7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-6-12 @ 23:56

Very impressive Rating/Usage! :cool:

About on par with a Sandybridge i3 too.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby subhuman@xgtx » 2017-7-17 @ 00:25

My 440bx system with a 1400-S clocked at 150x10.5, ASUS P3B-F 1.04, and 2x256 PC133 ram running at tightest ram settings possible (2-2-2-0)
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-8-02 @ 12:27

I put this in the first post, but I wanted to put it here too in case people didn't notice:
Please do not reorganize the spreadsheet, sort by different columns, etc. If you want to do this, download it and change your copy of it.

I've had to restore a previous revision a few times now because the chart is either missing a bunch of data or is so crazily re-sorted that it's easier to restore than fix.

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby swaaye » 2017-8-03 @ 22:21

I've moved this thread to Software. There are lots of old CPUs tested so it fits fairly well here, and I feel the thread will get buried away in Milliways.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby zerker » 2017-8-07 @ 17:59

Neat thread. I notice there's already an entry for two of my machines (i5-2500 and PIII-450), but I added two more:
An i5-3450S I have in my media PC

and...
A Raspberry Pi 3. Yeah, wrong architecture, but it can still run 7zip, so it's fun to see the difference. I put the type as 'single board computer', but if anyone thinks it should be some other categorization, I'm okay with that.
EDIT: Nevermind, I saw a post earlier in the thread asking, so I switched the type to ARM.

EDIT2: So I notice the new entries weren't sorted back into the list. Is that because they are new, or was it turned off? I temporarily put a filter on column 1 to check for existing CPUs, but I turned it back off again after. That shouldn't have had any permanent effect (especially on sort).

EDIT3: I just remembered, I still have a Pi Model A+ in a bin I was planning to use for an ill-fated project. I benchmarked it too.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-8-07 @ 18:18

Hey zerker,

Thanks for adding results! Usually, I'll just right-click and add a row in the correct place, then type the results in. But sometimes people just put them at the bottom, and when I notice this, I'll sort the sheet by column H in descending order.

And feel free to add duplicate results. Especially if there's a significant difference, it may be of interest if you list the chipset, RAM speed or any overclocking.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby zerker » 2017-8-07 @ 18:33

Well, both looked to be within the realm of error, but maybe I'll add them later. I did notice the compress speed for the existing PIII-450 is an abnormally low 0.5 (mine, for reference, was 349). Looks like entry error.

However, 7zip defaulted me to running with 8 MB dictionary on Win 98 and I forgot to change it. so I'll have to re-run the PIII benchmark before it could be included.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-8-07 @ 18:54

zerker wrote:I did notice the compress speed for the existing PIII-450 is an abnormally low 0.5 (mine, for reference, was 349). Looks like entry error..

Nice catch. I'll have to go through the revision history and see if I can spot when it was originally entered. It may have been accidentally changed at some point afterward.

EDIT: I traced that result back to June 12, 2016. Carlos S. M. entered it, and it was that way from the beginning. So I have no way of correcting it. Carlos, if you see this and you have some record of the actual score, would you mind correcting it in the database?
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-8-08 @ 11:46

clueless1 wrote:
zerker wrote:I did notice the compress speed for the existing PIII-450 is an abnormally low 0.5 (mine, for reference, was 349). Looks like entry error..

Nice catch. I'll have to go through the revision history and see if I can spot when it was originally entered. It may have been accidentally changed at some point afterward.

EDIT: I traced that result back to June 12, 2016. Carlos S. M. entered it, and it was that way from the beginning. So I have no way of correcting it. Carlos, if you see this and you have some record of the actual score, would you mind correcting it in the database?


Sadly, i lost track of that result (my main computer died + didn't keep track of the old benched system) and the Tekram motherboard i used sadly died, so no way to rebench until i get a new Slot 1 440BX motherboard, i removed the broken result, will retest once i get a new motherboard.

I typed this from my laptop (i7 5500U) without any data practically
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby zerker » 2017-8-09 @ 21:09

Ah. I realized why 7-Zip wanted to benchmark with an 8 MB dictionary size. My machine only has 192 MB of ram, and a 32 MB dictionary size benchmark takes 420 MB.

The highest I can go is 12 MB, so let me know if you actually want that benchmark, or if you'd prefer to pass in order to keep the results more easily comparable.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-8-09 @ 23:34

@zerker

If you want, you can put those results in the DOS version of this, which in addition to running in DOS, requires only 8MB RAM. Here's the thread:
viewtopic.php?f=5&t=50745
It's intentionally set to a 256KB dictionary size so it will run on processors as slow as 386. It may even run on a 286, I don't have one and no one here has tried yet.

But yeah, the results on this chart need to be consistent with 32MB dictionary size.

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby shamino » 2017-8-11 @ 14:58

Just installed 7zip v9.20 on a Win98 socket-7 machine.
Unofficial score - not added to spreadsheet due to wrong dictionary size

Pentium MMX 233/66, VIA MVP3 chipset (Tyan S1590), 256MB PC100 CL2 - 16MB dictionary size
Compressing: 138 MIPS
Decompressing: 142 MIPS
Total: 140 MIPS (ran twice, same results each time)
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby sprcorreia » 2017-11-27 @ 03:35

Benched my P3 1100 (P2B, 100MHz FSB) before it goes to a new home.

877 MIPS, not bad.
ASUS P2B with P3 1100 for sale.

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby agent_x007 » 2017-12-23 @ 21:22

4960X @ 4,8GHz :
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A tiny bit faster than 5960X...
Pretty good, if I can say so myself :)
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby m1919 » 2017-12-25 @ 08:45

Dual Haswell-EP 10-core QFSC M0-stepping Xeons.

These are either quality samples for a canceled SKU or for Amazon's custom E5-2666 v3. Love how CPU-Z identifies them as Intel Core. lol

Unfortunately they do not have HT or this score would be significantly higher, but they are still a beastly pair.

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2018-1-02 @ 20:18

Added my new main CPU, i7 3770K overclocked to 4.8 ghz

Used DDR3 1600 CL9 and a ASUS Z77-A motherboard
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby okenido » 2018-1-31 @ 16:09

Results for my PIII 933, on Windows XP :

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Which value (MIPS - there are several) do you take for the spreadsheet ?
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2018-1-31 @ 17:37

okenido wrote:Which value (MIPS - there are several) do you take for the spreadsheet ?

It's in the first post of this thread.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby agent_x007 » 2018-9-23 @ 19:31

Update :)
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