Super PI Times

Whats your fastest Super PI times? Mines Are 47 secs on 1 Million digits and 44 minutes and 7 seconds on 32 million digits.
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  1. 37s for 1m with a few other apps running

    Athlon 64 3700+ San Diego w/ 2x1GB OCZ Platinum DDR-400
    both at a 5% O/C on an Asus A8N32-SLI
  2. 38 secs, but SuperPi is not mulithreaded so it doesn't really show what my X2 can do.
  3. 33@ 1m, both cores
  4. 36s now, increased the vcore to 1.45v and whacked the 3700+ to 2.36ghz
  5. BaronMatrix, that is correct. However it does clearly show what one core is capable of, which is the point of the benchmark.

    Anyways, at standard clock and mem settings I get 34sec on 1M. When I'm overclocked stable I can hit 28s.

    FYI for those interested the current verified world record is 17.76 Seconds by "Gamer" at Madshrimps.be with a Intel Core Duo T2600 overclocked to 3.4GHz.

    There is a currently unverified claim of a 16 second score with a 3.1GHz Conroe part floating around, we'll see.
  6. Turned everything off and reran. 28s @ 1M
  7. Sorry forgot to list my system specs
    Athlon xp 3200
    1 gig corsair ram ddr 400
    asus a78nx-x
    leadtek a400tdh(6800 agp)
    80 gig maxtor harddrive ide
    dvd rom drive (artec)
    500w psu(logisys)
  8. 32 sec on my 2.475ghz A64 X2
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    32 sec on my 2.475ghz A64 X2


    I get 12ns on my Quadra-Pan Radofor 2 Ultra @ 14,042THz w/ 512MB of Level 80 Cache. It's pretty intense, but I would expect a better score than that.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time
  10. My main computer (read: for gaming) really isn't anything interesting score-wise (read, again: I'm working on upgrading), but I do my 'net browsing and office application work on an old 900Mhz Celeron, and just for the hell of it, I ran SuperPi 1m on it. 3'02". Oh yeah.
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    I get 12ns on my Quadra-Pan Radofor 2 Ultra @ 14,042THz w/ 512MB of Level 80 Cache. It's pretty intense, but I would expect a better score than that.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time

    Again, the only person to not contribute anything of substance to the thread, I'm noticing a pattern, a sad, sad pattern.

    Anyways, here is another data point: My old AMD Athlon XP 2200+ gets 55 seconds. Not bad for my old file server! :)
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    I get 12ns on my Quadra-Pan Radofor 2 Ultra @ 14,042THz w/ 512MB of Level 80 Cache. It's pretty intense, but I would expect a better score than that.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time

    Again, the only person to not contribute anything of substance to the thread, I'm noticing a pattern, a sad, sad pattern.

    Anyways, here is another data point: My old AMD Athlon XP 2200+ gets 55 seconds. Not bad for my old file server! :)

    Substance? Is that like the game MGS? DUDE, THAT TOTALLY PWNZ0REZ!!

    I think somebody is PMSing over me ;). ehheehhe

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time
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    I get 12ns on my Quadra-Pan Radofor 2 Ultra @ 14,042THz w/ 512MB of Level 80 Cache. It's pretty intense, but I would expect a better score than that.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time

    Again, the only person to not contribute anything of substance to the thread, I'm noticing a pattern, a sad, sad pattern.

    Anyways, here is another data point: My old AMD Athlon XP 2200+ gets 55 seconds. Not bad for my old file server! :)

    Substance? Is that like the game MGS? DUDE, THAT TOTALLY PWNZ0REZ!!

    I think somebody is PMSing over me ;). ehheehhe

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time

    I think you're bringing this thread down, man.
  14. Quote:

    I get 12ns on my Quadra-Pan Radofor 2 Ultra @ 14,042THz w/ 512MB of Level 80 Cache. It's pretty intense, but I would expect a better score than that.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time

    Again, the only person to not contribute anything of substance to the thread, I'm noticing a pattern, a sad, sad pattern.

    Anyways, here is another data point: My old AMD Athlon XP 2200+ gets 55 seconds. Not bad for my old file server! :)

    Substance? Is that like the game MGS? DUDE, THAT TOTALLY PWNZ0REZ!!

    I think somebody is PMSing over me ;). ehheehhe

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time

    I think you're bringing this thread down, man.

    Ah dude, I'm sorry, let me bring it up with a soothing song.

    *melody plays and everybody starts getting happier*

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time
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    stuff
    more stufirrelevent stuff

    I think you're bringing this thread down, man.

    MMM makes me wish my php ignore extension for FF worked on this board. Things are so much smoother when a few select people on any given board can be kill-filed and thus hidden.
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    stuff
    more stufirrelevent stuff

    I think you're bringing this thread down, man.

    MMM makes me wish my php ignore extension for FF worked on this board. Things are so much smoother when a few select people on any given board can be kill-filed and thus hidden.

    Being alive makes me want to Breathe and Eat food.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time
  17. Okay, I'll admit it. Your need to capitalize the infinitive verbs you used made me chuckle, although I'd primarily attribute it to sleep deprevation.
  18. 37 seconds with a fairly clean install of windows with RAM C&Q enabled with asus AI 5% o/c. Mem running in DDR 333......
    3700+
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    Okay, I'll admit it. Your need to capitalize the infinitive verbs you used made me chuckle, although I'd primarily attribute it to sleep deprevation.


