VOGONS


Pentium 66 MHz socket 4 system

Topic actions

Reply 20 of 25, by Ponjiayulady

User metadata
Rank Newbie
Rank
Newbie

Pentium 66Mhz performance test

Attachments

  • p66-1.jpg
    Filename
    p66-1.jpg
    File size
    68.57 KiB
    Views
    113 views
    File comment
    cpumark
    File license
    Public domain
  • p66-2.jpg
    Filename
    p66-2.jpg
    File size
    89.58 KiB
    Views
    113 views
    File comment
    Pi 1M
    File license
    Public domain
  • p66-3.jpg
    Filename
    p66-3.jpg
    File size
    83.49 KiB
    Views
    113 views
    File comment
    sisoft sandra
    File license
    Public domain

Reply 21 of 25, by Ponjiayulady

User metadata
Rank Newbie
Rank
Newbie

Socket 4 Pentium Overdrive original Box

POD133.JPG
Filename
POD133.JPG
File size
1.14 MiB
Views
112 views
File comment
POD 133Mhz Box
File license
CC-BY-4.0

Test

pod133-1.jpg
Filename
pod133-1.jpg
File size
62.57 KiB
Views
112 views
File comment
cpumark
File license
CC-BY-4.0
pod133-2.jpg
Filename
pod133-2.jpg
File size
104.33 KiB
Views
112 views
File comment
Pi 1M
File license
CC-BY-4.0

Reply 22 of 25, by mpe

User metadata
Rank Member
Rank
Member

Thanks for sharing those results. Is your overdrive marked as PODP5V120 or PODP5V133, given there is 120/133 on the box.

Dependency Injection Blog||486DX-50 EISA|NexGen Nx586

Reply 23 of 25, by foil_fresh

User metadata
Rank Member
Rank
Member

regarding the fdiv bug. does it prevent anything "normal" from happening? cause any instability? if so, why use it?

K6-2+ 550 / Riva 128 / HOT591-p / AWE64 / YMF744 || P3 866@950 MHz / SY-7VBA / Voodoo 3000 / Turtle Beach Montego
Athlon XP 2200+ / SL-75FRN2-L / Radeon 9600 XT / Audigy Platinum eX / Aureal 2 || P4 3.2GHz / RIP MOBO / Geforce 6800 GT / Audigy

Reply 25 of 25, by mpe

User metadata
Rank Member
Rank
Member
foil_fresh wrote on 2020-03-25, 01:36:

regarding the fdiv bug. does it prevent anything "normal" from happening? cause any instability? if so, why use it?

The FPU is less accurate. You get wrong results when you divide certain numbers. Won't affect stability, but it has historical significance - a sort of curiosity.

Intel ran expensive chip replacement program and most chip got replaced and scrapped. That's why those original chips with FDIV bug are way less common.

Dependency Injection Blog||486DX-50 EISA|NexGen Nx586