[RC5] is this right?

blitz blitz at macronet.net
Sun Dec 29 05:30:47 EST 2002


To update, I restarted both instances, and one selected #4 as well....even 
more coonfuuzed.....duh again...

At 09:16 12/29/02 +0100, you wrote:
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>| Ive got a linux box here that runs rc72, in two separate
>| instances/directories. Its a PII-350
>| I start the first instance of RC72, and it does the bench check and
>| selects core #7 DG 3-pipe alt.
>| When the second instance starts, it chooses Core #3 SES 1-pipe
>|
>| Is this weird, a bug, or normal? Whats the difference in cores?
>| I'd imagine the 3-pipe is faster, but I see absolutely no difference in
>| speed of calcs.
>
>Well, if the speed is the same, there's no problem. But I wonder why my
>PII-450 running on Win2000 is fastest using core #4... can anyone
>explain this?
>
>| Duh!
>|
>| Marc
>
>cheers,
>
>Bjoern Martin
>
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