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  1. I'm looking for a decent 4 or 6 core ambient CPU, so 6600k, 6700k, 7600k, 7700k, 8350k and 8600k/9600k/9600kf are all possible options. It'd be awesome if the CPU could do 5300+ in 01, 03, 05, Heaven and AM3.
  2. I'm testing different modes and sizes for doing waza on AM3 now, and it's very interesting. OCX needs an increased stability, so because of this I have to clock the cpu lower for the same voltage or increase voltage for the same freq and that's equals to lower overall score. Also after doing the same waza mode multiple times, I experienced that it's not really consistent. For example using only a manual c to eram copy with an 1200mb waza size, there's a 0.390s difference between the scores which isn't bad, but I tried a manual d-c, c-d, d-c waza too, and there the gap is around 2 seconds between the slowest and fastest run. Did you guys also experience the same stuff?
  3. I'm looking for these AM3 boards: -ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR III FORMULA -ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR IV EXTREME -ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR IV FORMULA -GIGABYTE GA-MA790FXT-UD5P -GIGABYTE GA-MA790XT-UD4P -GIGABYTE GA-890FXA-UD7 -GIGABYTE GA-890FXA-UD5 I'm also looking for an MGH-E Hyper kit.
  4. I'll check it out, but I think I got it to work now. This was a really great advice actually, because I gave eram 1gb and now it works, so I'm 100% sure I gave it a really small disk.
  5. Well, about 109GB is free. I assume it's enough for this. QPI was at slow mode, so I can't imagine that's the problem. Also I tried with another XP install. This is not TinyXP, it's just a normal XP iso that I edited in nLite. On this, I can't get ERAM to work, because even though it creates the Z drive, I can't open it. It says it's not formatted. On TinyXP, ERAM worked, but I couldn't get it to work with Memory Source -> External, because it didn't create the Z drive so I used OS: PagedPool instead. Could this be the error's cause?
  6. Allright, it does the same thing. Even at stock. Maybe it doesn't like tinyxp?
  7. That's unfortunate. I'll try to reinstall the system, maybe that'll solve it. If not, I'm very confused.
  8. And how could I eleminate that cache or read-write instability? Yeah, if it would be all core load, I wouldn't be able to cool it, but with this on 2 cores, it goes up to like 75 celsius max (even though it's a soldered chip, this one is factory delidded, because it came from a Mac Pro... Maybe that's why I can cool it better) 206 finished a lot of times without waza, yes.
  9. LGA1366: X58A-UD5, not good memory kit and an X5550. I could do this on windows 7, but because of the much lower bclk, I can't imagine it's not enough stability for the tweak. What screenshots would be necessary to determine the problem?
  10. Hey guys! I tried the copy-waza tweak with SuperPi today for the first time, as GtiJason explained in this: https://community.hwbot.org/topic/167622-spi32m-help-needed/ thread. However I couldn't get the benchmark to finish with the tweak, because it always says "Not Convergent in SQR05". I first assumed it demands very high stability, so I lowered the bclk from 195 to 173, and the issue isn't solved, but it finishes without waza at 206 bclk. Have anybody experienced this before? If so, what was the solution?
  11. Is it just for this Cheapaz, or there will be prizes for other comps in the future too?
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