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CakeMonster

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I changed RAM kits for more capacity, no longer B-die unfortunately, but I've managed to tighten up the secondary timings quite a bit already (not the first 4 though).

Turns out my older B-die was actually limiting the FCLK to 1867/3733, but now I can do 1933/3867 with no errors (TM5, IBT).

I'm going to have to read through some guides to see what I can do to further tighten it up, and remembering what I did last time I'll probably have to check with benchmarks to see if performance regress with some of the timings (I know that's been mentioned in some of BZ's videos).

DDR4 4000 @ 5900x ZT DOCP 36-560-48 3867 1.4v.PNG
 
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Every system has a sweet spot.
Find your sweet spot.
PBO is different for each motherboard manufacturer.
It's designed for BOOST MODE ONLY overclocking.
( not all systems are created equally )
So true. After looking at all my data I may just leave PBO on Auto.
Idle: 3677Mhz, 32.2C, 0.884V
OCCT CPU stress test (small data): 66.8C, 1.074V
3DMark: 4611Mhz, 62.9C, 1.25V
Benchmarks were not that much higher using PBO's Curve Optimizer and increasing the Boost Override.
 
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Got my 3rd 5950x in today. It won't install win 11, says it does not meet minimum requirements. Another Intel/MS BS situation. Its like Intel paid MS to do this.

Well, I will put win 10 on it temporarily, to check it out, then ubuntu (cinnamon mint 19.2) will be the permanent OS anyway.
 
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Got my 3rd 5950x in today. It won't install win 11, says it does not meet minimum requirements. Another Intel/MS BS situation. Its like Intel paid MS to do this.

Well, I will put win 10 on it temporarily, to check it out, then ubuntu (cinnamon mint 19.2) will be the permanent OS anyway.
Likely just the TPM setting in BIOS. Turn it on, and all will be well.
 
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Well, I didn't have time to mess around. I got mint 19.2 installed, changed the timings on the memory to 14-14-14 from 22, and its up and running WCG.

Thanks to those that helped.
 

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Well, I didn't have time to mess around. I got mint 19.2 installed, changed the timings on the memory to 14-14-14 from 22, and its up and running WCG.

Thanks to those that helped.
i'm surprised you had to go into the bios and even change it all the most recent bios updates have it on by default. Unless you are using an older bios on that board.
 

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Upgrade question: I currently have a Ryzen 5 3600x...what would be a better upgrade, the 5600x or the 5800x?
Both are available at MSRP locally.

Or should I wait for some price drops when the Ryzen 6000 gets out?
 

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Upgrade question: I currently have a Ryzen 5 3600x...what would be a better upgrade, the 5600x or the 5800x?
Both are available at MSRP locally.

Or should I wait for some price drops when the Ryzen 6000 gets out?
Depends. What do you use the computer for? will the additional 2 cores make any difference to your workload?

Don't plan on price drops when new models come out. In this market there's no incentive to drop prices on old models because they will sell out just fine without it.
 
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Upgrade question: I currently have a Ryzen 5 3600x...what would be a better upgrade, the 5600x or the 5800x?
Both are available at MSRP locally.

Or should I wait for some price drops when the Ryzen 6000 gets out?
Waste of money for anything less than the 5900X IMO. I would probably wait, still.
 
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Upgrade question: I currently have a Ryzen 5 3600x...what would be a better upgrade, the 5600x or the 5800x?
Both are available at MSRP locally.

Or should I wait for some price drops when the Ryzen 6000 gets out?
I went form 3600 to 5800x half a year ago. It was nice, but now I might wait for Zen3+.
I didn't jump to 5900 so I'll have "room" for the next jump.
 

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Well, now I am oissed.... The 5950x is now $699 at newegg. I just got mine monday and paid $710. And $699 through antonline at Amazon
 
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@Markfw
Can you load up one of your monster rigs and make a submission here ? :)
Punish it with y-cruncher

Wanna see what those 32/64 core rigs can achieve in this benchmark.. Benchmate which is used for this can be downloaded here
You mean the 5950x rigs ? they are all linux. Is that a Linux app ? So are all my 64/128 EPYC boxes.

