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  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    So what does everyone on these forums score with superpi to 1m figures and 19 iterations? I get dead on 40s with my overclocked 3000+ and the new Conroes can get under 13s I think. Post them below, it would be interesting to see because not that many people bother to find out.
     
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    Why Jimmy2004, you're posting alot of new threads recently :p. Anyways...I got about 35 seconds for a 1m digit run. See specs to the left. I'll have to run it again, though I doubt SATA and NTFS will make any difference lol.
     
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    51.831 seconds for the system in the System Specs drop-down menu. Slow...
     
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    49.844 seconds on stock Pentium D 820, and 43.5 seconds with Intel Pentium D 820 overclocked to 3.2GHz. I wish my AMD would arrive here now...2-3 days seems so long...
     
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    i did 38 seconds with my system under system specs.
     
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    Wow, my Pentium D 820 is getting owned by (almost) every processor here!
     
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    Thats strange.... then again i guess superpi is very much a single core program :p Also remember to turn off any virus scanners and all that before you run it. Norton actually bumps me up about 1sec on super pi when its running !
     
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    i got 41sec in the 1m with specs in sig
     
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    oh, it was on. I'ma run it again. But I guess SuperPI is a better for single cores. So basically, I'm getting the same scores as a 2.8GHz Pentium 4 then.
     
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    Just ran it for fun...I think that SATA is now nothing more then a load of junk. My 3Dmark05 score went down by about 100 points from before format, and superpi takes 2 more seconds to run then usual. Small things, but...in my opinion, SATA is not worth it. My IDE drive worked fine, and I had special sleeved ribbon cables. So guys, the next time you go for a hard drive...go with IDE :D.
     
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    29 seconds.
     
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    3.0Ghz northwood 57.016 sec first run, 56.640 with no programs running, 56.562 with only 20 processes and priority at realtime.
    34c the whole time.
     
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    I stopped all but five windows services, ran super pi in realtime and even ended the explorer.exe process... and still only managed 40s!
     
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    oced to 2.7 i get 31.895 sec with the specs in sys specs
     
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    From when I built the PC back in December...
    [​IMG].
     
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    Ehh, about 32s, not that great, havent put that much time into really getting low times.

    [​IMG]
     
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    44.454 for my overclocked P4 Northwood. Around 52 seconds at stock speeds.
     
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    You Can Upload Photos Of Your Results Guys!

    First, see subject-line/title (might as well put up the proofs etc., because this forums has that neat upload image feature):

    [​IMG]

    I never ran this before, but those are my results!

    :)

    * What I gathered upon cursory inspection, is it took my system 36 seconds to pull that test off...

    APK

    P.S.=>
    AMD cpu's show the SAME basic type of results vs. Intel cpu's on SETI@Home's built-in benchmark...

    Maybe not the BEST comparison, but still, you could compare my results on my Intel rig & AMD rig here:

    http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/hosts_user.php?userid=8294882&show_all=1&sort=rpc_time

    APK AMD 4800+ SETI benchmark results

    Measured floating point speed 4226.67 million ops/sec
    Measured integer speed 13743.99 million ops/sec

    APK Intel P4 3.2ghz SETI benchmark results

    Measured floating point speed 2087.77 million ops/sec
    Measured integer speed 2315.65 million ops/sec

    & see how superior AMD cpu's are in the floating-point operations area - this even helps games & is certainly evidenced by AMD's performance in THAT arena as of late/past few years now.

    * IMPORTANT TO NOTE - Oddly though, even though the data is more fpop centric & amd rules there? Intel CPU's do better on SETI imo - the client wares are optimized better for Intel!

    It's a single-threaded app... Systems like yours & mine (assuming yours is dual core (or anyone w/ a dual core/smp cpu)) won't show what they can REALLY do here testing w/ this app, I agree.

    Still - imo, it's a good test of the ALU's Floating Point power (@ least on 1 of the dual cores possible on these types of CPU's)!

    See, & DO correct me here if I am wrong "hardware-centric" folks (Because, I am not 110% sure of AMD cpu internals architecture here):

    I assume there are dual Fpop Units & dual ALU (arithmetic logic unit(s)), & this would only be using 1 of 2 possible in these beasts (assuming that they are indeed FULL cpu's in the dual core architecture of your choice Intel vs AMD, & that there is not a single "shared" unit between cores for this function, which imo, a Hyper-Threaded CPU would use/do for instance)! apk
     
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    32.250 seconds with overclocking to 2.6GHz, 38.422 seconds with stock
     
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    You can also type them!

    ...but if you want proof I can post it.
     
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    It'd be cool to see the actual result

    True, but a picture says 1,000 words!

    Sure, that'd be neat, especially since it is very simple to do (in fact, that's one of the nicest featuresets of this forums imo)!

    * I don't put a ton of stock into this analysis tool though, not on SMP/Dual or more core chips, because it's single-threaded code & doesn't exploit the power of more than 1 cpu on those types of rigs (including my own in that number of course).

    APK
     
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    I'll post it when I can download the Super Pi Mod 1.5 thing, I'm just using Super Pi at the moment which isn't as accurate, but the download server wasn't working earlier.
     
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    http://www.xtremesystems.com/pi/

    :)

    APK
     

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