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- Enthusiast league

816.47 pps with ARM Broadcom BCM2835 (BCM2708) at 1550MHz

Ranking position

8540th

WR Rank:

8540th out of 5344

439th

Global 1x CPU rank:

439th out of 560

10th

Broadcom BCM2835 (BCM2708) rank:

10th out of 67

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  • Type: 482MB

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Recent Comments

Slovenia kristjan.krusic commented on his own score:

Max voltage I could push was 2.22v. Sadly you can't boot the Pi at more then 2.1v so I had to lower the voltage at boot and instantly increase it to make it more stable. If someone has a fix for this plis private msg me. If you want help with doing something like this feel free to message me. (ps. no need for extreme cooling with the Pi B possibly also usable for 24/7 use).

Slovenia kristjan.krusic says:

Settings: CPU: 1550; GPU: 650; RAM: 700.

Adding more Mhz didn't really help because the CPU was the bottleneck. Will retry tomorrow with higher GPU/RAM clocks.

Slovenia kristjan.krusic says:

Setting the RAM and GPU to 775 doesn't help :/ Also tried using the DDR2 memory voltage controller (can go up to 3.8v) still run into the 2.10v lock :(

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