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The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby maddmaxstar » 2012-1-23 @ 00:06

As a spinoff of my K6-2+ 500 thread, on the suggestion of Tetrium, creating here a seperate thread for everyone from far and wide to post their Retro system's SuperPi results.

There is a copy (Freeware) of SuperPi 1.1 (Modded for decimals) attached to this post that will run on Win9x operating systems all the way to XP. Works on 7 too, but this versions not for multicore CPUs. As SuperPi relies on the x86 instruction set, it should theoretically run on 486 machines as well, but haven't tried this yet.

Test Guidelines:
All tests run at 1M, a setting appropriate for Pentium/II/III class CPUs, as anything bigger would take too long, yet is big enough to show comparitive performance. (If you use anything other than 1M, please document it.)

Also document any additional system specs, Motherboard Chipset, L2 Cache (if on motherboard), RAM quantity and type, OS. Also document FSB and multiplyer settings if running out of spec (ie: a K6 300, running at 3x 100MHz FSB instead of 4.5x 66MHz)

So far I've run a few tests, as follows:
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System: FIC VA-503+ VIA MVP3+1MB L2/256mb PC100/Win98se
AMD K6 300MHz (3x100) = 10m 9.360s
AMD K6-2 300MHz = 10m 29.702s
AMD K6-2 350MHz = 9m 47.740s
AMD K6-2 400MHz = 9m 07.807s
AMD K6-2 450MHz = 8m 54.413s
AMD K6-2 500MHz = 8m 26.852s
AMD K6-2+ 500MHz = 6m 20.973s

System: FIC SD11 AMD751+VIA686A/512mb PC100/WinXP
AMD Athlon 550MHz = 4m 13.074s
AMD Athlon 700MHz = 3m 38.915s

System: AOpen M3XW Pro-V i810+Voodoo3 2000PCI/512mb PC133/WinXP
Intel Celeron 466MHz (Mendocino 7x66) = 5m 03.346s
Intel Celeron 800MHz (Coppermine 8x100) = 3m 29.461s
Intel Pentium III 650MHz (Coppermine 6.5x100) = 3m 25.365s

System: IBM Thinkpad 380XD/96mb EDO/Win98se
Mobile Pentium MMX 233MHz (Tillamook on MMC-1) = 12m 24.011s

System: IBM Thinkpad A20m/128mb PC100/Win98se
Mobile Celeron 500MHz (Coppermine, Skt 495) = 6m 00.120s

System: MSI Skt939 ATi Xpress200+X800GTO/1GB DDR400(1x512+2x256, single channel)/Win7x64
AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (2.2GHz 1MB L2, San Diego) = 45.312s

System: HP G62-365CA(880G)/4GB DDR3-1333/Win7x64
Phenom II X3 E840 (1.9GHz, Caspian core, 3x512mb L2 Cache, No L3) = 41.169s

System: MSI MediaLive Diva (780G+128mb Sideport)/4GB DDR2-667 Dual Chan/Win7x64
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (2.3GHz Brisbane 65nm 2x512k L2) = 39.204s

System: Asus M3A78-EM(780G)/4GB DDR2-800 Dual Chal/WinXP-MCE05
Athlon X2 4850e (2.5GHz Brisbane, 2x512k L2) - 36.219s

System: Asus M5A88-E(880G)/16GB DDR3-1600/Win7x64
Phenom II X6 1090T (3.2GHz+Turbo, Thuban Core, 6x512k L2, 6MB L3) = 21.434s


And these results originally posted by Tetrium in my K62+500 thread:
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System: Pentium III 933Mhz/VC820/256MB RDRAM PC-800/WinME
3m 9.189s

System: Pentium III 1400Mhz/256MB SDRAM PC133(cl3)/i815 chipset/WinME
126.150 seconds (2m 6.150s)
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= Phenom II X6 1090T(HD4850) =
= K7-550(V3-3000) =
= K6-2+ 500(V3-2000) =
= Pentium 75 Gold(Voodoo1) =
= Am486DX4-120(3DXpression+) =
= TI486DLC-40(T8900D) =
= i386sx-16+i387(T8900D) =
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby sgt76 » 2012-1-23 @ 03:41

