Submission details

- Extreme League

24sec 586ms with AMD Sempron 145 at 5964MHz

Ranking position

11749th

WR Rank:

11749th out of 9451

26th

Global 1x CPU rank:

26th out of 2780

21st

Sempron 145 rank:

21st out of 148

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Screenshots
wPrime - 32m screenshot

Hardware details

CPU details

  • Model: AMD Sempron 145 'Sargas' (1 cores active)
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Speed: 5,964MHz (+113.00%)
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Memory details

  • Manufacturer: Corsair
  • Product: Dominator
  • Type: 1024MB DDR2
  • Speed: @ 426MHz
  • Timings: CL5.0 5-5-18
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VGA details

  • Speed: MHz / MHz (Stock)

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Recent Comments

United States Gomeler commented on his own score:

Only one of my Dominator PC2-8888C4 sticks is working =( Will have to try again in dual channel.

United States BeepBeep2 says:

That's a heck of a CPU right there, can't believe you to got the HTT up there so high. I remember hitting a wall around 330.

United States Gomeler says:

On air this CPU walled around 360HTT. Under LN2 I was able to hit around 445HTT but the CPU was only stable through wPrime 32M at a maximum speed of around 6050MHz. I still need to test again in dual channel as I fear I am losing some efficiency in running single channel.

United States BeepBeep2 says:

As far as I remember memory doesn't play much role in wprime, if I were you I'd try to drop the CPUNB down to about 2000-3000 and also drop it's voltage to see if you can gain CPU frequency. Dual Channel will be faster but it likely won't be much.

TaPaKaH says:

I don't know exact behavior with Corsair SPD, but max HTT is usually better if you flash your mems with SPD from some TeamGroup or Crucial modules ;)

single/dual channel doesn't have any affect on efficency, you're losing more because of Vista - try WinXP with Luna theme with VGA drivers :)

United States Gomeler says:

Thanks for the tips Sam. I wasn't HTT walled, more like the core was walled regardless of volts at around 6050MHz. I'll be retrying after CES with two sticks of D9GMH and a proper XP installation. I didn't use XP as I happened to have Windows Vista installed on that drive and decided to give it a go :D

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