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New World Record: SuperPI

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by manson_ze, Mar 24, 2007.

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    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! that's really really fast, top score here at TPU is 10.906 sec, but that's without nitrogen, im pretty sure at least.
     
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    that is crazy!!!! i was happy when i got it down to 35 sec!!! from 42 :D
     
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    hahaha, unfortuantly super pi only uses one core :( you could have the world record for like 16 super pi's at once
     
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    Does that mean a Dual Core and a Quad core give the same SuperPi scores (same RAM, mainboard and clockspeed)?
     
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    well, as long as you're not running anything else that is processor intensive, now if you were playing some songs, running a virus scan, putting in some folding@home work, then you'd see a difference between quad core and dual core. the difference between dual core and single core is probably more noticable, because with single core, the operating system's processes have to use the same core, while with a dual core cpu, it can use the other core.
     
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    They ran it on my mobo *drool*
     
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    haha you going to try and go for it one day?
     
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