Great idea this one! SuperPi 1M time 2m 57.883s - PIII Coppermine @ 966mhz (7x 138) / MSI MS-6309 (VIA Apollo Pro 694X)/ 512mb CAS 3 ram/ Win98SE2ME
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby RogueTrip2012 » 2012-1-23 @ 04:49

Checking in...
Win98SE
Pentium 3 1400S (stock pin modded) / Crucial 512MB CL2 / Asus CUSCL-2BP (i815EP non-B-step)

1M test: 1m50.764s
> W98SE . P3 1.4S . 512MB . Q.FX3K . SB Live! . 64GB SSD
>WXP/W8.1 . AMD 960T . 8GB . GTX285 . SB X-Fi . 128GB SSD
> Win X . i7 4790k . 24GB . GTX970 . SB-Zx . 256GB SSD
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby maddmaxstar » 2012-1-23 @ 07:08

Awesome! Keep'em coming! I just updated my top post with more results, including results from my PIII-class chips as well as my Athlon64 3700+. I was actually surprised to see that the PIII 650 was quicker than a Celeron 800 (a result that was the same in 3DMark01 as well). Must be the extra Cache, plus I think the PIII's Cache technology is more advanced (IE: 16 way vs 4 way). Not sure.
= Phenom II X6 1090T(HD4850) =
= K7-550(V3-3000) =
= K6-2+ 500(V3-2000) =
= Pentium 75 Gold(Voodoo1) =
= Am486DX4-120(3DXpression+) =
= TI486DLC-40(T8900D) =
= i386sx-16+i387(T8900D) =
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Chewhacca » 2012-1-23 @ 07:41

I should do this, I've got a stack of slot1 chips of varying speeds as well as several celerons with slocket adapters.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Tetrium » 2012-1-23 @ 12:01

My OS was Windows ME btw. I'll go run some more benchmarks :)

Edit:
maddmaxstar wrote:I was actually surprised to see that the PIII 650 was quicker than a Celeron 800 (a result that was the same in 3DMark01 as well). Must be the extra Cache, plus I think the PIII's Cache technology is more advanced (IE: 16 way vs 4 way). Not sure.

I noticed this exact same thing. The Celerons always were roughly 70% of the speed of it's bigger Pentium 3 brother.


Edit: Vogoners results so far:

Core2Duo E8500 @ 3.8GHZ (400FSB) - 12.476s
Core i7-2720QM 2.2Ghz - 12.854s
X4 960T 4.4GHz - 16.286s
Phenom II X6 1090T (3.2GHz+Turbo, Thuban Core, 6x512k L2, 6MB L3) = 21.434s
Core i3 M330 2.13GHz - 21.513s
PhenomII 3.2Ghz - 21.699s
X4 960T 3.0GHz - 23.353s
Athlon X2 4850e (2.5GHz Brisbane, 2x512k L2) - 36.219s
Athlon 64 3000+ (Venice E6) @ 2.5ghz - 37.172s
Prescott 3.0E @ 3.6Ghz - 38.750s
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (2.3GHz Brisbane 65nm 2x512k L2) = 39.204s
P4 3.2C @ 3.6GHz (northwood) - 41.125s
Phenom II X3 E840 (1.9GHz, Caspian core, 3x512mb L2 Cache) = 41.169s
Athlon 64 3200+ 2.2Ghz - 42.594s
Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2Ghz - 43.906s
Athlon 64 3200+ 2.2Ghz - 45.015s
Prescott 3.0E@3ghz - 45.094s
AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (2.2GHz 1MB L2, San Diego) = 45.312s
P4 Northwood HT 3.2Ghz - 46.734s
P4 Northwood HT 3.2GHz - 48.984s
Northwood 2.8B @ 3.15ghz - 55.57s
Athlon XP 3200+ (2.2Ghz) - 57.406s
Sempron 2600+ (1.83Ghz 333fsb) - 1m 05.438s
XP 2000+ (1.67Ghz Palomino 133fsb) - 1m 23.850s
Pentium 3 1400S - 1m50.764s
Athlon Thunderbird 1400C - 2m 0.766s
Pentium III 1400Mhz - 2m 6.150s
PIII Coppermine @ 966mhz - 2m 57.883s
Coppermine 1000 - 2m 58.616s
Mobile Pentium 3 650 (Win2000 SP4) - 3m 02.853s
Pentium III 933Mhz - 3m 9.189s
P3 800 Slot 1 - 03m 13.706s
Pentium 3 650MHz - 3m 7.930s
Intel Celeron 800MHz - 3m 29.461s
AMD Athlon 700MHz - 3m 38.915s
Mobile Celeron 500MHz (Win2000 SP4) - 4m 6.975s
Intel Celeron 800 - 4m 07.752s
AMD Athlon 550MHz - 4m 13.074s
Intel Celeron 466MHz - 5m 03.346s
Mobile Celeron 500MHz (Coppermine, Skt 495) = 6m 00.120s
k6/3 450 - 6m 18.131s
Celeron 366MHz - 6m 38.563s
Celeron 333MHz - 6m 57.971s
Pentium 2 266MHz - 7m 26.852s
AMD K6-2 @495mhz - 8m 7.024s
Celeron 266MHz - 9m 14.117
Cyrix MII 300Mhz - 11m 23.560s
Mobile Pentium MMX 233MHz (Tillamook on MMC-1) - 12m 24.011s
AMD K6-233 - 12m 42.204s
Pentium 133mhz - 16m 23.153s
Intel Pentium 75MHz - 45m 27.274s
AMD Enhanced Am486DX4 120MHz - 50m 31.356s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Tetrium » 2012-1-23 @ 13:40

