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Default Fastest MFR based SuperPI 32M runs - Full out and 4G/5G

Okay, I'm curious now. What are the fastest MFR based SuperPI 32M runs out there?
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Not sure what you mean,highest MHZ or highest efficiency?Cause single-sided memory scores so low it's not worth the effort.8 GB double-sided MFR high-binned should be interesting to see how they perform...
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Full out => best score
4G / 5G => best score, therefore best efficiency

I'm curious about these SuperPI 32M runs because there seems to be a battle going on for the best MFR based SuperPI 32M runs.
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Dumo is got MFR pretty dialed at 5Ghz, I want to say he was at 6:06:xx or lower off the top of my head.
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5 GHz by l0ud_sil3nc3:



4 GHz by Splave:



Those are the only runs with MFR in the XS 4 and 5 GHz 32M Low-Clock-Challenge.
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tried it but never 4g and 5g
also nick tried some C8 i think
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Waste of time,nothing can match ln2 cooled 2600+ C6 psc and bbse.Maybe samsung 3000 9-12-12 in theory because practically highest benchable freq i saw was splave 2933
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Full out => best score
4G / 5G => best score, therefore best efficiency

I'm curious about these SuperPI 32M runs because there seems to be a battle going on for the best MFR based SuperPI 32M runs.
i think its more just superpi to test out staiblity of MFR overclocks, lol

I could be wrong tho
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Thanks for the info. So about 15 seconds slower at 5GHz.

Well, that settles it then. I'm not going to be running any MFR for SPI performance runs
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MFR is the AMD of the memory sticks. High clock - no performance.
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