Pretty much everyone is aware of the fact that AMD isn’t that great in SuperPI, especially compared the Intel Core series. Whereas Intel technology managed to break the 10s SuperPI 1M barrier many years ago, an AMD-based system is only getting close. Well … very close actually.
Japanese overclocker Gyrock has been improving his overclocking results with the AMD Phenom II X4 955 C3 and narrowed the gap with the 10s barrier to a mere 93 milliseconds. Although this result cannot be found in the HWBot database, this impressive result can’t be left unmentioned.
- CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 955 BE C3 (0939)
- CPU cooling: Kuri-Pro4 + LN2
- Mainboard: ASUS Crosshair III Formula(BIOS1105)
- Mainboard Test Bed: V-TEC ARC Bed Professional Rev.7.0 Model J40
- Chipset Cooling: Stock heatsink + Fan
- Memory: Kingston KHX2133C8 2GBx2
- VGA: Galaxy 7900GS
- HDD: Seagete ST3120827AS
- PSU: Antec CP-850
- OS: Windows XP Pro SP3
Screenshots of results
(Clickable – Courtesy of Gyrock)
Once again, congratulations on the excellent results!
Jan 3, 2010 - News, OC records - HWBOT