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New Aida 64 extreme GPGPU test measures gflops of both your cpu and gpu. Measurement is done in gflops, half precision means 16 bit, single precision means 32 bit, and double precision means 64 bit. When you increase precision, it basically means some kind of middle is being found through arithmetics. Upcoming quantum pc's will be like 128 bit precision. It is very hard to write viruses for 64 bit, and quantum bit will be very secure. I assume we will ditch 32 bit once 128 bit or quantum OS's are around.

So, please post your double precision figures.

You can download Aida64 extreme at this link : https://www.aida64.com/downloads
And you can find it's gpgpu test under tools tab.

This is my score:

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GPU:

GTX Titan Black = 2007 GFLOPS
RX Vega = 908 GFLOPS
GTX 1080ti x2 (SLI) = 839 GFLOPS, 856 GFLOPS
RTX 2080ti = 511 GFLOPS, 570 GFLOPS, 527 GFLOPS
GTX 1080ti = 453 GFLOPS, 413 GFLOPS, 451 GFLOPS
RX 590 = 447 GFLOPS
RX 580 = 406 GFLOPS
RX 480 = 370 GFLOPS, 389 GFLOPS
GTX 1080 = 331 GFLOPS, 325 GFLOPS
GTX 1070 = 247 GFLOPS, 224 GFLOPS, 225 GFLOPS
GTX 1060 6 GB = 156 GFLOPS, 153 GFLOPS
GTX 760ti = 119 GFLOPS
GTX 460 = 87 GFLOPS
HD 610 = 50 GFLOPS, 48 GFLOPS
HD 8670D = 40 GFLOPS
GTX 750 = 37 GFLOPS


CPU:

i9 7940X = 1739 GFLOPS
i9 7920X = 1108 GFLOPS
Ryzen 2990WX = 1078 GFLOPS
i9 7900X = 1055 GFLOPS
i7 6950X = 638 GFLOPS
i9 9900K = 562 GFLOPS
Ryzen 1950X = 502 GFLOPS
i7 8700K = 440 GFLOPS
Xeon E5 1680 v2 = 273 GFLOPS
Ryzen 7 2700 = 262 GFLOPS
i7 6700K = 256 GFLOPS
Ryzen 7 1700X = 255 GFLOPS
i7 6700 = 236 GFLOPS
Ryzen 5 2600X = 196 GFLOPS, 198 GFLOPS
i7 2600K = 137 GFLOPS
i7 980X = 106 GFLOPS
Xeon E5645 = 99 GFLOPS
Xeon X5675 = 80 GFLOPS
A10 6700 = 66 GFLOPS
Xeon X3470 = 51 GFLOPS
Pentium G4650 = 28 GFLOPS
E8400 = 24 GFLOPS
Celeron (kaby lake) = 23 GFLOPS
i5 520M = 21 GFLOPS
 
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I wish good luck to anyone that tries to beat my DP GPU score :D
@Gorstak DP performance vs. SP/HP perf. depends on architecture and drivers.
Also, Quantum Computers won't have "bits of precision".
They are array of qubits and 128 of them isn't even close of what guys working on them want.
 
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I wrote "LIKE 128 bit" meaning apps will be slow as hell
 
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Assuming quantum computers will even have anything like "apps"...
PS. Better add "OC" near my numbers (those are NOT stock values, CPU is at 4,3GHz).
 
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quantum word sounds nice and romantic, but in reality, it wont be...
 
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Never ran this before...interesting!
@agent_x007 that GPU score is impressive!

 
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Memory Read and Write is benching the PCIe x16 3.0 interface but Memory Copy is the onboard memory to the GPU.

I'm faster at SHA-1 than a Core i9-7940X/7920X?
 
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@sneekypeet OG Titan (which Black version is based on), was basicly made for this.
In short, the only other single GPU cards that can beat my score are :
Quadro GP100, Quadro GV100, Titan V... VERY much OC'ed Titan OG and Teslas based on GP100/GV100 cores :D
FP64 1:2 FTW ;)
 
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1950X OC to 3.95G
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I wish good luck to anyone that tries to beat my DP GPU score :D
@Gorstak DP performance vs. SP/HP perf. depends on architecture and drivers.
Also, Quantum Computers won't have "bits of precision".
They are array of qubits and 128 of them isn't even close of what guys working on them want.
I'm coming for your DP GPU score :p
 

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I really really wish these threads were organized and not just a massive thread of results.....
OP has a list, what do you want?
 
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Reading glasses.

Also... are we not allowed to submit if there is already a result up?

What about listing clock speeds for CPU and GPU so it's a more useful reference.


Feels like a rorschach test... lol. Make your own meaning. :p
 

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Reading glasses.

Also... are we not allowed to submit if there is already a result up?
Multiple 1080ti scores in the list, so I assume multiples of anything are welcomed. Some sort of designation would help, but not sure how clean it would be with the current list format.

@Gorstak maybe try this....

GPU:

GTX Titan Black = 2007 GFLOPS agent_x007
GTX 1080ti x2 (SLI) = 839 GFLOPS sneekypeet
RTX 2080ti = 511 GFLOPS Punx223
GTX 1080ti = 453 GFLOPS, Tomgang
GTX 1080ti = 413 GFLOPS Punx223
RX 480 = 370 GFLOPS XXX
GTX 1080 = 331 GFLOPS XXX
GTX 1060 6 GB = 156 GFLOPS XXX
HD 610 = 50 GFLOPS XXX

This way it helps to find said members results, and is a cleaner way to deal with multiple entries.
 
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It will become very crowded if multiple users have same cpu/gpu
 

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So it will be a list of the fastest results for each cpu and gpu?
He has two scores for the 1080ti GPU results and 2600 CPU results, just following each other.
 

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It appears that this is a test that the 2990WX is not the best at. I assume it is not using all of the cores.

 
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