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Old 03-06-2006, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default Post your SuperPi 1M Times

This is a benchmarking test that tests how fast your cpu/memory is. You can download it here After you download it, open it and click calculate and pick 1M.

Here's a Top Ten on the forums:
1. The Amish Kid - 28.750 seconds
2. Jamxx - 31.547 seconds
3. X-treme 3D - 32 seconds
4. Marxsoccer - 37.750 seconds
5. Recon 16 - 41.218
6. GlasseyeUK - 42.460 seconds
7. Matt08642 - 43 seconds
8. Bahawolf - 44 seconds
9. X800 - 57.937 seconds
10. Mark Thorpe - 88.829 seconds
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Well this is kinda a bump. Here's a better time


People should be able to beat that pretty easy I would think.
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I got 31.547s.
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Jamxx what is your memory running at? I'm guessing its on a divider. I bet if you tried running the memory at a higher frequency with lower timings it would be faster.
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Yeah, it's on a divider, definitely. I don't know, though. Right now it is set up pretty conveniently, I have it running at 200 MHZ, with my CPU at 255 MHZ. The divider works perfectly with that and gives me the best of both worlds. I'd rather not fool with it.
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Wow this program is confusing o well dont care
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i got 33
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Wow this program is confusing o well dont care
How is it confusing. Is it the clicking the calculate buttin or the 1m button?
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My celeron without speedgear



Now that is ok I guess, but you get for what you pay for


Btw that cpu is overclocked at stock voltage
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19 minutes! Haha, I tried it with an old AMD K6-2 533MHz a while back. I'm quite sure it took 19 minutes! I think my old machine was right around 33 seconds(Athlon 64 4000) but I've yet to check my current one. Nothing spectacular, though, I'm sure.
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