Once in a while overclockers like to do other things than only hunt for golden cups and competition wins. The low-clock challenges for SuperPI are a great way to reduce stress and learn the platform better. In the Piledriver challenge, newlife from Australia and Radi from France managed to outscore Calathea who had the most efficient run for a while.
In the just-now updated leaderboard we see Radi in first place with a time of 14min 19sec 468ms, Newlife in second with a time of 14min 19sec 578ms and Calathea in third with a time of 14min 20sec 156ms. A close battle for sure!
|14min 19sec 468ms||Radi||A10-6800K @ 5000.00 MHz||1184 MHz 7-10-7-20|
|14min 19sec 578ms||newlife||A8-6600K @ 4996.70 MHz||1185 MHz CL8 10-9-8 1T|
|14min 20sec 156ms||Calathea||Athlon X4 750K @ 5000.00 MHz||1333 MHz 9-12-12-24 2T|
|14min 23sec 375ms||I.nfraR.ed||FX-8320 @ 4996.00 MHz||1060 MHz CL7.0 7-6-20 1T|
|14min 29sec 672ms||Bones||FX-4300 @ 4993.00 MHz||1079 MHz CL6.0 10-8-27|
From the looks of it, Newlife is trying to get the upper hand on Radi again. The challenge in particular is to clock the NB as high as possible and of course to focus on the memory frequency and timings. We look forward to seeing the next batch of results! More information:
- Vishera/Richland SuperPI 32M 5G Challenge Thread
- Radi's 14min 19sec 468ms with A10-6800K
- Newlife's 14min 19sec 578ms with A8-6600K
- Calathea's 14min 20sec 156ms with Athlon X4 750K