Tuesday, February 8, 2011

First sub-10minute 32M SuperPi on AMD done by Mad222 using GIGABYTE 890FXA-UD7!

SuperPi is one of those old school benchmarks which will just never go away because no matter what new generation of CPUs and boards come out, it provides a very good indication of platform efficiency when it comes to system and memory tuning. This benchmarks takes up a huge amount of time and effort which is what Mad222 has put in, first from his tireless benching and tweaking and also from his search for the golden CPU.

Today marks the day of one of those amazing achievements which are rarely seen and can’t come often enough. First sub-10minute AMD 32M SuperPi went down overnight in Hong Kong at an astonishing 6991.7Mhz frequency using GIGABYTE’s flagship 890FXA-UD7 motherboard and an AMD Phenom II X4 965 CPU.

This truly belongs in SuperPi Hall of Fame. Congratulations and keep pushing it as the famous Dane would say!



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