Some more results!
Unfortunately my K6-III/400 rig refused to load Windows for some reason so no results from that rig.
These are all 1M results from the same SuperPi

PhenomII 3.2Ghz DDR3-1333(cl high as I went cheap lol) Windows 7!
21.699s

P4 Northwood-800 3.2Ghz 1.25GB DDR-320 Dual Channel (yes...it's weird :P) 865-something chipset
46.734s

Sempron 2600+ (1.83Ghz 333fsb) 1GB DDR-333(cl2.5?) WinXP KT-600 chipset
1m 05.438s

XP 2000+ (1.67Ghz Palomino 133fsb) 1GB PC-133 SDRAM(cl3) WinXP KT-133A chipset
1m 23.850s

Coppermine 1000 PC-133 256MB SDRAM(cl3) WinME i815 chipset
2m 58.616s

Celeron-800 256MB PC-100 SDRAM(cl2) WinME BX chipset (s370)
4m 07.752s


The good news is, this SuperPi seems to run on anything from 98SE all the way to Windows 7 (not taking into account Vista)

And yes sgt76, you read right. I actually got meself a netburst rig now! :P
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby sgt76 » 2012-1-23 @ 13:51

Tetrium wrote:And yes sgt76, you read right. I actually got meself a netburst rig now! :P


:lol: Haha... I actually did do a double take when I read your post!! Welcome to the club!

More SuperPi 1M results:

AMD K6-2 @495mhz (110x4.5) / GA-5AX (Aladdin V)/ 128mb CAS2/ Win98SE - 8m 7.024s
PIII Coppermine @ 966mhz (7x 138) / MSI MS-6309 (VIA Apollo Pro 694X)/ 512mb CAS 3 ram/ Win98SE2ME- 2m 57.883s
Northwood 2.8B @ 3.15ghz/ Asus P4SE-U2 (SiS 645L)/ 756mb DDR300/ Win XP SP2- 55.57s
Prescott 3.0E@3ghz/ DFI 865PE/ 2gb DDR400/ Win XP SP3- 45.094s and cranked up to 3.6Ghz - 38.750s :

-edited- adding results as I test my systems
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Markk » 2012-1-23 @ 13:58

I've just tested my laptop.

Lenovo G560
Core i3 M330 @ 2.13GHz, 4GB DDR3 PC3-8500 dual channel, Intel HM55 chipset, Windows 7 64bit
256k 04.477s
1M 21.513s
2M 47.767s
4M 1m 52.040s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby MrKsoft » 2012-1-23 @ 15:11

Just for kicks I tested my laptop (MacBook Pro Early 2011: Core i7-2720QM 2.2Ghz, 8GB DDR3, Win7 BootCamp). 12.854s. :P Going to try my other two machines, a P133 and an Athlon 64 3500+ I have here in a bit.

edit:
HP Pavilion a1130n, MSI MS-7093 motherboard, Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2Ghz, 1.5GB DDR1, XP SP3: 43.906s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby maddmaxstar » 2012-1-23 @ 19:08

Just tested my Laptop. I set CPU Affinity in Task Manager to Core #2 for an added boost.

