SuperPI 32M 5 GHz Challenge Leaderboard (Sep 21, 2015) - Bullant Fastest at 5 minutes and 53.890 seconds with Haswell

Today we have a look at the SuperPI 32M low-clock challenge threads in our forum and make a list of the most efficient overclocks for various CPU architectures. The fastest SuperPI 32M at 5GHz is Bullant's Hawell result of 5 minutes and 53.890 seconds. Check out the full table below.

Congratulations to all the leaders in their specific categories!


SuperPI 32M 5 GHz Challenge Leaderboard (Sep 21, 2015)

Category Time Overclocker CPU Memory Motherboard
Skylake 5G 5 min 57.047 sec L0ud_sil3nc3 Core i7 6700K HyperX Predator 1936 MHz C11-16-16-28 ASRock Z170 OC Formula
Broadwell 5G 6 min 18.925 sec Fugger Core i7 5775C Corsair Dominator Platinum ASUS Maximus VII Gene
Haswell-E 5G 5 min 55.922 sec Dinos22 Core i7 5960X G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 1667 MHz C9-12-14-13 GIGABYTE X99-SOC Champion
Haswell 5G 5 min 53.890 sec Bullant Core i7 4790K G.SKILL PI 1429 MHz C6-10-6-21 GIGABYTE Z97X-SOC Force LN2
Ivy Bridge 5G 6 min 15.562 sec Bullant Core i7 3770K 1327 MHz C6-9-6-24 ASRock Z77 OC Formula
Sandy Bridge 5G 6 min 30.359 sec Bullant Core i7 2600K G.SKILL PI 1134 MHz C6-8-6-20 GIGABYTE Z77X-UP4 TH
Kaveri 5G 12 min 17.437 sec Zeropluszero A10-7850K 1198 MHz C8-11-9-18 GIGABYTE F2A88XN-Wifi
Vishera 5G 14 min 9.391 sec Robbo2 FX-8350 G.SKILL PI 1300 MHz C8-11-8-24 ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z
Richland 5G 14 min 9.156 sec Newlife A6-6420K G.SKILL TridentX 1184 MHz C7-10-10-8 GIGABYTE F2A88XN-Wifi
Trinity 5G 14 min 11.016 sec Dinos22 A10-5800K Corsair Dominator 1333 MHz C9-12-12-24 GIGABYTE F2A85X-UP4
Zambezi 5G 15 min 22.875 sec Splave.rom FX-8120 Corsair Dominator GTX2 1137 MHz C7-8-7-21 ASUS Crosshair V Formula
Llano 5G 14 min 3.188 sec D3mox A8-3870K G.SKILL RipjawsX 1056 MHz C7-10-7-24 GIGABYTE A75-UD4H
Kabini 2.5G 20 min 42.391 sec Newlife Athlon 5350 Patriot Viper II Sector 7 1000 MHz C6-8-6-20 ASUS AM1I-A


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United States Strong Island says:

Wow australia must be a very efficient country. Australian's tearin it up.

Australia Bullant says:

nice!

strong island 1 said: Wow australia must be a very efficient country. Australian's tearin it up.


I cant speak for other Australians but for myself I pay way to much for LN2 "$3.80 lrt" so as you would know a 100lrts a month wouldn't go very far lol.I do lot of efficiency testing on air 2D and 3D just to get the most out of my LN2.I do mainly just stay with the memory side of benching due to the cost of ln2,Im in the process of negotiating a better price.... as it does make you think if its all worth while with the cost of LN2 does also restrict your buying budget of new items,does make me very thankful for the manufactures that have helped "supported" in that way,Asrock,Gigabyte,Kingston and Panram over the last couple years

Belgium Massman says:

WOW 3.80?! Is there no way to group the Aussie LN2 usage together and negotiate a better deal nation-wide?

Australia newlife says:

I was paying just over $2L

Australia Bullant says:

Massman said: WOW 3.80?!

Is there no way to group the Aussie LN2 usage together and negotiate a better deal nation-wide?


Yeah $3.80 lrt ,im not really close to anyone,the LN2 providers seem to set price's on quantity of what you buy,im hoping if I raise my ln2 usage to 200-300 lrts a month I can strike a better price from them.Would be little happier if I can get it for about $2.00 lrt

United States l0ud_sil3nc3 says:

0.40c a liter or fail, have been trying to get there for the past few years with much fail :(

Australia newlife says:

Bullant said: Yeah $3.80 lrt ,im not really close to anyone,the LN2 providers seem to set price's on quantity of what you buy,im hoping if I raise my ln2 usage to 200-300 lrts a month I can strike a better price from them.Would be little happier if I can get it for about $2.00 lrt


I guess adelaide is lucky because dice seems to be cheaper than the rest of the country and Dino did tell about a guy he used to get ln2 off who moved to adelaide but I haven't got any through him yet so not sure of the price

Oh and by $2 I mean aud which comes out to about 1.40 usd

Australia JunkDogg says:

3.80!!!! You're getting it cheap Bull.

I'm at 5.39 a litre plus .70 a litre delivery. Reminds me I need to make a phone call.

Belgium Massman says:

Man, I hear similar stories from France. No wonder people don't want to start LN2. Those prices are rediculous! Try to organize a group purchase guys. All AU extreme overclockers combined should be using enough LN2 to warrant a sub AUD $1 per liter deal.

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

l0ud_sil3nc3 said: 0.40c a liter or fail, have been trying to get there for the past few years with much fail :(


I'm at $0.57/L......... No $0.40/L but I'll take it :D

I was at $1/L and then they said they would just start charging me for 20L instead of 35L. :eek: :nana:

Australia newlife says:

Massman said: Man, I hear similar stories from France.

No wonder people don't want to start LN2. Those prices are rediculous! Try to organize a group purchase guys. All AU extreme overclockers combined should be using enough LN2 to warrant a sub AUD $1 per liter deal.

Unfortunately Australia is a very large and fairly unpopulated making it so you can only really get deals for your local area and not country wide

Belgium Massman says:

There's no nation-wide supplier? Or at least state-wide?

Australia Bullant says:

l0ud_sil3nc3 said: 0.40c a liter or fail, have been trying to get there for the past few years with much fail :(

Don't tell me this ahaah


Massman said: There's no nation-wide supplier? Or at least state-wide?


I guess there is but in western Australia think only 4 extreme overclockers that I know off,little to far apart from each other I think.Ill hear back on my price next week,I see what your saying tho,if we had 10-15 extreme guys buying from the same supplier @ say 500-1000 lrts a month we could strike some sort of deal.I just don't see that happening with 1-2 extreme guys in one huge state

Ive told my supplier that I would increase my ln2 usage from 100 to 300 lrts a month if price can be dropped

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