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  1. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    Just got super pi and decided to run it at the CPU/MEM stock speeds

    Edit: can't upload image

    the time for the 16K was of 00.279s
    and for the 32K was of 00.718s

    Is this a good result for a AMD 3000+ at 1800mhz?
     
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    One thing to note about "Std." version of SuperPI:

    It's a SINGLE-THREADED program, & will NOT fully extoll the abilities/virtues present/inherent in DualCore/SMP/HyperThreaded CPU bearing systems!

    (Keep this in mind)

    IIRC, there IS a way to "rig" the std. model to fully exploit the virtues of SuperPi std. build, but I cannot recall the specifics needed though... sorry on that account/note!

    Could I think of a "rig job"? Sure - when you start 1 instance of it?? Using taskmgr.exe to set its affinity to a particular CPU core prior to starting the test will do it... you would run 2 instances of the single thread model of it this way, 1 to each core...

    :)

    * There IS a version that IS "multi-threaded" designed, & thus, inherently SMP/DualCore ready & capable coded, but, on a single CPU machine?

    ALSO, do keep THIS point in mind as well:

    Technically, single threaded code RUNS FASTER, & has less overheads in the process scheduler than multithreaded code would, on a SINGLE cpu system (single core that is). The single threaded model will be the "Best/Better" performer on a single core system!

    (InfraRed I am fairly certain, has D/L links for that model... name of file is: SuperPi 2004 (download filename = sp2004exe_20060405.cab) iirc! Double-Check w/ InfraRed)

    APK
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    i used the one on the TPU download section, i have a single core cpu, so i think it works fine, what i want is to compare times on AMD cpu's, but thanks for the advice
     
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    50s stock 41s w/ oc -1m
    .343s stock .282s w/ oc -16k
    .718s stock .594s w/ oc -32k

    for a64 3000+ (s754)
    2ghz stock ram timings 2.5-2-2-6 1T ddr2100 266mhz
    2.44ghz oc ram timings 2.5-2-2-6 1T ddr2100 326.6mhz
     
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    my amd 3000+ @ 2.6 ghz is 35 sec for 1M, not sure what it is stock
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    heres my pi score-

    [​IMG]
     
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    P4 640 @ 4.88ghz = 27.000 superpi :D

    memory 1:1, 650mhz 4-4-4-9

    I can do better still when i get some better memory. My target is 26s

    [​IMG]
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    for 1m at stock speeds it took 52.9
    Pretty good times Infrared, how much did it do at 5.0?
     
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    5ghz isn't stable :(
     
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    with an overclock it does 35,4 s in 1M, a 17 seconds increase
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    Nice overclock and nice CPU, i want one too :(
    It's yours?
     
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    lol, i just find it funny a low end conroe just beat the crap out of everyones scores :p (yes i realize it is overclocked but still!)
     
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    Well, single-threaded or not (DualCore user here) I gave it a go, w/ diff. builds too

    I took this test, single-threaded code or not (see my first post in regards to my thoughts on that), & used the "stock/oem" model 1.4, & ones also geared to speed up its calculations via the SSE2 &/or SSE3 instruction sets for floating point calculations.

    Here are my results:

    Super-Pi 1.4 stock/oem model:

    [​IMG]

    Super-Pi 1.4 SSE2 enhanced model:

    [​IMG]

    Super-Pi 1.4 SSE3 enhanced model:

    [​IMG]

    :)

    * Oddly, though the SSE2 &/or SSE3 enhanced models in theory OUGHT TO HELP imo, more than they did?

    Well - I don't see radical increases, yes some (small) but nothing "mind-blowing" either, about 1.1 seconds diff.!

    APK

    P.S.=> I kept it @ the 1M calculations mark/19 iterations... & MAN!

    You guys have some FAST machines boy... whew! apk
     
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    well you all still beat my crummy best of 41s though i am going to try super pi at 2.5ghz :)
     
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    see below
     
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    What cooling are you using on your 3000?
     
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    is it safe to go to 1.7 volts on the 3000+??? :wtf:
     
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    if you have proper cooling you can go higher than 1.7
     
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    i thought it was rule of thumb that over 1.6 starts to reduce ur cpu's life
     
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    Watercooling like this(only pump is different), Idle temp 26-28c and 100% cpu usage 36-40c (after over 9 hour divx packing temp was 42c)

    over 10 months it has been 1,7v 24/7 without problems ;)
     
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    well i still have a stock amd hsf run at a little over 1.7v and the highest temp i have seen was 55C so you should be plenty safe at 1.7v just dont try what i got witha stock hsf you will toast your s939
     
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    heres mine at 38s at 1m
     

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