alice

04-27-2009, 01:55 PM

hi all,

today, i will introduce my benchmark,

that i develop since 2006 - until now...

it started with this version in 2006-2007 (developing stopped):

http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/1459/unbenanntbl0.jpg

and ended with that ( MaxxPI˛ - Introducing (http://www.MaxxPi.net) ) , showing here memory benchs:

http://www.250kb.de/u/081202/p/4ba54a4d.png

http://www.250kb.de/u/081202/p/6bc3da3b.png

http://www.250kb.de/u/081202/p/31c6e06b.png

for now, it's an closed beta, but if you want you can test MaxxPi-PreView,

it contains the PI-Engine of MaxxPi˛, so the reaced results are exactly the same:

here some screen's from MaxxPi-PreView:

http://www.250kb.de/u/081201/p/87670804.png

http://img505.imageshack.us/img505/5526/bild5se5.jpg

features:

MMX / SSE Support

hardware based time measurement to, approx. 1-2ms exactly

arithmetic-deep: 128 m max.

memory usage approx. 1.2gb ram (with 128M)

multithread (not multicore, MaxxPi˛ will do multicore, not the preview)

description of score: K / sec.:

is given to compare easier achieved results,

so instead of having to say 2min 32sec 343ms...

now you need only to tell on single number, k/sec.

it is nothing else than:

the number of calculated decimal places per sec. in K (1024)

for example:

1m became 356.2 (K/sec.) means that the cpu was able to

calculate 364,748.8 (1024 x 356.2) decimal places per sec.

further informations:

download: MaxxPI˛ - Introducing (http://www.maxxpi.net) (zip file, about 500kbyte, no install)

if anybody will take part (closed beta) please contact me via PM.

tell me about your used HW, and your preferred nick and email-adress.

regards

alice

today, i will introduce my benchmark,

that i develop since 2006 - until now...

it started with this version in 2006-2007 (developing stopped):

http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/1459/unbenanntbl0.jpg

and ended with that ( MaxxPI˛ - Introducing (http://www.MaxxPi.net) ) , showing here memory benchs:

http://www.250kb.de/u/081202/p/4ba54a4d.png

http://www.250kb.de/u/081202/p/6bc3da3b.png

http://www.250kb.de/u/081202/p/31c6e06b.png

for now, it's an closed beta, but if you want you can test MaxxPi-PreView,

it contains the PI-Engine of MaxxPi˛, so the reaced results are exactly the same:

here some screen's from MaxxPi-PreView:

http://www.250kb.de/u/081201/p/87670804.png

http://img505.imageshack.us/img505/5526/bild5se5.jpg

features:

MMX / SSE Support

hardware based time measurement to, approx. 1-2ms exactly

arithmetic-deep: 128 m max.

memory usage approx. 1.2gb ram (with 128M)

multithread (not multicore, MaxxPi˛ will do multicore, not the preview)

description of score: K / sec.:

is given to compare easier achieved results,

so instead of having to say 2min 32sec 343ms...

now you need only to tell on single number, k/sec.

it is nothing else than:

the number of calculated decimal places per sec. in K (1024)

for example:

1m became 356.2 (K/sec.) means that the cpu was able to

calculate 364,748.8 (1024 x 356.2) decimal places per sec.

further informations:

download: MaxxPI˛ - Introducing (http://www.maxxpi.net) (zip file, about 500kbyte, no install)

if anybody will take part (closed beta) please contact me via PM.

tell me about your used HW, and your preferred nick and email-adress.

regards

alice