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Sorry I took so long. When I get home from work, I often don't feel like doing much of anything except watch an episode of DS9 and relax. :)

For anyone who wants it, here's an x86 locked version. It also reports how the individual threads behave.

Edit:
Looks like I'm a little late to the party on this one. Someone use Corflags?
 

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Anybody else just get this error message when they try to open it?
 

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Does anyone actually know what this application is working with? Is it using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division? Is it operating on floating-point decimals or integers? Are they 64-bit or 32-bit operations? Does it only support up to 4 cores?
it probably does as many cores as you have. the highest i have seen is 8 cores so far.
 
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Benchmark Scores Real man crunch for TPU! :)
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Sorry I took so long. When I get home from work, I often don't feel like doing much of anything except watch an episode of DS9 and relax. :)

For anyone who wants it, here's an x86 locked version. It also reports how the individual threads behave.

Edit:
Looks like I'm a little late to the party on this one. Someone use Corflags?
Guilty.
 

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Benchmark Scores Faster than the tortoise; slower than the hare.

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Benchmark Scores Faster than the tortoise; slower than the hare.
5130 is a dual-core. It shows 4 threads since there might be two of those installed. Updating scores...
Ah, 5310/5130. Oops. Someone is gonna slap me...


I ran it on my comps (x64 and x86) I attached the results...

Server is 2 x Xeon 5310 @ 1.6 GHz w/ 8 GB RAM
BY-2005 is Opteron 180 @ 2.4 GHz w/ 3 GB RAM

Neither are overclocked...

x86 scored consistently better than x64 dispite being on AMD64 (XP x64) and EM64T (Server 2003 x64).
 

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Updated scores. Good to see Dan having company in the multi-socket chart.

Server is 2 x Xeon 5310 @ 1.6 GHz w/ 8 GB RAM
Say, is that a L5310, the same chips Dan is using?
 

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Say, is that a L5310, the same chips Dan is using?
The "L" version is low power. Mine definitely aren't. They'll run at 80+C if you let em. XD

I'm writing a "CrawlerBench" application by the way. It will be capable of running no fewer than 16 different benchmarks.
 
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Wait a sec does that mean my score comes in at second spot for the single core scores? :D
 

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Three run average:

7696 ms
17033 KCU/s
 
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Updated scores. Good to see Dan having company in the multi-socket chart.
Yar, my new job is in the Server group at my company. I do Build and Deploy, with a bit of R&D and prototyping. At the moment, I'm working on a Boot from SAN setup with failover capabilities. The last group couldn't get it working right, so they gave it to me to handle on my own. It's fun so far. lol

I was going to post an SS of the Server that is currently booting off the storage drives, but the scores were marginal differences. Maybe when I get some different hardware to play with I'll come back. :rockout:
 

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Here's my Athlon 64 X2 5600+ Brisbane at stock speeds:
 

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Mine top at around 65C with fans on lowest. Then again mine don't run at stock speeds.
Mine are at stock and with the fans running at "full throttle" (~3000 RPM), it scratches at 60C under full, 8-core load. At the lowest speed, the processors run at 80-84C. When it gets close to 85C you can hear the fan RPMs skyrocket to 6000 RPM to bring it back down a bit. Mine run hot, real hot (80w TDP vs 50w TDP). :(
 

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