[RC5] Three new cores - binary version

Slawek sgp at telsatgp.com.pl
Fri Sep 19 09:54:35 EDT 2003


Patrik Martinson wrote:

> This is a PIV 1.5Ghz.
> 
> [Sep 19 01:27:25 UTC] RC5-72: using core #6 (DG 3-pipe).
> [Sep 19 01:27:44 UTC] RC5-72: Benchmark for core #6 (DG 3-pipe)
>                       0.00:00:17.11 [2,141,227 keys/sec]
> 
> [Sep 19 01:28:23 UTC] RC5-72: using core #9 (SGP 3-pipe).
> [Sep 19 01:28:43 UTC] RC5-72: Benchmark for core #9 (SGP 3-pipe)
>                       0.00:00:16.67 [2,453,923 keys/sec]
> 
> [Sep 19 01:29:02 UTC] RC5-72: using core #11 (MA 4-pipe).
> [Sep 19 01:29:22 UTC] RC5-72: Benchmark for core #11 (MA 4-pipe)
>                       0.00:00:16.97 [2,620,523 keys/sec]
> 
> Nice work everyone. Thank you!
> Looks like you have some competition already, Slawek.  ;)

Yes! And this is superb :)


I must say I thought about using SEE2 in completly another way than Matt.
We'll see ;)

But seriously. It looks like my core was overoptimised for one Pentium 4
type and doesn't work as expected on the others (loses about 5%).
I'll look at it as soon as I can get such processor here. Maybe my
notebook.... later.


Please include processor's identification tags with your reports.
Or at least mark if your Northwood processors support HT or don't
(it's another processor core).



-- 
Slawek Piotrowski




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