It says wins 7 or later. The only thing I have on windows is a 3900x or a 2970wx 24 core/48 thread. Neither of those are close to the 5950x in terms of real power.
 
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You mean the 5950x rigs ? they are all linux. Is that a Linux app ? So are all my 64/128 EPYC boxes.

It says wins 7 or later. The only thing I have on windows is a 3900x or a 2970wx 24 core/48 thread. Neither of those are close to the 5950x in terms of real power.
Hmm okai, yeah wanted to see those epyc scores :)
Y-cruncher standalone can be ran under linux also, download here
We are running benchmark @ 2.5B PI
 

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Hmm okai, yeah wanted to see those epyc scores :)
Y-cruncher standalone can be ran under linux also, download here
We are running benchmark @ 2.5B PI
OK, not a linux guru. I downloaded it, extracted it, and tried to run it. Says can't execute. I need a linux guru's help.
 
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OK, I figured it out !
Code:
mark@mark-7b12:~/y-cruncher$ sudo ./y-cruncher.ex skip-warnings bench 500m
y-cruncher v0.7.8 Build 9507

Detecting Environment...

CPU Vendor:
    AMD         = Yes
    Intel       = No

OS Features:
  * 64-bit      = Yes
  * OS AVX      = Yes
  * OS AVX512   = No

Hardware Features:
    MMX         = Yes
  * x64         = Yes
  * ABM         = Yes
    RDRAND      = Yes
    RDSEED      = Yes
    BMI1        = Yes
  * BMI2        = Yes
  * ADX         = Yes
    MPX         = No
    PREFETCHW   = Yes
    PREFETCHWT1 = No
    RDPID       = Yes
    GFNI        = No
    VAES        = No

SIMD: 128-bit
  * SSE         = Yes
  * SSE2        = Yes
  * SSE3        = Yes
  * SSSE3       = Yes
    SSE4a       = Yes
  * SSE4.1      = Yes
  * SSE4.2      = Yes
    AES-NI      = Yes
    SHA         = Yes

SIMD: 256-bit
  * AVX         = Yes
    XOP         = No
  * FMA3        = Yes
  * FMA4        = No
  * AVX2        = Yes

SIMD: 512-bit
  * AVX512-F         = No
    AVX512-CD        = No
    AVX512-PF        = No
    AVX512-ER        = No
  * AVX512-VL        = No
  * AVX512-BW        = No
  * AVX512-DQ        = No
  * AVX512-IFMA      = No
  * AVX512-VBMI      = No

Alright Intel, how many drinks have you had tonight?
    AVX512-VPOPCNTDQ = No
    AVX512-4FMAPS    = No
    AVX512-4VNNIW    = No
    AVX512-VBMI2     = No
    AVX512-VPCLMUL   = No
    AVX512-VNNI      = No
    AVX512-BITALG    = No
    AVX512-BF16      = No


Auto-Selecting: 19-ZN2 ~ Kagari

/home/mark/y-cruncher/Binaries/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari


Launching y-cruncher...
================================================================



Checking processor/OS features...

Required Features:
    x64, ABM, BMI1, BMI2, ADX,
    SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2,
    AVX, FMA3, AVX2



Parsing Core -> Handle Mappings...
    Cores:  0-127

Parsing NUMA -> Core Mappings...
    Node  0:  0-127


Constant:   Pi
Algorithm:  Chudnovsky (1988)

Decimal Digits:       500,000,000
Hexadecimal Digits:   Disabled

Computation Mode:     Ram Only
Multi-Threading:      Push Pool  ->  128 / ?  (randomization on)

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:09:29 2021

Working Memory...  3.98 GiB  (locked, spread: ?)
Twiddle Tables...   283 MiB  (locked, spread: ?)

