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hey, what is/where do i get the newest version of superpi, I'm using 1.5 right now and it only utilizes one of my cores for some reason...
I've got the AMD dual core optimizer installed (although I don't know if it is correctly, because the process never shows up on my Ctrl-Alt-Delete list)
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This is the "official" superpi. If you are posting Superpi times it is the one to use, so everyone is on the same level. It hasn't been updated since 2006 though.

SuperPi 1.5XS
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alright, cool i think thats the one i have, but again it only uses 1 core, is that normal? my superPI 1m time is 29.89s
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Yes that's normal, superPI is a SINGLE-THREADED app, 1 core is as good as it gets sorry...
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