    Incorrect I Was Asleep For Quite The Exemptuously Illustriously Large Amounts Of Quantum Timeunisticism Today And Capitalized On Some Rather Lovely Comatose Situationalisticinanistalism.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time
  20. 44s for 1million digits on my xp 2600+ oc'd to 2.3
  21. 33 sn
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    32 sec on my 2.475ghz A64 X2


    I get 12ns on my Quadra-Pan Radofor 2 Ultra @ 14,042THz w/ 512MB of Level 80 Cache. It's pretty intense, but I would expect a better score than that.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time Mike stop and be serious!
  23. Mine is 41.2 secs with my old P4 2.8.
  24. 0 secs for the SuperPI 0M calc, and 0 secs when overclocked
  25. For 1m that is....
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    32 sec on my 2.475ghz A64 X2


    I get 12ns on my Quadra-Pan Radofor 2 Ultra @ 14,042THz w/ 512MB of Level 80 Cache. It's pretty intense, but I would expect a better score than that.

    ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time

    LOL!
    MMM! I want one of these! How much does it cost??? :lol: :lol: :lol:
  27. Here are my best times. I think X64 was good for one second faster times than Xp.

    1M in 30 seconds, 2M in 1:10.
  28. Where can I get a copy of superPI to run? Is it a free program, and could somebody pass me a link? I am also wondering about benchmarks in general, such as specInt2000 or specFP2000. Anyone know where to get those too? I've spent about 20 minutes googling and couldn't find the websites. Thanks
  29. I remember my Celeron D 310 o'ced to 3.2 GHz (800 fsb) would perform the 1M calc in 58 seconds.

    I think the Sempron 64 2800+ I had would calc 1 M super pi at just over a minute at stock clock speed. I don't remember what it did at 2.5 GHz anymore.
  30. I get 33s. With Athlon 64 3200+ overclocked to 280mhz (memory running at roughly 250mhz). THat's using the SSE version of Super Pi. The regular version does it in 34s.

    I haven't fully tested that setup, so i don't know about the 32m test, but at 250mhz (2250mhz core) it takes 32m 52s.
  31. Great anyone else?
  32. My P2 450MHz, stock. Memory 2-2-2.

    1M 5:31.
    P3 450MHz is seven seconds faster because super pi does not use SSE.
    If I over clock the FSB to 124MHz it's a whole minute faster.
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    My P2 450MHz, stock. Memory 2-2-2.

    1M 5:31.
    P3 450MHz is seven seconds faster because super pi does not use SSE.
    If I over clock the FSB to 124MHz it's a whole minute faster.
    Wow thats awesome! :D
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    My P2 450MHz, stock. Memory 2-2-2.

    1M 5:31.
    P3 450MHz is seven seconds faster because super pi does not use SSE.
    If I over clock the FSB to 124MHz it's a whole minute faster.
    Wow thats awesome! :D

    And almost certainly photoshopped.
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    My P2 450MHz, stock. Memory 2-2-2.

    1M 5:31.
    P3 450MHz is seven seconds faster because super pi does not use SSE.
    If I over clock the FSB to 124MHz it's a whole minute faster.
    Wow thats awesome! :D

    And almost certainly photoshopped. Cant you hint my sarcasm? :roll:
  36. I got 35s @ 1M with normal background task.

    My specs Pentium D 840 3.2Ghz oc 3.840Ghz (20%oc) at 1.36 volts air cooled.
    4X512Mb Corsair XMS2 DDR2 533 @ 400mhz 3-3-3-6-11 at 1.9volts
  37. By the way here's the pic.

    http://img269.imageshack.us/img269/4210/superpiscore1mb4pp.th.png

    I have read that Super PI is not multithreaded, so I guess my cpu is not good compare to a single core cpu? :?
  38. Nope, it's just a big pile of heat! Actually, your not really losing any ground on a single core processor, as long as it's at the same clock speeds or lower. Since your running it at 3.8, it's gonna be as fast as any stock single core Pentium.

    I'm too lazy to make a pic of my score, but my 3800+ X2 @2.7 ran it in 34 seconds. It probably should run even better than that by a little from what I'm seeing, but I'd probably need to tweak some settings first.
  39. You want a real laugh, I'll hook back up my K6-2-450.
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    You want a real laugh, I'll hook back up my K6-2-450.
    Ok go ahead i would like to see it. :D
  41. I got 37s @1mb with my spec below. Test with both 1gig and 2gig Corsair XMS timing at 3-4-3-4, not difference both 37s
  42. I've got a Pentium 133 that I could run it on. I'll watch a movie while I wait for the results.
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    I've got a Pentium 133 that I could run it on. I'll watch a movie while I wait for the results.
    Do it i'll wait :D
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    37 seconds with a fairly clean install of windows with RAM C&Q enabled with asus AI 5% o/c. Mem running in DDR 333......
    3700+


    This is why I believe the superpi bench is pointless. My x2 4200+ 4GB crucial pc3200 got 41s . Some with sempron 2800+ get identical time as mine. 8O
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    My P2 450MHz, stock. Memory 2-2-2.

    1M 5:31.
    P3 450MHz is seven seconds faster because super pi does not use SSE.
    If I over clock the FSB to 124MHz it's a whole minute faster.

    Your o'ced PIII isn't doing too bad. It's right on the heels of a Penium 4 at 1.5 GHz! http://www.aceshardware.com/Spades/read.php?article_id=15000208

    Superpi benches are about 1/2 way down the page. Lots of good oldies in that chart. The K6 has a "strong" showing, lol. :P
  46. :oops: 53 on a xp 2800 with 1 gig of ram

    i've now got it down to 49 i was so ashamed of the old time i overclocked to xp 3000 and still only got 49 seconds
  47. Loop one took 45 seconds with my K6-2-450, loop two crashed!

    I'll up the Vcore and play with memory to get it stable, but it looks like it will take over 10 minutes (1M) once I have it working right.

    Results tonight.
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