Begin Computation:

Series CommonP2B3...  35,256,847 terms  (Expansion Factor = 2.636)
Time:    6.431 seconds  ( 0.107 minutes )                                  
Large Division...
Time:    0.373 seconds  ( 0.006 minutes )                                  
InvSqrt(10005)...
Time:    0.250 seconds  ( 0.004 minutes )                                  
Large Multiply...
Time:    0.134 seconds  ( 0.002 minutes )                                  

Pi:  7.188 seconds  ( 0.120 minutes )

Base Converting:
Time:    0.454 seconds  ( 0.008 minutes )                                  
Writing Decimal Digits:
Time:    0.406 seconds  ( 0.007 minutes )                                  

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:09:29 2021
End Time:   Fri Dec 17 19:09:39 2021

Total Computation Time:     7.642 seconds  ( 0.127 minutes )
Start-to-End Wall Time:     10.062 seconds  ( 0.168 minutes )

CPU Utilization:        10172.45 %  +  100.36 % kernel overhead
Multi-core Efficiency:     79.47 %  +    0.78 % kernel overhead

Last Decimal Digits:  Pi
3896531789 0364496761 5664275325 5483742003 7847987772  :  499,999,950
5002477883 0364214864 5906800532 7052368734 3293261427  :  500,000,000

Spot Check: Good through 500,000,000

Version:              0.7.8.9507 (Linux/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari)
Processor(s):         AMD Eng Sample: 100-000000020-02_30/20_N
Topology:             128 threads / 64 cores / 1 socket / 1 NUMA node
Usable Memory:        135,032,893,440 ( 126 GiB)
CPU Base Frequency:   1,996,240,000 Hz

Validation File: Pi - 20211217-190940.txt

mark@mark-7b12:~/y-cruncher$ sudo ./y-cruncher.ex skip-warnings bench 2.5b
y-cruncher v0.7.8 Build 9507

Detecting Environment...

CPU Vendor:
    AMD         = Yes
    Intel       = No

OS Features:
  * 64-bit      = Yes
  * OS AVX      = Yes
  * OS AVX512   = No

Hardware Features:
    MMX         = Yes
  * x64         = Yes
  * ABM         = Yes
    RDRAND      = Yes
    RDSEED      = Yes
    BMI1        = Yes
  * BMI2        = Yes
  * ADX         = Yes
    MPX         = No
    PREFETCHW   = Yes
    PREFETCHWT1 = No
    RDPID       = Yes
    GFNI        = No
    VAES        = No

SIMD: 128-bit
  * SSE         = Yes
  * SSE2        = Yes
  * SSE3        = Yes
  * SSSE3       = Yes
    SSE4a       = Yes
  * SSE4.1      = Yes
  * SSE4.2      = Yes
    AES-NI      = Yes
    SHA         = Yes

SIMD: 256-bit
  * AVX         = Yes
    XOP         = No
  * FMA3        = Yes
  * FMA4        = No
  * AVX2        = Yes

SIMD: 512-bit
  * AVX512-F         = No
    AVX512-CD        = No
    AVX512-PF        = No
    AVX512-ER        = No
  * AVX512-VL        = No
  * AVX512-BW        = No
  * AVX512-DQ        = No
  * AVX512-IFMA      = No
  * AVX512-VBMI      = No

Alright Intel, how many drinks have you had tonight?
    AVX512-VPOPCNTDQ = No
    AVX512-4FMAPS    = No
    AVX512-4VNNIW    = No
    AVX512-VBMI2     = No
    AVX512-VPCLMUL   = No
    AVX512-VNNI      = No
    AVX512-BITALG    = No
    AVX512-BF16      = No


Auto-Selecting: 19-ZN2 ~ Kagari

/home/mark/y-cruncher/Binaries/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari


Launching y-cruncher...
================================================================



Checking processor/OS features...

