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Ultim8_Evil

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42 seconds on my A64 3200 @ 11*215 = 2.365ghz

But this was run with kazaa lite downloading Mp3's (naughty me), my antivirus software resident in the sys tray, Sisoft sandra monitoring the cpu temp and IE with this topic open.

I'll haver a bash at it from startup and kill as many prcoesses as i can in a minute.

Edited: 39 seconds at startup with nothing running. woo!
 
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F_A_L_C_O_N

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one more laptop to report:

its a SIS M650 based machine, with Celeron-D 2.8Ghz, Hitachi 40GB 5400rpm 8MB cache disk, 256MB DDR 333

Super Pi comes in at 1 min. 16 sec

pretty good result for Celeron, IMO
 
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Martin_89

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Originally posted by d94
hey Marvt74, do you think you can update the table on the first post?

-d94
I dont think marv comes on here anymore now that hes moved to brazil, i might be wrong though.
 
agw_01

agw_01

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You're correct Martin.

I think I was the last person to create a new updated table. I still have it on my machine so I'll have a look through the thread and give it another update :)
 
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ELF2000

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Originally posted by Andy_83
I'm down to 56 seconds now with my new rig, beats the old Celeron :D

It's an AMD 2600+ on a Abit NF7 mainboard...I've literally just thrown it all together earlier this week, it's on standard cooling and everything until I get some time at the weekend to start playing

:)
3 seconds faster than my 2600+:)
Are the different times only because of faster cpu's or are other factors involved? eg:ram, hdd etc
 
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Andy_83

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I'm using Kingston PC3200 ram, on a Abit NF7 v2 mainboard (nForce2 chipset)

Not played around with any timings or clocked anything yet :cool:
 
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Ultim8_Evil

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Just ran 1MB SuperPi on the laptop in my sig... 9 minutes 47 seconds!

Don't suppose thats too bad for a Mobile Coppermine PIII 1.1Ghz with only 256kL2 running 256Mb of PC100 SDRAM :rolleyes:
 
drzaius2

drzaius2

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updated as far as i know. if you want to add or change anything ask me.

i can only do 32 at a time or else the text gets too small. i'm up to 38 entries in my excel file though.
 
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Ponch

Ponch

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Originally posted by Ultim8_Evil
Just ran 1MB SuperPi on the laptop in my sig... 9 minutes 47 seconds!

Don't suppose thats too bad for a Mobile Coppermine PIII 1.1Ghz with only 256kL2 running 256Mb of PC100 SDRAM :rolleyes:
It is, man ! My Athlon 800 does 3'32" with 128Mb PC133SDRAM and 32MbPC100 !:D
 
RecklessLeper

RecklessLeper

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1m 3s - Xeon 2.4, 1Gb PC3200

Should've done a reboot I think as it's been up for the past week :p
 
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ELF2000

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Originally posted by Ponch
It is, man ! My Athlon 800 does 3'32" with 128Mb PC133SDRAM and 32MbPC100 !:D
My Athlon 900 with 512mb pc133 sdram did it in 2min 48sec

I guess the extra 100mhz and extra ram makes the difference.
 
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F_A_L_C_O_N

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Yep, its mostly down to FSB, low latency and CPU speed in Mhz, in this order

For example, A64 2800+ on Asus K87 with DDR400 (2-3-3-8), FSB400, does 50sec

whereas my XP mobile, specs bellow, does 41 sec

also no amount of sw tweaking will do much good and you can usually run stuff in the background without affecting the result significantly.
 
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Ultim8_Evil

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But your CPU is running at 2.4Ghz whereas a stock A64 2800 won't even be running at 2Ghz.

I'm quite chuffed that my measly 2.36Ghz overclock beats a P4 3Ghz o/ced to 3.5Ghz. It's not how many clock cycles you have, it's what you do with them that counts :D ;)

And RDX, I will catch you! :p
 
SexyMF

SexyMF

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updated as far as i know. if you want to add or change anything ask me.
Check my sig, I'm using a 2500+M not a 2600+.

Why don't we make the gaps bigger and calculate to 32M digits (what do you mean you don't have a spare few hours:p )
 
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Martin_89

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I managed to shave a second off it and get to 44secs

EDIT: ive removed the image to save my bandwidth
 
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