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

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

Postby matze79 » 2016-3-05 @ 05:00

AMD 486DX4 100Mhz with 5x86 Core @ ( 4x33) 133Mhz
256Kb L2
64Mb FPM
Lanner Industrials Singleboard SBC.

Linux 2.6.18 (Debian Etch)

SuperPi 2.0:
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby agent_x007 » 2016-4-10 @ 12:38

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"Fast as hell, and hot like Sun" - basic descrition of what this is :)
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Imperious » 2016-6-05 @ 09:50

I'm completely gobsmacked that this cpu and the Ram has scaled as high as they have. I tried 230fsb but got a BSOD during bootup.
Oh and this Motherboard is a P4P800dlx, not a P4P800se. It has a SE bios flashed into it.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby matze79 » 2016-6-05 @ 11:17

Let me beat this Powersucking Monster P4 with less Ghz :D

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MSI Speedster FA44 with Pentium M 1.5Ghz @ 2Ghz (Socket Mod)
2Gb DDR1 400Mhz (DDR2 will give a bit more Speed (Dualchannel))

I'm pretty sure a Pentium M 765 with Vcoremod at 2,1Ghz @ 2.793Ghz will come close to the Presler above.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Imperious » 2016-6-05 @ 12:29

matze79 wrote:Let me beat this Powersucking Monster P4 with less Ghz :D
MSI Speedster FA44 with Pentium M 1.5Ghz @ 2Ghz (Socket Mod)
2Gb DDR1 400Mhz (DDR2 will give a bit more Speed (Dualchannel))
I'm pretty sure a Pentium M 765 with Vcoremod at 2,1Ghz @ 2.793Ghz will come close to the Presler above.


It's not a Presler, or even a Prescott. It's just a standard P4 Northwood that overclocks extremely well. Originally I had a P4 2.6C in this and 3.25Ghz unstable
was as good as it got.
For my next trick (a couple of weeks away) I have a Asus CT-479 Adaptor and can fit a Pentium M like Yours and see how I go with that. From memory I got
around 29 seconds or so. This is part of a benchmarking project I am doing with various AGP cards and this cpu then the Pentium M. Later I'll move over to
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby matze79 » 2016-6-05 @ 14:03

I can even rise the FSB to 145, but SATA will no longer work with that frequency :O
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Jade Falcon » 2016-6-05 @ 15:09

I suck at super pi1m
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Tetrium » 2016-6-06 @ 00:11

Jade Falcon wrote:I suck at super pi1m

You should try it on something like this then :D

maddmaxstar wrote:Here's the photos (I don't have a DOS/Win3.x screenshot utility) of my 386sx and 486DLC rigs on SuperPi 1.1e (no decimals)

i386sx-16+i387 FPU / 4mb 30pin RAM / DOS 6.22Win3.11+Win32s:
4h 8min 49s

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*note: Syschk, Speedsys and PC-Config all identify as being 20MHz, but the chips are stamped as 16's. Could be possible it's overclocked but I've never touched it, and the CPU is surface mounted. The systems never run unstable and is still rock solid after 20 years, even the NiCd CMOS battery holds a charge.

And my DLC, which does not have an FPU, took far longer at over a Day just to do 256k.

Texas Instruments TI486DLC-40 (Cyrix-based, 1k L1, 8k L2)/16mb 30pin RAM / DOS 6.22+Win3.11+Win32s:
25h 8m 0s

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

Postby agent_x007 » 2016-6-06 @ 18:53

Pentium M 90nm isn't a fair fight against 130nm Pentium 4.
At least, compare it to fastest 130nm Pentium 4 :
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Standard Def Steve » 2016-6-06 @ 19:10

Time to start contributing to a thread which for some reason I've long ignored. :blush:

I guess I'll start with my old laptop.

C2D T5600, 1.83GHz, 667FSB, 2MB L2
4GB DDR2-667 dual channel
i945GM chipset
GMA950 graphics
Win7 x64 SP1

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

Postby Standard Def Steve » 2016-6-09 @ 08:34

Just ran SuperPi on a bunch of different CPUs. :happy:
-XP SP3 and Win7 were used, unless otherwise noted
-XP and 7 produce identical SuperPi scores
-I used v1.9 on Win2000/XP/7 and v1.1 on the single 98SE machine tested.
-DC=dual channel, QC=quad channel
-Screenshots available if wanted/needed.

(Windows ME) Pentium 100MHz - FSB66 - 64MB EDO: 30m 16.720s
(Win2000 SP4) Pentium II 300MHz - FSB66 - 192MB EDO: 9m 3.772s
(Win2000 SP4) K6-2 500MHz - FSB100, 1MB L2 - 256MB PC100: 8m 34.526s

Athlon 1333MHz - FSB266 - 512MB PC133: 2m 14.914s
(Win98SE) Celeron 1400MHz - FSB100 - 512MB PC100: 2m 9.138s

Celeron 2600MHz (Northwood) - FSB400 - 1GB DDR266: 1m 42.688s
Pentium III-S 1575MHz - FSB150 - 2GB DDR300: 1m 26.311s
Pentium 4 2400MHz - FSB400 - 1GB DDR266: 1m 14.547s

Pentium 4 3060MHz (Prescott) - FSB533 - 1GB DDR333: 54.438s
Athlon 64 (San Diego) 2640MHz - 2GB DDR440 DC: 32.859s
Core 2 Duo (Merom) 1833MHz - FSB667 - 2GB DDR2-667 DC: 31.356s
Core Duo (Yonah) 2000MHz - FSB667 - 2GB DDR2-667 DC: 30.491s

Pentium M (Dothan) 2700MHz - FSB540 - 2GB DDR2-540 DC: 29.843s
Opteron (Denmark) 3000MHz - Socket939 - 4GB DDR400 DC: 28.750s
Core 2 Duo 2933MHz - FSB1066 - 4GB DDR3-1066 DC: 17.387s

Phenom II X6 4070MHz - 16GB DDR3-1760 DC: 15.063s
Core 2 Quad 4000MHz - FSB1600 - 8GB DDR3-1600 DC: 11.963s

i7-4930k 4500MHz - 32GB DDR3-2400 QC: 7.781s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Standard Def Steve » 2016-6-11 @ 20:34

Here are two more! It's pretty cool how much Atom improved over the years.

2010 netbook - Atom N470 at 1833MHz: 1m 21.422s
MS Surface 3 - Atom x7 Z8700 running at its Turbo frequency of 2.4GHz: 37.125s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Imperious » 2016-6-19 @ 10:31

Heavy Rain Today so a good time for some benchmarking. Pentium M Dothan 770@2724 Asus P4P800dlx and ASUS CT-479 adaptor
27.890 seconds
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby agent_x007 » 2016-6-19 @ 22:20

Moe powahr :P
Pentium XE 840 @ 4275MHz (Smithfield) - FSB1068 - 8GB DDR2 1069MHz : 31.840s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby noshutdown » 2016-8-03 @ 16:18

i would post two 486 results
platform: umc8881 board with 512k cache, 64mb fpm, win95osr2.
amd5x86@stock(33*4), cache 2-1-1-1, dram 0wait: 47:45.
amd5x86@150(50*3), cache 3-2-2-2, dram 1wait: 41:15.
so relaxed cache and ram timing isn't that bad after all, as its 15.8% faster for 12.5% higher clock.
i would also post sis496 results when i set it up.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Kamerat » 2016-8-04 @ 10:36

Maybe one of the fastest AT form factor scores: 1min 36.529sec
CPU: Pentium III-S @10,5x140MHz
Mobo: Azza PT-6IBT ver. 1.2
RAM: 256MB SDRAM @ 2-2-2 140MHz
OS: Windows XP SP3

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

Postby Tetrium » 2016-8-17 @ 16:48

Updated to about halfway of page 13 lol!

Sub 10s
Core i74770k @ 4.3Ghz, 16GB DDR3 - 2133Mhz - Windows 8.1 8.469
Core i7 3820 @ 4.3ghz, DDR3 2133mhz - 8.752s
Core i7 3930K @ 4.3GHz DDR3 1600 - 8.799s
Core 2 Duo E8600 @4660Mhz - 9s
Core i7 4930K @ stock (3.4GHz) - DDR3 1866MHz - 9.422s
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Sub 15s
Core i7 980X @ 4.13GHz - 10.000s
Core i5 3470S @ stock speed - 10.312s
Core i7-2600 @ 3.4ghz - 10.867s
core i7 950 @ 3.83GHz - 10.873s
Core i7 3610QM @ 3.3ghz - 11.482s
core i7 920 @3778gig - 11.607s
Core 2 Duo E8400 Wolfdale @ 3.8GHz , MSI P7N SLI Platinum, 2x2GB Corsair XMS2 PC2-6400, Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1 - 12.438s
Core2Duo E8500 @ 3.8GHZ (400FSB) - 12.476s
Core i5-3350p (Win7) - 12.515s (HyperPi result)
C2D E8500 @3,8 GHz, DDR2-800 4-4-4-12 2T - 12.558s
Core i5 760 - 12.667s.
Core i7-2720QM 2.2Ghz - 12.854s
Core2Duo E8400 @ 3.6GHz (400 x 9) DDR2-800 4-4-4-12 - 12.9s

Sub 30s
e7400 @ 3.33g(333*10), p965,ddr2-667 4-4-4-12 - 15.6s
Q6600 @ 3.2ghz - 15.953s
X4 960T 4.4GHz - 16.286s
PII X4 955 4.2 GHz, NB 2.6GHz; GA-970A-UD3; 8GB DDR3-1333; XP SP3 32-bit - 16.344s
Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 @ 3333MHz (266x12.5)- 16.7356s
Phenom II 960T X6 @ 4.1GHz - 16.973s
Pentium E5200 @ 3.33GHz (266 x 12.5) DDR2-533 3-3-3-9 - 17.3s
i3-2330m 2.2 GHz; 6GB DDR3-1333; 7 SP1 64-bit - 17.582s
3.5GHz Phenom II X4 - 19.703s
Phenom II X2 B09 3.1826GHz - 20.063s
Phenom II X4 965 3.4GHz - 20.686s
Phenom II X6 1055T - 21.154s
Phenom II X6 1090T - 21.434s
Core i3 M330 2.13GHz - 21.513s
Phenom II 3.2Ghz - 21.699s
X4 960T 3.0GHz - 23.353s
Pentim M 730 @3113gig - 23.937s
Celeron E3400 2.60Ghz - 24.321s
Athlon II X3 450 - 25.672s
e2160 @ 2.4g(266*9), p965, ddr2-533 3-3-3-9 - 25s
Athlon X2 6000+ (K8, 1MB, 0.09micron) @ 3.45GHz - 25s
Pentium D 950 @ 4.8GHz - 26s

Sub 60s
Athlon64 3500+(venice)@2.5g(250*10), nforce3, ddr500 - 34.5s
Celeron E1400 - 36.172s
Athlon X2 4850e (2.5GHz Brisbane, 2x512k L2) - 36.219s
Pentium 4 (Cedar Mill) 3.75Gz - 36.738s
Atom Z3770 533MHz - 36.906s
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 651 D0 (Cedar Mill 3.4GHz) - 39.750s
P4 3.2C @ 3.6GHz (northwood) - 41.125s
Phenom II X3 E840 (1.9GHz, Caspian core, 3x512kb L2 Cache) - 41.169s
Celeron E1200 - 41.496s
Athlon 64 3200+ 2.2Ghz - 42.594s
Pentium D 930 - 42.844s
Celeron M 450(yonah) 2ghz, 1mb cache, 533 fsb, 1 gig DDR 43.094s
P4 cedar mill 641 @ 3.2Ghz, Asrock 775i65G 1gig DDR 43.719s
Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2Ghz - 43.906s
Pentium 4 630 3Ghz,D915GAG board, 2 gig DDR.44.140s
P4 530J, DDR2-533 4-4-4-12: 44.797s
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
Celeron D 360 (Cedar Mill 3.46GHz 512k cache, D0-stepping, WinXP) - 46.816s
AMD Sempron LE-1100 - 47.750s
P4 Northwood HT 3.2GHz - 48.984s
Pentium D 940 @ 3.2ghz - 50.937s
Northwood 2.8B @ 3.15ghz - 55.57s
Pentium 4 HT Northwood 2.6GHz - 56.578s
Athlon XP 3200+ (2.2Ghz) - 57.406s
Athlon XP 2600+ (2083MHz T-bred 166MHz FSB)- 58.359s
Sempron 2800+ Thoroughbred 2.0GHz (SiS315 WinXP) - 59.015s
Athlon XP 2400+ (2.0GHz T-bred) - 59.946s

Sub 3mins
Sempron 2800+ Thoroughbred 2.0GHz - 1m 0.750s
Pentium 4 Northwood 2.6GHz HT 800MHz FSB (WinXP) - 1m 0.782s
Sempron 2600+ (1.83Ghz 333fsb) - 1m 05.438s
Pentium 4 2.4B. 1gig DDR 266, i845E - 1m 18.672s
Core 2 Duo E6700 @ 3 GHz - 1m 21s
XP 2000+ (1.67Ghz Palomino 133fsb) - 1m 23.850s
Pentium 4 Northwood 2.4GHz (845PE, FSB?, 98SE, DDR-333) - 1m 26.522s
Pentium III-S 1400 MHz SL6BY - 1m 32.323s
Pentium 4 1.8A northwood, I gig DDR@266Mhz, i845E chipset - 1m 35.157s
p3-s 1.4g, 815e mainboard, sdram 2-2-2-5 - 1m 36.5s
Pentium III 1.4S @ 1.6ghz - 1m 38.079s
Samsung Galaxy S - 1m 39s
PIII Tualatin 1400S/512/133 @ 1470MHz / 140FSB - 1m 42.387s
PIII 1400s - 1m 46.079s
Pentium 4 Northwood Celeron 2.2GHz - 1m 50.094s
Pentium 3 1400S - 1m 50.764s
Athlon Thunderbird 1400C - 2m 0.766s
Pentium III 1400Mhz - 2m 6.150s
Celeron 1.7 (willamette) - 2m 9.172s
PIII Coppermine @ 1127MHz, PC133 @ 150FSB - 2m 11.278s
PIII Coppermine 1GHz @ 1063MHz (FSB143), (Via133, Win2000) - 2m 18.679s
1.0GHz Pentium III Coppermine - 2m 21.344s
Slot 1 P3 1GHz FSB100 - 2m 28.654s
PIII Coppermine 650 @ 866MHz - 2m 29.780s
PIII Coppermine 1GHz (CUSL2, WinME, 512MB SDRAM) - 2m 36.027s
Slot 2 P3 Xeon 784MHz (7.0 x 112) - 2m 39.344s
PIII 866EB @ 863MHz 1,70V 132.7MHz FSB - 02m 41.018s
PIII 866EB @ 863MHz 1,70V 132.7MHz FSB - 02m 41.387s
1.1Ghz Celeron Coppermine - 2m 42.641s
2 x P3 800 - 02m 42.750s
PIII Coppermine 933MHz (CUSL2, WinME, 512MB SDRAM) - 2m 44.710s
PIII 866EB @ 863MHz 1,70V 132.7MHz FSB - 02m 44.863s
P3 Xeon 840MHz (7.5 x 112MHz) - 2m 46.187s
PIII 866EB (CUV4X Win2000) - 2m 46.860s
Celeron 1GHz @ 1235MHz 2,05V 123.5MHz FSB - 02m 50.710s
PIII 800B @ 988MHz 1,90V 123.5MHz FSB - 02m 50.817s
PIII 800 (815EP, 98SE) - 2m 51.549s
Slot A Athlon 1GHz Orion - 2m 52.087s
Dual Pentium 3 Xeon 700/1Mb SL49P, ASUS XG-DLS - 2m 53.687s
PIII 733 Asus CUV4X, 512 pc133 WinXP - 2m 56.614
PIII 900; CUBX-E; 512MB PC100 SDRAM; 98 SE - 2m 57.050s
PIII Coppermine @ 966mhz - 2m 57.883s
Slot A Athlon 950MHz Orion - 2m 58.426s
Coppermine 1000 - 2m 58.616s
PIII 866EB @ 863MHz 1,70V 132.7MHz FSB - 02m 58.915s

