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My $1200 alienware laptop from 2009....sigh, sucks so bad. Oh, running win8

ouch!
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That's not bad for a GT240M with only 48 CUDA cores smile.gif The CPU has held up pretty well compared to the latest AMD Piledriver processors
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That's not bad for a GT240M with only 48 CUDA cores smile.gif The CPU has held up pretty well compared to the latest AMD Piledriver processors

Yea it's one of those CPU's that shuts down cores to bring up clock speed on the remaining cores...can't remember the name of the technology. But it has held it's own, but now in comparison to 5xx/6xx GPUs and Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge it's not even in the race. I'd be willing to bet a AMD 955 BE could beat the CPU scores.
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Yea it's one of those CPU's that shuts down cores to bring up clock speed on the remaining cores...can't remember the name of the technology. But it has held it's own, but now in comparison to 5xx/6xx GPUs and Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge it's not even in the race. I'd be willing to bet a AMD 955 BE could beat the CPU scores.

You mean Turbo Boost?

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You mean Turbo Boost?

Looks like
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One trick that this microcontroller enables is the oh-so creatively named "Turbo mode" built into the Core i7. This feature pushes the active cores beyond their baseline clock frequencies when the CPU isn't at full utilization. Turbo mode operates according to some simple rules. In the event that a single-threaded application is occupying one core while the rest are idle, Turbo mode will raise clock speeds by as much as two full "ticks" beyond the baseline. For instance, for our Core i7-965 Extreme processor, Turbo mode could raise the multiplier from 24 to 26, or the core clocks from 3.2 GHz to 3.46 GHz, since the base clock in Core i7 systems runs at 133 MHz. With two or more threads active, Turbo mode will only raise clock speeds by one tick. All of this happens automatically using the same basic P-state mechanism as SpeedStep.
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Ok I'll play

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CPU : 331846
AMP : 90441
Total : 93854

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awesome, soon this will be a popular benchmark, if you can use this to stress both CPU and iGPU for stability test then will be wonderful!
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awesome, soon this will be a popular benchmark, if you can use this to stress both CPU and iGPU for stability test then will be wonderful!
This program is stressful enough, since it uses 100%, but it doesn't indicate errors etc.. it just calculates. Maybe he will add it in future releases.
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Thanks smile.gif I have a few things on the list:
a) Make it multi GPU aware, but you have to use the same GPUs (no mix/match or hybrid)
b) PCIe speed seems to be a big limitation, as well as single core speed. I think this is linked to some read/write segments of the code I need to optimise/adjust.
c) Add in an N-body type simulation
d) Verifiable output + appropriate website to deal with uploaded scores.
Scores will probably not be comparable across versions. But there'll be enough improvement between released versions rather than ditching scoreboard xyz and starting over. I ran this one across as many configs as I had setup at the time before release just to make sure it wasn't FUBARed smile.gif New versions will be similarly tested until we're all happy biggrin.gif

a) Do it only for the parts of the benchmark that are actually going to benefit smile.gifcpp amp (Click to show)
b) THIS IS GOOD actually, better mobo/platform inceptive wink.gif
c) Im in the process of porting that to a dll without GUI
d) Cool biggrin.gif
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That calculation looks vile, nothing like what I've coded biggrin.gif The Total Score one is right, but the rest look bad. I didn't use any of the sub_40xxxx functions you list. Each subtest has a simple weighting for the CPU and AMP scores.

Remember it's just pseudocode, when you compile even a simple 1 + 1 is written in over 10 instructions that converted back to readable code look funny, tho you can figure out it was a simple 1 + 1 smile.gif
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C++ AMP is a part of the VS2012 IDE. I come from a coding background of just using visual studio, not worrying about linking or anything major, so I don't really know what MinGW is or what to do with it :/ Sorry
I'll try with the AMP flag, though I think most of my matrix calcs are doubles for a reason. I'll see what happens when I degrade them all to floats (probably boost the scores quite a lot).

I know I like VSIDE as much, the benefit of MinGW(gcc) is that you can port this stuff and usually builds faster .exe's. When you have a final version I can help you. Btw, try alternate SSE2/AVX builds, SB/IB users should benefit.
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Score for you, going for the low score title.

Haha you sure you can beat my score !? tongue.gif
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