.3/prime95_postload_idle.png

@3200mhz at 1.20v load

Settings used:
AI Tuning: Manual
Nvidia GPU Ex: Disabled
LinkBoost: Disabled

FSB - Memory Clock Mode: Unlinked
x FSB - Memory Raio: N/A
FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1600 (means 400FSB)
Actual FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1600
MEM (DDR), Mhz: 888 (means 444mhz speeds)
Actual MEM (DDR), Mhz: 888

Vcore Voltage: 1.3125 set (1.22v bios - 0505 and higher bios fix the vcore issue but 0402 bios more stable for both my E6600/Q6600 cpus. Have not tried 1002 bios yet)
Memory Voltage: 2.2v
1.2v HT Voltage: 1.35v
NB Core Voltage: 1.65v
SB Core Voltage: 1.50v
CPU VTT Voltage: 1.3v
DDRII Controller Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel A Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel B Ref Voltage: AUTO

tCL (CAS Latency): 4
tRCD: 4
tRP: 4
tRAS: 12
Command Per Clock (CMD): 2 clock (2T)

Advance Memory Settings
tRRD: 5
tRC: 22
tWR: 6
tWTR: 8
tREF: AUTO
tRD: 7
tRFC: 42
Async Latency: AUTO

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
MCP PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled
LDT Spread Spectrum: Disabled

CPU Internal Thermal Control: Disabled
Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled
Enhanced C1 (C1E): Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Disabled
Virtualization Technology: Disabled
Enhanced Intel Speedstep Tech: Disabled
LDT Frequency: 5x

PCIEX16_1 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_2 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_3 Frequency (Mhz): 100
SPP<->MCP Ref Clock, Mhz: 200

Small ffts load

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/8x/unlinked/2t/9_10divider/400-444-44412_5-22_6-8_7_42_1.3125-2.2-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/prime95_load.png

Post Load idle temps

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/8x/unlinked/2t/9_10divider/400-444-44412_5-22_6-8_7_42_1.3125-2.2-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/prime95_postload_idle.png

eva2000
02-24-07, 10:30 PM
Now to try out 4x1GB G.Skill 6400PHU2 2GB HZ Micron D9GMH 629 batch for the first time on Asus 680i Striker Extreme.

http://i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/GSKILL/PC6400PHU2_2GBHZ/4GB_6400PHU2_HZ.jpg

Some folks say they're having issues with 4x1GB modules so thought I'd try it out at the below memory clock speeds.


@400mhz 4-4-4-12 5-22-6-8-42 at 2.15v vdimm
@480mhz 4-4-4-12 5-22-6-8-42 at 2.20v vdimm
@500mhz 4-4-4-12 5-22-6-8-42 at 2.25v vdimm


Settings used:
AI Tuning: Manual
Nvidia GPU Ex: Disabled
LinkBoost: Disabled

FSB - Memory Clock Mode: Unlinked
x FSB - Memory Raio: N/A
FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1067 (means 266FSB)
Actual FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1600
MEM (DDR), Mhz: 800 and 960 (means 400mhz and 480mhzmhz speeds)
Actual MEM (DDR), Mhz: 800 and 960

Vcore Voltage: 1.325 set (1.24v bios - 0505 and higher bios fix the vcore issue but 0402 bios more stable for both my E6600/Q6600 cpus. Have not tried 1002 bios yet)
Memory Voltage: 2.15v and 2.20v respectively
1.2v HT Voltage: 1.30v
NB Core Voltage: 1.55v
SB Core Voltage: 1.50v
CPU VTT Voltage: 1.3v
DDRII Controller Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel A Ref Voltage: AUTO
DDRII Channel B Ref Voltage: AUTO

tCL (CAS Latency): 4
tRCD: 4
tRP: 4
tRAS: 12
Command Per Clock (CMD): 2 clock (2T)

Advance Memory Settings
tRRD: 5
tRC: 22
tWR: 6
tWTR: 8
tREF: AUTO
tRD: 7
tRFC: 42
Async Latency: AUTO

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
MCP PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled
LDT Spread Spectrum: Disabled

CPU Internal Thermal Control: Disabled
Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled
Enhanced C1 (C1E): Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Disabled
Virtualization Technology: Disabled
Enhanced Intel Speedstep Tech: Disabled
LDT Frequency: 5x

PCIEX16_1 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_2 Frequency (Mhz): 100
PCIEX16_3 Frequency (Mhz): 100
SPP<->MCP Ref Clock, Mhz: 200

Using Orthos Blend for short duration tests due to time constraints.

