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Compare your scores with what you see here.
Hehe, my old score is still there when i had my celeron =D, the slowest computer in the whole list. Im, <cry> so <cry> proud.
 
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Hehe, my old score is still there when i had my celeron =D, the slowest computer in the whole list. Im, <cry> so <cry> proud.
I'm sorry, tylerand. I didn't mean to bring back any painful memories... .
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I don't know what the best is, but I get 33.031 on the 1m test with my manchester.
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16.078 seconds for 512,000

36.547 seconds for 1 Million

1 minute 23.359 seconds for 2 Million
Those are pretty much what I get on my 4400+ stock at 2.2GHz--sometimes 15s for the 512k time and something like 34s for the 1m time on my 4400+--I think I might have a slight advantage in superpi 'cause of the extra cache, but I don't know how much of a factor that is. But all in all, that's about normal for that processor.
    
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cache makes a small difference in times...like .3 sec

My times at all speeds were around .2-.6sec faster than my brothers rig...same exact setup, just an e6400 instead of the 6700. We had a little comparison test, between our computers at the same clock speeds.
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cache makes a small difference in times...like .3 sec

My times at all speeds were around .2-.6sec faster than my brothers rig...same exact setup, just an e6400 instead of the 6700. We had a little comparison test, between our computers at the same clock speeds.
Interesting. I was always curious just now much cache mattered in superpi--there are tons of people that make it seem like it's such a big difference (like between a E6300 and 6600), though there was no proof. Besides, I'm wondering if 0.3s can just be attributed to randomness, or different background processes, and not necessarily due to cache size. Though if it's always faster for the 6700, then I guess it is the cache--just didn't realize how little a difference it makes.
    
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Interesting. I was always curious just now much cache mattered in superpi--there are tons of people that make it seem like it's such a big difference (like between a E6300 and 6600), though there was no proof. Besides, I'm wondering if 0.3s can just be attributed to randomness, or different background processes, and not necessarily due to cache size. Though if it's always faster for the 6700, then I guess it is the cache--just didn't realize how little a difference it makes.
Yeah, my brother and I used the same 'profile' for our running processes, to make sure we had a semi-stable environment. We even set our RAM to the same timings and voltage for each speed test. He has the copy of the results, but they went something like this;

2.6ghz = 18.8sec average for e6700 vs. 19.3sec average for e6400
3.2ghz = 16.7sec average for e6700 vs. 17.0sec average for e6400
3.6ghz = 15.1sec average for e6700 vs. 15.6sec average for e6400

and so on. Our tests stopped just after 3.7ghz, as my brothers rig is air cooled, and couldn't hang w/ the temps on 1.58vcore!
OOhh well, anyways, you get the idea.
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Yeah, my brother and I used the same 'profile' for our running processes, to make sure we had a semi-stable environment. We even set our RAM to the same timings and voltage for each speed test. He has the copy of the results, but they went something like this;

2.6ghz = 18.8sec average for e6700 vs. 19.3sec average for e6400
3.2ghz = 16.7sec average for e6700 vs. 17.0sec average for e6400
3.6ghz = 15.1sec average for e6700 vs. 15.6sec average for e6400

and so on. Our tests stopped just after 3.7ghz, as my brothers rig is air cooled, and couldn't hang w/ the temps on 1.58vcore!
OOhh well, anyways, you get the idea.
Good deal, thanks for the clarification.

As an off-topic--we both live in Sac. Well, not really--I hate to admit it, but I live in Davis, though it's just easier to say Sacramento.
    
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it's just easier to say Sacramento.


Davis is cool..to visit.
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Davis is cool..to visit.
Davis is cool...to leave. But school here, can't do much about that.
    
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