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First post, by Tiger433

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That program is CPU benchmark and can test CPU to 128 cores and can run even in 98SE, here`s link for it:

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/clibe … mk_iii_smp.html

And here`s my results, everyone can add new:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1i-zDI … dit?usp=sharing

When you run Clibench, select all tests and run them and type correct number of cores. And if someone has problem with indentification of anything here`s also link for CPU-Z and to CPUWorld site:
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
http://www.cpu-world.com/

Last edited by Tiger433 on 2016-08-28, 09:46. Edited 5 times in total.

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Reply 1 of 10, by clueless1

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Cool. I'll have to check it out. Might be fun to collect data for. 😀 I wonder if there's a way to organize the chart so that it would be easier to sort by results?

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Reply 2 of 10, by Tiger433

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I thinking about that, I try to organize it in better way, or someone another can do that, I added two more results from IBM ThinkCentre 8183 model. And I tested that Clibench at Win98SE and works there.

Last edited by Tiger433 on 2016-08-24, 08:28. Edited 1 time in total.

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Reply 4 of 10, by Tiger433

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Thanks for your new results havli 😀 I reorganized chart so now will be better to compare results and add more. I hope someone add some results with K6-2 or K6-III and Tualatin or even Athlon XP.

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Reply 6 of 10, by Tiger433

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mrau wrote:

i find it a bit funny how you guys run a program downloaded from an unknown source on your machines

I added link for that benchmark to site I found that if you don`t trust.

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Reply 7 of 10, by Carlos S. M.

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Added results from my main desktop. An overclocked i5 2500K at 4.70 Ghz.

I have some old machines i can try in my free time, including some old PCs and a dual Tualatin server

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Reply 8 of 10, by Tiger433

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Carlos S. M. wrote:

Added results from my main desktop. An overclocked i5 2500K at 4.70 Ghz.

I have some old machines i can try in my free time, including some old PCs and a dual Tualatin server

Thanks, I added column with number of CPU`s for your upcoming dual cpu results. And i moved your results to chart with OC section. I`m also tested once more my main rig, because I have 3 GB RAM now instead of 1 there, and I tested it at 7 64 bit, and I changed results to new, better there.

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Reply 9 of 10, by Tiger433

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I`m added result with my Sempron 2800+ overclocked from 1600 to 2106 Mhz on my ABIT NF8 board, I set up memory in BIOS to 333 Mhz and HT multiplier to 3x and FSB to 263 Mhz, and here is also screenshots of CPU-Z:

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Reply 10 of 10, by Tiger433

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I`m added two more results, this time from Pentium 2.0 and 1.7 on Gigabyte GA-8IDX mainboard.

W7 "retro" PC: ASUS P8H77-V, Intel i3 3240, 8 GB DDR3 1333, HD6850, 2 x 500 GB HDD
Retro 98SE PC: MSI MS-6511, AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 512 MB RAM, ATI Rage 128, 80GB HDD
My Youtube channel