Phenom II X3 E840 (1.9GHz, Caspian core, 3x512mb L2 Cache, No L3) = 41.169s
HP G62-365CA, 880G Chipset, 4GB DDR3-1066, Win7x64

EDIT: Also my Media Centre (Again set affinity to Core #2):

System: Asus M3A78-EM(780G)/4GB DDR2-800/WinXP-MCE05
Athlon X2 4850e (2.5GHz Brisbane, 2x512k L2) - 36.219s

My Main system as well:
System: Asus M5A88-E(880G)/16GB DDR3-1600/Win7x64
Phenom II X6 1090T (3.2GHz+Turbo, Thuban Core, 6x512k L2, 6MB L3) = 21.434s
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= K6-2+ 500(V3-2000) =
= Pentium 75 Gold(Voodoo1) =
= Am486DX4-120(3DXpression+) =
= TI486DLC-40(T8900D) =
= i386sx-16+i387(T8900D) =
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby jwt27 » 2012-1-23 @ 19:33

My currently working systems:

P4 Northwood HT 3.2GHz, 2GB DDR PC3200 single channel, chipset 865PE, WinXP: 48.984s
P2 Deschutes 350MHz, 256MB PC-100 ECC/reg, chipset 440BX, Win2K: 5m 29.354s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby elianda » 2012-1-23 @ 20:35

Sorry, not enough memory for 1M, but also a result

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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Tetrium » 2012-1-23 @ 20:48

elianda wrote:Sorry, not enough memory for 1M, but also a result

Could you try out weather the version with the decimals works in Windows 3?
It would be awesome if it worked!
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby maddmaxstar » 2012-1-23 @ 20:55

Hah! Awesome! What version of SuperPi is needed for Win3.x?, I'll try it on my slower machines!
= Phenom II X6 1090T(HD4850) =
= K7-550(V3-3000) =
= K6-2+ 500(V3-2000) =
= Pentium 75 Gold(Voodoo1) =
= Am486DX4-120(3DXpression+) =
= TI486DLC-40(T8900D) =
= i386sx-16+i387(T8900D) =
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby ratfink » 2012-1-23 @ 20:59

k6/3 450, ga5ax, 256mb pc100, win98fe 6m 18.131s [1M]
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Tetrium » 2012-1-23 @ 21:08

ratfink wrote:k6/3 450, ga5ax, 256mb pc100, win98fe 6m 18.131s [1M]

My K6-3 400 ga5ax doesn't work anymore :depressed:

But anyway, couple more results:

Athlon XP 3200+ (2.2Ghz) sA 2GB DDR-400
57.406s

Athlon 64 3200+ s754 1GB DDR-400
45.015s

Athlon 64 3200+ s754 2GB DDR-400
42.594s

Now I want to build me a couple rigs just for SuperPi again lol.
Btw, I don't know why the 2 Athlon 64's have such different results, the CPU's are nearly identical, same fsb etc. I wonder what causes the difference. Maybe it's just the junk I have installed on these rigs lol
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby AdamP » 2012-1-23 @ 21:55

Results from my Intel Core I7-720QM (: (not exactly retro, but what the hell)

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Results form my Intel Pentium II SL2HE 166mhz (on 440bx):

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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby elianda » 2012-1-23 @ 23:04

Tetrium wrote:
elianda wrote:Sorry, not enough memory for 1M, but also a result

Could you try out weather the version with the decimals works in Windows 3?
It would be awesome if it worked!


Well I checked:
Mod 1.5/XS uses kernel functions that got introduced in Win2K.
The version with the decimals requires Win9x. (I guess they patched a bit more, cause just adding decimals to the output can't explain the step from Win 3.x to Win9x requirements)
The original version from Prof. Yasumasa Kanada works however in Win 3.x.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby AdamP » 2012-1-23 @ 23:08

elianda wrote:Mod 1.5/XS uses kernel functions that got introduced in Win2K.


I assume that's why mine crashes?
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