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I smell a new OCN competition!

Indeed! biggrin.gif

Gah, need a 670/680 to be competitive on the GPU score.

CPU: 480714
AMP: 104887
TOTAL: 109154




Switching to 7970. wink.gif See what you made me do; I'm supposed to be grading these undergrad exams. tongue.gif
    
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Here you go sir all stock and looks like it sux biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Ashtyr View Post

Phenom II X6 4Ghz
GTX 670

CPU SCORE 114401
SCORE 55810
OVERALL SCORE 57270
 

Thanks for the score :)  What CPU memory are you running?

 

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Originally Posted by veblen View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rasparthe View Post

I smell a new OCN competition!

Indeed! biggrin.gif

Gah, need a 670/680 to be competitive on the GPU score.

CPU: 480714
AMP: 104887
TOTAL: 109154


Switching to 7970. wink.gif See what you made me do; I'm supposed to be grading these undergrad exams. tongue.gif

Hah, I think Kepler has an advantage over Fermi here :D  Nice CPU score though.  CPU score doesn't affect the total score much though - as long as it's 2x more than the AMP score then you're at the max.  Like having 50k vantage CPU doesn't really give you many more points when your GPU can only do 3k ;)

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time for 4.8 ghz biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by dhenzjhen View Post

Here you go sir all stock and looks like it sux biggrin.gif
 

 

Quadro 6000 is Fermi based? heh I think the single core speed also brings down the AMP score.  The CPU score seems low though, the software should recognise all the threads.  Can you confirm it's using near 100% of the CPU in the CPU tests?

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Did it! biggrin.gif

CPU: 485832
AMP: 140470
TOTAL: 145646




Now I can get back to grading. Just 100 more exams to go.

Edit: Checking my earlier score with the 2700K at 5.45GHz, the 7970 scored a lot lower there. Either I didn't apply the OC on the GPU, or GPU score scales with CPU power?
Edited by veblen - 11/21/12 at 11:44am
    
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There is a cin.get(); at the end before main() returns smile.gif  using namespace std makes everything easier

Should have been more specific, can it be added at the beggining of main() so it doesn't start right of the bat? smile.gif (I have a habit of clicking on stuff accidentally lol)
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Originally Posted by borandi View Post

I'm not au fait with your easter egg frown.gif

Nvm, seems it's part of libcpuid...
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Code:
char *__cdecl sub_409670(int a1, int a2, int a3, int a4, int a5)
{
  signed int v6; // [sp+0h] [bp-10h]@3
  signed int v7; // [sp+4h] [bp-Ch]@1
  int v8; // [sp+8h] [bp-8h]@1
  int i; // [sp+Ch] [bp-4h]@1

  v7 = -1;
  v8 = 0;
  sub_409600(
    3,
    "Matching cpu f:%d, m:%d, s:%d, xf:%d, xm:%d, ncore:%d, l2:%d, bcode:%d, code:%d\n",
    *(_DWORD *)(a3 + 212));
  for ( i = 0; i < a2; ++i )
  {
    v6 = sub_4097B0(a1 + 68 * i, a3, a4, a5);
    sub_409600(3, "Entry %d, `%s', score %d\n", i);
    if ( v6 > v7 )
    {
      sub_409600(2, "Entry `%s' selected - best score so far (%d)\n", (_BYTE)a1 + 68 * i + 36);
      v7 = v6;
      v8 = i;
    }
  }
  return strcpy((char *)(a3 + 284), (const char *)(a1 + 68 * v8 + 36));
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Originally Posted by borandi View Post

 Nice little tool, you've really mastered AHK! impressive as always

Thanks, I wanted to make it calculate CPU & AMP subscores too but I got lost in your crazy algo sad-smiley-002.gif
Here is what I could figure out of it, tho I got lost when I couldn't figure who v48 is: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Code:
v11 = SUBTEST1
v16 = SUBTEST2
v21 = SUBTEST3
v29 = SUBTEST4
v35 = SUBTEST5
v39 = SUBTEST6
v52 = CPU SCORE
v51 = AMP SCORE
Total score = 1.0 / (0.949999988079071 / v52 + 0.05000000074505806 / v52)
----------------------------------
v50 = 8.388608 / (v50 / 1000.0) * (sub_403470(v50))
v52 = 0.524288 / ((v50 + 1) / 1000.0) * (sub_401CA0(v50 + 4))
v54 = 0.131072 / (v51) * (sub_4019F0(v51 + 4))
v53 = 0.131072 / (v48 / 1000.0) * (sub_402F30(v48))

CPU = ((v52 * 0.33 + v53 * 0.25 + v54 + 4) * 0.45) * 1000.0
AMP = ((v51 * 0.37 + v53[8] * 0.26 + v50 + 4) * 0.37) * 100.0

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Originally Posted by borandi View Post

Hopefully the CPU size loves cores and HT.  The GPU side loves single core speed though - preferably BCLK over multiplier.  At least that's what I'm seeing, but I think there may be an issue on the C++ AMP coding beyond what I've done.  I'll try and rework it for v0.5.

Don't worry, so far works great wink.gif

PS; As a (personal) favor can you make an alternate compile with MinGW (+/- cpu optimisations) for the sake of comparison? (Include AMP+ locally as MinGW might NOT have it installed). Sorry if it's too much work.

Cheers!

EDIT: Now you made me curios about AMP, started some basic functions and so far I noticed that compiling with /fp:fast favors the AMP code quite a bit, you should give it a try (ofc if the computation isn't very dependent on the values returned lol).
Edited by GENiEBEN - 11/21/12 at 12:34pm
post #48 of 142
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dhenzjhen View Post

Here you go sir all stock and looks like it sux biggrin.gif

 

Quadro 6000 is Fermi based? heh I think the single core speed also brings down the AMP score.  The CPU score seems low though, the software should recognise all the threads.  Can you confirm it's using near 100% of the CPU in the CPU tests?



yup it's a fermi based.

On stage 1 and 2 I noticed 97-98% usage on the cpu, but on stage 3 it's using 100%.



EDIT: 16 cores HT disabled.
Edited by dhenzjhen - 11/21/12 at 11:48am
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Originally Posted by borandi View Post

Quadro 6000 is Fermi based? heh I think the single core speed also brings down the AMP score.  The CPU score seems low though, the software should recognise all the threads.  Can you confirm it's using near 100% of the CPU in the CPU tests?

Sorry, forgot to add my RAM specs:

DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666)
• Timing 9-9-9-24
• Cas Latency 9
• Voltage 1.5V


all stock. What are your plans for future releases? Nice work btw thumb.gif
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