Multi Threaded PI @ LINPACK v6.0
New Download Link
https://www.dropbox.com/s/zqgja04a9i4ihyh/Multi Threaded PI Ultimate.zip...
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Unified benchmark. Multi Core PI @ LINPACK.
Native UI [no more .Net / WPF]. Only Visual C++ / MFC / Win32API.
Multi Core LINPACK Ultimate
Meet Multi Core LINPACK Ultimate!
A multithreaded CPU benchmark that performs numerical linear algebra. It makes use...
The benchmark is using a very complex formula to calculate decimals of PI.
The formula is:
UI Update [logo with alpha channel]
Very nice work sire.
Metro UI style:
Something like that. Just leave the benchmark running...
It's going to take a very very long time to complete with 360.000 decimals. It will complete at one time, just leave the benchmark running. It's...
HERE YOU GO SIRE
You have a slider now, so you can chose the number of decimals for PI. Up to 360.000! For HWBOT submission,...
I uploaded a newer version of the application, that will display the error message. Please try now....
Because we want to be sure that all users are benching with the same settings... Any requests beside decimal slider?
Ultimate Multi Core PI
The graphical user interface has been rewritten in C# and WPF 4.0 [the application needs Net Framework 4.0].
The core of...
The problems is the TV with high end AMD graphics cards. Some entry level GPU's doesn't present this issue. Only high end GPU's. AMD only.
I experience something very interesting with high end graphics cards from AMD Radeon 5xxx series up to 7970, and only with high end...
New download link:
The application is compiled using Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (/arch:SSE2) setting in order to replace FPU instructions with SSE code.
I removed the slider.
Default setting for benchmark is 80.000 decimals. The target is to submit to HWBOT and we have to make sure that all users...
I have implemented encryption for the XML datafile! Now cheaters can't cheat anymore.
Current version is 2.101
Check Multi Core PI...
It is developed using an FX 8350... is optimized, it uses efficiently all the cores [check task manager].
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