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Processor GFlops Compilation

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by newtekie1, May 19, 2009.

  1. Naekuh

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    he's not linx stable tho... look it errors each time.

    Dom its a great overclock, but a bad overclock. Your results are error and that means your cpu has failed stability.
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    hey guys joined the forum for this post...couldnt find anything like this anywhere else.
    Here's my rig:
    Alienware Aurora (dont know me please i got it as a free upgrade to an older system that i got for dirt cheap)
    i7 975 stock speeds
    1066mhz ddr3
    Alienware X58 board
    5870 crossfire

    My scores under 8 thread and maximum stress level i get around 45.1 gflops.
    Is this normal for stock speeds? turbo mode bumping it up to 3.4
    Thanks!!
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    Welcome to TPU, shhhpark. :toast:

    If you have a moment, go to the UserCP and put in your system specs. Makes like a lot easier for you and anyone trying to help you.
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    so is it true that xbox 360 has a more powerfull cpu than a modern quad core???
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    No, by a long shot. It is a tri-core with SMT (6 threads at once). A Core i7 with hyperthreading enabled (8 threads) would have no trouble shaming it.
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    but these numbers seem to be bigger then a 4 ghz nehalem and xenon runs at 3.2ghz :confused:

    96.0 GFLOPS theoretical peak performance (single-precision)
    57.6 GFLOPS theoretical peak performance (double-precision)
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    ok specs posted any word on my stock gflop score?
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    im seeing from reading pasts posts that memory speed is important in this score? Time to upgrade to 1600mhz ram right?
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    The CPU in Xbox 360 was designed for high FLOP performance. It gets slaughtered in integer performance.

    Intel Core i7 980X = 102 GFLOP (double-precision)
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    Not to mention Theoretical Peak Performance isn't what is being tested here. People only use theorectical when they know it isn't true.
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    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    Heh, true. XD

    Just like "dynamic power" on speakers or peak throughput on LinPACK. Only sustained matters.
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    Here is my submission...so weird last night ran the same test and was getting scores in the 30s-up to 45 is something wrong with my cpu?

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    well heres mine @ stock cpu tried one at 3333MHz but on the 5th run it shit it's dacks rebooted my pc :eek:

    Athlonite | AMD | Athlonx2 7750BE (kuma B3)@ 2700MHz | 52.1325secs 17.146575Gflops | x64 bit
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    Hockster | Intel | i7 860@3684 | 43.5343 | 11.8171 64 bit, 8 threads

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    [-erick-] | Intel | i7 920 4.2ghz | 54.03576 GF | 12.865 | 32bit | 4cores

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    are my numbers correct?
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    thats some serious Gflops !

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