[RC5] K6-2 Benchmarks?

Steve Bird sbird at UATC.com
Mon Nov 9 16:18:39 EST 1998


I have the exact same configuration except I'm running at 450Mhz.  I've
learned to never stray from Intel.
I'm taking down about 1.2x million keys/sec

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Shon Burton [mailto:Sburton at WATG.com]
		Sent:	Monday, November 09, 1998 12:18 PM
		To:	'rc5 at lists.distributed.net'
		Subject:	RE: [RC5] K6-2 Benchmarks?

		Is anyone running an overclocked Celeron? I am a big
advocate of AMD,
		and I bought one of the first K6-200's. But I was
disappointed at the
		delay of the K6-3 w/internal cache. Thus, when it came time
for me to
		upgrade, the pull of the dark side was too great... I ended
up with a
		Celeron 300a (128k internal cache). Because of the internal
cache, and
		its PII heritage core, the 300a are easily overclockable to
450+. Mine
		runs at 463.5mhz and about 1.30M keys per second. 
		I hope to see the K6-3 and the K7 soon... I would like to be
powered by
		AMD once again...

		-Shon

				-----Original Message-----
				From:	Clayton, Dennis
		[mailto:dgclayton at regentsystems.com]
				Sent:	Monday, November 09, 1998 7:29 AM
				To:	'rc5 at lists.distributed.net'
				Subject:	RE: [RC5] K6-2 Benchmarks?

				What are the Cyrix 300's getting ? Anyone
know?
				My k6-2 gets on about 125kk/s more than my
Cyrix200MX
				That's pitiful.
				the Cyrix 300's have to be pretty fast.

				> -----Original Message-----
				> From:	rc5.7 at juno.com [SMTP:rc5.7 at juno.com]
				> Sent:	Thursday, November 05, 1998 7:53 PM
				> To:	rc5 at lists.distributed.net
				> Subject:	Re: [RC5] K6-2 Benchmarks?
				> 
				> >Out of curiosity, is anyone here running
the client
		on one of the new
				> 
				> >K6-2
				> >380's or 400's? If so, could you post
what kind of
		keyrate you're 
				> >getting?
				> >The reason I'm asking is that I'm
considering getting
		one of AMD's 
				> >new
				> >chips, and I just wanted to see how they
fared
		against my lowly 
				> >p166...
				> 
				> My 300 mhz k6-2 gets about 490kk/s
				> overclocking to 333 gets about 550kk/s
				> pII 266 gets about 750kk/s
				> pII 450 gets about 1.24Mk/s
				> If you can afford it I'd definately
suggestion the
		Pentium II to the
				> AMD
				> K6-2.
				> If you can't afford it and just want rc5
speed get a
		Celeron.
				> 
				> Jadin Hanson
				>
	
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