@400mhz 4-4-4-12 5-22-6-8-42 at 2.15v vdimm

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/gskill/6400phu2_hz/4GB/0402/11x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/266-400-44412-5-22-6-8-7-42_1.325-2.15-1.3-1.55-1.5-1.3/orthos_blend_load.png

@480mhz 4-4-4-12 5-22-6-8-42 at 2.20v vdimm

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/gskill/6400phu2_hz/4GB/0402/11x/unlinked/2t/5_9divider/266-480-44412-5-22-6-8-7-42_1.325-2.2-1.3-1.55-1.5-1.3/orthos_blend_load.png

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/gskill/6400phu2_hz/4GB/0402/11x/unlinked/2t/5_9divider/266-480-44412-5-22-6-8-7-42_1.325-2.2-1.3-1.55-1.5-1.3/orthos_blend_1hr01mins.png

@500mhz 4-4-4-12 5-22-6-8-42 at 2.25v vdimm

Started testing by dropping multiplier from 11x to 9x and upping FSB to 400FSB and 4x1GB G.Skill 6400PHU2 2GB HZ Micron D9GMH 629 batch @500mhz 4-4-4-12 at 2.25v vdimm bios set.

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/gskill/6400phu2_hz/4GB/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/4_5divider/400-500-44412-5-22-6-8-7-42_1.475-2.25-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/orthos_blend_load.png

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/gskill/6400phu2_hz/4GB/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/4_5divider/400-500-44412-5-22-6-8-7-42_1.475-2.25-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/everest_bandwidth.png

Dual Super Pi 32M

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/gskill/6400phu2_hz/4GB/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/4_5divider/400-500-44412-5-22-6-8-7-42_1.475-2.25-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/superpi-32m_halfway.png

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/gskill/6400phu2_hz/4GB/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/4_5divider/400-500-44412-5-22-6-8-7-42_1.475-2.25-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/superpi-32m.png

eva2000
02-24-07, 10:31 PM
Back with my 2x1GB OCZ PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 memory and I surprised myself in breaking my personal best single Super Pi 32M time at 3600Mhz core2 duo cpu clocks - and my PB was on 965P/975x of around 13min 37-39 seconds.

But this is on Asus 680i Striker of all boards and with sub 600mhz memory clocks. But guess tight timings + tight sub timings helped with just 533mhz 4-3-3-4 2T at 2.35v bios set vdimm :)



Old PB Single Super Pi 32M time on Asus 680i Striker Extreme = 13m 52s 313ms
New PB Single Super Pi 32M time on Asus 680i Striker Extreme = 13m 33s 812ms and 13m 32s 907ms


Old PB Single Super Pi 32M time on Asus 680i Striker Extreme
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/E6600_1/apogee/ocz/titaniumvx2/12/9x/0402/unlinked/7_11divider/400-628-5434-5-1-6-8-trd5-28_2t_1.525-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.3/superpi-32m_single_13m52s313ms.png

New PB Single Super Pi 32M time on Asus 680i Striker Extreme
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/3_4divider/400-533-4334-3-1-3-6-3-30_1.475-2.35-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/superpi-32m_single_13m33s812ms.png

better run
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/3_4divider/400-533-4334-3-1-3-6-3-30_1.475-2.35-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/superpi-32m_single_13m32s907ms.png

1M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/3_4divider/400-533-4334-3-1-3-6-3-30_1.475-2.35-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/superpi-1m_single_13s969ms.png

Everest Ultimate Bandwidth
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/3_4divider/400-533-4334-3-1-3-6-3-30_1.475-2.35-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/everest_bandwidth.png

Yes the X6800 being B2 stepping might have helped too against my old E6600 B1, but I'm putting my money on the tight subtimings being the main factor in such fast times :D

eva2000
02-24-07, 10:31 PM
560mhz 4-3-3-4 2T 3-1-3-6-34 at 2.5v vdimm

Yup tight ass main and sub timings on Asus 680i Striker really do make a huge difference. Who would of thought I could pull off sub 13min 30s Super Pi 32M times at 3600mhz with a 680i chipset motherboard without even clocking memory above 560mhz (DDR2-1120) speeds!

