VOGONS Benchmark archive?

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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Tetrium » 2015-12-08 @ 09:10

How about SuperPi?

Theres even a version of SuperPi that works on Windows 9x and gives results in decimals (the other ones that give decimals don't work on 9x, or at least didn't work the last time I tried). This version had a crash bug though, when it finishes running for the first time, the system will crash but after a restart it will still have made a file with the first result and afterwards it won't crash again.

I fixed this crash bug by adding a dummy result to the SuperPi package, it's at the bottom of this post viewtopic.php?f=46&t=31072#p254195

And just to clarify, I did not create this version of SuperPi myself, I only added the fix and the readme.txt file
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby lolo799 » 2015-12-13 @ 17:45

Here's one that some of you might find interesting, the Insanity 3D engine tech demo (used in Hidden&Dangerous Deluxe for example) :
https://web.archive.org/web/20030409230 ... wnload.htm
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Putas » 2015-12-13 @ 19:19

lolo799 wrote:Here's one that some of you might find interesting, the Insanity 3D engine tech demo (used in Hidden&Dangerous Deluxe for example) :
https://web.archive.org/web/20030409230 ... wnload.htm


Interesting indeed, thanks.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby BSA Starfire » 2015-12-13 @ 21:01

Neat, thanks for sharing, that doesn't half remind me of the old Army Men games on Playstation from 3D0!
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby lolo799 » 2016-4-03 @ 09:27

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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Arctic » 2016-6-20 @ 22:45

Does anyone know where to find Indy3D?

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These could be some file names:
3dinv30c.exe
i3dinv30f.exe
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Kamerat » 2016-6-21 @ 00:45

Arctic wrote:Does anyone know where to find Indy3D?

These could be some file names:
3dinv30c.exe
i3dinv30f.exe

http://www.ansealk.ru/ftp/OLD_CD/150%20 ... ng/Indy3D/
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby feipoa » 2016-6-21 @ 08:53

lolo799 wrote:Here's the Cyberwar demo for DOS:
mega:///#!GoIFhKyK!Ok8C9qrZpdksqaubiGFbEtzDytICTZ135cLPGC4v5r8

Where?
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Stiletto » 2016-6-21 @ 15:32

feipoa wrote:
lolo799 wrote:Here's the Cyberwar demo for DOS:
mega:///#!GoIFhKyK!Ok8C9qrZpdksqaubiGFbEtzDytICTZ135cLPGC4v5r8

Where?


Let me expand the URL: https://mega.co.nz/#!GoIFhKyK!Ok8C9qrZp ... cLPGC4v5r8
mega:// links use the MEGA client to download, and the client installs a handler in your browser to interpret mega:// links. Converting them to plain URLs is rather straightforward. I'll edit lolo799's post, too.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby feipoa » 2016-6-21 @ 18:51

Stiletto wrote:mega:// links use the MEGA client to download, and the client installs a handler in your browser to interpret mega:// links. Converting them to plain URLs is rather straightforward. I'll edit lolo799's post, too.

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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Stiletto » 2016-6-21 @ 22:38

feipoa wrote:
Stiletto wrote:mega:// links use the MEGA client to download, and the client installs a handler in your browser to interpret mega:// links. Converting them to plain URLs is rather straightforward. I'll edit lolo799's post, too.

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Well, it's no different than any other custom URI scheme. I've seen similar for magnet links, for example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnet_URI_scheme
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby agent_x007 » 2016-6-22 @ 20:44

New additions to archive :
Here's a copy of Result Browser 2000 I found, that works with 3DMark 2000 : LINK (link to GoogleDrive)
It needs to be unpacked by WinRAR or 7-zip before instalation on modern OS'es.
I did not tested it with PCMark 2000.
REALLY wish I have found a Result Browser 2001 for 3DMark01 (SE)... maybe someone has a CD with it lying around ?

PCMark 2002 also has a Pro Pack available to download (with Result Browser 2002 included ;) : LINK

Also :
Adding a link or a .txt file with keys for legacy Madonion/Futuremark software would be nice.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby 386_junkie » 2016-9-18 @ 16:13

Does anyone know how to find the realtics on DOOM 1.9?

I'm looking through all the options increasing/decreasing screen size but no messages or console comes up.

Any ideas?

Thanks
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby vvbee » 2017-6-08 @ 02:48

5u3 wrote:I just ran into that one while searching for a PCPBench download, and it seems to be a rather ugly hack of PCPBench.
The engine was originally programmed for the game Strike Base.

Seems to only use strike base's polygon engine, though. Makes you wonder why the guy dumped the voxels, especially since that meant downgrading to a flat polygonal ground. Maybe the voxel engine didn't have full degrees of freedom.
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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby Imperious » 2017-6-08 @ 03:39

386_junkie wrote:Does anyone know how to find the realtics on DOOM 1.9?

I'm looking through all the options increasing/decreasing screen size but no messages or console comes up.

Any ideas?

Thanks


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Re: VOGONS Benchmark archive?

Postby soviet conscript » 2018-1-30 @ 23:50

Anyone mention the Incoming - Lux Et Robur benchmark. I cant find it anywhere for download.
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