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Hey guys thought that it might be cool to see how fast your work PC is compared to your desktop PC at home.

Only rule is that the PC must be at your workplace (including school) and be able to list the specs, If you work from home thats cheating


Since SuperPi and CPU-Z do not require installation onto the PC you should be OK to get away with it on a corporate PC (like Mine) but dont blame me if you get in trouble.

http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php
http://www.xtremesystems.com/pi/

My work PC is:
IBM Thinkcentre with
Intel 3.0GHz Northwood (800MHz) 512kb L2
512Mb of DDR333 @ 2.5-3-3-7
865P based IBM motherboard
Onboard Graphics

SuperPi 1M = 59.550secs

Home PC (see sys spec) = 31.000sec

So Home PC 192% increase
(work PC / Home PC x 100)

How about you guys?


So Far:
Skeegle: 507%
tUDJ:265%
MjrTom: 192%
 

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Originally Posted by tUDJ View Post
what about college/school pcs?
Updated original post to take this into account
 

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just tried to run CPUZ without much luck

CPUZ shows a 2.8GHz P4 with 1mb of L2 and 508MB or RAM but doesnt show anything else at all :|

super Pi 1M = 51.298s

My Home PC does SuperPI 1M in 19.3s


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I'm in a different classroom than usuall so i will run again on the slightly better PCs we usually use, next week
 

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My school's PCs:

Intel P4 Northwood 2.8ghz, 800mhz, 512kb.
SuperPi 1M: 1:09.29

My Home PC
Intel C2D e6700 @ 3.7ghz, 1478fsb, 4mb.
SuperPi 1M: 13.672sec

Haha, yea thats 510% increase in speed.
 

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School PCs:

G3 eMac 1Ghz, 256mb RAM, onboard graphics, 40gb HDD.
Dunno super pi, is there a version for OSX?

Home PC:
3700+ @ 3 Ghz, fastest superpi is 26.859 seconds @ 3.1
 
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