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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-09-2006, 11:56 PM - Thread Starter
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This is the newest version of SuperPI which is v1.5 mod xs.


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post #2 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-10-2006, 08:30 AM
 
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Whats the difference between v1.5 and the previous one?

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A bug was fixed that caused random 15msec jumps. This is also the newest official version with validation.

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sorry to bring this thread back, but how do you validate and is there anywhere here at overclock.net to post the results ?
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Very nice, thanks
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What does this tool do?

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wow great lol wth is this a bug or what ?

not even 40 % is used of my cpu wtX ? and my 1M is so slow .... 17sec ?????
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wow great lol wth is this a bug or what ?

not even 40 % is used of my cpu wtX ? and my 1M is so slow .... 17sec ?????
Nothing wrong with that time - its basically the same that i get at that clock speed.

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wow great lol wth is this a bug or what ?

not even 40 % is used of my cpu wtX ? and my 1M is so slow .... 17sec ?????
Super Pi is a single threaded application. It will only use 1 core and relies heavily on clock speed.


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Thanks for the info din't know that REP ,282 REPs nice good number



went to 15 at 3,6Ghz is this good ??
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