Your computers CPU Speed.. Using SuperPi

By truflip
Jul 19, 2005
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  1. truflip

    truflip Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 590

    2min 39sec on the 2M? I though you would do better..
    I jus did 32M for 32min, 37secs.. couldnt wait for it so is tarted browsing n chatting lol.. could prolly get 30 mins..

    anyway thanks for the SS kohaar, im sure you make many of us jealous =P
  2. eazy_duz_em

    eazy_duz_em Newcomer, in training Posts: 170

    i tried 32M and got 29min. Screens later..
    Why are Intel CPU's that slow on SuperPi?
  3. kohaar

    kohaar Newcomer, in training

    Ehh. Did you see my score? - Intel Rocks :rolleyes:
  4. eazy_duz_em

    eazy_duz_em Newcomer, in training Posts: 170

    hehe i've seen your score kohaar but look at other users score my 3500+ isn't quite the high end processor that someone would buy but it still managed to score a lower time than most any of intels around here.
  5. kohaar

    kohaar Newcomer, in training

    Hehe. I'm not an expert but it seems that Amd for a long time has been superior to Intel when it came to raw computational power. This does however seem to have changed now. At least until Amd releases its new monster :)

    Btw: My 32M score

    30m18s
  6. Mirob

    Mirob TechSpot Paladin Posts: 841

    Socket 7 fun

    I was just playing around with a old Super Socket 7 mobo I pulled out of a dumpser awhile ago(I'm using it's case with my awesome 3200+ Veince rig.) I ran pi on it's K6-2-300;
    K-6-300 1M pi is 14:4

    So I put in a Pentium 166(not MMX)
    P54C-166 1M pi is 17:1

    Then I bumped to FSB to 83 to run the 166 at 208
    P54C at 208 1M pi is 13:43

    The Pentium at 208 is faster then the K6 at 300!

    I don't want to try 2M. :haha:
  7. truflip

    truflip Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 590

    sillly.... =]
  8. Mirob

    Mirob TechSpot Paladin Posts: 841

  9. Frostyr0d

    Frostyr0d Newcomer, in training Posts: 105

    Booooo down with Intel :p
  10. cm1286

    cm1286 Newcomer, in training Posts: 83

    1min 44sec
    P4 3.0HT
    1G Ram
    160G HD
  11. KingCody

    KingCody TechSpot Guru Posts: 1,568   +7

    you say it as if you can go out and buy a 4.7GHz chip, or that anybody can overclock the 2.9GHz stock to 4.7GHz and above.

    this is simply not the case, that is an unique and very extreme overclock. the CPU is cooled with liquid nitrogen, the average overclocker could not come anywhere near those speeds.

    also the 1.34v seems a little fishy for such a high clock, how do we know that is real? and not a photoshop'd screenie???
     
  12. Mirob

    Mirob TechSpot Paladin Posts: 841

    Intel IS King Again

    Buddy, it's real. This is a ES chip the production chips are better. Yes this is eXtreme cooling. These guys are the best overclockers in the world. Fun to watch'em, I'm glad they let me see it. You can find these on ebay now, and some FS sections in fourms.

    CPUz reads Vcore wrong on all the Core chips, it's more like 1.6v. It may say it in thread somewhere.
  13. hewybo

    hewybo TechSpot Maniac Posts: 570

    nuttin' to it

    Heck, Mirob, that's only four times faster than my P4 3.2. Big deal! (tee hee hee) :eek:
  14. cm1286

    cm1286 Newcomer, in training Posts: 83

    enough with the intel vs amd bologna

    Did any one make it to one min yet
  15. CrossFire851

    CrossFire851 Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,058


    Do you mean 1 sec?
  16. fimbles

    fimbles TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 1,250   +135

    ooooooooooohh. the shame...

    1m in 2m 39s

    Time to buy a new processor instead of this crappy 2.8 ghz celeron.. first real computer.. so please go easy with the flames....
    Oh, 27 processes running
  17. mke

    mke Newcomer, in training Posts: 146

    2M in 1min 37sec

    AMD 54 3400, 1Mb cache,
    1gb ddr400 el cheep infineon i think
    120Ata 7200main drive, 3x250 sata other
    old radeon pro 9000 128mb

    running 36 processes, and commit charge reports using 504/1748m on task manager

    happy but not happy, need to reduce that processes as someone previously posted to search google for service tweaks :) well running a 'legitimate' p2p software too :p and 8 tabs on firefox, msn and winamp...
    anyone wanna trade this sys with his x2 :) i'll throw in some free stuff (cup holder, pen, key chain ;p :)
  18. truflip

    truflip Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 590

    whenever someone get a hold of the new X2 3600+ post ur superpi stock and max OC score here =D i cant wait hehehe
  19. i_am_a_newbie

    i_am_a_newbie Newcomer, in training Posts: 278

    1min 51secs

    Athlon 3200+ s939
    1gb DC pc2700 RAM

    38 processes(need to kill a few off heh)
  20. eazy_duz_em

    eazy_duz_em Newcomer, in training Posts: 170

    Oh..lol i just tryed superPi on my ol Pc.
    Duron 700Mhz
    256 SD-RAM PC133
    I got 4 min 45 Sec on 2M..weepeee...:|
  21. CrossFire851

    CrossFire851 Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,058

    I got 1:16 @ 2m with my 3800x2 (oc'd to 2.61GHz from 2.01GHz). Will do more ocing!!!
  22. Mirob

    Mirob TechSpot Paladin Posts: 841

    Just got my Core 2 duo E6300.

    2M im 51 seconds, 1M 21 seconds running at 2.56 GHz for now.

    It will be faster soon. :D

    [​IMG]

    I did. 30677 MIPS in Sandra too. Beat that? A FX-60 is hard pressed too. Basicly I have a $189 CPU that I had to pay $219 for that no AMD can match with air/watter cooling.
  23. blue_dragon

    blue_dragon Newcomer, in training Posts: 278

    wooooho

    115 secs @ 2M on barton 3000+ 333fsb, 1 gig hyperx, 42 processes, 7200rpm hd
  24. Mirob

    Mirob TechSpot Paladin Posts: 841

    115 seconds? You mean 1:55 right?
  25. Condor

    Condor TechSpot Maniac Posts: 461

    hey vnf4ultra , what program did you used to take snapshot of your screen while those program running?

    :)
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