Well here we are, I'm at it again. This time around "we'll" be looking at SuperPi times, from 32M test runs only. SuperPi's 1M test is a speed-test to see how fast your computer can "grab" Pi to 1 million decimal places, but doesn't leave a lot of room for variance in the scores. 32M on the other hand takes FAR longer to complete (just over 20 minutes on my 3.4E @ 4.18GHz) and is a better test of your systems stability...which also leaves a LOT of room for differences in ppl's scores. All that I require/request if you're interested in taking part is that you post up a screenshot of your desktop after receiving your time (not the score summary screen afterwards), so we can get a visual of the result. The screenshot must include CPU-Z, WCPUID, or clockgen running alongside SuperPi...so that we can see a little "proof" if you will, about your clocks. Have fun everyone, let's see what you can do. [H]ardForum SuperPi 32M "AMD" Top 10 1: Gundamit - 21m 20s - A64 Opteron 148 @ 3.50GHz 2: Sucka - 21m 22s - A64 FX-57 @ 3.46GHz 3: James Earl Ray - 22m 58s - A64 FX-55 @ 3.30GHz 4: gjwild - 23m 34s - A64 Opteron 148 @ 3.06GHz 5: jikdoc - 23m 39s - A64 FX-55 @ 3.21GHz 6: mike.elmes - 23m 47s - A64 FX-55 @ 3.20GHz 7: centvalny - 23m 52s - A64 FX-55 SD @ 3.12GHz 8: tsuehpsyde - 24m 05s - A64 Opteron 144 @ 3.10GHz 9: dnavarro - 24m 06s - A64 FX-55 @ 3.14GHz 10: snakebiteuk35 - 24m 17s - A64 FX-55 @ 3.28GHz [H]ardForum SuperPi 32M "Intel" Top 10 1: hipro5 - 19m 57s - Dothan 780ES @ 3.70GHz 2: BitchBreaker - 21m 33s - P4 570J ES @ 5.40GHz 3: rwilso101 - 24m 28s - P4 560J @ 4.62GHz 4: deachus - 24m 51s - P4 ??? @ 4.18GHz 5: uclajd - 25m 13s - P4 3.2E @ 4.45GHz 6: Slacky - 25m 41s - P4 550 @ 4.41GHz 7: ryuji - 25m 54s - P4 506 @ 4.40GHz 8: Agr3sive - 26m 13s - P4 560 @ 4.28GHz 9: cornelious0_0 - 26m 43s - P4 3.4E @ 4.32GHz 10: EnderW - 26m 51s - P4 560J @ 4.30GHz Make sure you stretch the SuperPi window down an inch or so, as the default 32M seems to cut off the 25th reading from the window, and starting now I'm only going to be accepting results with screenshots taken immediately after the test was run, with all 25 readings on-screen. To take a screenshot of your result press "Prt Scr Sys Rq" which may be wording slightly differently, but it's typically about the little batch of keys including Home and Insert. After you take the screenshot with the "Print Screen" key, load up MSPaint, and select Edit -> Paste. Save the picture as a JPEG and you'll be ready for the next step. 1st Class PC's is quite possibly the best Image hosting service I've found, with VERY leniant rules and limitations on your uploads....it's a great candidate. Once you have uploaded your picture you will be given a link to your image enclosed within two tags.....highlight/copy that entire line, and paste it into your post.[/SIZE] Nothing more to it boys and girls, now get goin. [URL=http://superpi.radeonx.com/super_pi_mod-1.4.zip]Here's[/URL] a download URL for SuperPi, now get at it and show me what you've got. This modded version of SuperPi originated over at XS, so stop over and [URL=http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=54389]pay your respects[/URL] if you want. There's a fair bit of basic info on the program "revision" in that thread at XS, but essentially its a revised version of the original SuperPi that displays ms time calculations and employs some nice anti-cheating. Because this is based off the original "version" of the program, I'll be accepting only pics from this version.....as it's kinda hard to pass off an older "patched" version of SuperPi, as it doesn't/didn't provide the same time display and such.