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Processor GFlops Compilation

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    Danish it isnt the highest flops, its the average of all 5 runs.
     
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    I seem to get higher results with an FSB of 375 than with 333, with the proc in both cases at 3Ghz. Is GFlops dependant on FSB given the same clocks ?
     

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    Please Note that there is a new version of IntelBurnTest, 2.1, this allows you to select the number of threads to use. People with HT on might need to set the number of threads manually to get it to use the HT features.
     
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    The cores on a Q6600 communicate with each other through the FSB, so higher fsb is good.
    Also you're probably getting more bandwidth from the memory, improving the score further. :)
     
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    wow, what a difference 500MHz can make.
     
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    newtekie1,

    Suggestion:

    Record 32-bit or 64-bit
    Record score per Ghz

    Then we can see what cpus are more efficient per clock, and also if the 64bit code path is faster than 32bit
     
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    I'll see what i can score with an even higher fsb
     
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    Sounds good, I've updated the first post to reflect the new format to make entries with. I'll try to go through the original entries this weekend and manually update them with the missing information.
     
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    OP you should put the list in order so we can see what cpu's are getting what time more easily.
     
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    Yeah, if ya did away with the number on the left and just had them sorted by gflops it would be good :)

    The thread's really taken off though, I didn't expect to see this many people so fast
     
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    Table Updated with new entries.

    Click on any of the column headers to sort the table however you want, it is too much work to manually sort the table.
     
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    We need more PII 940/945/955 results I know there are guys running higher clocks than my system can.
     

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