Required Features:
    x64, ABM, BMI1, BMI2, ADX,
    SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2,
    AVX, FMA3, AVX2



Parsing Core -> Handle Mappings...
    Cores:  0-127

Parsing NUMA -> Core Mappings...
    Node  0:  0-127


Constant:   Pi
Algorithm:  Chudnovsky (1988)

Decimal Digits:       2,500,000,000
Hexadecimal Digits:   Disabled

Computation Mode:     Ram Only
Multi-Threading:      Push Pool  ->  128 / ?  (randomization on)

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:10:58 2021

Working Memory...  12.2 GiB  (locked, spread: ?)
Twiddle Tables...   286 MiB  (locked, spread: ?)

Begin Computation:

Series CommonP2B3...  176,284,185 terms  (Expansion Factor = 2.784)
Time:    31.382 seconds  ( 0.523 minutes )                                  
Large Division...
Time:    1.667 seconds  ( 0.028 minutes )                                  
InvSqrt(10005)...
Time:    1.120 seconds  ( 0.019 minutes )                                  
Large Multiply...
Time:    0.697 seconds  ( 0.012 minutes )                                  

Pi:  34.866 seconds  ( 0.581 minutes )

Base Converting:
Time:    2.273 seconds  ( 0.038 minutes )                                  
Writing Decimal Digits:
Time:    1.779 seconds  ( 0.030 minutes )                                  

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:10:58 2021
End Time:   Fri Dec 17 19:11:40 2021

Total Computation Time:     37.139 seconds  ( 0.619 minutes )
Start-to-End Wall Time:     42.582 seconds  ( 0.710 minutes )

CPU Utilization:        11225.23 %  +   92.81 % kernel overhead
Multi-core Efficiency:     87.70 %  +    0.73 % kernel overhead

Last Decimal Digits:  Pi
0917027898 3554136437 7123165188 3528593128 0032489094  :  2,499,999,950
9228502005 4677489552 2459688725 5242233502 7255998083  :  2,500,000,000

Spot Check: Good through 2,500,000,000

Version:              0.7.8.9507 (Linux/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari)
Processor(s):         AMD Eng Sample: 100-000000020-02_30/20_N
Topology:             128 threads / 64 cores / 1 socket / 1 NUMA node
Usable Memory:        135,032,893,440 ( 126 GiB)
CPU Base Frequency:   1,996,248,000 Hz

Validation File: Pi - 20211217-191142.txt

mark@mark-7b12:~/y-cruncher$
Total Computation Time: 37.139 seconds ( 0.619 minutes )

Pi is 34 seconds.

Remember, this runs at 2 ghz, not 4 ghz. So its like a 32 core machine. and I assume a parameter of 2.5b is 2.5 billion digits ?
 
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Det0x

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OK, I figured it out !
Code:
mark@mark-7b12:~/y-cruncher$ sudo ./y-cruncher.ex skip-warnings bench 500m
y-cruncher v0.7.8 Build 9507

Detecting Environment...

CPU Vendor:
    AMD         = Yes
    Intel       = No

OS Features:
  * 64-bit      = Yes
  * OS AVX      = Yes
  * OS AVX512   = No

Hardware Features:
    MMX         = Yes
  * x64         = Yes
  * ABM         = Yes
    RDRAND      = Yes
    RDSEED      = Yes
    BMI1        = Yes
  * BMI2        = Yes
  * ADX         = Yes
    MPX         = No
    PREFETCHW   = Yes
    PREFETCHWT1 = No
    RDPID       = Yes
    GFNI        = No
    VAES        = No

SIMD: 128-bit
  * SSE         = Yes
  * SSE2        = Yes
  * SSE3        = Yes
  * SSSE3       = Yes
    SSE4a       = Yes
  * SSE4.1      = Yes
  * SSE4.2      = Yes
    AES-NI      = Yes
    SHA         = Yes

SIMD: 256-bit
  * AVX         = Yes
    XOP         = No
  * FMA3        = Yes
  * FMA4        = No
  * AVX2        = Yes

SIMD: 512-bit
  * AVX512-F         = No
    AVX512-CD        = No
    AVX512-PF        = No
    AVX512-ER        = No
  * AVX512-VL        = No
  * AVX512-BW        = No
  * AVX512-DQ        = No
  * AVX512-IFMA      = No
  * AVX512-VBMI      = No

Alright Intel, how many drinks have you had tonight?
    AVX512-VPOPCNTDQ = No
    AVX512-4FMAPS    = No
    AVX512-4VNNIW    = No
    AVX512-VBMI2     = No
    AVX512-VPCLMUL   = No
    AVX512-VNNI      = No
    AVX512-BITALG    = No
    AVX512-BF16      = No


Auto-Selecting: 19-ZN2 ~ Kagari

/home/mark/y-cruncher/Binaries/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari


Launching y-cruncher...
================================================================



Checking processor/OS features...

