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  1. #16
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    i think that was my core duo you listed at 1.67ghz? it's actually a t2300 as opposed to the 5200e

    i saw i was noted in the help section and much appreciated but for accuracy you might want to revise that particular score label.

    i say we keep the scores coming and really make this benchmark something. perhaps the next super pi? who knows.
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    10.5 for me.

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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    Ok. I can report scores in kilobytes per second instead of megabytes. That would give a much finer score than what is reported now.

    Sorry about the Core Duo thing. It's kind of hard when people only list frequency. I'll correct it in the next release.

    It would really do some good if I could get some results at stock speeds as opposed to mostly overclocked results. Also, please note what CPU exactly you ran it on if it isn't the one in your signature or "My System" thing. It will help me record the scores more accurately.

    Thanks again for the input, folks. Keep the scores coming!
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by SuBX3r0 View Post
    i think that was my core duo you listed at 1.67ghz? it's actually a t2300 as opposed to the 5200e

    i saw i was noted in the help section and much appreciated but for accuracy you might want to revise that particular score label.

    i say we keep the scores coming and really make this benchmark something. perhaps the next super pi? who knows.
    they are looking for a next hall of fame thread for a benchmark here on the forum.
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    7.7 here!

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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by Slobbingham View Post
    7.7 here!
    What CPU? Is it overclocked?
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    Version 1.2 is out now. It reports scores in kilobytes instead of megabytes, so you can get a finer score. I've also added the reference score that tuskenraider posted. Finally, I added an option to display (or not) the overclocked reference scores.

    Aleris ALU Benchmark v1.2 Final

    We could really use a larger amount of non-overclocked reference scores. Some Athlon XPs, Pentium 4/Ds, and Core 2 Duos would be nice.

    Enjoy the release.
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    2.2 GHZ Toledo AMD Athlon X2 4400+ Stock
    Ok here it is 8,073 KBps

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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    I just noticed that I forgot to add Meridian's name to the thanks list. It's been corrected and will show up in the next revision. Sorry about that!
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    Tested my Opty 148 at stock 2.2ghz: 8,184KB

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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    10,979 @ 2880mhz
    Ran with AV and typical setup running in the background.



    11,382 @ 3000mhz
    Ran with AV and typical setup running in the background.



    Edit: Changed my sig to reflect what I'm currently running. This Opty 165 is fairly new so it's still in testing. So far, I've hit 3.0Ghz, but it's not 8 hours P95 stable.... yet.
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by TBird761 View Post
    I just noticed that I forgot to add Meridian's name to the thanks list. It's been corrected and will show up in the next revision. Sorry about that!
    Doesn't worry me one way or the other mate - just seemed an obvious suggestion.


    And the result for 1.2 is 10,156


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    Last edited by Meridian; 11-02-2006 at 12:32 PM.

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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    It was a good suggestion.

    So what do you all feel about the benchmark as it stands in version 1.2? Any suggestions, comments, or criticisms?
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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    Longer test? It's over so quickly that I feel slightly suspicious. Perhaps twice, then average?


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    Re: New CPU Benchmark

    I like this benchmark and the GUI, in particular. It's simple and seems to be well thought out.

    Changing from Mb to Kb was a good move, psychologically. I also like the fact that the benchmark is completed within a reasonable time for "scores."

    When/If you decide to go multi-threaded, will an alternative benchmark be available to use it more as a stability testing platform? Possibly something similar to Orthos is used today? Maybe the current benchmark AND a longer benchmark could be made available under the same app. A quick one for "scores" and another much longer one for stability testing?

    When it says Generating Test Data, is the data completely held in memory? How about when it's completing the encryption?

    Is anything written to the hard drive or swap file?

    When will Aleris will be available as an encryption program? Will the source code be available so the logic algorithm can be reviewed by peers for robustness?

    Sorry for not inputting a result at Stock speed. This current config has never run stable at stock speeds. Weird, huh? The lowest I can bring it down to is 9x208/208 which is still 72mhz above stock. Anything lower will cause the rig to fail to boot. If you'd like for me submit 9x208 anyway, just let me know and it's done.

    Overall, I really like the benchmark and will check in from time to time to see how it's coming along.

    Best of luck to you.
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