Jumped all the way to 560mhz 4-3-3-4 2T with sub timings of 3-1-3-6-34 at 2.5v vdimm bios set. According to memtest86+ v1.70, reported bandwidth at 560mhz 4-3-3-4 2T was 5413MB/s versus at 533mhz 4-3-3-4 2T of 5209MB/s.

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/cpuz_validated.png

Digital camera snapshots of 32M run with 3x cpuz windows open + memset window.

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/pi_photos/OCZ_8000VX2_01.jpg

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/pi_photos/OCZ_8000VX2_04.jpg

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/pi_photos/OCZ_8000VX2_05.jpg

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/pi_photos/OCZ_8000VX2_06.jpg

Final result = 13m 28s 391ms :eek:

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/superpi-32m_single_13m28s391ms_cpuz.png

Re-ran 32M but with cpuz and memset windows closed = 13m 27s 719ms !

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/superpi-32m_single_13m27s719ms.png

1M time = 13.922s

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/superpi-1m_single_13s922ms.png

Everest Ultimate Bandwidth with 43.3ns latency!

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/everest_bandwidth.png

Hexus Pi Fast

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/5_7divider/400-560-4334-3-1-3-6-3-34_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.35/pifast_2598.png

All I can say is bloody fast for 680i chipset considering 32M time at 3600mhz is pretty much right up there with 975x chipset as far as i can see :D

eva2000
02-24-07, 10:32 PM
Managed to clock ram up to 600mhz 5-3-3-3 2T but with even further tighten the sub timings even more but had to loosen CAS from 4 to 5 in order to keep vdimm at 2.5v bios set ceiling (within OCZ warrantied max vdimm of 2.52v) :)

Memtest86+ v1.70 reported bandwidth

@533mhz 4-3-3-4 2T 3-1-3-6-30 at 2.35v vdimm = 5,209MB/s
@560mhz 4-3-3-4 2T 3-1-3-6-34 at 2.5v vdimm = 5,413MB/s
@600mhz 5-3-3-3 2T 2-1-2-8-24 at 2.5v vdimm = 5,625MB/s


600mhz 5-3-3-3 2T 2-1-2-8-24 at 2.5v vdimm

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.35/cpuz_validated.png

Super Pi 1M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.35/superpi-1m_single_13s906ms.png

Super Pi 32M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.35/superpi-32m_single_13m18s547ms.png

Everest Ultimate Bandwidth with 42.9ns latency!
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.35/everest_bandwidth.png

Hexus Pifast
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.35/pifast_2583s.png

That's fastest I've managed to run Super Pi 32M at 3600mhz cpu speeds on any core2 platform to date (including Asus P5B Deluxe/P5W DH, Intel D975XBX, DFI ICFX3200) !

Yup further tweaked managed to shave a few seconds off

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.5-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.35/maxmem/superpi-32m_single_13m14s859ms.png

eva2000
02-24-07, 10:32 PM
4000Mhz - 10x400FSB / 3950mhz - 10x395FSB

The Asus 680i Striker Extreme just runs my X6800 hotter than on Asus P5B Deluxe at higher vcore settings ~10-13C hotter at idle.

I tried X6800 @10x400FSB = 4000Mhz at 1.56-1.62v vcore and idle coretemp reported 57-67C versus same X6800 on Asus P5B Deluxe at 4092mhz at 1.65v vcore (http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/P5B_Deluxe/results/G4Storm/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumlaphavx2/pc8000/0804/11x/800/372-558_4444_2_25-3-101010_1.675-1.4-1.65-2.45/superpi-32m_single_12m15s844ms.png) only reporting coretemps idle at 45-47C (http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/P5B_Deluxe/results/G4Storm/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumlaphavx2/pc8000/0804/11x/800/372-558_4444_2_25-3-101010_1.675-1.4-1.65-2.45/superpi-32m_single_12m15s844ms.png).

So only could manage 1M times for X6800 @4000mhz at 1.6v (1.57v load) on Asus 680i Striker Extreme. Higher vcore just meant reboots in windows under load (maybe vdroop too much at higher vcore like on P5B Deluxe ? )

Super Pi 1M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/10x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.725-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.4/superpi-1m_single_12s547ms.png

Everest Bandwidth with 42.7ns latency
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/10x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-8-2-24_1.725-2.5-1.35-1.7-1.5-1.4/everest_bandwidth.png

But at much lower vcore of 1.56v idle/1.54v load, coretemp reports more reasonable idle temps and I can manage 3967-3972mhz at 1.56v idle for 32M with lower mem clocks but once hit 600mhz 5-3-3-x timings seems tight sub timings cause instability until I drop cpu down to 3950mhz at 1.57v idle!