Required Features:
    x64, ABM, BMI1, BMI2, ADX,
    SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2,
    AVX, FMA3, AVX2



Parsing Core -> Handle Mappings...
    Cores:  0-127

Parsing NUMA -> Core Mappings...
    Node  0:  0-127


Constant:   Pi
Algorithm:  Chudnovsky (1988)

Decimal Digits:       500,000,000
Hexadecimal Digits:   Disabled

Computation Mode:     Ram Only
Multi-Threading:      Push Pool  ->  128 / ?  (randomization on)

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:09:29 2021

Working Memory...  3.98 GiB  (locked, spread: ?)
Twiddle Tables...   283 MiB  (locked, spread: ?)

Begin Computation:

Series CommonP2B3...  35,256,847 terms  (Expansion Factor = 2.636)
Time:    6.431 seconds  ( 0.107 minutes )                                
Large Division...
Time:    0.373 seconds  ( 0.006 minutes )                                
InvSqrt(10005)...
Time:    0.250 seconds  ( 0.004 minutes )                                
Large Multiply...
Time:    0.134 seconds  ( 0.002 minutes )                                

Pi:  7.188 seconds  ( 0.120 minutes )

Base Converting:
Time:    0.454 seconds  ( 0.008 minutes )                                
Writing Decimal Digits:
Time:    0.406 seconds  ( 0.007 minutes )                                

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:09:29 2021
End Time:   Fri Dec 17 19:09:39 2021

Total Computation Time:     7.642 seconds  ( 0.127 minutes )
Start-to-End Wall Time:     10.062 seconds  ( 0.168 minutes )

CPU Utilization:        10172.45 %  +  100.36 % kernel overhead
Multi-core Efficiency:     79.47 %  +    0.78 % kernel overhead

Last Decimal Digits:  Pi
3896531789 0364496761 5664275325 5483742003 7847987772  :  499,999,950
5002477883 0364214864 5906800532 7052368734 3293261427  :  500,000,000

Spot Check: Good through 500,000,000

Version:              0.7.8.9507 (Linux/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari)
Processor(s):         AMD Eng Sample: 100-000000020-02_30/20_N
Topology:             128 threads / 64 cores / 1 socket / 1 NUMA node
Usable Memory:        135,032,893,440 ( 126 GiB)
CPU Base Frequency:   1,996,240,000 Hz

Validation File: Pi - 20211217-190940.txt

mark@mark-7b12:~/y-cruncher$ sudo ./y-cruncher.ex skip-warnings bench 2.5b
y-cruncher v0.7.8 Build 9507

Detecting Environment...

CPU Vendor:
    AMD         = Yes
    Intel       = No

OS Features:
  * 64-bit      = Yes
  * OS AVX      = Yes
  * OS AVX512   = No

Hardware Features:
    MMX         = Yes
  * x64         = Yes
  * ABM         = Yes
    RDRAND      = Yes
    RDSEED      = Yes
    BMI1        = Yes
  * BMI2        = Yes
  * ADX         = Yes
    MPX         = No
    PREFETCHW   = Yes
    PREFETCHWT1 = No
    RDPID       = Yes
    GFNI        = No
    VAES        = No

SIMD: 128-bit
  * SSE         = Yes
  * SSE2        = Yes
  * SSE3        = Yes
  * SSSE3       = Yes
    SSE4a       = Yes
  * SSE4.1      = Yes
  * SSE4.2      = Yes
    AES-NI      = Yes
    SHA         = Yes

