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For the last few months, I was developing this new tool for CPU and memory (system/video) benchmarking, called SonicGGS. It is a Windows application with no additional library dependancies. GGS is short for Graphical Gravity Simulator.

As the name implies, this program was build not just to benchmark computers, but to also simulate gravitational interactions. This type of calculations are very CPU-intensive, and are perfect for multi-CPU (or multi-core) system benchmarking.

Algorithm used can utilize not just single, or two parallel CPUs, but more than a 1000 CPUs or cores, the number you probably won't ever see on your desktop system.

After you benchmark your system (which takes only one minute), you can submit your results to the program's benchmarking score database, and compare your results with the results of other computers.

Program is only about 500kb to download, and no installation needed.

You can download it from http://sublimis.sytes.net/ggs/files/
You can view current benchmarking results at http://sublimis.sytes.net/ggs/benchmark/
For more information about the program, go to http://sublimis.sytes.net/ggs/
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the links dont work and what does this benchmark tell you reallly.. how is it compaired to real world use why should we be sucked in with your benchmark is it really a bench mark or something more for stability testing like a burn in program..
    
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Sorry about that, seems like the provider was down for some short time... what are the odds for that.

This program is mainly for benchmark, but can be used for stability testing too, if it is used in simulation mode. Benchmarking takes only one minute.

Real world conditions close to SonicGGS computations are modern 3D games for example, as the majority of them are simulating some physical system in one way or the other, with heavy utilization of FPU.

That's why you'll notice Athlons kicking the butts of Intel processors.

The program is also testing video/system memory speed thru measuring maximum FPS achieved. If you get low maximum FPS result, you'll probably also get poor performance in any modern 3D game.
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i know it wont last .. but yea.. im number one on the list.. muhahahahahahahahahahahahah i dont like the interface doesnt seem to be to friendly to someone like myself.. and its really weak on the visual side hell i could bearly see the little lines moving on the screen but okay.. i ran it.. it doesnt really tell me anything useful tho.. maybe you can highlight some of the features and the uses for this program.. i understand its a benchmark but still dont see any reason why i should use this over something like sisoft or 3dmark .. im not trying to piss in your soup or anything.. just curious..
    
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Just took the #1 spot... Your software seems to have a problem reading my cpu. It says it has a speed of 205mhz...lol.
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all well 8 minutes..
    
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Originally Posted by Sublimis
For the last few months, I was developing this new tool for CPU and memory (system/video) benchmarking, called SonicGGS. It is a Windows application with no additional library dependancies. GGS is short for Graphical Gravity Simulator.

As the name implies, this program was build not just to benchmark computers, but to also simulate gravitational interactions. This type of calculations are very CPU-intensive, and are perfect for multi-CPU (or multi-core) system benchmarking.

Algorithm used can utilize not just single, or two parallel CPUs, but more than a 1000 CPUs or cores, the number you probably won't ever see on your desktop system.

After you benchmark your system (which takes only one minute), you can submit your results to the program's benchmarking score database, and compare your results with the results of other computers.

Program is only about 500kb to download, and no installation needed.

You can download it from http://sublimis.sytes.net/ggs/files/SonicGGS-60405.zip
You can view current benchmarking results at http://sublimis.sytes.net/ggs/benchmark/
For more information about the program, go to http://sublimis.sytes.net/ggs/
Can you emphasize on "simulate gravitational interactions." Are we helping with some sort of research here or what?
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i know it wont last .. but yea.. im number one on the list.. muhahahahahahahahahahahahah i dont like the interface doesnt seem to be to friendly to someone like myself.. and its really weak on the visual side hell i could bearly see the little lines moving on the screen but okay.. i ran it.. it doesnt really tell me anything useful tho.. maybe you can highlight some of the features and the uses for this program.. i understand its a benchmark but still dont see any reason why i should use this over something like sisoft or 3dmark .. im not trying to piss in your soup or anything.. just curious..
Benchmark feature is not intended to be pretty or somethink like that, it just needs to do the job, and to do it well.
If you want to see something more visually attractive, press X for Examples and load something from there (press SPACE to run the simulation afterwards).

The two numbers you get from benchmark may be not very useful to you as such, but when you compare it with other computer's results (hint benchmark results database), you get the picture.
Or, you can compare your GGSMark result to 10'000 (ten thousand), the result I get on my weak little Tualatin 1400@1500 MHz
Hell, that dual Opteron guy is having like five times more powerful computer.

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Originally Posted by busa
Just took the #1 spot... Your software seems to have a problem reading my cpu. It says it has a speed of 205mhz...lol.
Yeah, that's kind of weird, I never had any problems in determining cpu freq.
Can you please tell me what cpu this is, and is it a permanent problem, or happened just once?
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SonicGGS Benchmark
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Benchmark completed successfully!



GGSMark: 32946

MaxFPS: 397



Please submit your results by pressing

submit button on the main benchmark dialog.
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OK
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