@592.5mhz 5-3-3-5 3-1-6-8-28 2T timings at 2.5v vdimm bios set, Memtest86+ v1.70 reports 5540MB/s memory bandwidth.

Super Pi 1M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/10x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/395-592-5335-3-1-6-8-3-28_1.675-2.5-1.3-1.75-1.5-1.3/superpi-1m_single_12s719ms.png

Super Pi 32M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/10x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/395-592-5335-3-1-6-8-3-28_1.675-2.5-1.3-1.75-1.5-1.3/superpi-32m_single_12m31s844ms.png

Everest Bandwidth with 43.0ns latency
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/10x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/395-592-5335-3-1-6-8-3-28_1.675-2.5-1.3-1.75-1.5-1.3/everest_bandwidth.png

Compared to my old previous max 32M on Asus 680i Striker

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/E6600_1/apogee/ocz/titaniumvx2/12/9x/0402/unlinked/11_16divider/435-634-5434-5-1-6-8-trd5-32_2t_1.75-2.55-1.4-1.75-1.3/superpi-32m_single_12m57s266ms.png

TiKiMaN1
02-24-07, 11:56 PM
Nice scores.

Those are a ton of benchmarks right there.:D

buffbiff21
02-25-07, 12:12 AM
Nice scores.

Those are a ton of benchmarks right there.:D

^ Yeah man. Head over to Xtremesystems with those shots. :p

Nice job! :thumbsup:

A101Sugar
02-25-07, 02:13 AM
awesome work :)

eva2000
02-25-07, 06:54 PM
thanks guys

DarthBeavis, highest i've clock X6800 is 4092mhz at 1.65v on water in 30-32C ambient room temps for 3dmark/pcmark/super pi 32M etc.

520mhz 4-3-3-4 2-1-2-6-20 2T at 2.3v

Now to look for a compromise between max memory clocks with high vdimm and more reasonable lower vdimm and suitable memory clocks which have very tight sub timings.

I ended up with 520mhz 4-3-3-4 2-1-2-6-20 2T at 2.3v vdimm bios set. Only ~1.39 seconds slower in 32M Super Pi than 533mhz 4-3-3-4 3-1-3-6-30 2T at 2.35v run but uses 0.05 vdimm less! Interestingly, 520mhz run was faster in 1M Super Pi due to tighter sub timings at 13.938s (520mhz) vs 13.969s (533mhz).

Super Pi 1M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/10_13divider/400-520-4334-2-1-2-6-2-20_1.475-2.3-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/superpi-1m_single_13s938ms.png

Super Pi 32M
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/10_13divider/400-520-4334-2-1-2-6-2-20_1.475-2.3-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/superpi-32m_single_13m34s297ms.png

Everest Ultimate Bandwidth
http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/10_13divider/400-520-4334-2-1-2-6-2-20_1.475-2.3-1.35-1.65-1.5-1.3/everest_bandwidth.png

Zelda_fan
02-25-07, 07:22 PM
Nice thread.

Keep pushing that CPU. When I get my watercooling parts installed, I'll compete with you on that SuperPi time.

eva2000
02-26-07, 12:43 AM
thanks :)

Well 1 second faster at 3600mhz, and also did 3612mhz and 3647mhz runs to see what it takes on 680i striker to hit sub 13min 05s times for 32M

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/400-600-5333-2-1-2-7-2-22_1.475-2.525-1.35-1.75-1.55-1.35/superpi-32m_single_13m13s859ms.png

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/401-602-5333-2-1-2-7-2-22_1.475-2.525-1.35-1.75-1.55-1.35/superpi-32m_single_13m11s312ms.png

http://fileshosts.com/intel/Asus/680i_striker/results/X6800_1/ocz/titaniumalphavx2/8000/0402/9x/unlinked/2t/2_3divider/405-607-5333-2-1-2-7-2-22_1.475-2.525-1.35-1.75-1.55-1.35/superpi-32m_single_13m04s953ms.png