- Jul 14, 2006
- 2,080 (0.42/day)
|System Name||It's just a computer|
|Motherboard||eVGA Z390 Dark|
|Cooling||D5, PA140.3, HK IV Pro Nickel|
|Video Card(s)||eVGA RTX2080 FTW3 Ultra|
|Storage||Samsung 960 EVO M.2|
|Case||Thermaltake Xaser VI|
|Audio Device(s)||Auzentech X-Meridian 7.1 2G/Z-5500|
|Power Supply||Corsair AX1200|
|Software||Win7 Ultimate x64 SP1|
I got 28 seconds, 30 ms for 80K on the previous version.It's going to take a very very long time to complete with 360.000 decimals. It will complete at one time, just leave the benchmark running. It's exponential complexity. For 10k decimals its takes in 0 sec, 800ms, for 20k decimals 2 sec 900ms... and for 80k decimals 54 sec. CPU: i5 3330 @ 3Ghz, 4 cores.
What would you estimate my time should be for 360K on the new version?
I let it run for approximately 10 minutes with no result.
I feel rather sheepish, I should let it run a few more seconds rather than being impatient: