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

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

Postby sgt76 » 2012-2-28 @ 08:42

sprcorreia wrote:A few more results:

Pentium Pro 200MHz 256K Cache - 9m 41.396s
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That's a very fast result for a PPro. What o/s are you using? NT4.0? Any overclocking?
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby sprcorreia » 2012-2-29 @ 09:54

sgt76 wrote:
sprcorreia wrote:A few more results:

Pentium Pro 200MHz 256K Cache - 9m 41.396s
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That's a very fast result for a PPro. What o/s are you using? NT4.0? Any overclocking?


Windows 2000 running at stock speed with an Intel motherboard.

Edit: Pentium Pro 200 1MB - 9m 04.082s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby sgt76 » 2012-2-29 @ 11:53

Wow! Just look at the difference between running Win98 and NT, > 25% !!!
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby sprcorreia » 2012-2-29 @ 18:16

sgt76 wrote:Wow! Just look at the difference between running Win98 and NT, > 25% !!!


Yes, Windows 2000 is much more efficient than Windows 98.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby CapnCrunch53 » 2012-3-05 @ 07:47

Just ran it on the new late 2004-era retro PC I built recently.
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby sprcorreia » 2012-4-01 @ 04:35

While testing some hardware i got this:

AMD Sempron LE-1100 - 47.750s
ASUS P2B with P3 1100 for sale.

http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?95680-Asus-P2B-Rev-1-10-Intel-P3-1-1GHz-with-Asus-adapter-and-Coolermaster-cooler

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

Postby sgt76 » 2012-4-29 @ 15:43

updated 15/5/2012
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby jwt27 » 2012-4-29 @ 18:54

You forgot my Pentium II 350MHz @ 5m 29.354s :)
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby noshutdown » 2012-4-30 @ 03:05

my recent test results:
board gigabyte 5ax rev 5.2

initial test without wpcredit tuning, sdram timing 2-2-4-5
onboard cache on
k6-3 450: 6:07
onboard cache off
k6-3 450: 6:13
k6-2+ 450: 6:50(a hefty 10% slower than k6-3)

later i have to disable onboard cache due to agp issues, and used wpcredit to tune sdram timing to 2-2-2-5, and enabled "internal page detection".
k6-3 450 6:00
k6-2+ 550 5:44
k6-2+ 578(105*5.5) 5:29
k6-2+ 630(105*6) 5:26
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby noshutdown » 2012-4-30 @ 03:12

and my ancient results:
p3-s 1.4g, 815e mainboard, sdram 2-2-2-5 1:36.5s
athlon64 3500+(venice core)@2.5g(250*10), nforce3 mainboard, dual channel ddr500 2.5-3-3-7 34.5s
e2160@2.4g(266*9), p965 mainboard, dual channel ddr2-533 3-3-3-9 25s
e7400@3.33g(333*10), p965 mainboard, dual channel ddr2-667 4-4-4-12 15.6s
my rigs are well wired tight so it may be a bit faster than others with similar specs :cool:
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby NitroX infinity » 2012-4-30 @ 14:30

2x 1GiB PC2-6400 DDR2
GigaByte EP45-DS3L
WindowsXP Professional SP3

Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 @ 2400MHz (200x12)
Average of 10 runs; 22.2547 seconds
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby NitroX infinity » 2012-5-01 @ 10:03

Update, same system as above except the processor;

Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 @ 2666MHz (266x10)
Average of 10 runs; 20.0954 seconds
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby CapnCrunch53 » 2012-5-01 @ 10:20

Figured I'd run my main rig, what the hell. Using the version from the first post:

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

Postby NitroX infinity » 2012-5-01 @ 14:48

Another run, same system, processor different;

Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 @ 3333MHz (266x12.5)
Average of 10 runs; 16.7356 seconds
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby schaap » 2012-5-01 @ 15:45

Mobile Pentium 120MHz 256kB L2 cache - Opti Viper 557/558N chipset (Compaq LTE 5250) with 48MB RAM

Windows 3.11 (with Win32S, original program): 27m 30s
Windows 98 (prog. from the first post): 30m 23.536s
Windows NT 3.51 SP5 (prog. from the first post): 25m 57.289s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby ratfink » 2012-5-10 @ 18:23

IDT Winchip C6 200: 23m 32.450s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby iulianv » 2012-5-10 @ 19:32

P4 651 D0 (Cedar Mill 3.4GHz) on HP dc7100 (915G), 2 x 512MB DDR400 2.5-4-4-8: 39.750s

Athlon XP 2600+ (AXDA2600DKV3D - 2083MHz T-bred 166MHz FSB) on Epox EP-8K9A7I (KT400A), 3 x 256MB DDR400 2.5-3-3-7: 58.359s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby sgt76 » 2012-5-15 @ 13:02

Ivy Bridge is stupidly fast in Superpi: 11.482s from an i7-3610QM.

and hereby duly updated!!!

i7-3610QM: 11.482s
Core2Duo E8500 @ 3.8GHZ (400FSB) - 12.476s
Core i7-2720QM 2.2Ghz - 12.854s
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
Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 @ 3333MHz (266x12.5)- 16.7356 seconds
3.5GHz Phenom II X4 - 19.703s
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
Celeron E3400 2.60Ghz: 24.321s
e2160@2.4g(266*9), p965, ddr2-533 3-3-3-9 25s
Athlon II X3 450 - 25.672s
athlon64 3500+(venice)@2.5g(250*10), nforce3, ddr500 34.5s
Athlon X2 4850e (2.5GHz Brisbane, 2x512k L2) - 36.219s
Pentium 4 (Cedar Mill) 3.75Gz - 36.738s
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, 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
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 2600+ (1.83Ghz 333fsb) - 1m 05.438s
XP 2000+ (1.67Ghz Palomino 133fsb) - 1m 23.850s
p3-s 1.4g, 815e mainboard, sdram 2-2-2-5 1:36.5s
Pentium III 1.4S @ 1.6ghz- 1m 38.079s
Pentium 3 1400S - 1m50.764s
Athlon Thunderbird 1400C - 2m 0.766s
Pentium III 1400Mhz - 2m 6.150s
1.0GHz Pentium III Coppermine - 2m 21.344s
Slot 1 P3 1GHz FSB100 - 2m 28.654s
1.1Ghz Celeron Coppermine - 2m 42.641s
2 x P3 800 - 02m 42.750s
Slot A Athlon 1GHz Orion - 2m 52.087s
PIII Coppermine @ 966mhz - 2m 57.883s
Slot A Athlon 950MHz Orion - 2m 58.426s
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
Slot A Athlon 600MHz Pluto - 3m 32.616s
AMD Athlon 700MHz - 3m 38.915s
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
Intel Celeron 466MHz - 5m 03.346s
k6-2+ 630(105*6) 5:26
k6-2+ 578(105*5.5) 5:29
Pentium II 350MHz @ 5m 29.354s
Pentium III Katmai 450mhz- 5m 44s
k6-2+ 550 5:44
k6-3 450 6:00
kMobile Celeron 500MHz (Coppermine, Skt 495) = 6m 00.120s
6-3 450: 6:07 onboard cache on
k6-3 450: 6:13 onboard cache off
k6/3 450 - 6m 18.131s
Celeron 366MHz - 6m 38.563s
k6-2+ 450: 6:50
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
Pentium Pro 200MHz 256K Cache - 9m 41.396s
Mobile Pentium MMX 233MHz (Tillamook on MMC-1) - 12m 24.011s
Pentium Pro 200Mhz - 12m 29.815s
AMD K6-233 - 12m 42.204s
Pentium 133mhz - 16m 23.153s
K6-2 475Mhz - 16m 33.135s
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
Mobile Pentium 120MHz, Windows 98- 30m 23.536s
Pentium 66 - 30min 36sec 231ms
Intel Pentium 75MHz - 45m 27.274s
AMD Enhanced Am486DX4 120MHz - 50m 31.356s
386SX-16 - 27days 19h 31min 43sec
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby iulianv » 2012-5-26 @ 11:48

P4 530J E0 SL7PU (Prescott 3.00GHZ/1M/800) on Intel D915GUX (915G), 2 x 512MB DDR2-533 4-4-4-12: 44.797s
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Re: The All-amazing super-de-douper SuperPi thread!

Postby Schizofrik » 2012-5-30 @ 18:36

Going to throw together some others when I get home. However, going for raw speed on my main work PC.

Core i7-2600 @ 3.4ghz - 10.867s
Win7 64bit
12GB

I have multiple older PCs at home that I will try and post later.

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