SIMD: 256-bit
  * AVX         = Yes
    XOP         = No
  * FMA3        = Yes
  * FMA4        = No
  * AVX2        = Yes

SIMD: 512-bit
  * AVX512-F         = No
    AVX512-CD        = No
    AVX512-PF        = No
    AVX512-ER        = No
  * AVX512-VL        = No
  * AVX512-BW        = No
  * AVX512-DQ        = No
  * AVX512-IFMA      = No
  * AVX512-VBMI      = No

Alright Intel, how many drinks have you had tonight?
    AVX512-VPOPCNTDQ = No
    AVX512-4FMAPS    = No
    AVX512-4VNNIW    = No
    AVX512-VBMI2     = No
    AVX512-VPCLMUL   = No
    AVX512-VNNI      = No
    AVX512-BITALG    = No
    AVX512-BF16      = No


Auto-Selecting: 19-ZN2 ~ Kagari

/home/mark/y-cruncher/Binaries/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari


Launching y-cruncher...
================================================================



Checking processor/OS features...

Required Features:
    x64, ABM, BMI1, BMI2, ADX,
    SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2,
    AVX, FMA3, AVX2



Parsing Core -> Handle Mappings...
    Cores:  0-127

Parsing NUMA -> Core Mappings...
    Node  0:  0-127


Constant:   Pi
Algorithm:  Chudnovsky (1988)

Decimal Digits:       2,500,000,000
Hexadecimal Digits:   Disabled

Computation Mode:     Ram Only
Multi-Threading:      Push Pool  ->  128 / ?  (randomization on)

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:10:58 2021

Working Memory...  12.2 GiB  (locked, spread: ?)
Twiddle Tables...   286 MiB  (locked, spread: ?)

Begin Computation:

Series CommonP2B3...  176,284,185 terms  (Expansion Factor = 2.784)
Time:    31.382 seconds  ( 0.523 minutes )                                
Large Division...
Time:    1.667 seconds  ( 0.028 minutes )                                
InvSqrt(10005)...
Time:    1.120 seconds  ( 0.019 minutes )                                
Large Multiply...
Time:    0.697 seconds  ( 0.012 minutes )                                

Pi:  34.866 seconds  ( 0.581 minutes )

Base Converting:
Time:    2.273 seconds  ( 0.038 minutes )                                
Writing Decimal Digits:
Time:    1.779 seconds  ( 0.030 minutes )                                

Start Time: Fri Dec 17 19:10:58 2021
End Time:   Fri Dec 17 19:11:40 2021

Total Computation Time:     37.139 seconds  ( 0.619 minutes )
Start-to-End Wall Time:     42.582 seconds  ( 0.710 minutes )

CPU Utilization:        11225.23 %  +   92.81 % kernel overhead
Multi-core Efficiency:     87.70 %  +    0.73 % kernel overhead

Last Decimal Digits:  Pi
0917027898 3554136437 7123165188 3528593128 0032489094  :  2,499,999,950
9228502005 4677489552 2459688725 5242233502 7255998083  :  2,500,000,000

Spot Check: Good through 2,500,000,000

Version:              0.7.8.9507 (Linux/19-ZN2 ~ Kagari)
Processor(s):         AMD Eng Sample: 100-000000020-02_30/20_N
Topology:             128 threads / 64 cores / 1 socket / 1 NUMA node
Usable Memory:        135,032,893,440 ( 126 GiB)
CPU Base Frequency:   1,996,248,000 Hz

Validation File: Pi - 20211217-191142.txt

mark@mark-7b12:~/y-cruncher$
Total Computation Time: 37.139 seconds ( 0.619 minutes )

Pi is 34 seconds.

Remember, this runs at 2 ghz, not 4 ghz. So its like a 32 core machine. and I assume a parameter of 2.5b is 2.5 billion digits ?
Wow sick score! thanks alot :)
Hope you don't mind me posting your numbers over at the other forum ?

*edit*
That score is actually good for top10 score on the hwbot ranking :cool:
 
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