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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

alice
05-29-2009, 03:04 AM
hi,

update to v1.40:

http://www.250kb.de/u/090528/p/acb0e41e.png

* v1.40, application name change, to MaxxPI˛ - PreView - Single (28/05/2009)
* v1.40, change in OS name detection (28/05/2009)
* v1.40, added 256M calculation option for x64 (28/05/2009) NEW!

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Aguiluz
05-31-2009, 10:43 AM
Using Mobile AMD Sempron 3500+, 1.8GHz, 1GB DDR2 RAM.

Digits of Pi: 8M

Calculated in 2m 46s 620ms 893 us
Displayed in 04s 110ms 493us

Reached 8M score: 49.2K/sec

Is that good?

alice
06-03-2009, 02:19 AM
hi,


Using Mobile AMD Sempron 3500+, 1.8GHz, 1GB DDR2 RAM.

Digits of Pi: 8M

Calculated in 2m 46s 620ms 893 us
Displayed in 04s 110ms 493us

Reached 8M score: 49.2K/sec

Is that good?

it's ok, for this kind of CPU.

and now new as a part of MaxxPI˛'s memory benchmark,
as preview-version (Memory/Latency, v1.05):

http://www.250kb.de/u/090602/p/4377bd07.png

MaxxPI² - Introducing (http://www.maxxpi.net)

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alice
06-19-2009, 04:07 PM
hi,
update MaxxPI˛ - PreView - Single to v1.41
http://www.250kb.de/u/090619/p/c492f4c7.png
• v1.41, Batchmode added (18/06/2009) NEW!

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alice
07-16-2009, 03:59 PM
hi,

MaxxPI˛ - PreView - Multi (multicore/thread)

http://www.250kb.de/u/090716/p/42e25e15.png

This benchmark uses as formula the Chudnovsky algorithm, unlike the MaxxPI ˛ - PreView - Single that use the Gauss-Legendre algorithm.
The advantage of the Chudnovsky algorithm is, that principally, multi-core capability is possible. MaxxPI ˛ - PreView - Multi use this.
That means: That all available CPU cores work together on a single calculation. It was made sure that all CPU's equally served.
There is no optimization, so that no CPU manufacturer is preferred.

Technical:
MaxxPI˛ - PreView - Multi needs at least a dual-core processor and supports in the current version 1.07 CPU's with 2,3,4 and 8 Core's.
So the benchmark will only run on CPU's, with more than one core (HT core counts as real core, so 1+1HT core will accepted).

Maximum depth of calculation:
268.435.456 decimal places
•v1.07, initial public release (16/07/2009) NEW!

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jonathankru
08-08-2009, 08:15 AM
Thanks. I like the mem benchmark.
Very simple and easy to use.

FrozenIpaq
08-10-2009, 10:25 AM
Just wanted to say thanks. I just ran it and calculated pi to the 8M digit in about 9 seconds, great way to really show off the power of your CPU in a visual manner that people can understand. You always hear about super-computers trying to compute the last digit of the Pi value so it's nice to have a similar program on my computer :)

alice
09-10-2009, 11:19 PM
hi,

MaxxMIPS˛ - PreView v1.45
Pure CPU benchmark (CPU String/Integer -part, ALU)

http://www.250kb.de/u/090910/p/e92896b4.png



v1.45, initial public release (10/09/2009) NEW!



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alice
09-14-2009, 04:20 PM
hi,

MaxxFLOPS˛ - PreView v1.45
Pure CPU benchmark (CPU NPU)

http://www.250kb.de/u/090914/p/9ae754a9.png



v1.45, initial public release (13/09/2009) NEW!

alice
12-03-2009, 03:06 AM
hi,

for the intressed reader:

Memory all inclusive view (http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/result-browser/memory---all-inclusive.php)

Mips scaleability (http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/description/mips/mips-scaleability.php)

Flops scaleability (http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/description/flops/flops-scaleability.php)

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alice
12-22-2009, 12:30 AM
hi,

comming soon: first HWbot step, of 2(3)

best

alice
12-31-2009, 04:25 AM
hi,

Maxxmem˛-PreView update to v1.73:

http://www.250kb.de/u/091230/p/ac6792c6.png

v1.73, MaxxPI.net / HWbot.org submit added (30/12/2009) NEW!

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alice
01-23-2010, 08:42 PM
hi,

for interested readers:

Vcore characteristics (http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/special/vcore-characteristics.php)

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alice
07-01-2010, 06:51 AM
hi,

MaxxGC˛ - PreView: :)

http://250kb.de/u/100630/p/Ou2dem7WdWUO.png



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