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    Default Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    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):



    and ended with that ( MaxxPI˛ - Introducing ) , showing here memory benchs:




    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:



    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 (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

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    hi,

    update to v1.40:



    * 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!

    cu

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    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?

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    hi,

    Quote Originally Posted by Aguiluz View Post
    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):



    MaxxPI² - Introducing

    cu

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    hi,
    update MaxxPI˛ - PreView - Single to v1.41

    • v1.41, Batchmode added (18/06/2009) NEW!

    cu

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    hi,

    MaxxPI˛ - PreView - Multi (multicore/thread)



    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!

    cu

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    Thanks. I like the mem benchmark.
    Very simple and easy to use.
    Intel i7 920 D0 @ 4.2Ghz+HT 1.36V / Gigabyte EX58-UD4P / G-Skill 3x2 gig DDR 2133 PERFECT STORM / MSI 5870 1GIG / Corsair HX1000 Watt/ CM Stacker 830 /
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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    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 :)

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    hi,

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




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



    cu

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    Default Re: Introducing: MaxxPI˛ - CPU/Memory benchmark

    hi,

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




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

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