SuperPi Times

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  1. sk0rcher

    sk0rcher The universe is watching

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    Just curious, anyone interested in posting their times for calculating pi up to 32million decimal places? I ran it while browsing the web and got...

    e6300 running @ 2.8 Ghz, 2gig corsair xms ddr2 800:

    20 minutes 12 seconds

    Edit:
    Second time through, me doing nothing, programs closed got

    19 minutes 39 seconds
     
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  2. SeeVinceRun

    SeeVinceRun Currently In Prison OT Supporter

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    Just did it on my budget build running an AMD X2 4000+, stock speeds. 1 gig of 667 ram and XP Pro x64. Ill try it again when I get 4 gigs in there (on the way)

    22 min 40 seconds
     
  3. GooeyGus

    GooeyGus I has Laz0rz.

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    Ran it one time and went to watch a movie... I'm assuming th last line is my total time...

    16m 37s


    q6600 @ 3.15ghz
    2gigs ram

    :naughty:

    Edit: that was with a bunch of stuff running... i'll do one later with everything closed
     
  4. sk0rcher

    sk0rcher The universe is watching

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    You bastard, quad core no fair :p
     
  5. Doc Brown

    Doc Brown Don't make me make you my hobby

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    I tried running that program recently, and I couldn't figure out how to start it.
    On the version I downloaded, there was no start/go interface.
    And file didn't auto start when I opened it, either.

    :dunno:
     
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    lowfat 24/Mac/SciFi/PC Crew OT Supporter

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    SuperPi is single-threaded. Not going to make any difference.
     
  7. Doomsday

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    :werd:

    Use Hyper PI for multi-cores. It will run multiple instances of Super PI.
    But note that it's not accurate though,.. and is not a good benchmarking tool.
     
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    latest version: http://www.xtremesystems.com/pi/
    unzip
    run the exe
    calculate
    select digits of pi, hit ok
    ????
    profit
     
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    Doomsday XXX

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    and oh,.. beat mine :fawk:

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  10. sk0rcher

    sk0rcher The universe is watching

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    Well its clocked higher than mine, just saying I hate him for havin quad core :p
     

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