Sub 5mins
Mobile Pentium 3 650 (Win2000 SP4) - 3m 02.853s
PIII Coppermine 850 MHz (8.5 x 100) 512MB PC133 SDRAM (3-3-3-6)/ WinXPSP3 - 3m 03.163s
Pentium 3 650MHz - 3m 7.930s
Celeron 1000MHz (Tualeron or Coppermine?, CUV4X, Win2000) - 3m 08.121s
Pentium III 933Mhz - 3m 9.189s
P3 800 Slot 1 - 03m 13.706s
P3 Xeon 750MHz (7.5 x 100MHz) - 3m 14.140s
Intel Celeron 800MHz - 3m 29.461s
Slot A Athlon 600MHz Pluto - 3m 32.616s
Dual Pentium 3 Xeon 550/1Mb SL3CE, ASUS XG-DLS - 3m 34.328s
AMD Athlon 700MHz - 3m 38.915s
Dual Pentium 3 Xeon 550/1Mb SL3CE, Intel MS440GX - 3m 48.672s
Slot 1 P3 550MHz Katmai - 3m 54.808s
Mobile Celeron 500MHz (Win2000 SP4) - 4m 6.975s
Pentium III Coppermine 600Mhz - 4m 7.143s
Intel Celeron 800 - 4m 07.752s
AMD Athlon 550MHz - 4m 13.074s
Pentium III Katmai 600MHz (440BX, 98SE) - 4m 30.422s
K6-III+ @ 600MHz (98SE) - 4m 44s
celeron300a oc 450, bx mainboard, sdram 2-2-2-5 - 4m 48s
K6-III+/500 @ 600MHz (6x100) 2-2-2-5 - 4m 52.073s
K6-III+/550 (MVP3, 2MB L3, Win2000sp4) - 4m 58.850s

Sub 10mins
Intel Celeron 466MHz - 5m 03.346s
K6-III+ @ 616MHz (FSB 112, yes L3, WinXP) - 5m 5.139s
K6-III+ @ 620MHz (FSB 124, no L3, WinXP) - 5m 7.132s
K6-III+ @ 616MHz (FSB 112, no L3, WinXP) - 5m 7.883s
k6-2+ @ 550(100*5.5), mvp3 board with 2mb cache, cl2-2-2-5 - 5m 19s
k6-2+ @ 630(105*6), ali5 board with cache disabled, cl2-2-2-5 - 5m 26s
k6-2+ @ 578(105*5.5), ali5 board with cache disabled, cl2-2-2-5 - 5m 29s
Pentium II 350MHz @ - 5m 29.354s
k6-2+ @ 550, ali5 board with 512kb cache, cl2-2-2-5 - 5m 41s
Pentium III Katmai 450mhz- 5m 44s
k6-2+ @ 550, ali5 board with cache disabled, cl2-2-2-5 - 5m 44s
k6-3 @ 450, ali5 board with cache disabled, cl2-2-2-5 - 6m 00s
Mobile Celeron 500MHz (Coppermine, Skt 495) - 6m 00.120s
k6-3 @ 450, ali5 board with 512kb cache, sdram timing not optimized - 6m 07s
Via C7-D(esther) 1500mhz, 2 gig DDR2, VIA P4M800 Pro - 6m 12.216s
k6-3 @ 450, ali5 board with cache disabled, sdram timing not optimized - 6m 13s
k6/3 450 - 6m 18.131s
Pentium II-400 PC-100 CAS2: 6m 20.434s
Pentium II-400 PC-100 cas3 - 6m 27s
k6-2+ @ 550 (100*5.5), mvp3 board with cache disabled, cl2-2-2-5 - 6m 36s
Celeron 366MHz - 6m 38.563s
K6-III 400 - 6m 43.497s
pentium mmx233 oc 300(100*3), mvp3 board with 2mb cache, cl2-2-2-5 - 6m 48s
k6-2-550(100*5.5), mvp3 board with 2mb cache, cl2-2-2-5 - 6m 50s
k6-2+ @ 450, ali5 board with cache disabled, cl2-2-2-5 - 6m 50s
Celeron 333MHz - 6m 57.971s
PIII Katmai 500MHz - 6m 59.075s
Pentium 2 266MHz - 7m 26.852s
AMD K6-2 @ 495mhz - 8m 7.024s
Pentium Pro 512k 240 or 245MHz (2xCPU, 70MHz FSB, 440FX, NT4) - 8m 27.281s
Celeron 266MHz - 9m 14.117
Pentium Pro 512k 210MHz (2xCPU, 70MHz FSB, 440FX, NT4) - 9m 19.532s
Pentium Pro 200MHz 256K Cache - 9m 41.396s
K6-2/500 @ 550MHz (half the ram not cached) - 9m 43.870s
Pentium Pro 256k 210MHz (2xCPU, 70MHz FSB, 440FX, NT4) - 9m 50.984s
K6-2/533 @ 522,5MHz (5.5x95) cl3 XP SP3 - 9m 51.100s

Sub 20mins
Pentium MMX 166 @ 237,5MHz (2.5x95MHz) cl3 XP SP3 - 10m 1.835s
k6-2-550(100*5.5), mvp3 board with cache disabled, cl2-2-2-5 - 10m 15s
Celeron 267mhz - 10m 23s
Cyrix MII 300Mhz - 11m 23.560s
Pentium 233MMX @262Mhz (75x3.5) - 12m 5.075s
Mobile Pentium MMX 233MHz (Tillamook on MMC-1) - 12m 24.011s
Pentium Pro 200Mhz - 12m 29.815s
AMD K6-233 - 12m 42.204s
VIA C3 Ezra 866MHz - 13m 51.696s
Pentium MMX 166MHz (430TX, 64MB EDO, Win95A) - 14m 25.015s
Pentium 133mhz - 16m 23.153s
K6-2 475Mhz - 16m 33.135s
k6-2+ @ 133(66*2), ali5 board with 512kb cache, cl2-2-2-5 - 17m 30s
VIA C3 Samuel2 732MHz (WinXP?) - 18m 34s

Sub 30mins
cyrix 6x86 @ 133(66*2), mvp3 board with 2mb cache, cl2-2-2-5 - 20m 55s
IDT Winchip C6 200 - 23m 32.450s
Mobile Pentium 120MHz, NT 3.51 SP5- 25m 57.289s
Mobile Pentium 120MHz, Windows 3.11 - 27m 30s

Sub 60mins
Mobile Pentium 120MHz, Windows 98 - 30m 23.536s
POD-83 @ 100MHz (no L2, WinXP, 64MB FPM) - 36m 30.049s
Pentium 66 - 30min 36sec 231ms
cyrix 6x86 @ 66(66*1), mvp3 board with cache disabled, cl3-3-3-6 - 41m 10s
Intel Pentium 75MHz - 45m 27.274s
VIA C3 Samuel1 233MHz (440BX FSB66) - 46m 40s
AMD Enhanced Am486DX4 120MHz - 50m 31.356s

Sub 2 hours.
Intel DX4-100 - 1h 1m 15s
Cyrix 486 DX4 100MHz, 256KB Cache, 64MB RAM, SiS496/497 chipset - 1h 17m 47s

Sub 30 days
386SX-16 - 27days 19h 31min 43sec



ODwilly wrote:Pentium 4 2.8/512/533 @3.1ghz
Soyo P4S 645DX Dragon Ultra
1gbx3 DDR266 CL2
XP Pro sp3
08m 25.577s

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

Postby noshutdown » 2016-8-22 @ 00:41

noshutdown wrote:i would post two 486 results
platform: umc8881 board with 512k cache, 64mb fpm, win95osr2.
amd5x86@stock(33*4), cache 2-1-1-1, dram 0wait: 47:45.
amd5x86@150(50*3), cache 3-2-2-2, dram 1wait: 41:15.
so relaxed cache and ram timing isn't that bad after all, as its 15.8% faster for 12.5% higher clock.
i would also post sis496 results when i set it up.


sis496 results are up, but rather disappointing:
amd5x86@stock(33*4), cache 2-1-1-1, dram 0wait: 47:10.
amd5x86@150(50*3), cache 3-2-2-2, dram 1wait: 46:00.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby kaputnik » 2016-10-08 @ 20:54

PIII 1.1GHz (Coppermine)/440BX/512MB SDRAM/Win98SE. For some strange reason Superpi Mod crashes at seemingly random points on this rig (any ideas?), had to use the unmodded version:

superpi_bx440.jpg


Xeon X5470 (Harpertown)/P965/4GB DDR2/WinXP:

superpi_xeon_xp.jpg


Also did some testing on the other installed OS:es. Same HW as above, Win7:

superpi_xeon_w7.jpg


Same as above, Win10:

superpi_xeon_w10.jpg
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Standard Def Steve » 2016-11-12 @ 09:55

Pentium 100MHz, 64MB EDO, Windows ME. I also added this to the list of computers I tested, just a few posts above.
30m 16.720s
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