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Everything posted by GtiJason

  1. Good job, love to see high clocked tight mems at 1t 1:1 Thats why this exact setup has won a spot on one of my 3 test benchs
  2. Awesome, nice to see this great run bring out some old heads !
  3. Just a Corsair h150i elite capellix. The room has it's own AC so I can get air temp just under 20C Should be a pic in my updated score here https://hwbot.org/submission/4817356_gtijason_xtu_2.0_core_i9_11900kf_5971_marks/
  4. Sorry about the quality, but I made it a second time and focused in on the important stuff In Windows XP I am just showing you how to stop the pop up's by Right clicking on driver in Device Manager and choosing Disable. Also showing the last step in ERAM where you copy SuperPi folder to ERam "Z" drive and make shortcut for it. Remember you need to run 16k for fast time first like in the directions "Daily" rig or PC used for flashing .gho is z590 APEX Benching PC is z590 OC Formula Make images, use images, make your life easier ! Peace
  5. I just wanted to post this here for all the people getting bad SuperPi 32m times or having problems with the Macrium image from post # 1 The reason why the HWBot Windows XP is slow is because it has extra things installed and way too many services enabled. Use CCleaner to uninstall all this junk and the services picture to see how it should be set up You should only have 12 processes running when you open task manager Formula Drive is buggy but it does work if you install A-Tuning first And use this picture to change services CCleaner.zip
  6. Flash MEI in bios or OS has gone to sh!t I think selecting "External (E) need edit BOOT.INI requires using batch file format_auto_eram.bat I went into detail at RocketLake 32m Noob thread
  7. Flash / Restore .GHO Ghost image This is ridiculously easy, here's what you need _A computer, preferably not your benching setup -USB2.0/3.0 to sata 2.5" adapter cable. -Standalone norton ghost (only need ghost32.exe) 1 - Connect any ssd to the cable, plug cable into pc with .gho file and Ghost32.exe (not bench rig) 2 - Open ghost select local -> disk -> *from image* 3 - follow onscreen instructions to select the 1) .gho file your flashing / restoring 2) SSD you are flashing it to (bench ssd) probably will be called "Generic External" since it's connected with USB to sata adaptor cable 4 - Once ghost finishes don't click restart, just click continue and you can close the program now - Safe eject the external ssd and connect it to bench hardware - you now have a fresh OS all prepped ready to bench. Ghost32.zip
  8. And how to use after the previous restart Drag "To Eram" to "Z drive" on desktop, Open Shortcut you made before restart and run 16K once. Now click Alt C, down arrow until you get to 32m, hit "Enter" ONCE only You'll see screen that says "Hit Enter to run 32m" just leave it alone or move to side *WAZA* (Optional) Run a batch file such as "Waza.bat" or use OCX Pi Tweaker 1.0.8 Open Task Manager (Ctrl Shift Esc) Details Tab, right click SuperPi, set Priority "Realtime" Right click Super Pi again, go to "Affinity" and have checkmark only in cpu core box "1" (Optional) Right-click - End Task - "Explorer"
  9. To prep ERam for "fast start" Create Folder on Desktop called "To Eram". Put Super Pi program in it After E Ram installed, click on my Computer and you'll see "Z drive" Drag Z drive to desktop (copy) Now drag "to eram" folder (super pi) to Z drive on desktop open that Z drive, open "to eram" folder in z drive right click drag super pi to desktop to create shortcut Open the Super Pi in Z - to eram the one you just created a desktop shortcut for, not the shortcut itself grab bottom right corner of super pi window and pull up and left until you only see top bar with super pi logo and Super Pi / mod 1.5 XS Hit Alt C (for calculate), then hit Enter 3 times. this runs 16K do this like 15 times to get good score, close super pi and restart computer ERAM220.zip
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