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    Post Your "Super PI" benchmarks

    I've never seen this benchmark here at Sysopt. It is a benchmark that measures CPU peformance almost exclusively; but also has some dependency on memory timing configuration as faster memory settings will effect overall speed. It is quite popular in the pacific rim and in Europe

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    Score: 1M = 01min 19 sec

    Down load here: http://www.benchmarkhq.ru/b_e.html
    Last edited by wallie_x; 03-24-2002 at 12:53 AM.

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    When I do it, it asked me how many bits to calculate. Is this the test you are speaking of and if so how many bits are you calculating?
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    Originally posted by rlemieux
    When I do it, it asked me how many bits to calculate. Is this the test you are speaking of and if so how many bits are you calculating?
    The screen will have different Scales of numbers desending form Kilo bytes of information millions of bytes. On the top left corner you will see a drop file: "Calculate" click on it and hit the arrow until it drops to "1M' choose that one and don't touch the mouse or keyboard while its performing the benchmark

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    1min 16sec, I think I did it right
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    Thats a pretty impressive score. Your machines configuration please.

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    oh sorry, my signature didnt show up

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    Your score shows the obvious improvements of the P4 Northwood. The Athlon XP's used to smoke the P4 Willamette’s in this benchmark since it is heavily dependent on CPU instructions per clock cycle. Adding more cache to the P4's shows a definite improvement in its overall performance. If enough people respond you will see a big difference in outcomes since CPU architecture has moved at quantum speed.

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    1M 44S

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    Man thats a big number in the text file innit

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    It took my computer 3 minutes and 37 seconds to crunch 1M. Only tried one run so hopefully, I'm in the ballpark when it comes to Durons.

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    Ah yes finally a benchmark that my 'ultimate ****' machine here at work can run.

    17 min 2 seconds

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    Wow howd you sit though all of that!
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    OMG


    Well I guess he went out to the store for awhile and came back.

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    Originally posted by rlemieux
    Wow howd you sit though all of that!
    Smoke break, of course!


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